GCF: Sixteenth Meeting of the Board: Videos

 

 

1.

Opening of the meeting

 

2.

Adoption of the agenda and organization of work

   

3.

Adoption of the report of the fifteenth meeting of the Board

 

4.

Decisions proposed and approved between the fifteenth and sixteenth meetings of the Board

   

5.

Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs, including the outcomes of the Co-Chairs’ consultations

 

6.

Report on the activities of the Secretariat

 

7.

Reports from committees, panels and groups

     

8.

Implementation of the initial strategic plan for the GCF
part 1 part 2

   

9.

Work programme of the Secretariat for 2017

   

10.

Matters related to guidance from the Conference of the Parties

 

10.a

Update on progress in addressing guidance from the Conference of the Parties

 

10.b

Facilitating an increase in proposals from direct access entities

 

11.

Readiness and preparatory support

 

11.a

Progress report on the Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme

 

11.b

Terms of reference for the independent evaluation of the Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme

 

11.c

Country ownership guidelines

 

12.

Status of the GCF portfolio: Pipeline and approved projects

 

13.

Policy matters related to the approval of funding proposals

 

13.a

Status of the fulfilment of conditions on relevant approved projects

 

13.b

Review of the initial proposal approval process

 

13.c

Simplified approval process

 

13.d

Policy matters arising from the consideration of funding proposals at the fifteenth meeting of the Board

 

14.

Approval of funding proposals
part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5

 

15.

Private Sector Facility: Potential approaches to mobilizing funding at scale

 

16.

Status of the staffing of the Secretariat

 

17.

Status of resources of the Initial Resource Mobilisation period

 

18.

Competitive process for the selection of the Permanent Trustee
part 1 part 2

 

19.

Policies on the formal replenishment process

 

20.

Update on the GCF risk management framework

 

21.

Matters related to accreditation

 

21.a

Status of accreditation matters

 

21.b

Update on matters related to accreditation framework and policy

 

21.c

Accreditation master agreements

 

21.d

Fiduciary compliance policies

 

21.e

Performance review of the members of the Accreditation Panel

 

22.

Performance criteria and measurement procedures for Board-appointed officials

 

23.

Interim work plan and interim budget of the Independent Evaluation Unit

 

24.

Updated terms of reference for the Independent Redress Mechanism

   

25.

Administrative matters 

 

25.a

Report on the execution of the administrative budget of the GCF as at 31 December 2016 and the 2016 unaudited financial statement of the GCF 

 

25.b

Adjusted administrative budget for 2017

 

25.c

Updates on the revised administrative guidelines 

 

26.

Dates and venues of the following meetings of the Board

 

27.

Other matters

 

28.

Report of the meeting 

 

29.

Close of the meeting 

 

 

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