Annual Reports

PUBLISHEDNovember 5 2003
ESMAP Annual Report 2003
  • Celebrated 20th anniversary as a joint World Bank-UNDP program.
  • 124 ongoing projects in more than 40 countries, up from 89 five years ago in 1998.
  • 43 new projects launched with a cumulative budget of US$6.5 million, up from 29 new projects with a cumulative budget US$5.6 million in 2002.
  • US$30.3 million in total funding of projects.
  • Launched three Calls for Proposals.
  • Average of 38 proposals received in last three Call of Proposals, up from average of 13 in the previous three Calls.
  • More than 250 organizations signed on to Global Village Energy Partnership’s Statement of Principles.
  • Donors’ contribution to the Program totaling US$ 7.2 million.
  • Cycle time for proposal approvals and funding allocations maintained at ten weeks from the announcement of the Call.
  • More than 30 reports published on ESMAP-funded activities.
  • Delivery of nearly 20 workshops, brown bag lunches and conferences around the globe as part of ESMAP’s knowledge dissemination strategy.

World Bank. 2004. ESMAP Annual Report 2003. Washington, DC: World Bank.

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