Lupws session 1 progress PWLUP_SUMALOM_eng only

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National LUP workshop 4.10. - 5.10.2012, Vientiane, Lao PDR

PWLUP-SUMALOM

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Lupws session 1 progress PWLUP_SUMALOM_eng only

  1. 1. PWLUP : Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Preparation for presented PWLUP (SUMALOM Nam Ton Project) 4 Oct 2012
  2. 2. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Content Project Background & Location PWLUP Approach and Concept Stage and IWRM Elements Definition of the concept Progress and on-going activities Lessons Learnt
  3. 3. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Project Background and Location Background :  Supported by the German Government through KfW.  Department of Water Resources (DWR) under MoNRE is Project Executing Agency, MAF is Project Implementing Agency  Duration: 2010-2017 Objectives:  Communities manage their natural resources more effectively and sustainably  Farm households improve their farm and forestry production  Multi-stakeholders Watershed Management Process is established
  4. 4. 70Km northwest of VTE, upperpart belongs to Hin Herb District(9 villages) and Lower part inSangthong District (34villages). STone of the 47 poorest District inLao PDR
  5. 5. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Why PWLUP :  Based on PLUP, a planning method that is commonly accepted in accepted  Added simple, water resources relevant planning tools as part of the original PLUP methodology
  6. 6. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Stage and IWRM ElementsStage (PLUP Manual) IWRM Elements for PWLUP exercises1 Preparation for land use Add water related to present preparation documentsplanning2 Socio-economic, land and forest Add water related data and water and related natural resources datadata collection3 Delineation of village and village Locate where water resources are tapped or usedcluster boundaries4 Village and village cluster land Consider adding water sources (surface water and groundwater),use zoning riparian buffer zones, wetlands, Fishery conservation zones, spots of possible pollution – draft a plan for water allocation5 Village and village cluster land Associate water management plans – identify possible change in watermanagement plans use, possible change in water quality6 Land data and digital map Add water related data collected in stage 2 and 3record keeping7 Land registration in rural Draft a plan for water allocationvillages8 Village and village cluster Facilitate a “Villages and Kum Ban Watershed Network” as the placenetworks and networking for water and land dialogue at that level.9 Monitoring and evaluation Draft a land and water village monitoring and evaluation system
  7. 7. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Definition of the concept• Watershed Class 5: Gently sloping land and flat areas(0 _6 %). Lowland Farming, paddy rice, other agricultural uses and forest• Watershed Class 4: Gently sloping lands (6 –-15 %). Moderate need for water and soil conservation. Wide range of land use options in agriculture and forestry.• Watershed Class 3 (15_-35 %): Agro Forestry Areas with moderate to steep slopes and less erosive landforms. Used for commercial forest, grazing and combinations of trees and agricultural crops.• Watershed Class 2 (35-_45 %): Recommended land use: forest (conservation and production forests), agro-forestry and grazing• Watershed Class 1 (> 45 %): Protection Forest Areas, should be under permanent forest cover.
  8. 8. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activities The Land use/water management criteria has Defined and Drafted the Agreement each village and The Planning could be linked with other sectors. ( PLUP  VDP  DSEDPWater development plan.) Report are now been drafted, for Suanmone and Namthome and vangmar village are nearly completed. Information table content used and analyzed in this report (Data base: Socio_Economic Data/Problem Analysis.) GIS,Map …. About 38% of villagers in 4 Target Villages have secured land use rights and about 61% of water and forest each village have protected. PWLUP exercise was already conducted from Stage 1 to Stage 6 ( Stage 6 PLUP Data Record Keeping and Digital Mapping), and completed for 4 villages in the target of yearly Plan.
  9. 9. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activities
  10. 10. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activities
  11. 11. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activitiesPWLUP Completion DateData Collection Check ListSocio-Economic Data (table 2) yes/noFamily and Community Land Tenure Data (tables 3a and 3b) yes/noPopulation increasing/decreasing trends (table 4) yes/noGroundwater use (table 5) yes/noWood and NTFP (table 6) yes/noWild Life Conservation (table 7) yes/noVillage Water and Land Management PlanningVillage Problem Census (table 8) yes/noVillage LW Conservation Plan 5 years (table 9) yes/noMapsFuture Land Use Planning Map yes/noSlope Classification yes/noWater Resources Maps yes/noSUMALOM Nam Ton Support for future planning yes/noAgreements and regulationAgreement on Inter-Village Boundaries yes/noAgreement "Appointment of the Village Committee yes/noAgreement Water Resources and Land Use Classification /Zoning yes/noRegulations for water and land management planning and use yes/noParticular implementation IssuesStrengthsWeaknessessRecommendations/pending issuesList of Participants to the PLUPCompletion status (up to step Nr ?) (number betwenn 1 to 9)
  12. 12. Participatory Water and Land UseParticipatory Water and Land Use Planning Planning Progress and Activities being Progress and on-going activities undertaken and planned
  13. 13. Participatory Water and Land UseParticipatory Water and Land Use Planning Planning Progress and Activities being Progress and on-going activities undertaken and planned
  14. 14. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activities
  15. 15. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Progress and on-going activities
  16. 16. Participatory Water and Land Use Planning Lessons Learnt Basic of knowledge for extension Team Member on the Computer skills and Map reading or working with Villager are limited. Because of so many activities are carried out at the same time, villagers get confused. Wetland and Irrigation scheme have not been Identified. (to introduce the discussion about possible area to conservation or Irrigation intake and number…. Community Land Analyses table information and Current Land use/ Land cover map needed to be Analysis and puts it to report. we have focused on the data base and GIS data which are then reflected in the table and map. In order to consistent set of data for each village that can be easily consolidated later. Training needed for team Members for ST as well In each fiscal year before starting the process. To find solutions to protect the villages/villagers and natural resources, through land Demarcations and registration after PWLUP Exercise.

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