PAGE has a light, efficient and accountable governance structure that includes several bodies with complementary functions and membership.  The PAGE governance structure includes global and national bodies and mechanisms. 


The PAGE Management Board is responsible for making management decisions at the global level, such as workplan approval and selection of countries. Membership of the PAGE Management Board includes director-level representatives of PAGE agencies. 


At the global levelthe PAGE Steering Committee — composed of representatives from governments and institutions providing financial support — supplies strategic inputs to the Partnership on aspects of implementation. PAGE Funding Partners include the European Union; the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany; the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland; the Ministry of Climate and Environment, Norway; the Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, Switzerland.


The PAGE Global Technical Team is responsible for coordinating all operational aspects of planning and implementing PAGE. Membership includes designated representatives of the five PAGE agencies. 


The PAGE Secretariat is hosted by UNEP and provides support to the PAGE Steering Committee, PAGE Management Board and the Global Technical Team. It coordinates PAGE planning, implementation and communication. 


Multi-Partner Trust Fund

The PAGE Multi-Partner Trust Fund serves as the financial mechanism for PAGE and is hosted by UNDP. For more information about UN Multi-Partner Trust Funds click here. 


Governance Structure