Knowledge Resources & Services
The regional and country teams of the Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI) in close cooperation with governments, research institutions, international experts and other stakeholders generate country-specific original assessments, studies, methodologies, reports, policy briefs, guidelines, communication materials and more to inform and facilitate the poverty-environment mainstreaming process.
Based on the PEI experiences at country level, the Poverty-Environment Facility (PEF) develops and collects knowledge materials including reviews, methodologies, tools, and examples from countries. It documents lessons learned and good-practices. Generic PEI guidance materials are available in form of Handbooks, Primers, Fact Sheets, Guidance Notes and country success stories. These knowledge materials are provided in return to support those engaged in country-level environmental mainstreaming.
This process is carried out in partnership with UNDP and UN Environment thematic/technical units, and with external partners including members of the Poverty-Environment Partnership (PEP).
To access knowledge materials, please click on the relevant subject or section of the diagramme below.
- External Mid-Term Review 2011, Annexes, Botswana, Bhutan, Laos, Malawi, Tajikistan, Uruguay
- Evaluation of the Contribution of UNDP to Environmental Management for Poverty Reduction: The Poverty and Environment Nexus, 2010
- Evaluation: PEI Pilot Programme 2004-2008
- Evaluation of Pilot Ecosystem Assessments in Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda, 2008