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  • 1. Demonstration Projects Work Package 5 – Water and Climate Programme 28 August 2013, Regional Days 1
  • 2. Demonstration Projects (DemPro) Overview • This package will deliver innovative ‘green ‘solutions for addressing critical water security challenges • Primary target: local communities and partners, beneficiaries of the proposed activities • Secondary target: local governments, regional and national stakeholders, river basin organisations (RBOs), development banks, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), development partners and other multipliers. 2
  • 3. Overall Objective (DemPro) • Stakeholders develop and implement innovative pro- poor and gender sensitive ‘green ‘solutions for addressing critical water security challenges such as water, food, and energy, to enhance climate resilience of countries and communities 3
  • 4. Key Outputs and Activities (DemPro) 4 • Innovative green (i.e. sustainable) solutions in place that address critical water security challenges that enhance climate resilience of countries and communities • Projects to be delivered under this component are aimed at driving innovation – and they can range from soft interventions to hard technical solutions that make a real impact on livelihoods ensuring building local adaptive capacity and improving climate resilience.
  • 5. Some Guidance on Activities (DemPro) 5 • The projects should aim to address the water, food, and energy nexus and provide solutions on the linkages between these sectors • Focus should be on dealing with climate hazards like droughts or floods which have a huge impact on livelihoods • The projects proposed should have potential to influence national and transboundary basin policy • If possible, involvement of private sector engagement through public-private partnerships (PPPs) is important • The projects should have a potential for up scaling and to be replicated.
  • 6. WP 5 Indicators: Indicator (1) Number of beneficiaries supported in demonstration projects on water security and climate resilience undertaken Results which quantify the number of people directly benefiting as a consequence of the implementation of a demonstration project Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 10000 30000 50000 Observed
  • 7. Indicator (2) Number of documents produced outlining the lessons from GWP demonstration projects and a plan for replicating solutions Results which document the implementation of demonstration projects through performance analysis, project outcome conclusions, and recommendations for replication Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 2 4 8 Observed
  • 8. Indicator (3) Number of demonstration projects undertaken for which innovation has been demonstrated Results which demonstrate the implementation of an innovative technology and/or approach with the aim of testing its viability and demonstrating its potential in order to promote uptake at a larger scale Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 2 5 6 Observed