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Results for survey IWC5 SC Inception Telecon Survey

by Christian Ledermann last modified Sep 23, 2010 03:08 PM

Totals for • The overwhelming majority of IWC4 participants see the GEF IWC as a valuable forum for networking and sharing lessons and experiences with peers, and for intra-portfolio learning on successful innovations and key management areas. :

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for • Recommendations for building on the new participative learning format to improve future IWCs include: more guidance and tutoring for presenters, striking proper balance in getting broad participation and strong technical content and depth.:

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for Future conferences should be multilingual. :

Yes No
3 6
33% 66%
  • Yes (3) 33%
  • No (6) 66%

Totals for Participant-driven workshops were felt to be extremely useful but too short:

Yes No
4 4
50% 50%
  • Yes (4) 50%
  • No (4) 50%

Totals for Some questioned the need for a plenary exercise summarizing what was learned over the course of the IWC and would have preferred a shorter closing session:

Yes No
5 4
55% 44%
  • Yes (5) 55%
  • No (4) 44%

Totals for It was felt to be important to describe in the orientation materials not only the format for each session but also the objectives and contribution to the overall expected outcome of the conference, thereby providing participants more of a sense of how t:

Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for Climate adaptation should be raised to at least the same level of importance as mitigation:

Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for Participants encouraged a session devoted just to project managers to work on management and reporting issues at future conferences.:

Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for What learning modules from IWC4 should be continued:

Please see http://www.iwlearn.net/abt_iwlearn/pns/dialog/resolveuid/ee3ea60639a74bef30dd7ebb54d98d13 for guidance on these session types
 

Totals for Conversation Tables:

Yes No
6 3
66% 33%
  • Yes (6) 66%
  • No (3) 33%

Totals for Project Clinics (peer-to-peer assist):

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for Innovation Marketplace:

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for Reflection Videos:

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for GEF Policy Talk:

Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for Focused Learning Discussions (Science and Technical, or perhaps regional in IWC5):

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for Participant-led Workshops:

Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for Do you endorse the additon of the following modules? (inter alia!):

 

Totals for Special track for IW project managers :

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%

Totals for Special roles for new learning MSP’s/Special GEF Projects (Science, Governance, Transboundary Assessment, Nutrient Reduction, Africa Governance, Wastewater Training) and perhaps also FSP’s (Coastal Tourism, Coral Reef, Environmental Credit, Global Ocean) :

FSP's include: Coastal Tourism, Coral Reef, Environmental Credit, Global Ocean, Groundwater Governance
Yes No
8 1
88% 11%
  • Yes (8) 88%
  • No (1) 11%

Totals for Regional sessions each day (identify achievements and future challenges (gap analysis)):

Yes No
2 7
22% 77%
  • Yes (2) 22%
  • No (7) 77%

Totals for Identifications of future challenges for GEF5:

Yes No
9 0
100% 0%
  • Yes (9) 100%
  • No (0) 0%
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