About PCU

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About PCU

The GOS-UNDP-GEF Coordination Unit of Seychelles (PCU) – a dynamic local management system for the GEF and UNDP national projects

To ensure a more effective monitoring of the GEF-funded portfolio of projects in Seychelles, the Government found it necessary to have a strong project coordination mechanism which led to the establishment of the Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) in 2008 with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The PCU oversees, supports, and coordinates all the different UNDP/GEF environmental projects and ensures an independent and effective facilitation between the different stakeholders (Government, private sector and civil society). It closely follows and coordinates with other (GEF and non-GEF) Environmental Projects in Seychelles and in the region, efficiently utilising its resources to achieve environmental sustainability and assists in the development of new UNDP/GEF projects for Seychelles.

More recently, the PCU has broadened responsibilities to also take responsibility for implementation and coordination of other donor-funded projects, such as Adaptation Fund, and is working to establish links with other donors, including Green Climate Fund, and donor accredited agencies, such as UNEP and World Bank.

More recently, the PCU has broadened responsibilities to also take responsibility for implementation and coordination of other donor-funded projects, such as Adaptation Fund, and is working to establish links with other donors, including Green Climate Fund, and donor accredited agencies, such as UNEP and World Bank.

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Meet the team

The PCU is managed by a local team with support from some local and international technical experts. As of July 2019, the PCU team comprised of the following:

National Programme Coordinator

Programme Assistant

Project Manager - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

Scientific Technical Advisor - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

Engineer Hydrologist - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

Community Engagement Specialist - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

Community Engagement Specialist Assistant - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

Project Manager - Ridge to Reef Project

Project Manager - Protected Areas Finance project

Forestry Assistant - Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change

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