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  • 1. Knowledge and Awareness Work Package 7– Water and Climate Programme 28 August 2013, Regional Days 1
  • 2. Knowledge and Awareness (K&A) Overview • This package will ensure that GWP will be a provider of cutting-edge knowledge aimed at supporting the application of IWRM for water security and climate resilience. • Capturing existing knowledge • Facilitating the generation of new evidence-based and local context-specific knowledge • … to ensure that the network continues to support countries and deliver on the implementation of WCP. 2
  • 3. Overall Objective (K&A) • Institutions and stakeholders access and use information and knowledge • Share, package and disseminate information and knowledge on how to enhance water security and climate resilient development • Ensure effective communication with stakeholders to enhance understanding of issues 3
  • 4. Key Outputs (K&A) 4 • Enhanced understanding of the importance of investing in water security and climate resilience at all levels • Communication Strategy for water security and climate resilience • Articles on water and climate in media • Information readily available in print and electronically • Tools developed to support WCP implementation • Policy briefs, fact sheets, briefing notes on key issues and outcome stories
  • 5. Types of Activities (K&A) 5 • Regions develop WCP communication strategies and relate to other regional comms strategies • Ensure Comms/KM capacity in regional secretariats • Engage journalist networks and media (e.g., training, participation in stakeholder workshops) • Experts in RWP and CWPs (+strategic allies) support development of knowledge products • Build relationships with Parliamentarians and organise Inter-Ministerial Roundtables • Engage national CC negotiators to raise water’s profile
  • 6. Indicator (1) Number of media features on climate change and water security linked to the WACDEP Results which record the number of media features initiated including the extent of their outreach and anticipated impact Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 5 10 15 30 Observed
  • 7. Indicator (2) Number of publications, knowledge products (including strategic messages) and tools for water security & climate resilience developed and disseminated Results which demonstrate an increase in the available knowledge base for relevant stakeholders Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 5 10 20 30 Observed
  • 8. Indicator (3) Number of joint global/regional activities by GWP and World Bank on climate change and water security which lead to demonstrable follow-up actions Results which can be shown to be attributable to collaborative activities carried out jointly by GWP and WPP Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 2 2 5 Observed
  • 9. Indicator (4) User satisfaction across knowledge products and services produced, managed and disseminated by GWP Results generated from questionnaires and surveys completed by key users of GWP knowledge products and services Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 30% 50% 65% Observed
  • 10. Indicator (5) Number of south-south lesson learning & knowledge transfers initiatives with commitments for concrete follow up Results which demonstrate the leverage gained from the implementation of south-south learning and knowledge transfer initiatives Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 1 2 3 Observed
  • 11. Capacity Development Work Package 6 – Water and Climate Programme 28 August 2013, Regional Days 11
  • 12. Capacity Development (CapDev) Overview • This package will provide capacity for delivering all the other work packages. • Primary target: government planners across ministries • Secondary target: GWP regional and national teams; and other regional and national stakeholders such regional economic communities (RECs), river basin organisations (RBOs), development banks, non- governmental organisations (NGOs), development partners and academic institutions. 12
  • 13. Overall Objective (CapDev) • Institutions and stakeholders have enhanced capacity development • Ensure there is capacity in the countries to develop no/low regret investments and integrate these into national development planning processes. • Increase awareness and understanding of tools that are used to develop these investments. 13
  • 14. Key Outputs (CapDev) 14 • Capacity Development plan developed • Training material developed • Reports on outcome of the capacity building activities with clear indicators for the capacity that was built • Report on local institutions and regional climate change centres which show enhanced capacity through clear indicators
  • 15. Types of Activities (CapDev) 15 • Consultant and regional teams work to identify needs • Consultant working with CapNet (and other relevant service providers) with input from regions develop training material • GWP Teams trained during the development of the training materials – as piloting • Regional Teams trained to cascade training into countries • Local experts provide on-the-job support to practitioners, identifying and prioritising no/low regrets investments for WCP
  • 16. Indicator Number of government institutions/other stakeholders with demonstrably enhanced capacity to integrate water security and climate change in the design and implementation of policies, plans & projects Results which demonstrate that capacity has been developed among staff of government institutions/other stakeholders, i.e. results which show with a reasonable degree of certainty that organisations have gained from (rather than simply been exposed to) capacity building activities Baseline 2012 Milestone 2014 Milestone 2015 Target 2016 Target 0 5 16 24 Observed