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  • 1.  
  • 2. Communication in PPP ISWM
    • Why, what, how and for whom?
    • Verele de Vreede
    • Information Officer
    • WASTE
  • 3. Come to an effective and feasible plan for information sharing
    • Presentation
      • Look at project cycle
      • Look at ‘new’ communication tools
    • Discussion:
      • Decide upon goals for information sharing in PPP-ISWM
      • Decide upon groups to be reached / involved
    • Working group
      • Fine tune goals for information sharing
      • Make calculated choice for tool s and desired output
  • 4. PPP-ISWM project cycle
    • Cal for proposals via UNDP Cos
    • Training in own region of candidates
    • On demand assistance
    • Reporting of candidates to UNDP-DS and WASTE
    • Technical backstopping
    • Trajectory from Call for concept notes to 7 partnerships , asks for a great variety in communication and information management tools .
  • 5. Groups involved
    • UNDP-SD and WASTE
    • UNDP COs and Surco partners
    • Technical Advice Committee
    • Candidate partnerships ( Municipalities ~ Private organisations (various sizes and competencies)
    • Interested parties (GLN?, AIT?, PPP groups outside programme/)
  • 6. Groups involved
    • Each interrelate one way or another and ask for different approach and input.
    • Who to reach how?
    • How to hear all groups?
  • 7. Groups involved
    • 3 levels of support distinguished
      • Support for project team to implement the project
      • Support for the 15 – 17 PPP project implementers
      • Support to interested parties
  • 8. Questions on the above
    • How does the project chose to service the various groups?
    • Can we link up with existing networks?
    • How can we reach and learn from the beneficiaries?
  • 9. Proposal to be discussed
    • Make it as open as you can and dare
    • Ask for active input from all groups concerned
    • Use the ‘new’ tools of web2.0
    • To make this work, commitment and consent has to be reached
  • 10. What is Web 2.0
    • Web 1.0  Web 2.0
    • Few people write  everybody can contribute
    • Upload information  changes direct ly online
    • Knowledge on offer  Knowledge sharing
    • Software needed  Software online
    • Computer skills  Anyone can do it
    • Needed internet & email
  • 11. Web 2.0 some examples
    • Blog
    • Wiki
    • RSS feeds
    • Social bookmarking
    • Skype – telephone, chat, document exchange, screensharing
  • 12. Web 2.0: Blog
    • An online journal on every subject imaginable that allows an individual or group of individuals to share a running log of events and personal insights with online audiences.
    • Open / closed for public
    • Upload direct or via email
    • Update alerts via email or rss
    • Example
  • 13. Web 2.0: wiki
    • A collection of web pages that can be edited by a group. This can result in a document, a set of definitions.
    • Open / closed for public
    • Upload direct or with email
    • Update alerts
    • WIKI example
  • 14. RSS feeds the funny orange square on websites
  • 15. Web 2.0: Social bookmarking
    • A way to store, organi s e, share and search bookmarks of web pages on the internet instead of saving them on your computer .
    • Open/closed
    • Input by whole group
    • Let others do part of the work
    • Bookmarks available where there is internet
    • Can be linked to website
    Tagging: PPP ISWM South PPP-SD partnership
  • 16. Skype
    • Phone from computer to computer
    • Phone from computer to telephone
    • Teleconferencing
    • Chat, conference chat
    • Send files
    • Share desktop via internet
  • 17. Other web2.0 tools
    • Youtube – sharing videos
    • Flickr account – sharing pictures
    • Shareslide – sharing ppt presentations
    • Google document – document sharing
    • Google groups, yahoogroups - discussion fora
    • Facebook, linkedin – networking on the net
    • Not an extensive list, many more exist
  • 18. Web 2.0 website / portal
    • Content
    • rss feeds offer latest news on chosen items
    • Social bookmarks give interesting links
    • A n ongoing discussion is shown
    • Film and slideshow are illustrative
    • All combinations possible
    • Visitor of site
    • Always up to date information on front page
    • Archive of older info
    • Give it a social bookmark
    • Starting point to other sites
    • Can give input
  • 19. Some examples
    • www. akvo .org : Under construction, mixture, special built
    • www. kiva .org : Input from stakeholders themselves: special built site
    • www.web4dev.org Input from members give lively discussion, my emailalerts vary from 2 to 12 a day
    • www. riddac .org Collection of web2.0 tools offers dynamic view with simple means
  • 20. Web 2.0 and PPP-ISWM
    • Can be effective way to communicate with all groups involved.
    • How and what has to be decided
    • Aim at becoming a portal offering ‘everything you want to know about PPP and ISWM’?
    • Who to host this site? ISWA? CWG?
  • 21. Finally
    • With Working Group I would like to:
      • Give web2.0 examples
      • Discuss on direct use and relevance for PPP-ISWM
      • At plenary present 1st draft for communication and Information sharing and use of the web
  • 22. Thank you Questions
  • 23. Thank you
    • Subjects not touched upon
    • Clear goals for development of site(s)
    • Accessibility for all stakeholders
    • If it becomes a portal, how to make it sustainable? (find a suitable hosting organisation)
    • Copyrights when working via the net (Creative Commons
    • Project assisting software: Teamspace
  • 24. A quick scan on the Net
    • http://www.undp.org/pppue: (UNDP-SD) On PPP for urban poor
    • http://rru.worldbank.org: best practices public policy advice for private sector led growth and financial market development in developing countries
    • http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk: Public-private partnerships and the poor in water and sanitation
    • http://www.ppiaf.org: technical assistance for developing countries to improve the quality of infrastructure through private sector involvement
    • http://www.uli.org: responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide
  • 25. A quick scan on the net
    • No site specifically on waste management and ppp
      • Needs further search
      • But in principle room for Portal
  • 26. From communication to portal
    • First set up project-site then further towards a portal open to public
    • Support communication between project partners to improve the project’s effectiveness
    • Stimulate from each others experiences between the PPPs applicants and recipients to avoid reinventing the wheel
    • To stimulate learning and innovation in the field of public-private partnerships on a continuous basis by making information, successes and failures available