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  • REGIONAL DAYS 2011 : GWP FUTURE DIRECTIONS Dr Ania Grobicki Executive Secretary, GWP August 2011
  • GWP – An innovative action network (growing and evolving since 1996)
  • The next step in the evolution of GWP : A partnership supported by an IGO (2002)
  • GWP: Network, Partnership and InterGovernmental Organization
    • “ A partnership is not the sum of its parts,
    • it is the product of the parts' interaction.”
  • 13 Regional Water Partnerships 80 Country Water Partnerships 2,432 Partners in 158 countries A growing international network since 1996
  • GWP´S VISION – a water secure world
    • Global Strategy developed during 2008, based upon regional strategies and 5-year workplanning process
    • Strategy implementation to run from January 2009 to December 2013
    • Now at the mid-point of the Strategy period
    • What have we accomplished to date? What changes may be needed in the structure of the organization, or in the processes?
    MISSION – To support the sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels
  • Four Strategic Goals 2009-2013
    • Promote water as a key part of sustainable national development [operational]
    • Address critical development challenges [advocacy]
    • Reinforce knowledge sharing and communication [knowledge]
    • Build a more effective network [partnering]
  • The traditional linear results chain Outcome mapping : Focus on behaviour change of boundary actors After 15 years, what can we say about the impact of GWP´s work? Who benefits, and how much?
    • GWP Strategy :
    • 4 Interconnected goals
    • A theory of change
  • GWP Strategy : A results-oriented framework
  • GWP ANNUAL WORK PROGRAMMING CYCLE
  • Creating coherence, delivering results : Five proposed areas of thematic focus within the Strategy (a standard format for operational strategy/reporting)
    • UNDER GOAL 1 :
    • FINANCING WATER : Increasing Investment in Sustainable Water Resources Management and Development
    • TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENT : Facilitating Cooperation
    • UNDER GOAL 2 :
    • WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Building climate resilience through increasing water security
    • W ATER AND FOOD SECURITY : Achieving Food Security through Integrated Land and Water Management
    • INTEGRATED URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT : Tackling Urbanization
    Creating coherence, delivering results : Five proposed areas of thematic focus within the Strategy ( a standard format for operational strategy/reporting)
    • SCALING UP REGIONAL WATER PARTNERSHIPS:
    • A minimum staff base in the Regional Secretariat – a full-time coordinator as well as human resources for financial management, fundraising, communications, knowledge management and reporting
    • Regional and country governance structures
    • (revision of the Conditions of Accreditation)
    • Management of regional Knowledge Partners and technical professionals through the regional knowledge platforms
    • Fund-raising with country donors and the private sector
    • Facilitating partnerships with banks/economic institutions
    Organizational support and capacity needs: Under the growth scenario
    • MAINTAINING THE GLOBAL SECRETARIAT (lean not mean):
    • Network Operations : thematic focus areas as well as network support
    • Communications :
      • Reporting
      • Knowledge Management and GWP ToolBox
      • Communications Infrastructure
    • Finance and Administration growing in line with other changes
    • Office of the Executive Secretary : management, fundraising, statutory obligations, supporting governance and oversight functions
    Organizational support and capacity needs: Under the growth scenario
    • SCALING UP THE GWP TECHNICAL COMMITTEE :
    • Provides intellectual leadership to keep GWP at the forefront of new ideas and challenges
    • Provides demand-driven technical support to Regional and Country Water Partnerships
    • Supports GWP as an informed and independent voice in water-related international debates
      • Establishment of a Knowledge Fund for specific initiatives
        • (cf. GW-MATE; Knowledge Chain workshops)
      • Establishment of a High-level Panel on
        • the Economics of Water Security (cf. Camdessus, Gurria panels)
    Organizational support and capacity needs: Under the growth scenario
    • OPTION 1 :
    • All RWPs receive the same amount of (reduced) core funding to maintain Regional Secretariat and governance
    • Regions and countries raise funds to support activities
    • Secretariat reduced to minimum size :
      • Maintain fiduciary oversight
      • Basic communications
      • Basic network support
      • Maintain GWP ToolBox
      • Restructure GWP Technical Committee
    Organizational support and capacity needs: Under the Status Quo scenario
    • OPTION 2 :
    • RWPs receive different amounts of core funding based upon criteria (related to need and performance)
    • Limited core funding for workplan implementation for some Regions
    • Regions and countries raise funds to support activities
    • Regions evolve with respect to funding needs
    • Successful Regions provide support to global level of GWP
    • Secretariat and TEC reduced to minimum size as in Option 1
    Organizational support and capacity needs: Under the Status Quo scenario
    • UNDER GOAL 2 :
    • WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Building climate resilience through increasing water security
    • W ATER AND FOOD SECURITY : Achieving Food Security through Integrated Land and Water Management
    • INTEGRATED URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT : Tackling Urbanization
    Creating coherence, delivering results : Five proposed areas of thematic focus within the Strategy
    • UNDER GOAL 2 :
    • WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Building climate resilience through increasing water security
    • W ATER AND FOOD SECURITY : Achieving Food Security through Integrated Land and Water Management
    • PROPOSED FUNDING SPLIT REGIONAL/GLOBAL
    • UNDER THE GROWTH SCENARIO TO 2015 (EUR 000s)
    Creating coherence, delivering results : Five proposed areas of thematic focus within the Strategy
    • UNDER GOAL 2 :
    • WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Building climate resilience through increasing water security
    • W ATER AND FOOD SECURITY : Achieving Food Security through Integrated Land and Water Management
    • PROPOSED FUNDING SPLIT REGIONAL/GLOBAL
    • UNDER THE GROWTH SCENARIO TO 2015 (EUR 000s)
    Creating coherence, delivering results : Five proposed areas of thematic focus within the Strategy Growth Scenario and Full Strategy Implementation: Additional funding to be raised at global and at Regional levels