Neeraj Negi, evaluation officer for the World Bank, was a member of an evaluation team that studied macrodevelopment issues that contributed to the adoption of the new resource allocation framework by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF).
Established in 1991, the GEF helps developing countries fund projects and programs that protect the global environment. It is comprised of 178 members and has made grants totaling $8 billion.
This lecture is part of the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) 2008-09 Colloquium Series. CIPA offers a two-year program of graduate professional study leading to a master of public administration (M.P.A.) degree.