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1 GEF Evaluation Office MID-TERM REVIEW OF THE GEF RESOURCE ALLOCATION FRAMEWORK Quintile Analysis Statistical Annex #3, Rev.1 19 November 2008

2 Contents A quintile in this paper means one fifth or 20% of a given number of eligible countries in a focal area. There are 150 countries eligible for the biodiversity resource allocation and 161 for the climate change resource allocation under the RAF. Five quintiles are thus defined as: 1) 30 countries in each quintile in the biodiversity focal area, and 2) 32 countries in each of 4 quintiles and 31 are in the fifth quintile in the climate change focal area. This paper presents the quintiles constructed by GEF benefit index (GBI) in the biodiversity and climate change focal areas and by GEF performance index (GPI). The country movements from the quintiles of GBI to the quintiles of GPI are also presented. Quintile tables: Page 1. The quintiles by GEF benefit index in biodiversity 3 Table 1: Quintiles by GEF benefit index score for biodiversity 4 2. The quintiles by GEF benefit index in climate change 5 Table 2: Quintiles by GEF benefit index score for climate change 6 3. The quintiles by GEF performance Index (GPI) 7 Table 3: Quintiles by GEF performance index (GPI) score 8 4. Changes in quintiles by GBI 9 Table 4: Quintile changes from GPI to GBI 9 5. The quintiles by baseline GHG emission 13 Table 5: Quintiles by baseline GHG emission The quintiles by Carbon Intensity adjustment factor 15 Table 6: Quintiles by carbon intensity factor 16 Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 2

3 1. The quintiles by GEF benefit index in biodiversity The GBI values of the 150 biodiversity countries are between 0.07 and and their accumulated GBI is 7637 in total. Countries are sorted by GBI value in descending order and placed 30 countries in each quintile. Table 1 (next page) shows the quintiles constructed. The quintiles have the following attributes: Quintile 1 is the highest quintile by GBI. Its GBI ranges from 56 to 664 with mean = This quintile is accountable for 76.7% of the total GBI for the 150 biodiversity countries Quintile 2 ranges from GBI = 22.8 to GBI = 55 with mean = 34.9, and takes 13.7% of the total GBI Quintile 3 ranges from GBI = to GBI = 22.4 with mean = 15.9, and collects 6.3% of the total GBI Quintile 4 ranges from GBI = 3.58 to GBI = The average is 6.8. The quintile collects 2.7% of the total GBI Quintile 5 is the lowest quintile by GBI. Its values are less than 3.57 and mean is 1.6. This quintile only accumulates 0.6% of the total GBI for the 150 biodiversity countries. Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 3

4 Table 1: Quintiles by GEF benefit index score for biodiversity* Quintile 1: GBI=56~664 Quintile 2: GBI=22.8~55 Quintile 3: GBI=10.57~22.4 Quintile 4: GBI=3.58~10.5 Quintile 5: GBI<3.57 Brazil(63.22) Mozambique(6.81) Yemen Bangladesh Croatia Indonesia(41.41) Thailand(9.20) Paraguay Mali Tunisia Mexico(54.61) Honduras(6.78) Uganda(4.03) Sierra Leone Burundi China(44.25) Iran(6.65) Guyana Botswana Antigua and Barbuda Colombia(36.64) Dominican Republic(5.82) Egypt(4.25) Palau Niue India(29.57) Sri Lanka(6.41) Cape Verde(4.07) Uruguay Ukraine Russian Federation(25.29) Nigeria(5.55) Suriname Mauritania Togo Peru(25.26) Turkey(6.13) Micronesia Senegal Bosnia-Herzegovina Philippines(21.26) Namibia(6.46) Algeria(3.67) Uzbekistan Jordan Sao Tome and Principe Madagascar(24.20) Haiti(4.15) Kyrgyzstan Barbados Ecuador(23.17) Sudan(4.25) Liberia Dominica Tuvalu Papua New Guinea(12.45) Kazakhstan(5.48) Guinea St. Vincent and Grenadines Lesotho Venezuela(16.68) Lao PDR(5.20) Trinidad and Tobago Bhutan Burkina Faso South Africa(22.54) Pakistan(5.11) Nepal Rwanda Armenia Argentina(14.47) Zambia(5.10) Comoros St. Lucia Benin Congo DR (9.62) Fiji(5.13) Vanuatu Syria Macedonia Chile(15.73) Jamaica(5.12) Chad Bulgaria Albania Tanzania(12.80) Seychelles(5.30) Zimbabwe Eritrea Serbia and Montenegro Malaysia(15.18) Solomon Islands Ghana Niger Lebanon Bolivia(11.44) Mongolia(3.82) Turkmenistan Azerbaijan Hungary Cuba(14.66) Bahamas Samoa El Salvador Swaziland Cameroon(11.94) Mauritius(5.60) Cook Islands Tajikistan Nauru Panama(11.22) Morocco(4.33) Belize Korea DPR Slovak Republic St. Kitts and Nevis Vietnam(10.17) Malawi(4.21) Republic Of Korea Georgia Costa Rica(11.95) Cambodia Maldives Guinea-Bissau Gambia Myanmar Cote d'ivoire(3.59) Libya Romania Latvia Kenya (7.93) Afghanistan(3.53) Equatorial Guinea Grenada Estonia Central African Angola Nicaragua(3.96) Republic Tonga Lithuania Guatemala (8.17) Gabon Marshall Islands Poland Belarus Ethiopia (7.67) Congo Kiribati Djibouti Moldova Sorted in the descending order of GBI score ranking in biodiversity Biodiversity allocation dollar amount (US M$) in parenthesis are presented for indicative countries, while the others are group countries marked with The countries colored in dark red a) have not participated in GEF; or b) have not previously received GEF resources in the underlying focal area; or c) do not have any GPI data. See the RAF document GEF/C.27/inf.8/REF.1 for details. Indicative climate change countries are marked as well using color blue and also in Italics. Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 4

5 2. The quintiles by GEF benefit index in climate change The total GBI of the 161 climate change countries is and the range of the GBI values is from 1 to Countries are sorted by GBI in descending order and 33 countries placed in quintile 5 and 32 in the other quintiles. The quintiles constructed are shown in Table 2 (next page). The quintiles have the following attributes: Quintile 1 is the highest quintile by GBI. Its GBI ranges from to with mean = This quintile is accountable for 88.2% of the total GBI for the 161 climate change countries Quintile 2 ranges from GBI = 9279 to GBI = with mean = This quintile shares 7.6% of the total GBI Quintile 3 ranges from GBI = 4159 to GBI = 9198 with mean = It collects 3.0% of the total GBI Quintile 4 ranges from GBI = 802 to GBI = 3984 with mean = The 32 countries in this quintile share only 1.0% of the total GBI Quintile 5 is the lowest quintile by GBI. Its GBI values are less than 797 and the mean is The 33 countries in this quintile accumulate as little as 0.1% of the total GBI for the 161 countries. Table legend: Sorted in the descending order of GBI score ranking in climate change Climate change allocation dollar amount M$ in parenthesis are presented for indicative countries, while the others are group countries marked with The countries colored in dark red i) were not participated in GEF; or ii) had not previously received GEF resources in the underlying focal area; or iii) did not have any GPI data. See the RAF document GEF/C.27/inf.8/REF.1 for details. Indicative biodiversity countries are marked as well using color blue and also in Italics. Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 5

6 Table 2: Quintiles by GEF benefit index score for climate change* Quintile 1: GBI=30,295~2,413,021 Quintile 2: GBI=9,279.79~29, Quintile 3: GBI=4,159.26~9, Quintile 4: GBI=802.52~3, Quintile 5: GBI<= China(150) Hungary(8.24) Angola Honduras Fiji India(74.85) United Arab Emirates Yemen Kyrgyz Republic Bhutan Russian Federation(72.55) Chile(6.08) Madagascar Niger Burundi Brazil(38.10) Ethiopia(4.87) Latvia(3.18) Lebanon Bahamas Poland(38.06) Myanmar Cameroon Central African Republic Guinea-Bissau Mexico(28.29) Tanzania(4.75) Croatia Namibia Gambia Korea Azerbaijan(4.12) Georgia Macedonia, FYR Djibouti Ukraine(18.86) Peru(4.61) Mozambique Gabon Barbados Indonesia(16.29) Syrian Arab Trinidad and Tobago El Salvador Antigua and Barbuda Republic(4.86) South Africa(23.93) Slovak Republic(5.68) Jordan Panama Belize Iran, Islamic Rep.(16.52) Singapore Paraguay Guinea Vanuatu Turkey(17.51) Israel Sri Lanka Jamaica Cape Verde Kazakhstan(13.51) Cambodia(3.34) Armenia Lao PDR Maldives Argentina(13.35) Turkmenistan Burkina Faso Papua New Guinea Samoa Pakistan(13.17) Libya Oman Cyprus Comoros Saudi Arabia Kuwait Mongolia Benin Solomon Islands Thailand(14.65) Serbia and Montenegro Uruguay Malawi St. Lucia Romania(13.89) Kenya(3.44) Botswana Eritrea Palau Nigeria(9.25) Morocco(3.83) Guatemala Togo Seychelles Venezuela, RB(8.79) Cuba(4.25) Afghanistan Haiti Tonga Uzbekistan(9.32) Bolivia(3.11) Zambia Liberia Grenada Egypt, Arab Rep.(11.45) Estonia Senegal Congo, Rep. St. Vincent & the Grenadines Malaysia(11.33) Zimbabwe Chad Albania St. Kitts and Nevis Colombia(8.88) Uganda(3.09) Mauritania Rwanda Nauru Vietnam(8.46) Qatar Ghana Mauritius Dominica Belarus(7.92) Nepal Moldova Equatorial Guinea Sao Tome and Principe Bangladesh(6.67) Ecuador Costa Rica Sierra Leone Kiribati Sudan(5.73) Congo, Dem. Rep. Bahrain Guyana Cook Islands Philippines(6.60) Dominican Republic Tajikistan Lesotho Niue Algeria(7.64) Mali Bosnia and Herzegovina Suriname Tuvalu Bulgaria(8.50) Tunisia Cote d'ivoire Swaziland San Marino Korea, Dem. Rep.(6.42) Lithuania(3.42) Nicaragua Malta Micronesia, Fed. Sts. Marshall Islands Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 6

7 3. The quintiles by GPI The 161 climate change eligible countries include the 150 biodiversity countries plus other 11 that are only eligible for the climate change resource allocation. Their GPI values range between 1 and 5. The total GPI value for the 161 countries is By sorting the 161 countries by GPI in descending order the following 5 quintiles can be defined (see Table 3 on next page): Quintile 1 is the highest quintile by GPI. The countries in this quintile are among the highest performers in terms of GPI. Its GPI takes values in a range from 3.35 to 4.43 with mean = This quintile is accountable for 28.2% of the total GPI for the 161 countries. Quintile 2 ranges from GPI = 3.04 to GPI = 3.35 with mean = It shares 23.5% of the total GPI Quintile 3 ranges from GBI = 2.72 to GBI = 3.03 with mean =2.87, and collects 21.5% of the total GPI Quintile 4 ranges from GBI = 2.32 to GBI = 2.72 with mean = 2.58 and takes 19.3% of the total GPI Quintile 5 has 33 countries and is the lowest quintile by GPI. Its GPI values are less than 2.32 and the mean is This quintile accumulates only 7.5% of the total GPI for the 161 countries. The countries without GPI values available are also placed in this quintile. Table legend: Within each quintile the countries are sorted in ascending order by country name Indicative countries in both the biodiversity and climate change focal areas: country name followed with (climate change indicative allocation M$ / biodiversity indicative allocation M$) Biodiversity indicative countries allocated in the climate change group: country name followed with (grp / biodiversity indicative allocation M$) Climate change indicative countries allocated in the biodiversity group: country name followed with (climate change indicative allocation M$ / grp) Group countries in both the biodiversity and climate change focal areas: country name followed with Climate change only group countries: country name followed with (grp / -) Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 7

8 Table 3: Quintiles by GEF performance index (GPI) score* Quintile 1: GPI=3.35~4.43 Quintile 2: GPI=3.04~3.35 Quintile 3: GPI=2.72~3.03 Quintile 4: GPI=2.32~2.72 Quintile 5: GPI<=2.32 Antigua and Barbuda Algeria (7.64/3.67) Albania Afghanistan (grp/3.53) Bahamas Barbados Armenia Argentina (13.35/14.47) Angola Bahrain (grp/ -) Bhutan Benin Azerbaijan (4.12/grp) Bangladesh (6.67/grp) Burundi Botswana Burkina Faso Belarus (7.92/grp) Cambodia (3.34/grp) Central African Republic Brazil (38.10/63.22) Cameroon (grp/11.94) Belize Congo, Rep. Chad Bulgaria (8.50/grp) Colombia (8.88/36.64) Bolivia (3.11/11.44) Cote d'ivoire (grp/3.59) Comoros Cape Verde (grp/4.07) Ecuador (grp/23.17) Bosnia and Herzegovina Djibouti Congo, Dem. Rep. (grp/9.62) Chile (6.08/15.73) Fiji (grp/5.13) Dominica Dominican Republic Cook Islands China (150/44.25) Georgia El Salvador (grp/5.82) Eritrea Cyprus (grp/ -) Costa Rica (grp/11.95) Ghana Ethiopia (4.87/7.67) Gambia Equatorial Guinea Croatia Grenada Gabon Guinea Haiti (grp/4.15) Cuba (4.25/14.66) Guatemala (grp/8.17) Guyana Guinea-Bissau Israel (grp/ -) Egypt, Arab Rep. India (74.85/29.57) Honduras (grp/6.78) Indonesia (16.29/41.41) Kuwait (grp/ -) (11.45/4.25) Estonia Jamaica (grp/5.12) Iran, Islamic Rep. Kenya (3.44/7.93) Liberia Hungary (8.24/grp) Kazakhstan (13.51/5.48) (16.52/6.65) Jordan Kyrgyz Republic Libya Korea, Rep. Korea, Dem. Rep. Kiribati Lebanon Malta (grp/ -) (6.42/grp) Latvia (3.18/grp) Madagascar (grp/24.20) Lao PDR (grp/5.20) Marshall Islands Myanmar Lithuania (3.42/grp) Maldives Lesotho Micronesia, Fed. Sts. Nauru Macedonia Morocco (3.83/4.33) Malawi (grp/4.21) Mongolia (grp/3.82) Niue Malaysia (11.33/15.18) Nicaragua (grp/3.96) Mali Nepal Oman (grp/ -) Mauritius (grp/5.60) Peru (4.61/25.26) Mauritania Nigeria (9.25/5.55) Palau Mexico (28.29/54.61) Senegal Moldova Paraguay Papua New Guinea (grp/12.45) Namibia (grp/6.46) Seychelles (grp/5.30) Mozambique (grp/6.81) Rwanda Qatar (grp/ -) Panama (grp/11.22) Sri Lanka (grp/6.41) Niger Sierra Leone San Marino (grp/ -) Poland (38.06/grp) St. Lucia Pakistan (13.17/5.11) St. Kitts and Nevis Sao Tome and Principe Romania (13.89/grp) St. Vincent and the Philippines (6.60/21.26) Sudan (5.73/4.25) Saudi Arabia (grp/ -) Grenadines Samoa Suriname Russian Federation Swaziland Singapore (grp/ -) Slovak Republic (5.68/grp) Syrian Arab Republic (4.86/grp) (72.55/25.29) Serbia and Montenegro Tajikistan Solomon Islands South Africa Tanzania (4.75/12.80) Trinidad and Tobago Tonga Togo (23.93/22.54) Thailand (14.65/9.20) Turkey (17.51/6.13) Ukraine (18.86/grp) Vanuatu Turkmenistan Tunisia Uganda (3.09/4.03) Uzbekistan (9.32/grp) Venezuela, RB Tuvalu (8.79/16.68) Uruguay Vietnam (8.46/10.17) Zambia (grp/5.10) Yemen, Rep. United Arab Emirates (grp/ -) Zimbabwe Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 8

9 4. Changes in quintiles by GBI Change in biodiversity (or climate change) is defined as quintile number by GPI minus quintile number by GBI in biodiversity (or climate change). Table 4: Quintile changes from GPI to GBI (sorted by the column change in biodiversity ) Country (1) Quintile by GPI (2) Quintile by GBI in biodiversity (3) Quintile by GBI in climate change (1) (2) Change in biodiversity (1) (3) Change in climate change Barbados Antigua and Barbuda Macedonia, FYR Latvia Croatia Hungary Slovak Republic Lithuania Tunisia Estonia Bhutan Uruguay Botswana Benin Armenia Burkina Faso Poland Romania Bulgaria Cape Verde Samoa St. Lucia Grenada St. Vincent and the Grenadines Georgia Senegal Albania Lesotho Egypt, Arab Rep Syrian Arab Republic Jordan Moldova Korea, Rep Bosnia and Herzegovina Korea, Dem. Rep Serbia and Montenegro Ukraine Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 9

10 Country (1) Quintile by GPI (2) Quintile by GBI in biodiversity (3) Quintile by GBI in climate change (1) (2) Change in biodiversity (1) (3) Change in climate change Belarus Namibia Mauritius Maldives Suriname Dominica Ghana Niger El Salvador Gambia, The St. Kitts and Nevis Thailand Uganda Mauritania Lebanon Swaziland Algeria Azerbaijan Mali Uzbekistan Panama Fiji Seychelles Costa Rica Jamaica Belize Kiribati Chile Cuba Sri Lanka Nicaragua Guyana Guinea-Bissau Djibouti Tonga China Brazil Mexico South Africa Malaysia Morocco Trinidad and Tobago Kyrgyz Republic Eritrea Rwanda Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 10

11 Country (1) Quintile by GPI (2) Quintile by GBI in biodiversity (3) Quintile by GBI in climate change (1) (2) Change in biodiversity (1) (3) Change in climate change Sierra Leone Burundi Naru Niue Tuvalu Turkey Kazakhstan Tajikistan Togo Bangladesh Madagascar Cameroon Guatemala Honduras Gabon Lao PDR Malawi Vanuatu Micronesia, Fed. Sts Marshall Islands Tanzania Peru Ecuador Mozambique Zambia Guinea Palau India Colombia Vietnam Yemen, Rep Paraguay Iran, Islamic Rep Pakistan Nepal Congo, Rep Comoros Sao Tome and Principe Cook Islands Ethiopia Bolivia Mongolia Cote d'ivoire Central African Republic Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 11

12 Country (1) Quintile by GPI (2) Quintile by GBI in biodiversity (3) Quintile by GBI in climate change (1) (2) Change in biodiversity (1) (3) Change in climate change Afghanistan Liberia Equatorial Guinea Russian Federation Argentina Philippines Cambodia Dominican Republic Chad Nigeria Sudan Turkmenistan Zimbabwe Libya Bahamas, The Solomon Islands Haiti Angola Kenya Indonesia Venezuela, RB Papua New Guinea Congo, Dem. Rep Myanmar San Marino Cyprus Malta Oman Bahrain United Arab Emirates Singapore Israel Kuwait Qatar Saudi Arabia Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 12

13 5. The quintiles by baseline GHG emission The 161 climate change countries accumulate scores of for the total baseline GHG emission (GHG) with a value range between 1.00 and Countries are sorted by the GHG in descending order; 33 countries placed in quintile 5 and 32 in the other quintiles. The quintiles constructed are shown in Table 5 (next page). The quintiles have the following attributes: Quintile 1 is the highest quintile by GHG. Its GHG value range is 24, ~ 1,354, with average = This quintile is accountable for 86.6% of the total GHG for the 161 climate change countries Quintile 2 ranges from GHG = 7, to GBI = 22, with average = This quintile shares 8.89% of the total GHG Quintile 3 ranges from GHG = to GHG = with average = It collects 3.26% of the total GHG Quintile 4 ranges from GHG = to GHG = with average = The 32 countries in this quintile share 1.12% of the total GHG Quintile 5 is the lowest quintile by GHG. Its GHG values are less than and the average is The 33 countries in this quintile accumulate 0.10% of the total GHG for the 161 countries. Table legend: Sorted in descending order of GHG values Climate change allocation dollar amount M$ in parenthesis are presented for indicative countries, while the others are group countries marked with The countries colored in dark red (a) are not Participants in the GEF; or (b) have not previously received GEF resources in the focal area; or (c) do not have any GPI data. See the RAF document GEF/C.27/inf.8/REF.1 for details. Indicative biodiversity countries are marked as well using color blue and also in Italics. Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 13

14 Table 5: Quintiles by baseline GHG emission Quintile 1: baseline emission=24,451.13~1, 354, Quintile 2: baseline emission=7,973.36~22, Quintile 3: baseline emission=3,251.59~7, Quintile 4: baseline emission=660.37~3, Quintile 5: baseline emission<= China (150) Myanmar Mongolia Panama Malta Russian Federation (72.55) Hungary (8.24) Sri Lanka El Salvador Bahamas, The India (74.85) Israel Uganda (3.09) Macedonia, FYR Guinea-Bissau Brazil (38.10) Chile (6.08) Croatia Moldova Bhutan Korea, Rep. Bulgaria (8.50) Mali Namibia Djibouti Mexico (28.29) Peru (4.61) Paraguay Latvia (3.18) Barbados Indonesia (16.29) Kuwait Uruguay Gabon Gambia, The Ukraine (18.86) Cambodia (3.34) Yemen, Rep. Georgia Antigua and Barbuda Iran, Islamic Rep.(16.52) Syrian Arab Republic (4.86) Trinidad and Tobago Guinea Belize South Africa (23.93) Turkmenistan Jordan Papua New Guinea Vanuatu Poland (38.06) Ethiopia (4.87) Burkina Faso Tajikistan Seychelles Turkey (17.51) Libya Afghanistan Cyprus Eritrea Serbia and Montenegro Saudi Arabia Guatemala Benin Maldives Argentina (13.35) Tanzania(4.75) Ghana Haiti St. Lucia Pakistan (13.17) Morocco(3.83) Lithuania(3.42) Lao PDR Solomon Islands Thailand (14.65) Singapore Senegal Congo, Rep. Comoros Venezuela, RB (8.79) Azerbaijan(4.12) Zambia Kyrgyz Republic Grenada Nigeria (9.25) Kenya (3.44) Chad Malawi Tonga Uzbekistan (9.32) Congo, Dem. Rep. Estonia Armenia Palau Egypt, Arab Rep.(11.45) Cuba(4.25) Lebanon Togo St. Vincent and the Grenadines Malaysia (11.33) Slovak Republic (5.68) Bosnia and Herzegovina Sierra Leone Dominica Kazakhstan (13.51) Ecuador Bahrain Mauritius Nauru Colombia (8.88) Qatar Botswana Rwanda Samoa Romania (13.89) Bolivia (3.11) Mozambique Guyana Cape Verde Vietnam (8.46) Angola Cote d'ivoire Albania St. Kitts and Nevis Sao Tome and Principe Philippines (6.60) Zimbabwe Mauritania Suriname Algeria (7.64) Madagascar Honduras Fiji Kiribati Bangladesh (6.67) Tunisia Jamaica Swaziland Cook Islands United Arab Emirates Nepal Nicaragua Burundi Niue Korea, Dem. Rep. (6.42) Cameroon Niger Lesotho Micronesia, Fed. Sts. Sudan (5.73) Dominican Republic Costa Rica Equatorial Guinea Marshall Islands Belarus (7.92) Oman Central African Republic Liberia Tuvalu San Marino Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 14

15 6. The quintiles by Carbon Intensity adjustment factor The sum of the carbon intensity adjustment factors (adjustment factor) for the 161 climate change countries is with a value range from 0.47 to Countries are sorted by the carbon intensity adjustment factors in descending order; 33 countries placed in quintile 5 and 32 in the other quintiles. The quintiles constructed are shown in Table 6 (next page). The quintiles have the following attributes: Quintile 1 is the highest quintile by adjustment factor. Its adjustment factors are ranged from 1.37 to 9.66 with average = This quintile is accountable for 35.02% of the total adjustment factor for the 161 climate change countries Quintile 2 ranges from adjustment factor = 1.13 to adjustment factor = 1.35 with average = This quintile shares 19.13% of the total adjustment factor Quintile 3 ranges from adjustment factor = 1.03 to adjustment factor = 1.33 with average = It collects 16.79% of the total adjustment factor Quintile 4 ranges from adjustment factor = 0.96 to adjustment factor = 1.03 with average =1.00. The 32 countries in this quintile share 15.55% of the total adjustment factor Quintile 5 is the lowest quintile by adjustment factor. Its adjustment factor values are less than 0.96 and the average is The 33 countries in this quintile accumulate 13.51% of the total adjustment factor for the 161 countries. Table legend: Sorted in descending order of adjustment factors Climate change allocation dollar amount M$ in parenthesis are presented for indicative countries, while the others are group countries marked with The countries colored in dark red (a) are not Participants in the GEF; or (b) have not previously received GEF resources in the focal area; or (c) do not have any GPI data. See the RAF document GEF/C.27/inf.8/REF.1 for details. Indicative biodiversity countries are marked as well using color blue and also in Italics. Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 15

16 Table 6: Quintiles by carbon intensity factor Quintile 1: adjustment factor=1.37~9.66 Eritrea Quintile 2: adjustment factor=1.13~1.35 Mali Quintile 3: adjustment factor=1.03~1.13 Quintile 4: adjustment factor=0.96~1.03 Quintile 5: adjustment factor<=0.96 Syrian Arab Republic (4.86) Korea, Rep. Swaziland Cape Verde Singapore Chile (6.08) Guatemala Israel Armenia Hungary (8.24) Kenya (3.44) Pakistan (13.17) Sierra Leone Samoa Ethiopia (4.87) Nigeria (9.25) Panama Thailand (14.65) Latvia (3.18) Rwanda Zambia Guyana Comoros Georgia Yemen, Rep. Niger Korea, Dem. Rep.(6.42) Ecuador Estonia India (74.85) Egypt, Arab Rep. (11.45) Myanmar Uruguay Liberia Nepal Central African Republic Cambodia(3.34) Antigua and Barbuda Tajikistan Zimbabwe Cyprus Libya Belize Russian Federation Serbia and Montenegro Kyrgyz Republic (72.55) Uzbekistan (9.32) Ghana Poland (38.06) Gabon Malaysia (11.33) Cuba (4.25) Vanuatu Mozambique Tanzania (4.75) Brazil (38.10) Qatar Kuwait Kazakhstan (13.51) Malta Honduras Afghanistan Iran, Islamic Rep.(16.52) Bosnia and Herzegovina China (150) Burkina Faso Bahrain Mongolia Moldova Guinea Peru(4.61) Maldives Oman Belarus (7.92) Vietnam (8.46) Senegal Nauru Guinea-Bissau Slovak Republic (5.68) Namibia Benin Cook Islands Fiji Romania (13.89) Lesotho Bahamas, The Niue United Arab Emirates Micronesia, Fed. Sts. Equatorial Guinea Bolivia(3.11) Turkey(17.51) Venezuela, RB (8.79) Lithuania (3.42) Palau Paraguay Marshall Islands Djibouti Sao Tome and Principe Jordan Tonga Tuvalu Jamaica Bulgaria (8.50) Kiribati Colombia(8.88) San Marino Grenada Uganda (3.09) Nicaragua Chad Argentina (13.35) Saudi Arabia Dominican Republic Bhutan South Africa (23.93) Cote d'ivoire Solomon Islands St. Kitts and Nevis Gambia, The El Salvador Sri Lanka Haiti Costa Rica Malawi Philippines (6.60) Madagascar Lebanon Lao PDR Bangladesh (6.67) Mauritius Cameroon Burundi Trinidad and Tobago Papua New Guinea Botswana Togo Dominica Albania Croatia Algeria (7.64) Barbados Congo, Rep. Sudan (5.73) Tunisia Ukraine (18.86) Turkmenistan Congo, Dem. Rep. St. Vincent and the Mauritania Macedonia, FYR Suriname Indonesia (16.29) Grenadines Azerbaijan (4.12) Mexico (28.29) Morocco(3.83) Angola St. Lucia Seychelles Statistical Annex #3: Quintiles 16

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