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Bhutan - Environmental Conservation Trust Fund Project (Inglês)

This is the Implementation Completion Report for the Trust Fund for Environmental Conservation Grant in Bhutan. The overall outcome of the project is rated highly satisfactory; the performance of the World Bank is rated satisfactory and the performance of the Royal Government of Bhutan (RGOB) was rated satisfactory. Lessons learned from this project are as follows: (i) Legal framework - It is essential for trust funds to have a legal framework to institutionalize collaboration between donors and recipients, make decision making and implementation transparent, and make management accountable. (ii) Benchmarks - Concrete conservation program benchmarks during the first five years served as useful incentives, as clear indicators of achievement, and as mechanisms to mobilize donor support additional to that which was initially provided by the trust fund. It would have been helpful if the benchmarks addressed not only conservation program achievements, but also institutional development of the trust fund entity itself. (iii) Start-up Funding - World Wildlife Fund. U.S. (WWF-US) provided valuable support during the start-up of the benchmark activities, separate from the uncertain investment income. During the initial period of trust fund establishment, it is essential to have reliable funding that does not depend upon investment income. (iv) Donor Support - RGOB's strong reputation for integrity in governance, its demonstrated commitment to conservation, and the small size of the country (with associated support from interested European countries) all contributed to willingness of donors to make relatively large contributions. These conditions may limit the likelihood of replicating comparable levels of support for trust funds in many other countries.


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    Bhutan - Environmental Conservation Trust Fund Project

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