UNDP Project PPCR (Pilot Program for Climate Resilience) Adaptation to Climate Change to assess institutional potential an...
Group work15:45 –                Coffee break16:0016:00 –                PPCR components at the oblast level16:45         ...
and lack of food. As the participants mentioned, resolution of the food security issue canresult to decreased diseases and...
industries which were identified as priority during the preliminary seminar. All theproposals registered on the flip-chart...
Session 2Review climate impacts on the oblast levelDraft objectives for the future as desirable and probable vector of fut...
Picture 5. Facilitation of work in one of the groupSession 4Key impacts to improved adaptation and sustainable development...
Annex 1                                            List of participants№            Name               Organization       ...
Annex 2                   Findings of workshops made by participants in Khatlon region                                  (K...
Improved climatic            1. Center on emergencies warning in         1. Train risksustainability in Pyanj         Pyan...
7. Every 6 months 6 X-ray local populationRequired adaptation               1. Provide people with mosquito nets.potential...
Required adaptation           1. Create meteorological centers in oblast, timely informing thepotential                   ...
Other:        -incorrect workplaces distribution          - economic and social  Migration       - low salary             ...
1. increase of jobs in agriculture,        1. build new factories andOther: migration          construction etc.          ...
Repair pumping station                     Allocate funds from the state                        Clean up drainage canals  ...
- high quality seeds and animals- problems with drinking water                                    Goals for 5 years       ...
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  1. 1. UNDP Project PPCR (Pilot Program for Climate Resilience) Adaptation to Climate Change to assess institutional potential and improved awareness on climate change in Tajikistan October 14, 2011 Kurgan-Tube Protocol to training in Kurgan-Tube On participatory approach On potential assessment and improved awareness on climate change in Republic of TajikistanLocation: Kurgan-Tube, Khatlon Region (oblast), Tajikistan.Participants: see Annex 1.Objective of the training: Improve awareness of the interested parties in climatechange in Tajikistan. Review of the core of the problem, analysis of resolutions,definition of the climate change problem to ensure the in-depth understanding ofeconomical, social and ecological problems. Laying the grounds for further improvedpotential of different stakeholders in the context of adaptation to climate change byusing a methodological instrument – a participatory approach. Agenda October 14, 2011, Kurgan-Tube, Khatlon oblast8:30 – 9:00 Registration9:00 – 9:20 Welcoming words from the Tajik CAREC office. Opening and presentation of participants Project review Objective of the training Presentation of participants and information on their grouping9:20 – Upcoming priorities Sessio10:45 n 1 Plenary discussions and group work 10:15 – 10: 45 group presentations10:45 – Coffee break11:0011:00 – Climate change impact review at the oblast level Session13:00 Review of the climate change impact (presentation); 15 min Group work 2 12: 15 -13:00 Group presentations, 10 mins each13:00 – Lunch14:0014:00 – Review of the key PPCR components and their regional relevance sion Ses 315:45 Review of the 3 main PPCR components, 1
  2. 2. Group work15:45 – Coffee break16:0016:00 – PPCR components at the oblast level16:45 Group presentations – 1 component for each group, each presentation 5-7 minutes.16:45 – Key actions to advance to adaptation and sustainable Session17:45 development Group work 4 Plenary discussions17:45 – Other steps and seminar closing18:00The first session of the training was dedicated to discussing the problems in all thespheres of the country, with primary accent onto social, economic and ecologicalcomponents. The plenary discussion was on the future priorities for the key sectors.This subject for first unfolded on the background of ecological problems, then with theinvolvement with the other participants they began to discussing more specific issues ofgeneral economic and specific economy sectors. Some of the issues were soilsalination, problems of low ecological culture and problems with drinking water.Then the participants were offered to split into groups to discuss these issues in morenarrow format where each of the problems could be viewed and recorder afterconsultations with specialists. The first session ended up with the analysis of all socialproblems and negative aspects in all sector of economy.The second session was dedicated to discussing already considered problems toidentify objectives until 2040. Each participant was given a chance to analyze andcoordinate in own group an opinion on how the key national industries shall adapt andchange for the upcoming 25-30 years, and how to achieve these goals in practice, noton paper. The groups were discussing various issues related to improved livingstandards of people and dependence of farmers on bad weather conditions, problemssolving with food shortage, prophylactics of diseases and viruses. Al the proposalssubmitted by participants were given in the form of short proposal and presented by theend of the work.The third session began with presentation of the Climate change impact in Tajikistan;this presentation showed the consequences of the climate change onto some aspectsof human life and analysis of the impact into key economy sectors.The followed group work to discuss the key climatic impacts, their consequences andavailable potential, and further potential development for perspective. The participantshave voiced such impacts as drought, - to their mind, this is the most expressedmanifestation of climate change; floods due to heavy rains, water logging, soil salination 2
  3. 3. and lack of food. As the participants mentioned, resolution of the food security issue canresult to decreased diseases and improved public health.The fourth and final part of the training was dedicated to the key impacts on the way toadaptation and sustainable development where participants discussed interaction of thePPCR components with the selected models of future development. The participantsreviewed certain actions to consider the interests of vulnerable and people with lowincome, and the issues of gender sensitivity towards women. The Training detailsThe training began at 8:30 with the registration.The welcoming words by Musoev Z.-review the Project description,-presentation of the participants.Presentation by Rakhimov B-Review of the PPCR Project.- Project objectives.- Procedural remarks.-Importance of the participants contribution and how their contribution will be used in theProject Picture 1. Opening of sessionsPlenary discussionThe participants were offered to identify current social and economic problems in theregion with special focus on ecological and economical problems in the region, the key 3
  4. 4. industries which were identified as priority during the preliminary seminar. All theproposals registered on the flip-chart titled General Problems in the Region.The participants were divided into 3 groups with one specialist in each group. Picture 2. Participants of workshop Group workSession 1Future priorities by key sectorsSocial, economic and ecological trends focused on key industries/economysectors.Each group was given a table to fill up 1. Define the key trends in the region and, if needed, other trends in the region with the focus on key industries which were identified as priority during the preliminary seminar. Picture 3. Participants are working by groups on offered items 4
  5. 5. Session 2Review climate impacts on the oblast levelDraft objectives for the future as desirable and probable vector of futuredevelopment of the regions until 2040. 1. Understanding on how the industries shall change during this timeframe and how to identify the selected objectives 2. Create descriptive part from the filed up tables. 3. Presentation by groups. Picture 4. Participants presented their goup findingsSession 3Presentation by Rakhmonov B. on climate change impact in Tajikistan.Review of the key PPCR components and their relevance to the regionDefine future potential climatic impacts and necessary actions and potential 1. Understand and define climate change consequences in the frames of their objectives and description of the region. 2. Define accessible and necessary potential as important steps to address the impacts 3. Define key additional goals/actions necessary to address (adapt and mitigate) climate change impacts. 4. Group presentation. 5
  6. 6. Picture 5. Facilitation of work in one of the groupSession 4Key impacts to improved adaptation and sustainable developmentAssessment of sustainability of the future system and critical actions. 1. Fill up the form. 2. Concentrate on objectives and the needs relevant to the PPCR investments 3. Select objectives (up to 3) until 2040 by using these actions, accessible potential and the needs to create concise key strategies for mid- and long-term perspective Picture 6. Participants work during the last training sessionsAll findings made by participants of the training are shown in Annex 2.Training closure: final remarks by Rakhimov B. 6
  7. 7. Annex 1 List of participants№ Name Organization Contact details Signature1 Gafurova Z. Jamoat “Orien” 907 59 44 402 Kiemov I. Jamoat “Orien” 919 42 60 003 Makhmudova L. Farm “Bekhruz” 919 37 07 824 Sirozova R. Farm “Rasul” 2-38-645 Makhmudova К. Farm “Khuchanazar” 93 861 46 356 Nozimov О. Regional Chief Department on 91 95789 82 agriculture7 Kholov Т. Regional Chief Department on 91 954 94 94 agriculture8 Kodirov Kh. Chairman of environment 2-57-47 protection committee of district9 Nosirov S. Chairman of land administration 2-29-55 committee10 Nuraliev I. State University of Kurgan-Tube named by N.Khusrav11 Karimova G. State University of Kurgan-Tube 91 952 18 36 named by N.Khusrav12 Saidakhmadova Sh. State University of Kurgan-Tube 93 404 97 00 named by N.Khusrav13 Kurbonova R. Farm “Kobilchon” 93 585 83 3414 Imomov B. Project management unit of 93 526 26 00 Fergana valley water resource management15 Elmurodov А. Water Department of Kurgan-Tube 918 24 25 5116 Sharipov Ch Deaprtment of the Committee 918 65 86 16 Emergency situations in Kurgan- Tube17 Nasrulloev Sh. Department of environment 93 423 36 00 protection of Kurgan-Tube18 Odinaev K.S Regional land administration 904 095 558 committee19 Zievutdinov Т. Transport Department of Kurgan- 93 803 75 07 Tube20 Abdulloev R. Kurgan-Tube farm 93 520 43 2921 Khochaev N. Kurgan-Tube farm 93 591 41 6122 Sattorov K. Senior Doctor of Medical Centre of 919 15 55 97 Kurgan-Tune23 Gadoev Sh. Project Management Centre, 988 64 00 73 WRFV Project24 Grigorov S. OSCE, filed officer 98 105 06 2325 Khvostenko S. OSCE, assistant 918 42 19 4326 Yusufov Kh. Land administration committee 904 45 79 02 7
  8. 8. Annex 2 Findings of workshops made by participants in Khatlon region (Kurgan-Tube, 14 October 2011)PPCR Components Key actions to improve wellbeing of How to improve PPCR(Group1) poor people - tender actions based on our dataImproved capacity to 1.Seminars and meetings with poor 1.Training on disaster risksclimate change people on adaptation to climate change reduction 2. Create female cooperatives to provide 2. Forestation of river with food and water resources banks. 3.Improved access to credits 3.Repair roads, reduce 4.Build storehouses for products private vehicle use tax. 4.Improve access to credits for poor strata.Sustainable 1.Support local personnel, better salaries 1.Create anti-hail servicedevelopment of land and incentives centersresources for improved 2.Better conditions for poor stratus 2.Inform public on theagriculture 3.Improved access to seeds seeding time by using cell 4.Improved conditions of farms to phones. agricultural machinery and agro- technologiesClimate stability 1.Erect coast-protecting structures 1.Create water reservoir onmanagement in Pyanj 2.Mini-HPESs Pyanj river to resistriver basin 3.Create water reservoir on Kafirnighon droughts. river to irrigate lands in Kabodiyan and 2.Create ponds for fisheries Shakhrituz rayons on Pyanj river. 4.Create teams to work on coast- 3.Use Pyanj river for protecting structures irrigation.PPCR components, Key actions to improve wellbeing of How to improve PPCRGroup 2 poor people - tender actions based on our data.Improved capacity to 1. Prepare qualified personnelclimate change 2. Create information centers at the 1. Grant loans to poor expense of international banks stratas 3. Development of training materials, 2. TV warning channels visual aids on lands on emergencies 4. Create re-trainings centers for specialists abroad.Sustainable 1. Provide poor people with 1. Create seed banksdevelopment of land equipment and land 2. Allocate money toresources and 2. Provide for materials for anti- constructimproved agriculture erosion campaigns meteorological station 3. Allocate funds for animals selection 8
  9. 9. Improved climatic 1. Center on emergencies warning in 1. Train risksustainability in Pyanj Pyanj river basin. management underriver basin. 2. Draft evacuation plan under emergencies emergencies. 2. Create fast response teams, equip with machineryPPCR components, Key actions to improve wellbeing of How to improve PPCRGroup 3 poor people - tender actions based on our data.Improved capacity to 1. Seminars on taxation etc. 5. out-of-classes trainingclimate change 2. Develop visual aids groups in schools. 3. Locate resources and cooperate 6. Create information with international funds centers. 4. Cooperation between agencies on climate changeSustainable 1. Correct lands distribution. 1. Create machinedevelopment of land 2. Correct use of pastures depot forresources and 3. Reconstruction of CDS agricultureimproved agriculture 4. New plantations and forest shelter 2. Soil erosion belt. protection measuresImproved climatic 1.Create forest shelter belt 1.Create information centerssustainability in Pyanj 2.Build and reconstruct dams. for poor peopleriver basin 3.Resettle people 2.Build new bridges and 4.River water control, create roads in case of emergencies water piping system in villages 3.Create warehouses to stock food, fuel and lubricants during emergencies Key impacts, Group 1 Infection disease Description of 1. Humidity (ponds to grow rice, poisoning) consequences 2. Contamination of drinking water (typhoid) 3. Low living standards in Khatlon (TB) Accessible adaptation 1. CDS clean-up potential 2. Extermination of parasites (flies, mosquitoes), streets clean up, disinfection 3. Drinking water chlorination and filtering 4. Construction rules on river banks. 5. Follow sanitary and hygiene norms in settlements and houses 6. Improve living standards of population 9
  10. 10. 7. Every 6 months 6 X-ray local populationRequired adaptation 1. Provide people with mosquito nets.potential 2. Information campaign at schools and kindergartens 3. Prophylactic measures for local population 4. Free medicinals for the needy 5. Drink only boiled water 6. Establish laboratory for water treatment 7. Seminars on water use 8. Regular seminars to inform on infection diseases and TB 9. Information campaigns on sanitary norms in schools and kindergartensKey impacts, Group 2 DroughtDescription of Hunger, misery, high mortality rate, lack ofconsequences drinking water, high migration rate, soil erosion, deforestation, infection disease, reduced number of cattle, bad irrigationAccessible adaptation Correct cultivation of crops, permanent grass,potential autumn land tilting, precipitation-filled water reservoirs.Required adaptation - Improved climate change resistance of seedspotential - Centers to grow climate-resistant cultures - Afforestation - Provide people with clean drinking water, improved public culture on water piping - Create water reservoirs in settlements - Use of world best achievements in water supply - Avoid infection disease during droughts - Inform people on weather changeString consequences, Long-term plantationsGroup 3Description of А.Rise of water levels in riversconsequences Б.Elevated villages (Kulyab, Khorassan, Djami, Pyanj, Khamadoni ) В. Wash out of roads, bridges and villages Г. Loss of fertile soil (takyr) Д. Soil erosion Е. Reduction of agricultural cropsAccessible adaptation 1. Resettlement of populationpotential 2. Bank-improvement works (Pyanj, Yakhsu, Surkhob, Obi Tokhir, Vakhsh). 10
  11. 11. Required adaptation 1. Create meteorological centers in oblast, timely informing thepotential public. 2. Create water reservoirs in mountain areas for summer irrigation and increased number of cattle on pastures 3. Free water tanks (5-10 tons capacity). Sector, group 1 Main problems Consequences - drinking water treatment -infection diseases; Water - put in order of drainage system - reduction of agricultural - absence of watering machinery crop yields; - poor drinking water supply - aggravation of ecological situation - obsolete electric power transformers - equipment out of order Energy - irregular electricity supply - failure of home appliances - absence of alternative sources of (frigs, TV-sets etc) energy (sun) Agriculture - irrational use of land resources -increase of bad and - incorrect distribution of land resources degraded land (out of - lack of irrigation water turnover) - lack of local agricultural specimen - decreased crops; - desertification - lack of training classrooms - worsening of educational Other: - lack of workplaces level of children; Migration - bad condition and lack of rubbish dump - increased cases of Public health sites diseases Sector, group 2 Main problems Consequences - lack of drinking water; - poverty Water - lack of irrigated land lots - reduced crop yield and - irrational use of water; food supplies -high price to water - diseases - rise of ground water level - soil degradation. - lack of electricity in winter - trees felling Energy - lack of electric parts - diseases - low quality of bulbs and their utilization - economic damage - pollution of environment Agriculture - lack of financing to procure agricultural - economic damage machinery, fertilizers - reduced crop yield - loss of agricultural lands - conflict situations - incorrect land distribution; - unsatisfied population - increase (incorrect) land tax - absence of practical aid to land users 11
  12. 12. Other: -incorrect workplaces distribution - economic and social Migration - low salary damage Public health - outmigration of specialists, esp young; - migration of experts - brain drain. -break up of familiesSector, group 3 Main problems Consequences Water - lack of drinking water in oblast; - infection diseases - lack of irrigation water; - reduced crop yields - absence to obtain boiled water. -lack of electricity - negative social impacts Energy - lack of gas, coal - negative influence to - high price to fuel resources industrial enterprises - failure of pumping stations to supply water. Agriculture -pumping stations idling, bad quality of - reduced crop yields drainage system - loss of agricultural lands - lack of early season cultures Other: - absence of jobs -increasing migration, Migration - absence of medical control of public - hard life to women; Public health health. - low salary; - rise of ground water level. - absence of kindergartens - lack of food - diseases (TB etc) HIV/AIDS Prophylactics of repatriate migrants Sector Group 1, goals to 2040 Achieving goals Water 1.correct use of drainage system 1.financing to CDS clean-up 2. change of piping in blocks of flats Energy 1.complete construction of mini-HPES 1. Finish construction, 2.create conditions for hot water supply control quality of works in rayon and cities 2. supply natural gas and electricity to houses 1. provide better sorts of seeds to 1. use of climate-resistant Agriculture farmers seeds 2. crop rotation due to the second 2. provide agriculture of oil, round seeding lubricants and qualified 3. selection of new better types of farmers/specialists cattle (milk, skin, fur) 4. increase of agricultural produce on the uncultivated land 12
  13. 13. 1. increase of jobs in agriculture, 1. build new factories andOther: migration construction etc. plantsand public health 2. medical prophylactics of 2. create medical outlets in population every 6 months. rural areas. 3. better conditions for disabled, 3.create a clinic for patients homeless and suffering from suffering from nervous nervous disorders. disorders and free of charge medicinal Sector Group 2 Goals to 2040 Achieving goals - provide people with drinking water - water canals construction and Water - effective use of water resources rehabilitation - create small and larger water -create water reservoirs (small reservoirs. and big) - inventory of ground water resources - new legal acts and - correct water use tax. continuation of research works -fully resolve the energy problem - construct small and large Energy - effective use of electricity. HPES, solar and wind power - correct power distribution stations. - reduce price to electric energy - effective use of the budget inside of the country Effective use of land Agriculture - improved cultivated specimen efficiency 2 times will provide for 80% of domestic market with local food - select new climate-resistant types of cultivated specimen (seeds) - 90% decrease of migration levelsOther: migration - assistance to population with lowand public health income Sector Group 3 Goals to 2040 Achieving goals 1.effective use of water 1.water use control 2.ground water treatment. 2.full water supply of Water 3. canals clean-up population with piped water. 4.drinking water filtering and treatment 3.laboratory analysis of 5.water supply to blocks of flats drinking water. 6.water to elevated regions 7. land planning 1) electricity supply to population 1)effective use of electricity Energy 2)construct small HPESs 2) heliostations (sun) 3) organize legal centers for farmers (food exports) 13
  14. 14. Repair pumping station Allocate funds from the state Clean up drainage canals and non-governmental Agriculture Provide farmers with modern programs. technologies Training courses for the Clean up the trash boxes leaders of the farms Construct irrigation canals by lend Organize elevated cattle leveling breeding complexes to adapt Provide farmers with quality seeds to climate change Create small businesses (textile, fruits processing) Plant more orchards (various) Organization and adoption of state and 1.supply cities and oblast with public programs to prevent infections qualified staffOther: migration disease 2.organize centers to controland public health engagement of Tajik women with foreigners Main problems - increased ground water level - collectors flooding - salination of 22.000 ha of land - some 1 mln of population drink ground water - lack of electric power - lack of food - diseases - problems with land use - desertification - financing to divide residence for poor people - restoration of electricity supply - remove garbage from rubbish dumps Goals for 3 years Gr-1 - create food warehouses - clean up of collectors and drainages Gr -2 - increase agricultural lands Gr -3 - restore technical equipment in power supply (transformers etc) -repair pumps 14
  15. 15. - high quality seeds and animals- problems with drinking water Goals for 5 years Gr -1-municipal electric transport- farmers information center Gr -2- construction and processing of fruits in mountain regions- study and effectively use water resources Gr -3- restore and construct highways (transport)- city-link and interrayon passenger transport. 15

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