Operational Strategy (OS)

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Operational Strategy (OS)

Official WHO Definition

Other Definitions

The GEF’s Operational Strategy (GEFDOC # ) is a basic guide to GEF actions. It is designed to ensure that the Facility’s resources are used cost effectively to maximize global environmental benefits. It provides a view of GEF’s long-term direction, a framework for allocating resources, integrated guidance to the conventions and a statement of operational funding objectives and monitoring and evaluation activities. It is intended to provide

a framework for programmatic cohesiveness and integration among the many entities participate in the GEF -- the implementing Agencies, STAP, the GEF Secretariat, and the relevant international conventions. (Operational Strategy)

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Interpretations and Explanations

References

Strategy (OS) WHO-Lexicon page (translations and examples)

See also

Operational Strategy (OS)

External Resources

http://www.gefweb.org/Operational_Policies/Operational_Strategy/operational_strategy.html

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