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Status   Agency   Project Title   Multi-Year/Multi-     Region   Country   Sector   Mtg   Type   Num   A/N   O/T   IRD   Chemical   Consumption Consumption Production   Production     Date         First      Date of    Planned Date      Date        Date of    Approved   Adjustment    Approved       Funds      Per Cent of   Balance    Funds
                                  Year Partial Phase-                                                                                ODP to be     ODP       ODP to be ODP Phased     Approved   Disbursment   Compl per   of Completion   Completed    Financial   Funding       (US$)     Funding plus   Disbursed     Funds        (US$)    Obligated
                                  out/One-off Phase-                                                                                Phased Out Phased Out Phased Out        Out                      Date       Proposal                    (Actual)   Completion     (US$)                 Adjustments      (US$)      Disbursed               (US$)
                                  Out/Individual/RM                                                                                 per Proposal            per Proposal                                                                                                                       (US$)
                                       P/RMP
                                   Update/RMP for
                                   Non-LVC/Halon
                                       Banking




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   Estimated       Support    Support      Support      Support      Support     Remarks   Remarks (continued)     Year of      22nd Mtg      28th Mtg     31st Mtg       34th Mtg      37th Mtg     40th Mtg    43rd Mtg      46th Mtg     49th Mtg    52nd Mtg      55th Mtg     58th Mtg     61st Mtg    Year of       Business    Multi-Year  Multi-Year Multi-Year
Disbursement in     Cost        Cost         Cost     Cost Balance     Cost                                      Contribution    Planned      Planned      Planned     Planned Date     Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned      Planned   Business Plan     Plan       Current     Current     Current
 Current Year     Approved   Adjustment   Disbursed      (US$)       Obligated                                                   Date of       Date of      Date of    of Completion     Date of      Date of     Date of       Date of      Date of     Date of       Date of      Date of      Date of                 Allocation   Tranche -   Tranche -   Tranche -
     (US$)          (US$)       (US$)       (US$)                     (US$)                                                     Completion   Completion   Completion                   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion   Completion               (Investment/ Consumption   Actual     Production
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Investment) Performance     (ODP     Target (Odp
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Target (ODP   Tonnes)     Tonnes)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tonnes)




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  Agency            Country             Sector Plan/National ODS Phase-Out             Date           Date         Planned           Funds
                                                        Plan                         Approved       Completed      Date of        Committed by
                                                                                                                  Completion      ExCom (US$)




Germany    Afghanistan                HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                 Apr-11                          Dec 20            280,276
UNEP       Afghanistan                HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                 Apr-11                                            398,825
Germany    Afghanistan                ODS phase out plan                                  Nov-05          Dec-09                            760,806
UNEP       Afghanistan                ODS Phase-Out                                       Nov-05          Dec-10                            305,000
UNIDO      Albania                    National ozone depleting substances phase-out plan Apr-03                           Apr-11            535,000
UNEP       Albania                    ODS Phase-Out Plan                                  Apr-03           Jul-06                           118,125
UNIDO      Algeria                    National phase-out plan                             Nov-07                         May-11             921,500
UNIDO      Algeria                                                                         Jul-02        Nov-07                           1,424,647
                                      Refrigerant management plan to phase out the use of ODS in the refrigeration and air-conditioning sector
IBRD       Antigua Barbuda            CFC phase-out management plan                       Dec-04                          Dec-11             97,300
IBRD       Argentina                  CFC production closure plan                         Nov-02          Dec-09                         10,600,000
UNDP       Argentina                                                                      Mar-02          Jun-09
                                      Methyl bromide phase-out in tobacco and non-protected vegetable seedbeds                            3,588,000
IBRD       Argentina                  National CFC phase-out plan                         Nov-05                          Dec-11            500,000
UNIDO      Argentina                  National CFC phase-out plan                         Apr-04                          Dec-11          6,860,850
UNDP       Armenia                    HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                      Dec-10                          Dec-15            594,353
UNEP       Armenia                    HCFC phase out plan                                 Dec-10                          Dec-11             39,000
IBRD       Bahamas                    Terminal CFC Phaseout Plan for The Bahamas          Dec-01          Jan-09                            560,000
UNEP       Bahrain                    CFC Phase-Out Plan                                  Nov-06                          Apr-12            330,000
UNDP       Bahrain                    Terminal phase-out management plan                  Nov-06                         Nov-11             312,500
UNDP       Bangladesh                 National ODS phase-out plan                         Apr-04                          Sep-11          1,025,000
UNEP       Bangladesh                 ODS Phase-out Plan                                  Apr-04                          Jun-11            330,000
UNEP       Belize                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-07          Dec-10                            101,000
UNDP       Belize                     HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                      Dec-10                  Dec-20                     66,500
UNEP       Belize                     HCFC phase out plan                                 Dec-10                          Dec-15            213,500
UNDP       Belize                                                                         Nov-07          refrigeration and air-conditioning194,000
                                      Terminal phase-out management plan for the phase-out ofODS in theAug-10                                sector
UNEP       Benin                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Jul-08        Nov-10                             150,000
UNEP       Benin                      HCFC Phase Out Plan                                 Apr-11                                            370,000
UNIDO      Benin                      HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)            Apr-11                          Dec-20            260,000
UNIDO      Benin                      Terminal phase-out management plan                   Jul-08                        May-11             175,000
UNDP       Bhutan                     HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                      Apr-11                          Dec-27            188,000
UNEP       Bhutan                     HCFC Phase Out Plan                                 Apr-11                                            282,000
Canada     Bolivia                    ODS Phase Out Plan                                  Mar-07                          Sep-11            167,000
UNDP       Bolivia                    Terminal phase-out management plan                  Mar-07                          Dec-11            373,000
UNIDO      Bosnia and Herzegovina     National ODS phase-out plan                         Dec-03                          Dec-11            864,160
Germany    Botswana                   CFC phase out plan                                  Apr-09                          Jun-11            205,000
Germany    Brazil                     CFC phase out plan                                   Jul-02                         Apr-11          3,883,600
UNDP       Brazil                     National CFC phase-out plan                          Jul-02                         Jan-12         22,816,400
Canada     Burkina Faso               CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-06          Dec-10                            165,000
UNEP       Burkina Faso               CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-06         Mar-09                             180,000
UNEP       Burkina Faso               HCFC phase out plan                                 Dec-10                          Dec-13            546,168
UNIDO      Burkina Faso               HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)            Dec-10                          Dec-20            249,900
UNEP       Burundi                    CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Jul-08                         Dec-11            115,000
UNIDO      Burundi                    Terminal phase-out management plan                   Jul-08                         Dec-11            129,000
UNEP       Cambodia                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-07         Mar-10                             170,000
UNDP       Cambodia                   HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Jul-10                         Dec-20            650,000
UNEP       Cambodia                   HCFC phase out plan                                  Jul-10                         Dec-19            950,000
UNDP       Cambodia                   Terminal Management Phaseout Plan                   Nov-07         Mar-11                             280,000
UNIDO      Cameroon                   Terminal CFC/TCA phase-out management plan          Nov-06                           Jul-11           800,000
UNEP       Cape Verde                 CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-08                         Nov-11             100,000
France     Central African Republic   CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Jul-08                         Dec-11            100,000
UNEP       Central African Republic   CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Jul-08                         Dec-11            105,000
UNEP       Chad                       CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-07         Mar-10                             171,000
UNEP       Chad                       HCFC phase out plan                                 Dec-10                          Dec-13            370,000
UNIDO      Chad                       HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)            Dec-10                          Dec-20            260,000
UNDP       Chad                       Terminal phase-out management plan                  Nov-07          Dec-10                            174,000
Canada    Chile                CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-08                           Jul-12        437,500
UNDP      Chile                HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Apr-11                            Jan-17       1,497,966
UNEP      Chile                HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           288,489
UNEP      Chile                Methyl Bromide                                       Apr-10                            Apr-14          73,000
UNIDO     Chile                                                                     Apr-10
                               National phase-out of methyl bromide - terminal project                               Dec-13        1,657,917
IBRD      Chile                                                                     Apr-05
                               Phase-out of all the remaining uses of methyl bromide in soil application pest control NA           2,547,156
IBRD      China                CFC Production Sector                                Mar-99           Dec-10                      150,000,000
USA       China                CFCs/CTC/Halon Accelerated Phase-Out Plan            Dec-04            Jan-09                      10,000,000
IBRD      China                CTC/PA Sector Phase I                                Nov-02                           Dec-11       65,000,000
IBRD      China                CTC/PA Sector Phase II                               Nov-05             Jul-10                     46,500,000
Italy     China                Domestic Refrigeration                               Nov-02           Oct-05               n/a      1,788,991
IBRD      China                Foam Sector                                          Dec-01           Dec-10                       53,846,000
IBRD      China                Halon Sector                                         Nov-97                           Dec-11       62,000,000
Italy     China                Methyl bromide                                         Jul-05         Dec-09                        4,000,000
UNIDO     China                National phase-out of methyl bromide                 Dec-03                           Dec-15       10,789,342
UNDP      China                ODS phaseout in China solvent sector                 Mar-00                           Nov-11       52,000,000
Japan     China                Refrigeration Servicing                              Dec-04                           Dec-07        4,000,000
UNIDO     China                Refrigeration servicing sector CFC phase-out plan Dec-04                              Dec-11        3,435,000
UNIDO     China                                                                     Nov-02            refrigeration compressors
                               Sector plan CFC final phase-out: domestic refrigeration and domesticDec-09                          5,571,539
UNIDO     China                Sector plan for methyl bromide production sector     Nov-05                           Dec-15        9,790,000
IBRD      China                TCA Sector                                             Jul-04         Nov-10                        2,100,000
UNIDO     China                Tobacco Sector Plan                                  Dec-00           Dec-07                       11,000,000
UNEP      China                CFCs Phase-Out (Refrigeration Servicing)             Apr-05           Dec-10                          450,000
UNDP      Colombia             HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Dec-10                           Dec-15        6,721,483
UNEP      Colombia             HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                           Dec-12          100,000
UNDP      Colombia                                                                   substances: first implementationJul-11
                               National phase out plan for Annex A (Group I and II) Dec-03                              programme 4,500,000
UNEP      Comoros              CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-07                         Mar-11          130,000
UNDP      Comoros              Terminal phase-out management plan                     Jul-07         Dec-10                           75,000
UNEP      Congo                CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08                           Mar-11          110,000
UNEP      Congo                HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           175,000
UNIDO     Congo                HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Apr-11                           Dec-20          175,000
UNIDO     Congo                Terminal phase-out management plan                   Apr-08                            Apr-11          95,000
UNEP      Congo, DR            CFC Phase-Out Plan                                     Jul-06                         Dec-11          287,500
UNDP      Congo, DR            HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Apr-11                           Dec-17          240,000
UNEP      Congo, DR            HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           235,000
UNDP      Congo, DR            National CFC phase-out plan                            Jul-06                           Jul-11        337,500
UNEP      Cook Islands         HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                            99,000
UNDP      Costa Rica                                                                  Jul-07
                               Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group Isubstances                        Jul-11        565,000
UNDP      Costa Rica                                                                Dec-01                           tobacco       4,845,283
                               Total methyl bromide phase-out used as a fumigant in melons, cut flowers, bananas, Nov-13 seedbeds and nurseries, excluding Q
UNEP      Cote D'Ivoire        CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08                             Jul-11        282,000
UNIDO     Cote D'Ivoire        Terminal phase-out management plan                   Apr-08                            Jun-11         283,000
Sweden    Croatia              CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-03            Jun-06           Jul-06         92,200
Italy     Croatia              HCFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-10                          Apr-12         210,000
UNIDO     Croatia              HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)               Jul-10                         Dec-16          871,150
UNIDO     Croatia              Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs          Apr-03           Dec-08                          287,500
UNDP      Cuba                 National ODS Phase out Plan                          Apr-05                            Jan-12       1,559,228
Canada    Cuba                 ODS Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-04                          Jun-11         462,000
France    Cuba                 ODS Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-04                                          80,319
Germany   Cuba                 ODS Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-04                                          43,453
UNEP      Djibouti             CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-07                           Nov-11          138,000
UNDP      Djibouti             Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-07           Dec-09                          147,000
UNEP      Dominica             CFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Apr-06                           Dec-11          114,000
UNEP      Dominica             HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                           Dec-14          164,500
UNDP      Dominica             Terminal CFC phase-out management plan               Apr-06                            Jan-12         103,000
UNDP      Dominican Republic   CFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Apr-05                            Jan-12       1,711,600
UNEP      Ecuador              CFC Phase-Out Plan                                     Jul-10                         Dec-11          193,155
IBRD      Ecuador              National CFC phase-out plan                     Dec-03         Sep-09                            1,216,645
UNIDO     Ecuador              National CFC phase-out plan                      Jul-10                           Jul-11           280,000
UNIDO     Egypt                National CFC phase-out plan                      Jul-05                          Apr-11          3,100,000
UNEP      El Salvador          CFC Phase Out Plan                              Nov-07                           Dec-11             50,000
UNDP      El Salvador                                                          Nov-07
                               Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group Isubstances                 Jan-12            515,000
UNEP      Equatorial Guinea    CFC Phase Out Plan                              Apr-09                           Dec-11            180,000
UNEP          Eritrea                      CFC Phase Out Plan                              Apr-08                               Mar-11            170,000
UNIDO         Eritrea                      Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs     Apr-08                                Jul-11           175,000
UNEP          Gabon                        CFC Phase Out Plan                               Jul-07                              Mar-11            115,000
UNEP          Gabon                        HCFC phase out plan                             Dec-10                               Dec-13            290,100
UNIDO         Gabon                        HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)        Dec-10                               Dec-20            249,900
UNDP          Gabon                        Terminal phase-out management plan               Jul-07         Dec-09                                  90,000
UNEP          Gambia                       CFC Phase Out Plan                              Nov-07                               Mar-11            165,000
UNDP          Gambia                       Terminal phase-out management plan              Nov-07          Dec-10                                 130,000
UNDP          Georgia                      HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                  Apr-11 N/A                           Dec-20            500,900
UNDP          Georgia                      Terminal phase-out management plan              Nov-06          Dec-09                                 325,000
UNDP          Ghana                        HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                   Jul-10                              Dec-20          1,031,311
Italy         Ghana                        HCFC Phase Out Plan                              Jul-10                                                325,000
UNDP          Ghana                        Terminal phase-out management plan              Nov-06         Nov-09                                  344,894
UNEP          Grenada                      CFC Phase-Out Plan                               Jul-06                              Dec-11            130,000
UNEP          Grenada                      HCFC phase out plan                             Dec-10                               Dec-13            210,000
UNDP          Grenada                      Terminal CFC phase-out management plan           Jul-06                              Nov-11            120,000
UNEP          Guatemala                    CFC Phase Out Plan                              Nov-08                               Dec-11             65,000
UNEP          Guatemala                    Methyl Bromide                                  Nov-09                               Nov-13             70,000
UNIDO         Guatemala                    National phase-out of methyl bromide (phase II) Nov-09                               Dec-13          2,243,047
UNDP          Guatemala                                                                    Nov-08
                                           Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I substances                    Nov-11            249,000
UNEP          Guinea                       CFC Phase Out Plan                               Jul-08                              Apr-11            132,000
UNIDO         Guinea                       Terminal phase-out management plan               Jul-08                              Jun-11            200,000
UNEP          Guinea-Bissau                CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Nov-08                        Dec-11            100,000
UNEP          Guyana                       CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Nov-07                        Dec-11            130,000
UNDP          Guyana                       HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                          Apr-11                        Jan-17            48,000
UNEP          Guyana                       HCFC Phase Out Plan                                     Apr-11                                          18,000
UNDP          Guyana                                                                              Nov-07                        Nov-11             sector
                                           Terminal phase-out management plan for the phase-out ofODS in the refrigeration and air-conditioning215,000
UNEP          Haiti                        CFC Phase Out Plan                                       Jul-09                      Jun-12            190,000
UNDP          Haiti                        TPMP for Annex A Group I                                 Jul-09                       Jul-12           150,000
UNEP          Honduras                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                       Jul-08                      Dec-11            198,000
UNEP          Honduras                     HCFC Phase Out Plan                                     Apr-11                                         250,000
UNIDO         Honduras                     HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)                Apr-11                       Dec-20            380,000
UNIDO         Honduras                     National methyl bromide phase-out plan, phase II Nov-06                              Dec-13          1,806,301
UNIDO         Honduras                     Terminal phase-out management plan                       Jul-08       Dec-10                           338,500
IBRD          India                                                          4/1/2008
                                           Accelerated CFC Production Phase-out             (in principle)                      Dec-11          3,170,000
Germany       India                        CFC Phase Out Plan - Refrigeration Servicing            Apr-04        Dec-09                         2,415,260
Switzerland   India                        CFC Phase Out Plan - Refrigeration Servicing            Apr-04        Mar-09                         1,600,600
IBRD          India                        CFC production sector gradual phase-out project        Nov-99                        Dec-11        82,000,000
UNEP          India                        CFCs Phase-Out (Refrigeration Servicing)                Apr-04                       Mar-11            800,000
France        India                        CTC Phase Out Plan                                      Apr-04        Dec-09                         3,000,000
Germany       India                        CTC Phase Out Plan                                      Apr-04        Dec-10                         2,000,000
Japan         India                        CTC Phase Out Plan                                      Apr-04                       Nov-06          5,000,000
UNIDO         India                        CTC phase-out for the consumption and production sectorsApr-05                        Jul-11         3,899,046
IBRD          India                                                                                 Jul-03
                                           CTC phase-out plan for the consumption and production sectors                        Dec-12        38,100,954
UNDP          India                                                                               Nov-02
                                           Plan for phase out of CFCs in the refrigeration manufacturing sector Dec-06                          2,935,986
UNDP          India                                                                                Apr-04        Aug-10
                                           Plan for phase out of CFCs in the refrigeration servicing sector - UNDP Component                    1,522,260
UNIDO         India                                                                               Nov-02
                                           Plan for phase-out of CFCs in the refrigeration manufacturing sector Mar-07                            673,200
UNDP          India                                                                                 foam
                                           Sectoral phase-out plan for elimination of CFCs in the Jul-02sector Dec-06                           5,424,577
IBRD          Indonesia                                                                            Dec-04          Policies                       371,910
                                           National strategy for phasing out the use of CFC in the aerosol sector:Jun-10 and actions, technical assistance, and enterprise i
UNDP          Indonesia                                                                            Dec-04         Jun-06                          224,000
                                           National strategy for phasing out the use of CFC in the aerosol: conversion from CFC to hydrocarbon aerosol propellants at P.T
IBRD          Indonesia                    Phase-out of residual CFCs in the foam sector           Apr-04         Jun-10                        2,957,564
IBRD          Indonesia                                                                           Nov-02
                                           Refrigeration sector phase-out plan: MAC servicing sector             Mar-10                         4,317,000
UNDP          Indonesia                                                                           Nov-02
                                           Refrigeration sector phase-out plan: refrigeration servicing                          Jan-11         4,912,300
UNDP          Indonesia                                                                             Jul-02       Aug-10
                                           Sector phase-out plan for elimination of CFCs in the refrigeration (manufacturing) sector            6,398,000
UNIDO         Indonesia                    Solvent                                                 Dec-04         Oct-08                        1,464,733
Germany       Iran (Islamic Republic of)   CFC Phase Out Plan - Foam, MAC Training, Management     Dec-03                       Apr-11          5,289,620
France        Iran (Islamic Republic of)   CFC Phase Out Plan - MAC R&R                            Dec-03         Jun-10                        1,506,620
UNEP          Iran (Islamic Republic of)   CFCs Phase-Out                                          Dec-03        Dec-10                           140,253
UNDP          Iran (Islamic Republic of)   HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                          Apr-11                       Dec-17          4,565,746
UNEP          Iran (Islamic Republic of)   HCFC Phase Out Plan                                     Apr-11                                         262,000
UNIDO         Iran (Islamic Republic of)   HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)                Apr-11                       Dec-15          2,679,827
Germany       Iran (Islamic Republic of)   HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                     Apr-11                       Dec 15          2,885,815
UNDP      Iran (Islamic Republic of)   National CFC Phase-out Plan                           Apr-04          Dec-07                          770,000
UNIDO     Iran (Islamic Republic of)   National CFC phase-out plan                           Dec-03          Apr-08                        3,310,758
UNEP      Iraq                         CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-09                          Jul-12       1,641,000
UNIDO     Iraq                         National phase-out plan                                Jul-09                         Dec-11        4,656,530
France    Kenya                        CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Dec-04                          Dec-11          725,000
Germany   Kenya                        Methyl Bromide                                        Apr-03           Jan-10                         574,492
UNIDO     Kenya                        Methyl Bromide                                        Nov-07          Dec-09                          510,659
UNDP      Kenya                        Methyl Bromide Cut Flowers                            Nov-02          Dec-09                          510,660
UNEP      Kiribati                     HCFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-11                                          109,000
UNIDO     Korea, DPR                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-05          Dec-10                          536,000
UNIDO     Korea, DPR                   Closure of ODS production plant                       Mar-02          Dec-06                        2,566,800
UNEP      Korea, DPR                   ODS Phase-Out                                         Nov-05                          Apr-11          528,000
UNIDO     Korea, DPR                   Plan for terminal phase-out of CTC                    Dec-03          Dec-10                        5,684,844
UNIDO     Korea, DPR                                                                          Jul-03         Dec-09                        1,365,011
                                       Sectoral phase-out in domestic refrigeration sector by conversion of refrigeration and compressor manufacture at 5th October El
UNEP      Kuwait                       CFC Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-07                         Dec-11          335,000
UNIDO     Kuwait                                                                              Jul-07
                                       Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I substances     Nov-10                          230,000
UNEP      Kyrgyzstan                   CFC Phase-Out Plan                                    Nov-06                          Apr-11          233,000
UNDP      Kyrgyzstan                   HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                        Apr-11 N/A                      Dec-15           52,800
UNEP      Kyrgyzstan                   HCFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-11                                           35,200
UNDP      Kyrgyzstan                   Terminal CFC phase-out management plan                Nov-06          Dec-10                          317,000
France    Lao, DPR                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Apr-08                          Dec-11          320,000
France    Lao, DPR                     HCFC Phase-out Plan                                   Apr-11                                           33,750
UNEP      Lao, PDR                     HCFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-11                                          176,250
UNDP      Lebanon                      National CFC Phase Out Plan                           Dec-04          Aug-10                        2,091,420
UNIDO     Lebanon                                                                             Jul-01         Dec-09
                                       Phase-out of methyl bromide for soil fumigation in strawberry production                            1,264,450
UNDP      Lebanon                                                                             Jul-01         Dec-09
                                       Sectors phase-out of methyl bromide in vegetable, cut flower and tobacco production                 2,567,300
Germany   Lesotho                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Dec-03          Nov-09                          127,300
UNEP      Liberia                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-07                          Feb-11          213,000
Germany   Liberia                      HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Apr-11                          Dec 20          315,000
UNDP      Liberia                      Terminal phase-out management plan                    Nov-07          Dec-09                          132,000
Spain     Libya                        Methyl Bromide                                        Nov-08                          Dec-11          500,000
UNIDO     Libya                        National phase-out plan                               Dec-03                          Dec-11        2,497,947
UNIDO     Libya                                                                              Nov-05          Dec-10
                                       Phase-out of methyl bromide in horticulture: tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and others.                 743,000
UNIDO     Macedonia, FYR               HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)              Apr-10                          Dec-20        1,030,000
UNIDO     Macedonia, FYR               Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs           Apr-05                           Jul-11         279,081
UNEP      Madagascar                   HCFC phase out plan                                   Dec-10                          Dec-13          300,000
UNIDO     Madagascar                   HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)              Dec-10                          Dec-20          260,000
UNEP      Madagascar                   ODS Phase Out Plan                                     Jul-07                         Mar-11          220,000
UNIDO     Madagascar                   Terminal phase-out management plan                     Jul-07         Dec-09                          125,000
UNEP      Malawi                       CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-07                           Jul-11         172,000
UNEP      Malawi                       HCFC phase out plan                                   Dec-10                          Dec-13          230,000
UNIDO     Malawi                       HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)              Dec-10                          Dec-20          120,000
UNDP      Malawi                                                                             Dec-00          Dec-06                        2,999,824
                                       National programme for the phaseout of all non-essential and non-quarantine and pre-shipment applications of methyl bromide
UNDP      Malawi                       Terminal phase-out management plan                    Nov-07                          Mar-11          173,000
IBRD      Malaysia                     National CFC phaseout plan                            Dec-01          Dec-10                       11,517,005
UNEP      Maldives                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-07           Jul-10                          95,000
UNDP      Maldives                     HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                        Apr-10                          Dec-14          420,000
UNEP      Maldives                     HCFC phase out plan                                   Apr-10                          Dec-19          680,000
UNDP      Maldives                     Terminal Management Phaseout Plan                     Nov-07                          Sep-11           85,000
UNEP      Mali                         CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-07          Dec-10                          198,000
UNDP      Mali                         HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                        Apr-11                          Dec-22          280,000
UNEP      Mali                         HCFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-11                                          280,000
UNDP      Mali                         Terminal phase-out management plan                    Nov-07          Dec-10                          322,000
UNEP      Marshall Islands             HCFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-11                                          113,000
UNEP      Mauritania                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Nov-07                          Sep-11          155,000
UNDP      Mauritania                   Terminal phase-out management plan                    Nov-07          Dec-10                          140,000
Germany   Mauritius                    HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Apr-11                          Dec 25        1,000,000
Germany   Mauritius                    ODS Phase Out Plan                                    Dec-03          Dec-10                          212,030
Canada    Mexico                       Methyl Bromide - Commodities                          Apr-08                              n/a         500,000
UNIDO     Mexico                       Methyl Bromide - Commodities                          Apr-11                                          917,522
Italy     Mexico                       Methyl Bromide - Soil Fumigation                      Apr-08                          Mar-14        1,000,000
Spain     Mexico                       Methyl Bromide - Soil Fumigation                      Apr-10                          Apr-12        1,600,000
UNIDO     Mexico                  National CFC phase-out plan                       Apr-04                         Jul-11        8,294,500
IBRD      Mexico                  National CFC phase-out plan: Chiller Subsector    Apr-05        Feb-06                           500,000
UNIDO     Mexico                  National methyl bromide phase-out plan            Apr-08                        Dec-13         5,204,857
UNIDO     Mexico                                                                     Jul-03
                                  Sector plan for phasing out CFC-11 and CFC-12 production sector Dec-09                        31,850,000
UNEP      Micronesia              HCFC Phase Out Plan                               Apr-11                                         112,000
UNEP      Moldova                 CFC Phase Out Plan                                 Jul-07       Jun-10                           215,000
UNDP      Moldova                 HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                    Apr-11 N/A                    Dec-15            88,000
UNDP      Moldova                 Terminal phase-out management plan                 Jul-07       Dec-10                           305,000
Japan     Mongolia                CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-05                        Dec-10             205,000
UNEP      Mongolia                HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           236,000
Japan     Mongolia                HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                  Apr-11                        Dec-12             130,000
UNIDO     Montenegro              HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Apr-11                        Dec-20             450,000
UNIDO     Montenegro              Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-07                         Jun-11            270,295
Italy     Morocco                 Methyl Bromide - Green Beans and Melon               Nov-08                        Nov-12             310,000
UNIDO     Morocco                                                                       Jul-01
                                  Phase-out of methyl bromide for soil fumigation in tomato production                Apr-11          3,912,949
UNIDO     Morocco                                                                      Nov-08                        Dec-13
                                  Phase-out of methyl bromide used as a soil fumigant in the production of green beans and curcurbits 1,127,594
UNEP      Mozambique              CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-08                        Nov-11             134,000
UNDP      Mozambique              Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-08                        Nov-11             117,500
Germany   Namibia                 CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Dec-03         Dec-10                            252,500
Germany   Namibia                 HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                  Apr-11                         Dec 20            900,000
UNEP      Nauru                   HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                            74,000
UNEP      Nepal                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-07        Mar-10                             70,000
UNDP      Nepal                   Terminal Management Phaseout Plan                     Jul-07                       Dec-11             100,000
UNEP      Nicaragua               CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-08                        Dec-11             200,000
UNDP      Nicaragua                                                                    Nov-08
                                  Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I substances   Nov-10                            320,000
UNEP      Niger                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08         Dec-10                            149,000
UNIDO     Niger                   Terminal phase-out management plan                   Apr-08                         Apr-11            184,000
UNDP      Nigeria                 HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Dec-10                        Dec-16           2,999,750
UNIDO     Nigeria                 HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Dec-10                        Dec-15           1,939,080
UNIDO     Nigeria                 National CFC phase-out plan                          Nov-02         Mar-08                            937,386
UNDP      Nigeria                                                                      Nov-02
                                  National CFC phase-out plan: foam sector and refrigeration servicing sector        Nov-11          12,193,400
UNIDO     Nigeria                                                                       Jul-04
                                  Terminal ODS phase out umbrella project in the solvent sector                       Apr-11          1,575,200
UNEP      Niue                    HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                            73,000
UNIDO     Oman                    Terminal phase-out management plan                    Jul-07                         Jul-11           470,000
UNEP      Pakistan                HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                        Dec-13             440,000
UNIDO     Pakistan                HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Dec-10                        Dec-15           5,008,849
UNIDO     Pakistan                                                                      customs       Sep-08                          1,139,500
                                  Implementation of the RMP (institutional framework,Dec-03 empowerment, training service technicians, recovery and recyclin
UNIDO     Pakistan                Sector phase-out plan of CTC                         Dec-03         Dec-09                          2,745,665
UNEP      Palau                   HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           120,000
UNEP      Panama                  CFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Dec-04                         Jun-11             50,000
UNDP      Panama                  National CFC Phase Out Plan                          Dec-04         Dec-10                            943,152
Germany   Papua New Guinea        CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-03         Dec-10                            700,000
Germany   Papua New Guinea        HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                  Apr-11                         Dec 25          1,250,000
UNEP      Paraguay                CFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Mar-07                        Dec-11             194,000
UNDP      Paraguay                HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Apr-11                         Jan-22            300,000
UNEP      Paraguay                HCFC Phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           330,000
UNDP      Paraguay                                                                     Mar-07
                                  Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I Substances                    Jul-11           371,000
UNEP      Peru                    CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-08                       Dec-11             155,000
UNDP      Peru                    Terminal Phase Out Management Plan                    Jul-08                        Jan-12            367,000
Sweden    Philippines             CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-02                        Dec-11             358,534
IBRD      Philippines             National CFC phase out plan                          Nov-02                        Dec-11          10,216,876
UNEP      Qatar                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-07                        Dec-11             120,000
UNIDO     Qatar                   Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-07                          Jul-11           312,500
UNEP      Region: ASP             HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                           285,000
Sweden    Romania                 CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-05         Dec-10                             36,281
UNIDO     Romania                 National CFC phase-out plan                          Apr-05         Dec-10                            509,019
UNIDO     Romania                 Sector plan for production sector                    Nov-05         Dec-10                          6,300,000
UNEP      Rwanda                  CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-07                          Jul-11           177,000
UNDP      Rwanda                  Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-07                        Mar-11             168,000
UNEP      Saint Kitts and Nevis   CFC Phase-Out Plan                                   Apr-06                        Dec-11             144,000
UNDP      Saint Kitts and Nevis   Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs          Apr-06                         Jan-12            108,000
Canada    Saint Lucia             CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-07                        Jun-11            205,000
UNEP                                   ODS
          Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Phase-out Plan                                   Nov-05                     Dec-11       109,000
UNDP                                   Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs
          Saint Vincent and the Grenadines                                                  Nov-05                      Jul-11      128,000
UNEP      Samoa                        CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-07       Dec-10                      75,000
UNEP      Samoa                        HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  148,500
UNDP      Samoa                        TPMP for CFC Phase-out                               Nov-07                     Dec-11        75,000
UNEP      Sao Tome & Principe          CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08       Dec-10                      75,000
UNEP      Sao Tome & Principe          HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  160,000
UNIDO     Sao Tome & Principe          Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs          Apr-08                     Mar-11       115,000
UNIDO     Saudi Arabia                 National phase-out plan                              Nov-07                      Jul-11    1,430,000
UNEP      Saudi Arabia                 ODS Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-07                      Jul-12      405,000
Italy     Senegal                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-07                    Dec-11       355,000
UNEP      Senegal                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-07      Dec-10                     210,000
Sweden    Serbia                       CFC Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-04      Dec-10                      19,322
UNEP      Serbia                       HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                     Dec-12        75,500
UNIDO     Serbia                       HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Dec-10                     Dec-20       915,260
UNIDO     Serbia                       National CFC phase-out plan                           Jul-04                    Dec-11     2,723,222
France    Seychelles                   CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Mar-07       Dec-10                     193,000
Germany   Seychelles                   HCFC Phase-Out Plan                                  Apr-11                     Dec 20       600,000
UNEP      Sierra Leone                 CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-09                     Dec-12       150,000
UNDP      Sierra Leone                 Terminal phase-out management plan                   Apr-09                     Dec-11        60,000
UNEP      Solomon Islands              HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  195,000
UNDP      Sri Lanka                    HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Dec-10                     Dec-21       398,866
UNEP      Sri Lanka                    HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                     Dec-14       249,000
UNIDO     Sudan                        National CFC/CTC phase-out plan                      Dec-04                     Dec-11     1,139,480
UNEP      Suriname                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-08                     Dec-11       153,000
UNDP      Suriname                                                                          Nov-08
                                       Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I substances                Jul-11      125,000
UNEP      Swaziland                    CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-08                     Jun-12       132,000
UNDP      Swaziland                    HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Apr-11                     Dec-14       667,948
UNEP      Swaziland                    HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  210,000
UNDP      Swaziland                    Terminal phase-out management plan                   Nov-08       Dec-10                     121,500
UNIDO     Syria                        National CFC phase-out plan for Syria                 Jul-06                    Jun-11       754,050
UNIDO     Syria                                                                              J
                                       Phase-out of the use of methyl bromide in grain storageul-01                     Jul-11    1,084,140
UNEP      Tanzania                     CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08                     Dec-11       209,000
UNDP      Tanzania                     Terminal phase-out management plan                   Apr-08                      Jul-11      276,000
IBRD      Thailand                     National CFC phaseout plan                           Dec-01                     Dec-12    14,728,626
IBRD      Thailand                     National methyl bromide phase-out plan               Dec-04                     Dec-12     2,901,600
UNDP      Timor-Leste                  HCFC Phase Out Management Plan                       Apr-11                     Dec-17       106,800
UNEP      Timor-Leste                  HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  164,900
UNEP      Togo                         CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Apr-08       Dec-10                     159,000
UNEP      Togo                         HCFC phase out plan                                  Dec-10                     Dec-13       280,000
UNIDO     Togo                         HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Dec-10                     Dec-20       350,000
UNDP      Togo                         Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs          Apr-08       Dec-10                     157,000
UNEP      Tonga                        HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  127,000
UNDP      Trinidad and Tobago          Terminal phase-out management plan for CFCs           Jul-03      Dec-08                     460,000
IBRD      Tunisia                      National ODS phase-out plan                           Jul-06                    Dec-11     1,135,395
IBRD      Turkey                       CFC Phase-out plan for Turkey                        Dec-01       Apr-08                   9,000,000
UNIDO     Turkey                                                                            Dec-01       Nov-09
                                       Phase out of methyl bromide in protected tomato, cucumber and carnation crops              3,408,844
UNIDO     Turkmenistan                 HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Dec-10                     Dec-20       652,050
UNEP      Tuvalu                       HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                   92,000
France    Uganda                       ODS Phase Out Plan                                    Jul-08                    Nov-11       215,000
Canada    Uruguay                      CFC Phase Out Plan                                   Nov-06                     Dec-11       232,000
UNDP      Uruguay                                                                           Nov-06
                                       Terminal phase-out management plan for Annex A Group I Substances Dec-10                     333,000
UNEP      Vanuatu                      HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  148,500
UNEP      Venezuela                    HCFC phase Out Plan                                  Apr-11                                  136,000
UNIDO     Venezuela                    HCFC phase-out management plan (phase I)             Apr-11                     Dec-15     1,758,500
UNIDO     Venezuela                    National CFC phase-out plan                          Apr-04                      Jul-11    6,240,555
IBRD      Venezuela                                                                         Dec-04
                                       Phased reduction and closure of the entire CFC production         Nov-09                  16,500,000
IBRD      Vietnam                      HCFC phase-out management plan                       Apr-11                     Apr-15     9,763,820
IBRD      Vietnam                      National CFC and halon phase-out plan                Apr-05       Dec-10                   1,260,000
IBRD      Vietnam                      National phase-out plan of out methyl bromide        Nov-06                     Nov-15     1,098,284
Germany   Yemen                        Methyl Bromide                                       Nov-08       Dec-10                     601,450
UNIDO     Yemen                        National ODS phase-out plan                           Jul-08                     Jul-11    1,370,500
UNEP      Yemen      ODS Phase Out Plan                                   Jul-08            Apr-12     455,000
UNEP      Zambia     CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Nov-07             Dec-11     136,000
UNDP      Zambia     Terminal phase-out management plan                  Nov-07             Aug-11     109,000
Germany   Zimbabwe   CFC Phase Out Plan                                  Mar-07    Mar-09              565,000
UNIDO     Zimbabwe                                                       Nov-05
                     Total phase-out of methyl bromide used in tobacco seedlings   Dec-08            3,724,972
   Funds           Funds         Total ODP       ODP    Actual ODP Total ODP           ODP         Actual ODP
  Released      Disbursed to    Consumption Counsumptio Consumption Production      Production     Production
 including      the Country      to be Phase- n Allowed     for     to be Phase-    Allowed for        for
Present Year        (US$)        out for the    for the  Reporting   out for the        the         Reporting
 by ExCom                            Plan     Reporting    Year         Plan         Reporting        Year
    (US$)                                        Year                                   Year


       85,000                           3.38
      120,000                           4.82
      760,806         760,806          179.8       179.8       179.8          0.0
      305,000         305,000           0.00       57.00        0.00
      535,000         468,434           68.0         0.0         0.0
      118,125         107,684           0.00        6.60
      921,500         708,329          284.6         1.5         1.5
    1,424,647       1,341,498          245.0         0.0         0.0
       97,300               0            1.8         0.0         0.0          0.0            0.0           0.0
   10,600,000      10,600,000            0.0         0.0         0.0      3,020.0            0.0           0.0
    3,588,000       3,587,353          156.0       184.4         NA
      500,000          11,250            1.5         0.0         0.0          0.0            0.0           0.0
    6,860,850       4,234,432        1,808.0         0.0        N/A
      265,661               0            2.1        N.A.        N.A.
       31,515                           0.14        0.14
      560,000         530,946           66.0         0.0         0.0          0.0            0.0           0.0
      305,000          80,000           0.00       20.30
      312,500         272,322           58.7         0.0        N.A.
      879,750         729,453          267.6         0.0        N.A.
      294,175          91,005           0.00       87.20
      101,000         101,000           0.00        3.70        0.00
       60,000                            0.2         NA          NA
       80,000                           0.79
      194,000         193,487            3.7         0.0           0
      150,000         150,000           0.00        9.00
       85,000                           4.85
      100,000               0            3.4         3.4         3.4
      175,000          87,014            7.9         0.0         0.0
       70,000               0            0.1         NA          NA
      100,000                           0.18
      167,000         141,000            0.0         0.0         0.0          0.0
      373,000         256,683           26.9         0.0        N.A.
      864,160         482,961          121.1         0.0         0.0
      205,000         182,000            1.0         0.0         0.0
    3,883,600       3,883,600            0.0         0.0         0.0          0.0
   22,816,400      18,654,721        5,801.0         0.0        N.A.
      185,000         182,000            7.4         0.0         0.0          0.0
      203,000         202,369           0.00        5.40
      120,000                           6.65
      150,000              53            3.1         3.1         3.1
      115,000          22,541           0.00        8.90        0.00
      129,000          66,623            3.1         0.0         0.0
      170,000         170,000                      14.10        0.00
      200,000         200,000           5.6         N.A.        N.A.
      150,000                          8.19
      280,000         278,226          13.5          0.0        N.A.
      800,000         720,603          50.6          2.5         2.5
      100,000          70,000          0.30         0.30        0.00
      100,000           7,291           1.3          0.0         0.0          0.0
      105,000          45,000          0.00         1.70
      171,000         169,355          0.00         5.20
      100,000                          5.58
      135,000              53           3.9          3.9         3.9
      174,000         163,306           5.2          0.0        N.A.
    437,500      170,299       32.9        0.0          0.0         0.0
    465,566            0       18.5        NA           NA
    153,217                    3.55
     73,000         3,281
  1,100,000            53      164.4     164.4        164.4
    691,703             0      136.3       0.0                      0.0       0.0      0.0
150,000,000   150,000,000        0.0       0.0           0.0   44,931.0       0.0      0.0
 10,000,000    10,000,000        NA    1,000.0       1,000.0        NA    1,550.0   1,537
 65,000,000    64,500,000   11,160.2     220.0           tbd   52,162.0   4,471.0      0.0
 46,500,000    46,285,000    5,951.0       0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0      0.0
  1,788,991     1,788,991      181.0       0.0           0.0        0.0       n/a      n/a
 53,846,000    53,412,500   14,143.0       0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0      0.0
 62,000,000    61,750,000   24,480.0       0.0           0.0   30,060.0       0.0      0.0
  4,000,000     4,000,000      534.0     390.0         390.0        0.0       n/a      n/a
  8,986,600     8,566,599      553.8     209.0         209.0
 52,000,000    51,108,114    4,031.0       0.0          N.A.
  4,000,000       709,004      511.0   3,790.0           n.a        0.0
  3,435,000     2,535,358    3,391.0   1,181.0       1,181.0
  5,571,539     5,826,673      918.0       0.0           0.0
  6,000,000     3,600,809                                        621.0     209.0    209.0
  2,100,000     2,100,000        0.0       0.0           0.0     113.0       0.0      0.0
 11,000,000    11,000,000    1,090.0       0.0           0.0
    450,000       371,739       0.00   8672.80 Not available
  6,021,483       692,345       77.0      N.A.         N.A.
     50,000                     1.91
  4,500,000     4,170,323      805.9       0.0         N.A.
    130,000       106,022       0.00      0.40
     75,000        62,270        0.4       0.0         N.A.
    110,000        47,953       0.00      1.80
     45,000                     1.78
    100,000            0         1.8       1.8           1.8
     95,000       49,927         3.4       0.0           0.0
    287,500      195,625        0.00     99.80
    100,000            0         2.9       NA           NA
     95,000                     2.87
    337,500      227,011        51.5       0.0         N.A.
     49,250                     0.42
    565,000       484,480       37.5       0.0           0
  4,845,283     4,178,116      342.0     170.0          NA
    282,000       248,225       0.00     44.10
    283,000       220,198       44.1       0.0          N/A
     92,200        92,200       13.0                                0.0
    210,000                      1.8                                0.0
    451,150             0        6.3       4.3          4.3
    287,500       278,696       85.0       0.0          0.0
  1,559,228     1,322,623      331.3       0.0         N.A.
    462,000       462,000       30.0       0.0          0.0         0.0
     80,319        80,319        0.0      94.2                      0.0
     43,453        43,453        0.0       0.0           0.0        0.0
    138,000        75,771       3.20      3.20
    147,000       144,849        0.0       0.0         N.A.
    114,000        73,830       0.00      0.20         0.00
     82,250                     0.08
    103,000        40,000        0.7       0.0         N.A.
  1,711,600     1,601,113      311.2       0.0         N.A.
    193,155                     0.00
  1,216,645     1,194,471     246.0        0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0     0.0
    280,000         7,816      42.0        0.0           0.0
  3,100,000     2,376,011     537.0        0.0           0.0
     50,000        20,000      0.00      46.00 Not available
    515,000       447,381      46.0        0.0         N.A.
    105,000                    4.60       4.70
   170,000               0      0.00          6.20
   175,000          14,133       4.2           0.0          N/A
   115,000          97,507      0.00          1.50
    90,000                      5.59
   130,000              53       4.8           4.8          4.8
    90,000          83,283       1.5           0.0         N.A.
   165,000         153,000      0.00          3.60
   130,000         124,915       3.6           0.0         N.A.
   200,000 N/A                   2.3          N/A          N/A
   325,000         324,918       8.2           0.0         N.A.
   200,000               0      13.2          N.A.         N.A.
    70,000                       4.2                                    0.0
   344,894         344,894      17.5           0.0         N.A.
   117,500          95,512      0.00          0.90         0.00
   105,000                      0.30
   120,000          89,337       3.0           0.0         N.A.
    33,000          10,999      0.00         33.70
    70,000               0      0.00         320.6
 1,300,000           4,704     265.7         217.7        217.7
   249,000               0       5.9           0.0         N.A.
   132,000         131,000      0.00          6.40
   200,000         133,337       2.9           0.0           0.0
   100,000          86,500       3.90         3.90
   130,000          83,434       0.00         8.00          1.74
    48,000               0        0.1          NA            NA
    11,000                       0.03
   215,000         144,691        8.0          0.0           NA
   125,000          21,443       0.00        25.40
   150,000               0        2.3          0.0           NA
   198,000         105,000       0.00        49.70
    75,000                       2.77
   100,000                0       4.2          4.2           4.2
 1,806,301        1,714,527     295.8        163.2        163.2
   338,500          240,670      39.7          0.0           0.0
 2,113,000                0       0.0          0.0           0.0      690.0       0.0   0.0
 1,156,738        1,156,738     316.0         59.1          59.1        0.0
 1,314,601        1,304,053     211.4                                   0.0
82,000,000       81,700,000       0.0          0.0           0.0   22,588.0       0.0   0.0
   702,500          692,754    101.50     1002.20 Not available
 3,000,000        1,306,950   1,385.0        708.0                      0.0
 2,000,000        2,000,000     970.0        268.0                      0.0
 5,000,000                      533.0      1,726.0                      0.0   1,726.0
 3,899,046        3,454,783   1,080.0 N/A                   N/A       347.0
38,100,954       37,000,000   7,537.0          0.0           0.0   11,206.0       0.0   0.0
 2,935,986        2,726,536     428.0          0.0         N.A.
 1,218,341        1,649,306     219.1          0.0         N.A.
   673,200          682,665     107.0          0.0           0.0
 5,424,577        4,750,000     639.0          0.0         N.A.
   371,910          371,910      70.0          0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0   0.0
   224,000          181,887      80.0          0.0             0
 2,957,564        2,957,564     352.0          0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0   0.0
 4,317,000        4,317,000     915.0          0.0           0.0        0.0       0.0   0.0
 4,912,300        4,878,005   1,072.0          0.0         N.A.
 6,398,000        6,173,034   1,141.0          0.0         N.A.
 1,464,733                      100.1
 5,289,619        5,289,619     608.4        608.4        608.4         0.0
 1,506,620        1,506,620     424.5         29.3          29.3        0.0
   140,253          140,253      0.00       685.80 Not available
 2,242,000                0      47.1          NA            NA
   262,000                       2.70
 1,300,000               0       27.6         38.2          38.2
 2,063,000                      29.74
   770,000        758,043          56.0            0.0         N.A.
 3,310,758      3,308,263         619.6            0.0          0.0
 1,641,000        220,186          0.00         227.60
 4,656,530      1,078,134       1,640.8            0.0           0.0
   692,000        622,914         138.8            0.0           0.0       0.0
   574,492        542,437          34.0           29.0          17.4       0.0
   510,659                         53.0
   510,660                         10.0
    53,250                         0.50
   536,000                        121.7
 2,566,800      2,566,800                                              4,280.0   0.0   0.0
   518,000        417,991         72.00          66.30 Not available
 5,684,840      5,679,057       1,634.2            0.0           0.0
 1,365,011      1,364,978          56.0            0.0           0.0
   240,000          1,757          0.00          72.10
   220,000        191,894          70.0            0.0           0.0
   233,000        197,328          0.00          10.90
    47,520 N/A                      0.3           N/A           N/A
    31,680                         0.18
   317,000        317,000           7.0            0.0         N.A.
   320,000         73,126           6.5            6.5                     0.0
         0                          0.1
   113,625                         0.52
 2,091,420      2,085,164         417.0            0.0         N.A.
 1,264,450      1,245,118          50.4            0.0          0.0
 2,567,300      2,566,717         186.1            0.0         N.A.
   127,300        127,300           2.6            0.4          0.0        0.0
   213,000        208,000          0.00           8.40
   157,500                         1.93              6
   132,000        130,563           8.4            0.0         N.A.
   500,000        153,508          40.0           30.0         30.0        0.0
 2,497,947      2,101,454         450.5            0.0          0.0
   743,000        672,698          56.0            0.0          0.0
    41,000              0 N/A             N/A                  N/A
   279,081        267,767          49.3            0.0          0.0
    70,000                         3.21
   140,000             53           2.8            2.8           2.8
   220,000        209,362          0.00           7.20
   125,000        122,513           2.3            0.0           0.0
   172,000        170,000          0.00           8.70
    60,000                         2.04
    60,000             53           1.1            1.1          1.1
 2,999,824      2,988,303         129.0            0.0         N.A.
   173,000        165,050           8.7            0.0         N.A.
11,517,005     11,441,013       1,910.5            0.0          0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
    95,000         95,000          0.00           0.70         0.00
   400,000        400,000           1.4            3.7         N.A.
   355,940        108,840          2.29
    85,000              0           0.7            0.0         N.A.
   198,000        191,412          0.00          16.20
   160,000              0           2.6            NA           NA
    65,000                         2.60
   322,000        314,671          16.2            0.0         N.A.
    54,000                         1.40
   155,000         96,000          0.00           2.40
   140,000        133,546           3.0            0.0         N.A.
   157,050                         10.2           10.6
   212,030        212,030           4.0            1.0          0.2        0.0
   500,000        185,000          90.0          795.0        745.4        0.0
   500,000
 1,000,000        953,204         70.0             0.0           0.0       0.0   n/a   n/a
   800,000              0         90.0                                     0.0
 8,294,500      7,716,486   1,535.0     0.0          0.0
   500,000        500,000       0.0     0.0          0.0         0.0   0.0   0.0
 4,000,000      1,993,554     645.0   675.0        675.0
31,850,000     31,804,171                                   12,355.0   0.0   0.0
    53,875                    0.81
   215,000        215,000     0.00    11.00
    79,200 N/A                 0.2     N/A          N/A
   305,000        296,915     10.0      0.0         N.A.
   205,000       190,000        3.3     1.0           0.4        0.0
    65,000                     0.30
   130,000              0      0.16
   155,000              0       0.3     0.3          0.3
   270,295        229,253       5.2     0.0          0.0
   310,000         79,223       0.0   260.9        260.9         0.0   n/a   n/a
 3,912,949      3,806,187     389.9     0.0          0.0
 1,127,594        363,588     106.2    56.2         56.2
   134,000         88,465      0.00    2.70
   117,500         21,900       2.3     0.0         N.A.
   252,500        252,500      12.0     5.0          0.0         0.0
   300,000                     6.14    6.48
    45,625                     0.10
    70,000        70,000       0.00    4.10          3.00
   100,000        74,914       12.0     0.0         N.A.
   200,000        44,000       0.00   12.40 Not available
   320,000       316,193        3.7     0.0         N.A.
   149,000       147,000       0.00    4.80
   184,000        69,187        4.8     0.0           0.0
   855,603             0       54.7    N.A.         N.A.
   550,000            53       35.4    35.4          35.4
   937,386       937,384      100.9     0.0           0.0
12,193,400    11,145,540    2,388.8     0.0         N.A.
 1,575,200     1,538,135      198.0     0.0           0.0
    45,625                     0.05
   470,000       325,282       35.0     0.0           0.0
   200,000                     5.36
 4,908,849             53      73.1     7.4           7.4
 1,139,500      1,134,942     215.0     0.0           0.0
 2,745,665      2,739,905     489.0     0.0           0.0
    62,375                     1.04
    50,000        28,853       0.00   57.60        11.53
   943,152       927,224      168.4     0.0            0
   700,000       700,000       35.0     8.0          2.2         0.0
   350,000                      3.4    3.59
   194,000       143,000       0.00   31.60        27.33
   168,500             0        3.0     NA           NA
   146,500                     3.29
   371,000        305,121      31.6     0.0         N.A.
    77,500          6,950      0.00   43.40 Not available
   183,500              0      35.0     0.0         N.A.
   358,534        345,799       0.0                              0.0
10,216,876      7,748,845   2,017.6     0.0           0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
   120,000         15,000      0.00   15.20
   312,500        127,338      15.0     0.0           0.0
   134,000                    20.69
    36,281         36,281       0.0                              0.0
   509,019        425,800      99.3     0.0           0.0
 6,300,000      6,088,860                                     175.0    0.0   0.0
   177,000        160,013     0.00     4.60
   168,000        148,086      4.6      0.0         N.A.
   130,000         80,109     0.00     0.60         0.00
   105,000         50,000      1.8      0.0         N.A.
   205,000        200,496      1.2      0.0          0.0         0.0
   109,000      76,782       0.00       0.30          0.00
   128,000     103,319        2.1        0.0         N.A.
    75,000      75,000       0.00       0.70 Not available
    76,250                   1.36
    75,000      43,947        0.0        0.0         N.A.
    75,000      75,000       0.00       0.70
    44,000                   0.05
   115,000      87,157        0.7        0.0           0.0
 1,430,000     767,899      782.0        0.0           0.0
   405,000     101,457       0.00     269.80
   355,000     104,761       23.4       26.1           n/a       0.0   n/a   n/a
   210,000     207,500       0.00      23.40
    19,322      19,322        0.0                                0.0
    26,000                   0.25
   360,130           53       3.1        3.1           3.1
 2,723,222    1,392,455     327.0        0.0           0.0
   193,000      193,000       1.4        0.0           0.0       0.0
   200,000                   1.38       1.32
   150,000      40,545       0.00      11.80
    60,000      34,715       12.2        0.0         N.A.
   110,250                  12.12
   180,000     180,000        3.0       N.A.         N.A.
   125,000                   1.89
 1,139,480     839,862      217.4        0.0          0.0
   100,000      70,966       0.00       6.20         0.00
   125,000      98,491        6.2        0.0         N.A.
   132,000      50,016       0.00       3.70
   667,948           0        6.3        NA           NA
    75,000                   1.98
   121,500       82,542       0.0        3.7         N.A.
   754,050      443,775     498.7        0.0          0.0
 1,084,139      889,819     105.0        0.0          0.0
   209,000      175,000      0.00      38.10
   276,000      122,015      54.0        0.0         N.A.
14,728,626   11,012,537   3,107.5        0.0          0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
 2,901,600      714,089     241.8       73.3         60.3        0.0   0.0   0.0
    96,120            0       0.0        NA           NA
    93,500                   0.03
   159,000     157,708       0.00       6.00
    70,000                   3.11
   200,000          53        3.9         3.9         3.9
   157,000     154,751        5.9         5.9        N.A.
    64,750                   0.47
   460,000      414,685      77.0         0.0        N.A.
 1,135,395      122,434     342.0         0.0         0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
 9,000,000    8,565,903     977.0         0.0         0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
 3,408,844    3,312,357     292.2         0.0         0.0
   309,050           53       2.6         2.6         2.6
    47,875                   0.56
   215,000     194,500        1.9         0.0         0.0        0.0
   232,000     197,000        0.0         0.0         0.0        0.0
   333,000     266,920       29.9         0.0        N.A.
    76,250                   2.37
    50,646                   1.66
   654,854            0      21.5        21.5        21.5
 6,112,189    5,238,735   1,035.0         0.0         0.0
16,500,000   16,500,000       0.0         0.0         0.0    4,400.0   0.0   0.0
 3,054,423            0     140.1   unlimited       234.9        0.0   0.0   0.0
 1,260,000    1,257,248     258.7         0.0         0.0        0.0   0.0   0.0
   880,000      199,297      85.2        80.0        76.8        0.0   0.0   0.0
   401,450      201,450      35.9        30.0        19.6        0.0
 1,370,500      389,253     269.1         0.3         0.3
  455,000     182,000    0.00   269.40
  136,000     124,000    4.10     4.10
  109,000      78,518     0.0      0.0   N.A.
  565,000     565,000    65.0     65.0   53.3   0.0
3,724,972   3,724,970   170.0     14.2   14.2
  Remarks (Achievement of Conditions of Approval, Milestones, Relevant
                   Issues concerning next Targets)




The foam sector was evaluated and a strategy has been worked out based on the training of technicians from the foam company. A training was conducted in Iran in April 200
Project completed in December 2010.
Equipment delivered, monitoring activities will be continued and training will be finalized 1q 2011.
Project completed. $6,805 plus $885 PSC returned at ExCom 53
Training of service technicians, additional training of customs trainers was done in 2009. Equipment for the foam companies have been delivered to the beneficiaries and their
The project was successfully completed.
Training of over 40 AC and refrigeration technicians completed in 2010, as was training of over 95 customs officials in monitoring CFC imports and CFC-dependent equipme
Project completed.
Completed in 2009.
Companies willing to change chillers have started the process of purchasing new equipment. Reimbursement of these expenses will be made against corresponding purchase o
Despite all efforts of the NOU the problem with the imported equipment customs clearance and tax exemption was not resolved. Therefore, it was decided to keep the chiller p
Newly approved.
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project completed.
All remaining training activities for Customs and Refrigeration Training were completed - R & R Equipment distributed to benificiaries - Ministry of Education updated the n
NOU/UNDP planned the finalization of TPMP programme in 2010 with regard to holding one final expanded workshop for large CFC-equipment end-users. The workshop's o
In the year 2010, procurement of Equipment completed and distribution of equipment to identified beneficiaries is underway. On activities relating to retrofit of CFC based re
In 2010, Technicians Training organized with 1,200 trained technicians. Organized Custom Officer’s Training with 100 trained officers. Awareness: Translation into Banglad
Project completed in December 2010.
Newly approved.
Project recently approved. New agreement to be signed in 2011.
Completed in 2010. Tools and equipment delivered to technicians that participated in training courses.
Project completed in November 2010. Country submitted progress and expenditure reports in July 2010.

Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Additional tools and equipment for service workshops have been ordered. Delivery is expected in April 2011. After delivery and distribution of the equipment, UNIDO's comp
Newly approved.

First tranche fully completed. Second tranche nearly completed. Targets met.
Plan continues implementation withour major issues. A group of beneficiaries was selected to receive equipment including 44 recovery /tools kits, 60 refrigerant identifiers an
In November 2010 the problem with the customs clearance and tax exemption of imported equipment was resolved. The 2011 work program envisages implementation of inve
2 trainers trained in hydrocarbons in a regional training course in Namibia, 5 follow up technican training courses held. HC relevant training equipment purchased.
Studies have been carried out, results included in the HPMP, which will be submitted to the 64th meeting, funds have been disbursed, financial project completion under way
CFC phased out in all sectors in Brazil by January 1st 2010. Ongoing activities continued, 3000 CFC recovery sets for refrigeration technicians received, and 150 were already
Both tranches of project completed and targets met.
Project financially completed.
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
MoU drafted and sent to the country in June 2010 for signature. First payment sent in August 2010. TPMP activities started in November 2010.
Bidding had been succesfully completed, service equipment and tools had been ordered and delivered to Burundi. The second tranche was approved at the 62nd ExCom Mtg.
Project completed in March 2010. and PCR submitted to the MLFS in 2010. A total of 401 refrigeration technicians were trained (260 in the first tranche and 141 in the secon
Approved at 61st Meeting. Inception workshop for HPMP activities undertaken in November 2010. Agreements for HPMP implementation are being developed.
The SSFA has been formulated and signed in Nov 2010. Initial payment disbursed in Jan 2011. The workplan has been jointly reviewed by the Government and UNEP for imp
Completed. All activities relating to TPMP were completed and remaining components for closure of the project undertaken.
Monitoring and remaining activities will be continued.
Country submitted progress and expenditure reports in October 2010.
In 2010, an international consultant was hired, and the equipment was tendered after the approval of the 2nd tranche of the TPMP and a re-scheduling of both tranches togethe
MoU drafted and sent to the country for signature in December 2010
Training of 75 Refrigeation technicians and 25 customs officers in 2009.
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Completed in 2010. All activities took place. Some final payments pending in 2011.
Delays in implementation. First tranche almost completed. Second and final tranched started only in first quarter of 2011. Targets met.
Newly approved.

National expert has been contracted to develop the collection of data strategy along with the considerations of the local stakeholders from the public and private sector. The ex
Agreement with the Government reached in project implementation plan. 2011 will start the agreements with farmers on the implementation of alternatives.
Project cancelled Jul 06.
CFC production sector plan completed and full disbursment from the Bank to China against agreed peformance indicators has taken place. The sector plan will not be financi
CFC production stopped by June 30, 2007 as per agreement. Five CFC plants have been closed and dismantled. 1 CFC plant, Juhua, remains open for production of CFCs for
All sales and use of CTC in the PAI sector plan have been phased out, except that of the CSM producer, Jilin. Jilin will continue to produce CSM within the emission quota ag
All sales of CTC for process agent applications have been banned since January 1, 2010.
The project was successfully completed and finacial completion occurred in December 2005.
All enterprise phaseout activites were completed by 30 Jun 2010. Several TA activities were also completed by the end of 2010. A performance audit for 2009 and the first hal
Complete halon phaseout target has been met. There is only one producer of halon 1301 for feedstock use in the production of fipronil. Three TA activities remain. Sector pla
The project was successfully completed.
Additional equipment procured for the tomato, cucumber and ginger sector, specifically chloropicrin injection equipment, rotovator for dazomet application, chemicals and m
Most activities are completed. Monitoring of programme execution at the state-level EPBs was ongoing. TOR for verification of 2010 AP developed in 4Q2010. Recruitment
Revised annual implementation plan was approved by 45th ExCom in Apr 2005. Contract was signed for support services and purchase of recovery and recycling equipment f
Maintain and operate the MIS system in MAC sector; Monitor the training and CFC recovery and recycling activities in MAC sector; Report of data on CFCs recovered and re
The project was successfully completed.
Contract signed with methyl bromide producers for 2010 quota, monitoring of methyl bromide consumption both in the agriculture sector and QPS, submitted to ExCom requ
Bank verification confirmed that production facility was dismantled in Jan 2010. Performance audit for the year of 2009 completed and TCA sector plan completed.
The project was successfully completed.
Project completed in December 2010.
Newly approved. HPMP project document is in signature process, however the foams sector plan contained in the HPMP started, project document and additional legal agreee
Project recently approved. New agreement to be signed in 2011.
NPP achievements during the reporting period include certification of an additional 1,000 refrigeration servicing technicians (cumulative 4500), establishment of 3 refrigerant
Country submitted final reports in October 2010.
Completed in 2010. All activities took place. Some final payments pending in 2011.
MoU drafted and sent to the country for signature in August 2010.

Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Additional equipment was purchased and is expected to be delivered in Apr 2011.
MoU drafted and sent to the country for signature in August 2010.
Newly approved.

Purchase of tools, equipment and gas was completed and arrived in country. MDI component completed. International Consultant mission took place. New series of End User

Completed. Pilot project for reconversion in Milk sector was completed with success. Training of refrigeration technicians continued.
Methyl Iodine was tested in the melon sector with limited succes. Focus on biological alternatives. South-south coorporation between Honduras and Costa Rica Melon grower
TPMP phase 2 activity reports sent by the country in June 2010.
The procured equipment was delivered and handed over to the NOU for further dissemination in May 2010.
The assistance to Croatia in the implementation of the TPMP was jointly implemented by UNIDO and Sweden, with UNIDO as the lead implementing agency. During 2004 a
Terms of Reference for the foam equipment has been prepared and bidding was initiated. Closure of bidding in scheduled for mid-February 2011. After evaluation, contractor
Project implementation has started up. Strategy for the implementation of the different components of the first tranche of the HPMP have been discussed. Action plan for 2011
The project was successfully completed.
The commercial retrofit programme is still on-going but getting close to completion. Procurement process to get materials for the Commercial retrofit programme is on-going.
Target consumption of 0 ODP T is for 2010. However, note that Canada only received approval for funding associated with 2004 and 2005 implementation plans. Funding for
The French contribution was implemented by GTZ-Proklima. Upon Cuba's request, the project remaining budget and activities was transferred to UNDP in Apr 06.
Cuba requested the change of implementation agencies. The transfer to UNDP is completed.
Satisfactory progress report and expenditure report sent by the country in November 2010.
Completed in 2009.
The activities were undertaken directly by the NOU with the assistance of national consultants as there was no project management unit. Customs has benefited from the regio
Project recently approved. New agreement to be signed in 2011.
Tools and equipment were delivered to Dominica in December 2010. Invoices pending.
Training of Custom officers. Provision of tools and equipment to technicians that participated in training courses. Additional kits for retrofits were procured. To be completed

Project completed. Balance of $495,329 was returned to the MLF at the 62nd ExCom Meeting.
A project to replace 360,000 old domestic refrigerators is being implemented in cooperation with the ministry of Industry and Productivity. The new refrigerators will be energ
Chillers employed in train carriages are being retrofitted by the National Railways Company against an incentive paid through the project. A plan to retrofit 100 carriages ove
The revised ODS licensing system is in place and import controls are enhanced. A mechanism was established for the authorization of importations and the prevention of illeg
The retrofit programme for Hospitals has been completed with success. Tools and equipment were procured, and a high number of technicians recieved traningn under the TP
Train the trainer workshops was organized for Customs and Refrigeration technicians using funds advanced by government pending release of TPMP funds.
The country approved ODS Licensing and Quota System . Implementation of first tranche activities started last year November soon after the approval of Licensing and Quota
Despite all efforts during 2010 was not possible to visit the country, however good communication between UNIDO and NOU help to start with the project implementation. B
Country submitted final reports in October 2010 and final payment is underway
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Completed in 2009.
The NOU conducted additional training for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 30 customs officers, 20 refregeration technicians, and 10 police officers were tr
Completed. The delivery in the 2nd tranche reached 84%, and the project is considered as operationally completed as of end of December 2010. Final pending payments will b
Newly approved at 63 ExCom. Funds have not been yet received from the Treasurer
Completed in 2009. Demonstration equipment procured through open tender and supplied to Georgia in August 2009. Equipment installed at demo sites and put into operatio
Prodoc signed and mission by MPU staff and Italy took place in Dec 2010 to launch the programme. Consultants to be recruited early 2011.

Completed in 2009.
Public awareness raising and educational campaigns were conducted. Refrigeration technicians and customs officers were trained in good refrigeration practices. 40 technician
Project recently approved. New agreement to be signed in 2011.
Needs assessment carried out in 2010 to determine what tools and equipment would be procured in 2011 to support the TPMP activities.
In 2010, 4 workshops for Customs Officers and MARN Officials were carried out. A total of 92 people were trained. The UNEP´s Manual Training to Customs Officers was u
According to the work plan coordinated with the Government and the Lead Agency, project activities will start in the first quarter of 2011.
An action plan with the farmers has been agreed. First set of equipment will be purchased during 2011.
Needs assessment carried out in 2010 to determine what tools and equipment would be procured in 2011 to support the TPMP activities.
A training workshop of 25 participants organised in October 2009. 7 multi-refrigerant identifiers purchased in November 2009. One hydrocarbon charging station purchased
Equipment delivered and monitoring activities will be continued. Technical Specification for procurement of additional equipment is prepared. Bidding planned for 1q 2011.
Country submit TPMP interim and exp. reports in October 2010 and UNEP proceed with the second payment in December 2010
First tranche was approved in November 2007 at the 53rd Meeting of the ExCom. Currently ongoing. The following activities have been delivered: 85 technicians were trained
Newly approved.

Recovery machine, associated spares and kits of good practice were delivered to Guyana in Dec 2010. Will be given to beneficiary workshops and technicians participating in
A national consultant was contracted to monitor and assist in the implementation of projects in Haiti. A technician on refrigeration was sponsored to assist the workshop in Be
In the process of identifying potential training schools that will be upgraded under the TPMP as the old schools had been destroyed by earthquake. Tools and equipment will b
25 technicians attended the course of good practice in refrigerant handling. Technical vocational schools participated in the trainings. Didactic material was delivered to the tr

Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
From the third tranche just less than 10% is still pending for implementation. This will be implemented during the first quarter 2011. The implementation per producer is sum
The project completed in Dec 2010. Additional tools complementing and replacing some equipment provided through the R&R scheme were purchased. As part of the project
Ministry of Environment and Forests reverted to the Bank in March 2011 requesting an amendment of the existing Project Agreement under the CFC Gradual Phaseout Plan.
All project activities habe been completed, only the final completion report is pending.
Consumption reporting by Lead Agency (GTZ)
Annual verification audit for CY2009 was completed in April 2010 and submitted to the Executive Committee. Since India was in compliance with this original agreement, th
The border dialogue on Monitoring and Controlling Trade in ODS and Training for Border Enforcement Officers in India, April 2010 with neighbouring countries Bangladesh
The French contribution is implemented by GTZ-Proklima. All activities have been completed. During 2009 the main focus of the activities has been training and technical as
The environment, health and safety material has been completed and capacity building with institutional stakeholders from the power sector has taken place. All project activi

In 2010 two additional rounds of bidding for the dismantling of old equipment and installation of the new one were arranged. Again, no offers were received. The counterpart
Disbursements to CTC producers are now completed. Three consumption sector enterprises are awaiting financial completion. The technical aduit for CY2010 is underway an
Enterprise-level conversions and phase-out completed in 2006. Technical assistance, training and monitoring for sustainable phase-out continued. Project targeted for financia
During the year 2010, distribution of remaining recovery and mini-reclaim equipment was done to Indian Railways and defence establishments. Disbursements will be reflecte
The project was successfully completed.
Enterprise-level conversions and phase-out completed in 2006. Technical assistance, training and monitoring for sustainable phase-out continued. Project targeted for financia
Project completed.
Completed in 2006.
Project completed.
Project completed.
Technical assistance, monitoring and management continued throughout 2010. Procurement of additional identifiers for supporting decentralized monitoring by district envir
Technical assistance, monitoring and management continued throughout 2010. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011.

Monitoring, awareness and training activities continued in 2010, Project unit will be continued until approval of the HPMP, project is nearly completed, financial completion
The French contribution is implemented by GIZ-Proklima. Monitoring report was compiled in 2010. Project completed.
Project completed in December 2010.
Newly approved.

Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Completed in 2007.
The project was successfully completed.
National Legal Committee formulated and drafted comprehensive ODS Legislation, UNEP organized review meeting for the committee (outside Iraq) to review the draft and t
Procurement of the equipment and issuance of purchase orders for all components was completed by December 2010. Equipment for the MAC retrofit incentive programme a
The French contribution is implemented by GIZ-Proklima. The incentive scheme is ongoing with a number of local hospitals benefitting from the retrofitting to no ODS altern
The Project has been completed. PCR submitted in September 2010




 The project was successfully completed.
In 2010, additional 120 refrigeration technicians and 50 customs officers were trained under this project.
Final workshop is being organized with the participation of an international expert. UNDP has resumed operation in DPR Korea. Project completed in Dec 2010.
The project was successfully completed.
Country contract finally established and signed by country late 2010 and UNEP will be able to disburse funds starting from 2011. UNEP and NOU organized 2 customs train
Project completed in Nov 2010.
Training of customs officers completed (3 in first half of 2010). One training session on Good Practices in Servicing of Refrigeration Equipment conducted. Refrigeration ser
Newly approved at 63 ExCom. Funds have not been yet received from the Treasurer

Completed. Three R&R workshops were held in January (1) and October (2) 2010 with a total of ninety two (92) participants. One (1) set of R&R basic tools, including one (1
Delayed start-off, but good progress since then: 2 high-level meetings organised regarding regulations enforcement and update. Refrigrigeration association is nearly ready to b



Completed. All activities are completed as planned. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011.
The project was successfully completed.
Completed in 2009. All activities completed. A final closing and technical assistance workshop carried out in 2Q2010. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011.
Project has been completed final report being prepared. Lesotho achieved complete CFC phase out as per the Agreement with the Excom.
The country conducted additional training for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 50 customs officers and 30 refregeration technicians were trained in the cont

Completed in 2009. R&R tools procured, supplied and distributed to recipients. Three (3) R&R centers established and operational in Margibi, Bong and Grand Bassa countie
Green-house for the production of grafted seedlings is completed. Two additional greenhouses are in the course of being purchased for the area of Benghazi. Training activitie
Equipment for remaining three beneficiaries in the flexible box foam subsector is to be delivered; installation and commisioning scheduled for 1st Q 2011. UNIDO mission is
Green-house for the production of grafted seedlings is completed. Two additional greenhouses are in the course of being purchased for the area of Benghazi. Training activitie
All activities envisaged for the HPMP phase I, first tranche were implemented as planned. The respective report and the request for the second tranche will be submitted to the
Monitoring and reporting activities on the import control and utilization of R&R equipment and operation of R&R and training centers continued ; National Expert to be recru
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Three training workshops of 75 Customs officer have been organized. 1 Hydrocarbon charging station has been purchased three workshops of 90 refrigeration technicians hav
The project was successfully completed.
The NOU conducted additional training for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 50 customs officers, 30 refrigeration technicians, and 15 police officers were tr
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Completed in 2006.
National expert, under NOU guidance, continued sensitization and technical work with end-users through direct contacts, media and one end-user workshop. Nine (9) end-use
4,754 technicians from 3,970 certified MAC service workshops trained and registered. As of Dec 2010, 713 R&R machines distributed thru subsidised voucher scheme. MAC
Project completed in July 2010. PCR submitted to the MLFS in Feb 2011. Capacity building of technicians and customs and enforcement officers played a very important role
HPMP was approved at 60th ExCom. HPMP Launch workshop was held in June 2010. Agreements for implementation of HPMP component are being finalised and expected
The SSFA has been formulated and signed initial payment disbursed in Sep 2010. The workplan has been jointly reviewed by the Government and UNEP for implementation.
During the year 2010, work plan for TPMP activities were finalised primarily addressing recovery & reclamation program. Keeping in mind decision 60/11, the program was
Project completed in December 2010. Country sent satisfactory interim activity and expenditure reports.
Newly approved.

Completed in 2010. Consultant missions took place. Additional equipment arrived.

Activities in Mauritania were frozen since 2009 awaiting completion of an audit of UNEP activities in Mauritania.
Completed in 2010. Consultant mission took place Equipment arrived early 2010 and sub-contracted centers operational. Some last invoices expected in 2011.

Project has been completed.
Target consumption of 795 ODP T for 2009 was met. Second tranche and yet-to-be approved tranches were all transferred to UNIDO at 62nd Meeting. Therefore, date of com

Second tranche requested. Activities continued as planned. Some additional equipment was purchased to increase the number of has under alterantives. 2011 we will continue
Project was approved at the 60th ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
In 2010 additional training and monitoring activities have continued and similar activities are planned for 2011 to ensure sustainability of the phase-out.
Funds disbursed to FIDE. Funds were added to the rotating fund created with the first tranche. By the end of 2006, 19 chillers were replaced (the target was 10), and as of Dec
Second tranche requested. Activities continued as planned. Some additional equipment was purchased to increase the number of hectares under alternatives. 2011 we will con
The project was successfully completed.

Project completed in June 2010. 8 Refrigeration technicians training workshops completed in 2010. A request for bids to purchase training equipement was prepared.
Newly approved at 63 ExCom. Funds have not been yet received from the Treasurer
Completed. In April 2010, end-user applications from ten (10) companies were approved for retrofit/replacement of the refrigeration equipment. All companies have complete
Refer to the TPMP (MON/PHA/47/INV/10; MON/PHA/53/INV/12)



Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
The solvent training workshop took place as planned. Monitoring and training of the customs officers are planned for 1st half of 2011.
The national implementing institution, APEFEL, has been contracted to carry-out training and monitoring activities. Equipment and consumables have been purchased and di
A workshop is planned to be conducted in the first Quarter and the project will be completed in Apr 2011.
The national implementing institution, APEFEL, has been contracted to carry-out training and monitoring activities. Equipment and consumables have been purchased and di
Country conducted additional training for customs officer (95) and refrigeration technicians (200). The NOU finalised the review process for school curiculla for both customs
A consultant mission was carried out end-2010 and in depth project review carried out. R/R Equipment: although efforts were made to identify suppliers in neighboring count
Project completed



Project completed in March 2010; PCR submitted to the MLFS in Feb 2011. Capacity building of technicians and customs and enforcement officers played a very important r
Work plan finalized and agreements are proposed to be signed by Q1 /Q2 of the year 2011. Primary focus of activities would be to equip service agencies in RAC servicing so
The Project Monitoring Unit team participated in the inspection visits of Customs to ODS suppliers facilities, did follow up to equipment conversions and training workshops
Completed. The procurement of kits of good practices, and other equipment were completed in 2010 and delivered to beneficiaries. The incentive programme for key sectors h
Project completed in December 2010. Country submitted final activity and expenditure reports.
Bidding completed, equipment purchased and shipped to the country. 85% of the funds are committed and around US$ 10,000 disbursed. Local transportation and distribution
Newly approved at the 62nd ExCom meeting. Kisckstart meeting took place in Abuja in Feb 2011 to discuss implementation modalities and plan the next year's activities.
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
The project was successfully completed.
Detailed progress report submitted at 58th and 59th ExCom. Programme making good progress and OPIAMU continued its day to day monitoring operations. For foams, phas
Procurement of spare parts for cleaning equipment was completed. Monitoring and preparation of the final report in 2011.

The monitoring and implementation is ongoing. Refrigeration service equipment foreseen under the second tranche were delivered. Training on the equipment operation is pl
This is newly approved project. The workplan has been finalized between UNEP and Pakistan. The SSFA has been drafted and awaiting for the Government's signature.
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
The project was successfully completed.
The project was successfully completed.

Fast tool including trademarks were developed and printed for customs officials at entry points to identify ODS. Laboratory supplies for ODS and other controlled substances
Completed. The focus in 2010 has been on the training in good refrigeration practices where a large number of technicians have received training. The reconversion of the fish
Project completed

First disbursement of funds was issued on February 2010.Zero CFC imports achieved. 6 planning and stocktaking meetings and 4 joint inspection meetings with Customs and
Newly approved.

Secretariat of the Environment (SEAM) and Customs Office signed cooperation agreement on enforcement of the ODS import licensing system and prevention of illegal trade
Agreement was reached with Government for the resumption of implementation of the Montreal Protocol Draft Agreement (SSFA) agreed to with country and is prepared for s
TPMP activities in Peru stopped due to institutional changes taking place in the government of Peru, it was being decided in the NOU should report to the Ministry of Environ
The original plan to establish a functioning Reclamation Facility in partnership with PARII was deemed not financially-viable and economically-feasible by PARII due to low
LBP has completed PCRs for Qualifoam, Kooler Industries, Pioneer Specialties and Temsys/Telequip Inc. Remaining PCRs for completion are for Primefoam and Space Save
During the first half of 2010UNEP and NOU organized 2 customs training sessions, meetings fo national legal team and national technical team and agreed on expedited and
Training workshops and monitoring activities will be continued and the project is expected to be completed in July 2011.

With ExCom decision 60/3 in April 2010, the remaining components of this project was formally handed over from Sweden to UNIDO and the contract with the international
Project completed in Dec 2010.
Project completed in Dec 2010.
The NOU conducted additional training for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 80 customs officers and 50 refregeration technicians were trained in the control
National expert continued identification of large CFC end-user companies and partcipated in radio broadcasts on ozone layer protection topic and importance of refrigeration
Training of Customs 20 officials. An international consultant was contracted to establish a national training curriculum in line with train training in Air-conditioning and refri
Limited activity in 2010. An new needs assessment took place. UNEP making efforts to resolve issues related to delivery.
First tranche fully completed. Second tranche nearly completed. Targets met.
A training workshop in good practices in refrigeration on the MAC sector was held in February 2010. The workshop included, recovery, recycling and retrofitting. 34 persons
Equipment and tools were delivered to STV in December 2010. Invoices due in 2011. Completion by mid-2011.
Project completed in December 2010 . In addition, capacity building of technicians and customs and enforcement officers played a very important role in the CFC phase out. T

During the year 2010, draft work plan for MAC retrofit pilot incentive programme was in progress mainly in Q3 of 2010. The Plan is expected to be finalised by Q1/Q2 for th
Project completed in December 2010. Country sent final reports in October 2010.

It was planned to purchase the complete condensing units to replace the old CFC based compressors for the ice producer however the quotations received were above the avail
Several workshops were organized under the NPP and more workshops are planned in January and February 2011. The list of beneficiaries of the equipment is completed. Th
Customs training in key 10 land/Sea ports were conducted during 2010 by NOU. Final training and closing session is planned in May 2011 to conclude the Customs training c
Equipment for new R&R centers was purchased and distributed to the NOU for subsequent distribution.
Project completed in December 2010. Country submitted TPMP completion and expenditure reports in january 2010.
The NCPP implementation was started with UNIDO as Lead Agency and Sweden as Cooperating Agency. Since the Swedish decision in 2006 to cease the bilateral window, U
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Suitable Local institution to arrange training of service technicians and R&R operation was identified and selected. However, the proposed costs for its services turned to be to
The French contribution is implemented by GTZ-Proklima.Project completed.

NOU trained about 80 refrigeration technicians and 50 customs officers ; commenced the process for review of ODS regulations to include HCFC control measures, training c
Technical visit by international expert fielded in March 2010. TPMP/RMP implementation plans were discussed and updated. National team of technical experts pre-screened

HPMP was approved at 60th ExCom. HPMP Launch workshop was held in June 2010. Agreements for implementation of HPMP component are being finalised and expected
This is newly approved project. The workplan has been finalized between UNEP and Sri Lanka. The SSFA has been drafted and awaiting for the Government's signature.
Public awareness, training, monitoring activities continued. Preparations for HCFC phase out initiated within NPP. Training and demonstration equipment for Sudan Universi
UNEP contracted an international expert to conduct assessment of training resources at the National Technical Institute and the Foundation for Labor Mobilization, revise air-
Training instititions were provided with Tools and equipment, and are now better suited to do the normal training courses. To be completed mid-2011.
Country trained further 100 refrigeration technicians, 70 customs officers; reviewd ODS regulations to include HCFC control measures, reviewed training curiculla for both cu
Newly approved.

Completed in 2010. Consultant's mission took place. Equipment arrived.
Training programe is prepared and agreed with the counterparts. The remaing training activites will be finalised in 1q od 2011.
Purchase of additional phosphine meters and other equipment for the PH3 application and necessary training was awarded. Extensive training activities took place in 2010. Pr
First tranche successfully completed. Country trainned 150 refrigeration technicians, 120 customs officers; 30 other law enforcement officers: reviewd ODS regulations to inc
Five (5) R&R regional centers were fully established and equipped in Dar-es-Salaam, Kigoma, Mbeya, Mwanza and Mkokotoni-Zanzibar. At all five (5) centers in Kigoma an
Implementation of refrigeration servicing sector (RSS), the last component of the National CFC Phaseout Plan was completed. A total of 3,110 technicians from ceritified RSS
Procurement of training equipment started in Aug 2010. Out of 9 sets of equipment planned, 4 sets of equipment were procured and deliverd to training centers. Remaining tra
Newly approved.

Project completed in December 2010.
Newly approved. Activities to start in 2011
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
Completed in 2010. Consultant mission carried out. Equipment arrived. Final invoices expected in 2011.

Completed in 2008.
Complete CFC and halon phase-out achieved. Auditor to complete the 2008-2009 verification audit will be selected in 2011. Training workshops held for Customs. Procurem
Refrigeration Sector Project (RSP) and overall ODS umbrella project with the World Bank physically and financially completed. Implementation status and verification repo
The project was successfully completed.
Project was recently approved at the 62nd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.

The French contribution is implemented by GTZ-Proklima. Trainers from Uganda were trained in hydrocarbons in a regional training course. Training equipment was provide
First and second tranches completed. Thrid tranche to be initiated shortly. Targets met.
Completed. Most of the tools incentives included in the TPMP were already distributed to the technicians in previous years. Technicians manifested the need of training in sp



Project was recently approved at the 63rd ExCom and its implementation will be done as per schedule.
The chiller project has started, three units has been purchased leading to the phase out 750 kg of CFC 12. It is expected that the chillers will be installed and operational in Jun
Project completed.
Newly approved - April 2011. 2010 actual consumption is estimated.
Project completed.
Consultancy on "Pest Resistance Control: Development of Insect bioassay and collecting insect samples" completed. Other completed activities include: survey, collection of s
During 2010 the following activities were conducted: 3 new farmers from Sana'a Governorate received materials to implement the solarization technology on their farms (therm
The recovery and recycling equipment delivered is not according to specifications, namely UNIDO and NOU requested multiple refrigerant machines and the ones delivered a
Most of training activities planned within the first tranche carried-out of NOU of Yemen including training sessions to customs and relevant authorities, awareness raising to t
The NOU conducted additional training for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 60 customs officers, 110 refregeration technicians, and 10 Environmental Inspe
National expert/NOU continued motinring of the use of distributed R&R equipment and tools. The Northern Retrofit Centre established and fully operational assisting the stak
project completed
The project was successfully completed.
A training was conducted in Iran in April 2008. R&R equipment was delivered in April 2007, training and commissioning started in May 2007. 83 R&R units were distributed until 12-2008, r




 e been delivered to the beneficiaries and their installation has started in October 2010. Remaining funds will be used for strengthening of the enforcement of the ODS legislation and for monit

ng CFC imports and CFC-dependent equipment entering the country. Retrofit of commercial refrigeration installations, identified as eligible during the CFC survey conducted in 2009, also co



ill be made against corresponding purchase orders.
Therefore, it was decided to keep the chiller project on hold bearing in mind that the retrofitting/replacement of chillers would require a lot of imported equipment and parts. Thus, the main 20




 ciaries - Ministry of Education updated the national technical refrigeration curricula and the new currciula is introduced starting from the acadimic year 2010/2011. Bahrain soceity of engine
  CFC-equipment end-users. The workshop's objective was to ptrovide technical assistance on CFC retrofit techniques. Around 80-100 companies were contacted to inform about the worksho
 activities relating to retrofit of CFC based refrigerators, 15 workshops were held in different parts of Bangladesh namely Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Sylhet, Mymensin
officers. Awareness: Translation into Bangladesh the Draft Code of Practice: Printed and disseminated. Awareness Campaign: Half day awareness seminars were organized as part of the techni




distribution of the equipment, UNIDO's component will be completed.




covery /tools kits, 60 refrigerant identifiers and 1255 cylinders. Training courses completed in association with INFOCAL La Paz, Santa Cruz and UMSS. Additional training sessions complet
ork program envisages implementation of investment and non-investment aimed at training of refrigeration service technicians and at establishing R&R centers.
 vant training equipment purchased.
 rsed, financial project completion under way
 on technicians received, and 150 were already distributed; last reclaim centre commissioned and waiting for authorization from local government to stat commercial operations; 4 out of 5 plan




nche was approved at the 62nd ExCom Mtg. The tranche has been succesfully completed in Nov 2010.
 (260 in the first tranche and 141 in the second tranche); A total of 357 customs officers and Camcontrol officers were trained (237 in the first tranche and 120 in the second tranche);
lementation are being developed.
viewed by the Government and UNEP for implementation. Cambodia is reviewing the ODS regulation in order to introduce new measures to control HCFC-based equipment.




P and a re-scheduling of both tranches together. Equipment was prepared and shipped, and is foreseen to arrive in Bangui during the first quarter of 2011.
ers from the public and private sector. The expert attended workshop with stakeholders of MeBr phase-out project in Mexico to exchange experiences about monitoring systems for real-time c
ementation of alternatives.

ken place. The sector plan will not be financially closed until the China-WB umbrella project (ODSIV) is completed in order to permit monitoring.
 ua, remains open for production of CFCs for MDIs (with 550 MT allocated for 2009 and 547 MT produced). Verification report indicates that CFC and halon production were within the agre
to produce CSM within the emission quota agreed by China and the ExCom, but keep working on reduction of emissions thru additional investments in emission control measures. The allow



A performance audit for 2009 and the first half of 2010 was completed. The sector plan will not be financially closed until the China-WB umbrella project (ODSIV) is completed in order to pe
pronil. Three TA activities remain. Sector plan will not be financially closed until the China-WB umbrella project (ODSIV) is completed in order to permit monitoring.

 tor for dazomet application, chemicals and mulching film for model farm and field training programme. Further training on grafting and selection of resistant rootstocks. Awareness programm
2010 AP developed in 4Q2010. Recruitment of expert for verification was initiated. Projet targeted for closure in 2011.
urchase of recovery and recycling equipment for disposal centre. Equipment was delivered. 511 ODP tonnes were phased out in 2005.
 ctor; Report of data on CFCs recovered and recycled; Article 7 CFC-12 consumption audit; Issue publication materials, such as posters, calendars, brochures and distribute to the public ; Refr

re sector and QPS, submitted to ExCom request to utilize unspent budget planned for compensation component for additional technical assistance (Approved by ExCom), formulate the detaile
ed and TCA sector plan completed.



 project document and additional legal agreeents with the companies for the implementation of the project signed. Workplans agreed and equipment procurement process progressing rapidly.

mulative 4500), establishment of 3 refrigerant reclaiming centres, delivery of training equipment including ODS identifiers to 35 training centres, organization of the annual seminar-workshop




t mission took place. New series of End User applications processed. Last quarterly advance to NOU was paid but will be implemented during first half of 2011. Large balance due to late paym



ween Honduras and Costa Rica Melon growers to further promote the use of biological alternatives in CR. CR in compliance with ExCom consumption agreement.



he lead implementing agency. During 2004 and 2005, the national ODS regulation (By-law) was revised and adopted. The reclamation equipment was delivered during autumn 2004. A missio
d-February 2011. After evaluation, contractor will be selected and equipment delivery is expected by mid 2011, which will be followed by equipment installation, trials and training.
MP have been discussed. Action plan for 2011 will be finalized early 2011. Refrigerant identifiers have been ordered.

 Commercial retrofit programme is on-going.
  and 2005 implementation plans. Funding for subsequent tranches approved for UNDP. Therefore, the funding approved for Canada for this multi-year project is not relevant for meeting the 2
 as transferred to UNDP in Apr 06.




 nt unit. Customs has benefited from the regional workshops conducted by UNEP and from the Customs Training programmes implemented under the TPMP. Technicians have received traini



 for retrofits were procured. To be completed in mid-2011.



oductivity. The new refrigerators will be energy efficient and non-CFC and the CFC-12 from the collected refrigerators will be recovered and destroyed. Tools required for CFC recovery were p
e project. A plan to retrofit 100 carriages over a period of 1 year is being implemented. Further the concept and specifications of a database linking the ozone office with all other relevant Gov
on of importations and the prevention of illegal traffic of these substances, and the procedures and requirements achieved for the authorization of ODS licenses (invoices, declarations), the OD
of technicians recieved traningn under the TPMP in 2010.
 ing release of TPMP funds.
oon after the approval of Licensing and Quota System and so far the country has conducted workshops and a total of 445 participants have attended the workshops. Planning meeting for establ
elp to start with the project implementation. Based on the results of the survey carried out by UNIDO consultant in the country and information provided by NOU technical specification were p




ion technicians, and 10 police officers were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS. Both Customs Officers and Refrigeration Technicians training schools have incorporated Mont
 ecember 2010. Final pending payments will be realized during 2011 as a part of closing the project financially. End-user component of TPMP progressed in implementation as planned. The co

t installed at demo sites and put into operation. Additional technical assistance provided through a field visit in November 2009 to cross-check equipment operation and instructions on its mai




d in good refrigeration practices. 40 technicians have been trained in alternative technologies. Refrigerant identifiers were purchased and made available for the customs training. Training of



s Manual Training to Customs Officers was used as resource material of workshops. Workshop Agenda included following topics,(amongst others: case study generic to Customs Officials, eff




One hydrocarbon charging station purchased in January 2009. A training workshop of 30 participants as trainers organised in October 2009.
nt is prepared. Bidding planned for 1q 2011.

ve been delivered: 85 technicians were trained in good practices, 2 meetings with GARVA were held with technicians, a new executive was nominated among technicians, equipment was purc



 y workshops and technicians participating in the training programmes. Spending will be reflected in 2011
on was sponsored to assist the workshop in Belize 2010.
ed by earthquake. Tools and equipment will be procured once the training courses have been programmed.
 ngs. Didactic material was delivered to the trained technicians. Equipments for workshops, refrigerant identifiers for customs officers, and tool kits for good practices were delivered through s



011. The implementation per producer is summarized as follows: Montelibano has established a small warehouse for the production of thricoderm (liquid and solid) and strengthen the laborato
 cheme were purchased. As part of the project implementation, a group of trainers were trained in the use of hydrocarbon and specially in drop-in as replacement of CFC. A ambitious project f
ment under the CFC Gradual Phaseout Plan. It informed that this is required for it to amend the Performance Agreements with the CFC Producers. Amendment will be completed by April 14



 n compliance with this original agreement, the last and final tranche of funds was disbursed to the CFC producer enterprises. There is a small balance under the Technical Assistance compone
2010 with neighbouring countries Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal in collaboration with NACEN, India.
e activities has been training and technical assistance/information dissemination to industries. 3 dyes intermediaries manufacturers which had converted to ODS free technology had been foun
ower sector has taken place. All project activities have been completed now.

ain, no offers were received. The counterpart was requested to identify new potential local suppliers and to obtain their offers. Installation and commissioning of equipment is to be finalized up
he technical aduit for CY2010 is underway and the audit report will be submitted to tghe ExCom for its 64th Meeting. Technical Assistance component has been slow to disburse and Ministry
se-out continued. Project targeted for financial closure in 201
establishments. Disbursements will be reflected in 2011. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011.

se-out continued. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011.




ing decentralized monitoring by district environment units completed. Activities are completed but final payments still due to take place in 2011. Project targeted for financial closure in 2011



ect is nearly completed, financial completion under way
mittee (outside Iraq) to review the draft and the committee concluded modified draft which is circulated to all aiuthorities for final comments. Train the trainers workshop for Customs Officer
t for the MAC retrofit incentive programme and the service kits were shipped during the last week of December. The first workshop on MAC retrofitting will take place in February 2011 in Jo
efitting from the retrofitting to no ODS alternatives. Tihs is an important remaining activity to ensure all CFC use is phased out.




 Project completed in Dec 2010.

. UNEP and NOU organized 2 customs training sessions and two meetings for national legal and technical teams reposible for updating the national legislation and for refrigeration technical a

tion Equipment conducted. Refrigeration servicing equipment was received by the country in 2010. One workshop on recovery and recycling of R12, R22 held. Fourth congress of Republica



ne (1) set of R&R basic tools, including one (1) recovery unit and multi-gas analyzer, was procured and transferred to National Refrigeration Association. In 2010 alone, 1.9 Mt of CFC-12 was
 efrigrigeration association is nearly ready to be launched. One 2 day technicians Training was conducted in Luangprabang province on Sept 30. About 50 technicians from 9 provinces of Nor




argeted for financial closure in 2011.

egeration technicians were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS. Both Customs Officers and Refrigeration Technicians training schools have incorporated Montreal Protocol Issu

 al in Margibi, Bong and Grand Bassa counties. Centers continued provision of technical advice on retrofits and lent R&R tools to technicians. National expert provided supervision and check
ed for the area of Benghazi. Training activities as well as assistance to growers will be ensured in the course of 2011.
scheduled for 1st Q 2011. UNIDO mission is planned to take place in February 2011to assist in RMP equipment delivery which are at the premisses of the NOU; practical training on proper u
ed for the area of Benghazi. Training activities as well as assistance to growers will be ensured in the course of 2011. Project tranche completed.
or the second tranche will be submitted to the 63rd ExCom Mtg.
 enters continued ; National Expert to be recruited to accomplish reporting activities and to prepare final report.



workshops of 90 refrigeration technicians have been organized.

on technicians, and 15 police officers were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS. Both Customs Officers and Refrigeration Technicians training schools have incorporated Mont




and one end-user workshop. Nine (9) end-users participated in the equipment retrofit programme. Two R&R workshops were held in 2010 with 42 technicians trainined. The disbursement und
ibuted thru subsidised voucher scheme. MAC component is closed. For refrigeration servicing sector, 2,738 technicians from 1,330 workshops trained and certified. As of Dec 2010, a total of
orcement officers played a very important role in the CFC phase out. TPMP activities provided training for technician and customs and law enforcement officers. Technician training was prov
P component are being finalised and expected to be signed by Q1/Q2 of 2011. Funds available under TPMP and RMP proposed to be used to sustain zero ODS consumption and support HCF
 Government and UNEP for implementation. The procurement of equipment is being processed.
ing in mind decision 60/11, the program was designed to include activiteis to sustain zero CFC consumption and support HCFC phase-out. The agreement is expected to be signed by Q1 of th




ast invoices expected in 2011.



IDO at 62nd Meeting. Therefore, date of completion of the project is no longer applicable to Canada.

has under alterantives. 2011 we will continue new agreemenst with farmers for further conversions
ability of the phase-out.
re replaced (the target was 10), and as of Dec 06, collection rates on loans were 100%. Project completed.
hectares under alternatives. 2011 we will continue new agreements with farmers for further conversions.



 e training equipement was prepared.

ion equipment. All companies have completed the replacement of CFC equipment by the end of 2010. For the remainder of funds, it was decided to invite one more end-user company to parti




and consumables have been purchased and distributed focusing on the use of high quality compost and biofumigation (main selected alternative for green beans) as well as grafting (main selec

and consumables have been purchased and distributed focusing on the use of high quality compost and biofumigation (main selected alternative for green beans) as well as grafting (main selec
 process for school curiculla for both customs training school and refrigeration technician vacational training college. The ODS were reviewed to include HCFC control and have been submitt
ade to identify suppliers in neighboring countries - in addition to international - only one complete bid received. It was agreed that a sole-source justification to be prepared to seek waiver. End




nforcement officers played a very important role in the CFC phase out. TPMP activities provided training for technician and customs and law enforcement officers. Technician training was pr
to equip service agencies in RAC servicing so that they adopt good service practices including recovery of refrigerant.
 uipment conversions and training workshops, participated in the management inventory and supervision of equipment and tools granted to technicians and Centers of Retrofitting. Several mee
es. The incentive programme for key sectors has been very succesfull in lowering the demand for CFCs in Nicaragua.

isbursed. Local transportation and distribution of the equipment are planned for 1q 2011.
dalities and plan the next year's activities.



o day monitoring operations. For foams, phase-II completed and phase-III to be completed in 2010. Training of customs officers and technicians continued, R&R equipment distributed. Incen



ed. Training on the equipment operation is planned in March 2011.
waiting for the Government's signature.




lies for ODS and other controlled substances was provided. Awareness raising activities within customs personnel was undertaking with broad participation (approximately 150). Training in r
 eceived training. The reconversion of the fishning fleet was completed in 2010.



4 joint inspection meetings with Customs and Controlling Office. Portable ODS identifiers equipment distributed to the Custom Officers. The ODS Import/Export Quota System and ODS base



censing system and prevention of illegal trade. NOU has now access to the online customs system to approve ODS licenses and to provide timely information for import controls. 13 trainers an
A) agreed to with country and is prepared for signing with Government and UNDP Peru.
NOU should report to the Ministry of Environment or the Ministry of Production. It was decided at the end of 2010 that the NOU will continue reporting to the Ministry of Production. Activiti
d economically-feasible by PARII due to low amounts of reclaimable refrigerants from the servicing sector. Hence, an alternative model to establish an ODS management plan, including the c
 ompletion are for Primefoam and Space Savers. Blutherm has finalized contract agreement with supplier to finish delivery and installation of equipment before Jul 2011. For MAC inspection,
 technical team and agreed on expedited and adjusted workplan to accommodate changes and to incorporate the 2nd tranche of the project which approved in Nov 2009. However, the respons



NIDO and the contract with the international consultant was terminated. This progress report therefore only includes activities up to April 2010: The project has been suffering from a long del



eration technicians were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS. Both Customs Officers and Refrigeration Technicians training schools have incorporated Montreal Protocol Issues
otection topic and importance of refrigeration industry's involvement and support. An awareness raising workshop held for end-user companies from milk industry in May 2010 (retrofit techni
 th train training in Air-conditioning and refrigeration. National trainer was contracted to organize and deliver the training session of 20 Customs Officers 2010. This included officers from bo
covery, recycling and retrofitting. 34 persons attended at least one training session, while 32 technicians completed the training. Representation was from the formal and informal sectors. The

 a very important role in the CFC phase out. TPMP activities provided training for technician and customs and law enforcement officers. Technician training was provided to 152 technicians i

 an is expected to be finalised by Q1/Q2 for the year 2011 and implementation is expected to be completed in 2011 or early 2012.



r the quotations received were above the available budget in the project and had to be cancelled. It is plan to drop in with ISCEON 39. The project will be completed as soon as the drop in is d
neficiaries of the equipment is completed. The first sets will be distributed at the MAC retrofit workshop at the end of January 2011.
 May 2011 to conclude the Customs training component. NOU organized several meetings for the National Ozone Committee to review and update local ODS regulation, the committee conclu



 ision in 2006 to cease the bilateral window, UNIDO was the the sole implementing agency with Sweden supporting only through the already contracted Swedish consultants. With ExCom dec



 proposed costs for its services turned to be too high. Upon identification and selection of local entities for training and R&R operation by NOU and PMU, UNIDO will arrange bidding and su


to include HCFC control measures, training curiculla for both customs training school and refrigeration technician training college. The NOU established Project Monitoring Unit (PMU) to ov
ational team of technical experts pre-screened fifteen (15) companies to participate in the end-user programme. Twenty four (24) units of MAC (and some household) equipment were retrofitte

P component are being finalised and expected to be signed by Q1/Q2 of 2011. Funds available under TPMP and RMP proposed to be used to sustain zero ODS consumption and support HCF
awaiting for the Government's signature.
demonstration equipment for Sudan University for Science and Technology (SUST) specified. Bidding to be initiated in January 2011.
oundation for Labor Mobilization, revise air-conditioning and refrigeration technicians syllabus and to conduct train the trainer workshop. Equipment procurement is completed. Equipment h
completed mid-2011.
asures, reviewed training curiculla for both customs training school and refrigeration technician training college. The NOU supported activities of Refrigeration Association. The country fin




nsive training activities took place in 2010. Project to be completed in early 2011. Final workshop is under preparation.
ment officers: reviewd ODS regulations to include HCFC control measures, training curiculla for both customs training school and refrigeration technician training college. The NOU establishe
Zanzibar. At all five (5) centers in Kigoma and Mwanza, NOU held specialized training sessions for refrigeration technicains followed by demonstration of centers operation for awareness rais
 total of 3,110 technicians from ceritified RSS workshops have been trained and certified. 1,643 RSS additional basic tools were distributed to RSS workshops. All components under NCCP a
 nd deliverd to training centers. Remaining training equipment is expected to be delivered by May 2011. Investment component for 18 MB users is ongoing. The fumigation servicing company




ining workshops held for Customs. Procurement of recovery and recycling equipment and refrigerant identifiers initiated and underway. Second tranche of NOPP approved in July 2010 which
  Implementation status and verification report will be submitted in 2011. National Consultant hired in 2010 to complete the annual program/implementation status report.




ning course. Training equipment was provided to the centres to conduct similar courses and 18 conversions conducted under the incentive scheme.

hnicians manifested the need of training in specific areas such as the handling of HCFC alternatives (HCs and ammoniac), the NOU is organizing a training on this area with the participation




 hillers will be installed and operational in June 2011. Another 2 chillers are already advertised and the offers will be received in January, it is expected to purchase it in February. Once the chil




leted activities include: survey, collection of samples (both in the North and South), rearing in laboratories, experiment on resistance of insects and associated reports provided to PMU for con
e solarization technology on their farms (thermal polyethylene – PE, humidity scale, thermometer). On-site trainings were held at each of the 3 farms, with 10 farmers participating at each one
refrigerant machines and the ones delivered are designed for single refrigerants. UNIDO is trying to resolve the problem with the supplier and request either modification of the machines or re
nd relevant authorities, awareness raising to traders/importers and training workshop for media authorities and experts. National Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Taskforce started its activiti
tion technicians, and 10 Environmental Inspectors were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS. Both Customs Officers and Refrigeration Technicians training schools have incorp
blished and fully operational assisting the stakeholders on alternative technology. As a result of workshops in 2010, the capacity of technicians in retrofit centers was increased to understand re
s were distributed until 12-2008, remaining 63 units will be distributed in 2009. A 2nd train the trainer workshop was organized in Nov-2008.




 the ODS legislation and for monitoring activities to ensure sustainable phase-out.

survey conducted in 2009, also completed in 2010. Disbursement of funds for reimbursement, in line with the terms laid out on the project’s Grant Agreement, and initiation of the final projec




ment and parts. Thus, the main 2010 NCPP implementation was concentrated on non-investment activities (awareness raising, additional training, monitoring etc.). The 2011 NCPP work prog




0/2011. Bahrain soceity of engineers monitored the implmentation of the project and provided 2 reports on progress. Final MAC training and technical assistance component to large end-user
acted to inform about the workshop. A mission by international expert was planned in the end of 2010, but due to political situation, the workshop and the visit were moved to 2011. Despite lo
gpur, Dinajpur, Sylhet, Mymensing, Tangail, Satkhira, Jessore, Kustia, Narayanganj, Dhaka(2), Gajipur. About 1000 technicians were trained. Two seminars were held in Dhaka and Chittago
 ere organized as part of the technician training programme in Dhaka, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Chittagong, Rangpur & Khulna Division. Awareness Material: Training video (Duration 10 Minutes) :




ditional training sessions completed with the participation of 80 technicians not previously trained in Tarija, Santa Cruz. Awareness material produced and distributed, including a book on go




mercial operations; 4 out of 5 planned storage centres for contaminated or impure CFCs established; recovery, recycling and reclaiming of CFC 12 continued and extended to HCFC 22 and H




20 in the second tranche);

based equipment.
monitoring systems for real-time control of MeBr trade, and to learn new methodologies and approaches of project implementation that may be replicated in Chile. The expert has also started d




on production were within the agreed limits for 2008; data for 2009 shows that compliance with production phase-out target continues.
 sion control measures. The allowed consumption issued for PAI for 2010 was 220 ODP tons of CTC consistent with the ExCom agreement. CNAO did the verification and confirmed that the



DSIV) is completed in order to permit monitoring.



 rootstocks. Awareness programme, particularly on ginger, tomato and cucumber. Monitoring on strawberry, tobacco and commodity sector.



 and distribute to the public ; Refrigerant Recovery from national pilot electric home appliances dismantling stations; Equipping ICR servicing enterprises and training centers with CFC R&R

d by ExCom), formulate the detailed ToR for the additional technical assistance. The amended contract will be issued beginning 2011. The request for 3rd tranche will be submitted to the Nove




ment process progressing rapidly.

n of the annual seminar-workshop for the training institutes with the participation of 55 trainers and completion of 10,000 records into the NOU’s servicing database. Technical assistance was




11. Large balance due to late payment of equipment vendor, which had to be postponed till 2011.




red during autumn 2004. A mission took place in March 2005. The IC participated in the training of the reclamation facilities in October 2005. The SEI and the IC met with UNIDO in Vienna
ion, trials and training.




ct is not relevant for meeting the 2010 target. Activities almost completed.




. Technicians have received training in Good Refrigerant Management Practices. Recovery and recycling equipment have been supplied and are in use. Second and third tranches were approve




  required for CFC recovery were purchased to equip at least 10 recovery and storage centres. Training for operators will be carried out in February 2011 and it is expecting the system fully ope
e office with all other relevant Governmental institutions was elaborated.
es (invoices, declarations), the ODS control classifying by Groups, according to the Montreal Protocol, giving details on chemical and trade names, establishing the tariff codes for the country
shops. Planning meeting for establishment of Refrigeration Association was held in February and the country is on coarse to completion of the first tranche
NOU technical specification were prepared for the following: purchase of tools for didactic and working purpose in three training centers, tools for good refrigeration practices for 200 technicia




 g schools have incorporated Montreal Protocol Issues in their training curricula. The NOU engaged into sensitisation campaign of the revised ODS Regulations
 mplementation as planned. The companies which wished to retrofit their CFC equipment were identified. Three companies submitted applications to receive grants: Marine sea food, Cattini E

 eration and instructions on its maintenance. The project is finalized operationally. Two (2) medical experts were contracted. MDI seminars in four (4) locations. Two publications developed an




 he customs training. Training of technicians in recovery and reuse of refrigerants and good servicing practices was held. The service technicians formed an association. The recovery and recy



 y generic to Customs Officials, effective operation control system of ODSs import/export and compliance of ODSs national Regulations), fast tools for ODS detection, and the video “ Nothing




 g technicians, equipment was purchased for a total of USD 96,099, 51 customs officers were trained, training and public awareness materials were produced, Code of Good Practice manual fo




 practices were delivered through signatures of agreement between NOU and beneficiaries. Agreement (SSFA) under negotiation with the Government to link the use of remaining funds with t



  solid) and strengthen the laboratory for the quality control. The use of this bio-antagonist is covering more and more areas eliminating successfully the use of MeBr. Excosur is also producing
 ent of CFC. A ambitious project for drop in domestic refrigerators with hydrocarbon is being implemented, at the time of the report a total of 400 domestic refrigerators have been charged wit
ment will be completed by April 14, 2011. It is expected that MOEF will sign the Performance Agreements shortly after, and the first tranche of funds can then be disbursed to the CFC produce



 he Technical Assistance component which is to be disbursed shortly. However, since the Bank used the same legal instrument to disburse additional funds of the Accelerated CFC Phaseout Pl

 DS free technology had been found eligible for funding. The grant agreements have been signed and the subprojects have been completed in August 2009.



  of equipment is to be finalized upon selection of a local supplier.
 een slow to disburse and Ministry has requested UNEP support in this activity. Bank is reviewing the legal arrangements for subcontracting UNEP (in a similar arrangement as CFC phaseout




geted for financial closure in 2011.
 ers workshop for Customs Officers and relevant authorities organized by UNEP in Amman during Dec 2010 and 25 Master Trainers were trained. National committee for updating the refriger
  take place in February 2011 in Jordan. Other trainings will be completed during the first quarter of 2011. A detailed report including the request for the second tranche will be submitted to th




 on and for refrigeration technical aspects (curricula, codes, standards, etc.). It is agreed with NOU of Kuwait that due to delay in disbursing funds, 2nd tranche of TPMP will be incorporated w

 eld. Fourth congress of Republican Public Association of refrigeration technicians “Ecoholod” held in Feb 2010. SSFA signed. Equipment provided to the National Refrigeration Association



2010 alone, 1.9 Mt of CFC-12 was recycled . TPMP programme is complete.
chnicians from 9 provinces of Northern and Central parts of Laos attended. A meeting was carried out on the acquisition of refrigeration service kits.




 corporated Montreal Protocol Issues in their training curricula. The NOU conducted sensitisation works for policy makers on the revised ODS Regulations.

ert provided supervision and check over the equipment use. Through technical advice, 65 technicians trainined in retrofit techniques and continued with retrofits of domestic equipment. Eleve

NOU; practical training on proper using of equipment along with awarenes workshop and handing over the equipment to beneficiaries. Meeting with NOU to agree on the work plan to impleme




 g schools have incorporated Montreal Protocol Issues in their training curricula and implementation of the new curricula has started. The NOU engaged into sensitisation campaign of the revis




ns trainined. The disbursement under the 2nd tranche reached 83%.
ertified. As of Dec 2010, a total of 500 sets of basic tools and 195 units of R&R machines distributed thru voucher scheme. Custom training component completed after 4 series of training con
 ers. Technician training was provided to 52 technicians in the servicing workshops that contributed in improvement of refrigeration services and adopting good practices in the domestic refrig
DS consumption and support HCFC phaseout in line with decision 60/11.

s expected to be signed by Q1 of the year 2011 and activities are expected to be implemented by Q2 and Q3 for the year 2011.
ne more end-user company to participate and receive grant for equipment replacement. Last application received in the end of 2010. 95% delivery was achieved in the second tranche.




 ns) as well as grafting (main selected alternative for cucurbits). The achieved phase-out is within the agreed phase-out schedule. Contract for the supply of a composting plant has been awarde

 ns) as well as grafting (main selected alternative for cucurbits). The achieved phase-out is within the agreed phase-out schedule. Contract for the supply of a composting plant has been awarde
 FC control and have been submitted to government for approval.The Project Monitoring Unit is operational and monitors the implementation of the TPMP activities.
 o be prepared to seek waiver. End-user incentives project: NOO successfully convinced remaining enterprises still using CFC to voluntarily convert, and requested that remaining funds for thi




 ficers. Technician training was provided to 300 technicians in cooperation with Nepal Refrigeration and Electro Mechanical Association wherein curriculum was formulated following the cou

 enters of Retrofitting. Several meetings were held with the Ministry of Health, the refrigeration technicians association and training institutes to explain the scope of the conversion program, a




R&R equipment distributed. Incentive programme for comm. ref. progressed as per plan. Programme to complete with remaining activities and latest tranches approved at 57th and 60th ExCo




 approximately 150). Training in recovery, recycling and reuse of ODS was delivered to 20 staff in central office. Training in ODS control and enforcement to 20 officers and agents in the nort




xport Quota System and ODS based equipment according to Decree N° 12.685/08 fully implemented. Cooperation agreement signed between Customs and the NOU to share ODSs import/exp



 for import controls. 13 trainers and 10 customs officers received training. GPR were promoted through strategic partnerships with government and educational institutions. 30 technical semin

he Ministry of Production. Activities would resume in 2011.
management plan, including the collection, transport, and storage of recovered refrigerants and unwanted ODS was proposed by the PMU and included in the 2010-2011 Biennual Plan of the
 re Jul 2011. For MAC inspection, database for registered vehicles is in operation and being utilized nationwide. NCPP will provide LTO Regional and District Offices nationwide posters remi
  Nov 2009. However, the responsibilites of the National Ozone Unit of Qatar was transferred to new formed internal committee (within ministry of Environment) with no clear information on



has been suffering from a long delay even though a lot of progress was made during the last two years. The training of trainers for the vocation schools have been held and they have received t



orporated Montreal Protocol Issues in their training curricula. The NOU engaged into sensitisation campaign of the revised ODS Regulations and supported the stregthening of the Refirigeratio
 ustry in May 2010 (retrofit techniques covered) - 5 companies participated. Eight (8) end-user companies accessed incentives for equipment retrofit.
 10. This included officers from both Nevis and St. Kitts. This training included the application of the regulations for the control of the trade of ODS into SKN, control and prevention of illega
 formal and informal sectors. The training activity was conducted by a local lecturer of the refrigeration and air-conditioning programme at the Community College and a local technician, both

 was provided to 152 technicians in the servicing workshops that contributed in improvement of refrigeration services and adopting good practices in the domestic refrigeration and AC servici




mpleted as soon as the drop in is done and CFC recovered.

S regulation, the committee concluded with the decision to to wait for the new GCC unified regulation planned to be issued by end of 2011 in order to avoid long regulatory process. Meanwhil



dish consultants. With ExCom decision 60/3 in April 2010, however the full project was handed over from Sweden to UNIDO and the contract with the international consultant was terminated



 NIDO will arrange bidding and supply necessary equipment and tools. Contract for local consulting company to carry out non investment activities cancelled, re-bidding requested by NOU. M


oject Monitoring Unit (PMU) to oversee the implementation of both firts tranche and second tranche TPM. Progress has delayed due to sudden change of Ozone Officer. CAP is trying to bring
usehold) equipment were retrofitted with the use of HFC-134a. Improved performance of retrofitted MAC equipment was recorded. Capacity strenthening of two centers of excellence was perf

DS consumption and support HCFC phaseout in line with decision 60/11.



 ement is completed. Equipment has been distributed to technical schools, and individual technicians. NOU technical staff was funded to attend the 2010 Belize English Caribbean Network M

 on Association. The country finalised the review of ODS Regulations to include control of HCFC and submitted to Attorney General for approval process. The NOU finalised the review of t




ining college. The NOU established Project Monitoring Unit (PMU) to oversee the implementation of both firts tranche and second tranche TPM. Supported the stregthening of the National an
enters operation for awareness raising purposes. Majority of events were attended by UNDP Tanzania. The technical review of four (4) end-user applications was finalized and grants disbiurse
ps. All components under NCCP are completed except for the distribution of RIs to various agencies. NOU will continue to implement all proposed activities in 2010-2012 Annual Work Plan
The fumigation servicing company group sub-project is physically and financially completed. All 19 fumigation servicing companies have recieved training and fumigation equipment. A prop




OPP approved in July 2010 which will be utilized in part to implement the 2010-2011 work plan that focuses on ensuring sustainable phase-out.




on this area with the participation of international experts . The NOU completed 12 visits to monitor importers, 12 visits to technicians to monitor TPMP activities and 12 visits to areas out of




chase it in February. Once the chillers are installed, the end users will pay back the loan for the revolving funds which will be managed by FONDOIN. As soon as the funds are recovered more




d reports provided to PMU for consideration. Bidding on the lab equipment for the Pest Resistance Control Unit completed and PMU is working on bid documents for training center equipmen
  farmers participating at each one. Bio- fumigation with local radish seeds is still under implementation in Dhamar Governarate, at Al-Khupaji farm. Biofumigation is also recommended for A
modification of the machines or replacement. After award of the contacts for the foaming machines, experts of the supplier visited the companies. It was evident that the presses available also
oning Taskforce started its activities in updating the curricula and layout of national codes of practices for the servicing sectors. Development of codes of good practices and certification schem
icians training schools have incorporated Montreal Protocol Issues in their training curricula and implementation of the new curricula has started. The NOU engaged into sensitisation campaig
 ers was increased to understand retrofit technologies for obsolete CFC equipment.
t, and initiation of the final project activity, procurement and distribution of recovery equipment, remain under discussion at Ministerial level, where delays are attributed to the financial crisis




g etc.). The 2011 NCPP work program mainly envisages the re-start of the chiller project upon resolving the problem with the imported equipment customs clearance and tax exemption and a




 tance component to large end-users are planned for first half of 2011 but will be delayed due to recent unrest situation in the the country. UNEP worked out with NOU and UNDP work-plan
 it were moved to 2011. Despite low delivery in the 2nd tranche (due to reasons above), the overall delivery of two tranches combined is 85%.
s were held in Dhaka and Chittagong on Chiller sector ODS phase-out and alternatives to be adopted in chiller sector. 200 personnel handling policy issues and operating/servicing chillers atte
ing video (Duration 10 Minutes) : Disseminate during RAC Training; Poster (Related to good service practices) : Disseminate during RAC Training
     





istributed, including a book on good practices for refrigeration technicians. Sixty inspections visits to technicians completed to collect information on the use of CFCs.




d and extended to HCFC 22 and HFC 134a; several targeted workshops including "diffusion of the use of alternative fluids in RAC systems" held; technical standards for the use of refrigerants
Chile. The expert has also started diagnosis of trade control of MeBr including competent authorities and legislation.




verification and confirmed that the 2010 CTC consumption was below the 220 ODP. Exact figure will be known by first half of 2011.




d training centers with CFC R&R equipment.; developed the government decree to restrict the CFC venting and release in the process of refrigeration equipment service and retired equipment

nche will be submitted to the November 2011 meeting. The contract for 2011 quota will be signed with enterprises.




atabase. Technical assistance was provided on adecuate disposal of halons to end-users in the telecommunications, banking, oil and energy sectors. .




the IC met with UNIDO in Vienna in September 2005 to discuss some outstanding issues. In March 2006 SEI received the final report from the national consultant/PMU. The project was com




nd and third tranches were approved at the 56th Meeting. The following activities were delivered under these tranches: (i) A total of 26 technicians in the field trained and certified in retrofit, r




it is expecting the system fully operational in March 2011. It is planned to purchase tools for other storage centres depending on the results.

ng the tariff codes for the country.
eration practices for 200 technicians and refrigerant identifiers. The training centers will play the role of recovery and recycling centers as well. The bidding is ongoing and the tools are expect




 grants: Marine sea food, Cattini Enterprise ltd and Tropical Ice plant. NOU held two sensitization workshops for End Users on the 7th of October and 23rd of December 2010 respectively.

ns. Two publications developed and distributed. Draft strategy under preparation. Customs officer training was held in April 2009 (25 participants).




 ssociation. The recovery and recycling (R&R) programme is progressing with good results. A total of 17 R&R centres were established throughout Grenada. A local consultant attended the 20



detection, and the video “ Nothing to declare” was exhibited. The purchasing of equipment and tools started.




 Code of Good Practice manual for refrigeration technicians production initiated. The following activities have been carried out under this tranche as: equipment and tools distributed to traine




k the use of remaining funds with the HCFCs phase-out jump-start.



f MeBr. Excosur is also producing thricoderm and is strengthen the laboratory. The company was provided with the latest laboratory tools and the staff trained in the use of gas chromatograph
 frigerators have been charged with R-290 and the CFC recovered and taken to the recovery and recycling centre. The project aims to replace the refrigerant for hydrocarbon in 1600 domestic
n be disbursed to the CFC producers. Expected timeline is July 2011. Technical audit for CY2010 is currently being undertaken and the audit report will be submitted for the 64th ExCom Mee



 the Accelerated CFC Phaseout Plan, the legal agreement will need to be revised to extend project completion date to December 2011. This activity is in process and will be completed by May




lar arrangement as CFC phaseout project). Project had to be extended to December 2012 to complete this activity.
ommittee for updating the refrigeration technical and vocational curricula established and assessed the update needs. The committee concluded with 1st draft update which is under review by
ond tranche will be submitted to the 63rd meeting.




 e of TPMP will be incorporated with in the HPMP proposal as per ExCom guidance.

National Refrigeration Association EcoHold. Four training sessions of customs officers completed in second half of 2010. 7 Training sessions on MDI (354 persons trained) completed in hosp




ofits of domestic equipment. Eleven (11) larger commercial end-users retrofitted their equipment through the incentive program. Four (4) end-users were interested to participate, but budget co

agree on the work plan to implement final activities of the 2nd and 3rd tranche is also scheduled.




sensitisation campaign of the revised ODS Regulations to the general public.




pleted after 4 series of training conducted in 2010. Under the MAC Inspection Requirement, an addititonal 16 refrigeration identifiers were distributed to DOE branch offices in Nov 2010. All
 od practices in the domestic refrigeration and AC servicing sector. Training of more than 75 law enforcement officers from the customs, police and National Security and Defence Forces cont
ved in the second tranche.




 composting plant has been awarded. In the course of 2011 and 2012, the activities will focus on training on the production of high-quality compost as well as optimizing the selection of resista

 composting plant has been awarded. In the course of 2011 and 2012, the activities will focus on training on the production of high-quality compost as well as optimizing the selection of resista

uested that remaining funds for this be used to complement funds available for purchase of equipment. At this time it is expected that purchase of equipment will be effective sometime during




 was formulated following the course contents of the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) of Nepal. And 112 technicians in the servicing workshops that contrib

 cope of the conversion program, activities, results, financial resources uses and other operative aspects of the TPMP. 134 equipment kits were purchased in January 2010 to be delivered accro




 s approved at 57th and 60th ExCom by end of 2011.




  20 officers and agents in the north region. New recruited period of staff took place all year long and will continue as part of recurrent activities be joint 2010. Equipment to condition the cust




he NOU to share ODSs import/export data and ODSs license authorization on-line license system. Training and informing the staff directly related to CFCs import procedures through the organ



nal institutions. 30 technical seminars on good practices and the use of alternatives were held and 450 additional tool kits were purchased. 679 technicians were trained and 635 training kits dis



e 2010-2011 Biennual Plan of the NCPP approved at the 60th ExCom Meeting. Procurement and selection process for equipment which complements that already procured under the reclama
 ct Offices nationwide posters reminding motorists that vehicles with CFC-12 aircon will not be registered starting 1 Jan 2012. For the Voucher System, WB cleared payment for 32 vouchers b
ment) with no clear information on who is new focal point or ODS Officer. UNEP/UNIDO conducted joint mission early 2011 to breif national officials about impact of delay and to assist in ex



been held and they have received the equipment needed for their training. Training of the existing workforce has also been conducted although in April 2010 a number of training sessions still



he stregthening of the Refirigeration Association.

N, control and prevention of illegal trade and introduction to the Green Customs initiatives. In March 2010 , 14 stakeholders participated of the Legal Workshop on Substances that Deplete de
 ollege and a local technician, both previously trained by UNEP. 29 Technicians were trained in Good Practices, Recovery, Recycling and Retrofitting of Fixed systems. 65 Customs officers w

mestic refrigeration and AC servicing sector. Training of more than 100 Customs, Quarantine and conservation officers contributed to implementation of ODS regulations during importation; A




 ong regulatory process. Meanwhile, the committee and NOU adjusted old procedural tools to strengthen the ODS licensing system including HCFC and to combat illegal trade. Training equip



national consultant was terminated. The project struggled with serious delays from the start, partly due to the difficulties in making the PMU operational and frequent changes of staff at the NO



 , re-bidding requested by NOU. Meeting with NOU to agree on accelerated work plan to be scheduled for February 2011.


one Officer. CAP is trying to bring the new Ozone Officer up-to-date and revitalise the implementation of project activities
two centers of excellence was performed in parallel to similar activities carried out under RMP - specialized trainings in retrofit techniques were held under umbrella of RMP. Two centers of e




 ize English Caribbean Network Meeting.

The NOU finalised the review of training curricula for refrigeration association and submitted it to the Vacational Training College Board for approval and immedaite implementation. The NO




 the stregthening of the National and Regional Refrigeration Assoiciations. Second tranche approved during 58th ExCom. The NOU conducted additional training for both customs officer and
 was finalized and grants disbiursement procedure was initiated. Through national experts, NOU is in the process of sensitization of additional end-users to participate in the grant programme.
 in 2010-2012 Annual Work Plan to ensure sustainable CFC phaseout.
  nd fumigation equipment. A proposal for a sub-project for storage facility owner without in-house fumigation has been cleared. Financial assistance for additional sub-projects (type 2) to be p




 vities and 12 visits to areas out of Montevideo to identify additional technicians.




 n as the funds are recovered more chillers will be purchased. Among other activities, a big effort is being done in a potential destruction project using the cement kiln in the facilities of a big p




ments for training center equipment. Field demonstration contract to replace MB in soil fumigation signed Dec 2010, inception report for selected beneficaries completed, consumables to be d
igation is also recommended for Al-Shamhazi farm located near Atheen village which is one of the coldest areas in Yemen. In cooperation with Al-Reyada'a Women’s Association, a meeting
ent that the presses available also require replacement however the funds of the second tranche were required to award the contracts. The second tranche was approved at the 60th meeting and
d practices and certification scheme for servicing sectors is shifted to be included in HPMP due to limitation of resources available within NPP compared to actual needed to start and complet
ngaged into sensitisation campaign of the revised ODS Regulations to the general public and supported the activities of the Refrigeration technicians.
re attributed to the financial crisis. Bank worked with the NOU to prepare a project completion work plan for 2011 and will undertake an implementation support mission to reconcile disburse




earance and tax exemption and a number of non-investment activities such as audits of the use of recovery equipment supplied, reinforcement of R&R centers, training workshops on the use o




with NOU and UNDP work-plan for the 2nd tranche implmentation including new country contract to complment to the 1st tranche country contract. However, delay in submitting final finan

nd operating/servicing chillers attended the workshop. Awareness activities were organized in conjunction with retrofit project. Participants in these programs included local administration, e




tandards for the use of refrigerants completed.
ent service and retired equipment disposal. This sector plan will be completed in 2011.




ultant/PMU. The project was completed in June 2006. PCR was submitted in April 2010.




d trained and certified in retrofit, recovery and recycling, in servicing of MACS. Upon training completion, participants received a pocket version of the Code of Good Practices and a toolbox
 s ongoing and the tools are expected to be delivered to the country in May 2011.




 f December 2010 respectively.




 A local consultant attended the 2010 LAC network meeting in October 2010 in Mexico City, Mexico. A national staff attended a technical workshop in Belize. Licensing and quota system fo




ment and tools distributed to trained technicians, 5 training workshops for technicians in good refrigeration practices delivered, with specific emphasis on technicians in the informal sector, 3 p




d in the use of gas chromatograph and other tools. The cover of the net house was replaced after damaged due to the high radiation in the area. Suragroh continues with the grafting process an
or hydrocarbon in 1600 domestic refrigerators. The CFC was also recovered in the main public hospitals.
ubmitted for the 64th ExCom Meeting.



 ess and will be completed by May 2011.
update which is under review by a group on national experts from related educational and vocational authorities* Training equipment purchased and will arrive Iraq during 1st half of 2011.*




ersons trained) completed in hospitals. One MAC training workshop completed. Two R&R workshops completed.




ested to participate, but budget constraints did not allow clearance of applications. Terminal project steering committee meeting to close the project scheduled for Q1 2010.




E branch offices in Nov 2010. All components under the NCCP were completed.
                                                                                                 •
Security and Defence Forces contributed to implementation of ODS regulations during importation. 
Five (5) Sets of ODS identifiers were provided through the projects. The overall result of
 optimizing the selection of resistant rootstocks for grafting. Last tranche was approved at the 62nd ExCom meeting.

 optimizing the selection of resistant rootstocks for grafting. Last tranche was approved at the 62nd ExCom meeting.

will be effective sometime during Q2-2011.




 e servicing workshops that contributed in improvement of refrigeration services and adopting good practices in the domestic refrigeration and AC servicing sector. Training of more than 55 cu

anuary 2010 to be delivered accross the next year during training sessions. 19 recycling and recovery equipment kits were distributed among 3 technical schools and during 16 formal training




 . Equipment to condition the customs laboratory for the identification of ODS and other controlled substances was acquired. Awareness raising activities were undertaken in some elementary




mport procedures through the organization of a “train the trainers” scheme. 13 trainers received information update and 10 front-line officers. . In March 2010 was conducted a training worksh



 re trained and 635 training kits distributed.



lready procured under the reclamation scheme, as well as for contractors for ODS collection, transport and storage was not completed until 2010. Delsa Chemicals and Multi-Products Inc (DC
 leared payment for 32 vouchers but there are still 200 vouchers to be cleared. External audit of voucher system started Feb 2010 and will be completed by Jun 2011. Updating of servicing sec
 impact of delay and to assist in explaining ongoing commitments and projects. Project planned for continuation and completion in 2011 if Ministry of Environment assigned dedicated respon



a number of training sessions still remained to be undertaken. Up to April 2010, the Association of Refrigeration had given interim certificates to 19 Companies and 148 technicians (from whi




 op on Substances that Deplete de Ozone Layer.
 d systems. 65 Customs officers were trained in the Green Customs initiative. Activities are ongoing. Annual implementation plan agreed with the country. SSFA is drafted and expected to be

S regulations during importation; Awareness activities have been carried out for the relevant national stakeholders including workshops to further inform them of the relevant information that t




ombat illegal trade. Training equipment and identifiers for customs supplied and distributed* National team responsible for updating the technical and vocational curricula and codes continue



frequent changes of staff at the NOU. The split with Montenegro also slowed down activities for a while. A new NOU manager was officially assigned as of Dec 2008 and a PMU manager wa




 mbrella of RMP. Two centers of excellence in Freetown - Government Technical Institute and Refrigeration Engineer Association were presented with R&R tools in December 2010. The rem




mmedaite implementation. The NOU conducted random inspection visits to selected boarders to randomly spot check importation of the CFCs into the country.




 ning for both customs officer and refrigeration technicians. 50 customs officers, 100 refregeration technicians, and 10 police officers were trained in the control of illegal importation of ODS.
 rticipate in the grant programme.

tional sub-projects (type 2) to be provided in 2011.




ment kiln in the facilities of a big producer in the country and also a project for the feasibility to replace the refrigerant with hydrocarbon using the locally produced and hydrocarbon.




s completed, consumables to be delivered in Jan 2011 and field trials in Dalat and Sapa to start in 2011.
Women’s Association, a meeting on MB alternatives for decision makers was held in Dhamar Governorate. Fifteen officers from the local council and the Governor Office attended the meetin
 approved at the 60th meeting and consequently the contracts amended. The equipment was shipped at the end of December 2010.
actual needed to start and complete the task properly. 2nd payment under country contract disbursed and final reports for country contract of 1st tranche is yet pending to release final payment
pport mission to reconcile disbursements in Q1 2011.




rs, training workshops on the use of hydrocarbon refrigerants etc.




ver, delay in submitting final financial reports of 1st tranche led to delay in disbursing first payment of 2nd tranche

 s included local administration, elites, school/college teachers and NGOs. Monitoring and follow-up activities were also undertaken in Dhaka and Chittagong during the year 2010.
of Good Practices and a toolbox containing basic refrigeration tools; (ii) 49 Customs officers have been trained in various modules. (iii) A Code of Good Practices in the refrigeration servicin
ze. Licensing and quota system for all imports of refrigerants was included in the existing Supply and Trade Act. Equipment was provided to technicians, including recovering and recycling e




hnicians in the informal sector, 3 public awareness workshops, 3 workshops for customs officers on illegal trade, a regional workshop on prevention of illegal trade in ODS, refrigerant identifie




tinues with the grafting process and has invested almost all the funds in special designed trays. The company is planning also to install a laboratory.
ive Iraq during 1st half of 2011.* PMU established and is operational. PMU consists of 14 memebr with different technical, administrative, financial and monitoring roles* UNEP (as Lead Ag




d for Q1 2010.




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h the projects. The overall result of these activities are control of ODS imports, enforcement of local regulation and subsequent timely phase-out of ODS from Maldives.
Awareness activities
sector. Training of more than 55 customs and enforcement officers from strengthened enforcement at the border with Bhutan, Bangladesh, China and India. Capacity building of medical docto

ols and during 16 formal training sessions. In Dec 2010 NOU submitted interim progress report. 120 technicians were trained through 6 conversion seminars. A total of 15 Centers (CAC) wer




re undertaken in some elementary schools together with NOU. Training of 25 customs officers and agents in north western border in ODS controls enforcement.




 was conducted a training workshop about ODS illegal trade monitoring and control and 15 customs officers attended. Starting cooperation with National Ozone Offices and Customs Officers




micals and Multi-Products Inc (DCMI), a member of PARII, the refrigerant importer association, is the contractor selected for the collection, transport and storage of recovered refrigerants for
n 2011. Updating of servicing sector database will start as soon as the reports from the audit are submitted to NCPP-PMU and will be completed by Q3 2011. For recovered refrigerants, DEN
onment assigned dedicated responisble officer(s). UNEP and NOU agreed, during 1st half of 2010, on expedited and adjusted workplan to accommodate changes and to incorporate the 2nd tr



ies and 148 technicians (from which 89 are still under evaluation). A Governmental Decision had been sent for approval at all the signatory ministries and it was said that it would be publishe
 SFA is drafted and expected to be signed by the country.

m of the relevant information that they need to be aware of. Furthermore, a number of Important Ozone Issues pertaining the Phasing out of CFCs have been published in the Samoa Observer N




onal curricula and codes continue its work and conducted several working meetings out of which UNEP attneded one meeting for advising the team on new emerging issues. the work on the cu



 Dec 2008 and a PMU manager was finally contracted during the autumn 2009. During early spring 2010, two additional experts were contracted making the PMU fully operational. As an imm




 tools in December 2010. The reminder of funds has been reserved for additional specialized trainings in retrofits in Q1-Q2 2011 to complete TPMP. While the major focus in 2010 was on the




 rol of illegal importation of ODS. The NOU engaged into sensitisation campaign of the revised ODS Regulations. The Tanzania Buarea of Standards was involved in the tranings and they wer




 duced and hydrocarbon.




 vernor Office attended the meeting. A primary survey for Governorate of Abyan was carried out April – May 2010. MB is used for banana and garlic farms to treat soil infestations by nemato
t pending to release final payment. UNEP visited Yemen during 2nd half of 2010 and worked out with NOU work-plan for the 2nd tranche implmentation including new country contract to c
g during the year 2010.
actices in the refrigeration servicing sector has been developed and implemented; (iv) A certification scheme for technicians
cluding recovering and recycling equipment. 63 customs officers were trained in the monitoring and control of trade in o




trade in ODS, refrigerant identifiers for custom department were purchased. One training workshop for customs officers
nitoring roles* UNEP (as Lead Agency) organized 3 coordination meeting to NOU/PMU and UNIDO (as cooperating agency) to review




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Maldives.
Awareness activities such as targeted trade fairs exhibiting alternatives available in the market, consumer aw
apacity building of medical doctors through a MDI workshop in cooperation with Ministry of Industry and Department of Drug Administrati

s. A total of 15 Centers (CAC) were enabled with equipments to provide technical assistance for the conversion of




one Offices and Customs Officers from neighbor countries to exchange information on the regional ODSs trade. Paraguay Ozone Unit co-organi




orage of recovered refrigerants for the NCPP. The contract between DENR and Delsa Chemicals was signed 13 Sep 2010 after a long
 . For recovered refrigerants, DENR is awaiting initiation of the disposal activity. Around 3 MT of various refrigerants recovere
 nges and to incorporate the 2nd tranche of the project which approved in Nov 2009. However, the responsibilites of the National Ozone Uni



was said that it would be published in the Official Journal no later than September 2010. The Governmental Decisio
published in the Samoa Observer Newspaper and the main Television channel for effective awareness of the public towards Ozo




merging issues. the work on the curricula update expected to continue during the second tranch and to be completed by 2012 and will conti



PMU fully operational. As an immediate result of these recruitments, by April 2010 substantial progress had been made on a number of activities




he major focus in 2010 was on the expedient completion of RMP programme which started with delay due to lack of CFC import licensing s




olved in the tranings and they were also provided with refrigerants identifiers. The Tanzania Customs Training School incorpor




o treat soil infestations by nematodes. 2 meetings were held between Alakel Company and NOU to introduce Grafting Technology in S
ncluding new country contract to complment to the 1st tranche country contract. However, delay in submitting fin

				
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