Programme Performance Reports

UNEP 2012-2013 Biennium

This Programme Performance Report (PPR) covers the first 12 months of the 2012-2013 Programme of Work and outlines how today a large portion of UNEP's project portfolio has been aligned with Expected Accomplishments.

UNEP 2010-2011 Biennium

The performance of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) over the first twelve months of the biennium 2010-2011 is captured in this report. The report summarizes UNEP's progress towards the results planned in the UNEP Medium-Term Strategy (2010-2013) and the Programme of Work for the biennium 2010-2011. This period of performance monitoring (January-December 2010) continued to be a phase of transformational change for UNEP as the organization began implementing a results-based Medium-Term Strategy and Programme of Work. UNEP's programme performance monitoring is a key step in this transformational change within the organization. It enables progress to be monitored against the results planned for the biennium. It also enables management to know where corrective action is necessary and who is accountable for taking action.

UNEP 2008-2009 Biennium

1st Quarter Report

Part I of the report is on the Implementation of Decisions of the Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum for the period January - June 2008. Part II provides information on the subprogramme progress in the implementation of the programme of work, as well as related financial performance. The report shows the progress in Bali Strategic Plan implementation by summarizing the capacity-building and technology support outputs of each subprogramme and indicating detailed interventions in the regions.

2nd Quarter Reports

3rd Quarter Reports

4th Quarter Reports

UNEP 2006-2007 Biennium

The report is UNEPs self-assessment of the results achieved when measured against the biennial programmatic goals. It provides highlights of output implementation and information on challenges and lessons learnt while implementing the biennial work programme. The report attest to increased programmatic performance and decreased amount of deviations from programmed commitments over two previous biennia

4th Quarter Reports

3rd Quarter Report

UNEP 2004-2005 Biennium

3rd Quarter Report