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Partnership and sustainability WP8 GWPWAF_dam mogbante_28 aug Partnership and sustainability WP8 GWPWAF_dam mogbante_28 aug Presentation Transcript

  • Mr. Dam MOGBANTE GWP Regional Days WACDEP Work Package 8: Partnership and sustainability Case study /West Africa 28 August 2013
  • Content Introduction Activities under Work Package 8 Conclusion
  • Introduction Work Package 8 “Partnership and sustainability”  Objective: Build capacity and enhance GWP/WA, Burkina Faso and Ghana fund raising. Key output: A Strengthened network to deliver on WACDEP Indicator: - Increased programme and financial performance across Regional and Country Water Partnerships - Implementation of Results Framework & associated M&E across the GWP network.
  • Introduction Work Package 8 “Partnership and sustainability” Imply in West Africa : - Alignment with National and regional processes, programme and plans on Climate, water and Devt. - Ownership from the key Partner Organizations (including actual co-funding by them) - Commitment from decision-makers at all levels - Successful implementation and documentation of the programme to show cases,
  • Introduction “Partnership and sustainability” imply also - Capacity building, and scaling up the successful cases, - Strengthening Country and regional water Partnerships. Therefore, not related only on Work package 8 but every Work Package 1 to 8 contribute!
  • Planned activities To achieve these, the activities include: • Management and coordination of the Programme • Stakeholder engagement • Fundraising • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Key activities • Management and coordination of the Programme: • More staff • Additional equipments and supplies • meeting of the Partnership statutory organs • Ensure additional running costs
  • Key activities • Stakeholder engagement: – In Ghana broaden the Steering Committee of CWP to review and guide the WACDEP project implementation by adding representatives from the WRC, NDCP, MOFEP, MWRWH, EPA, MLGRD, MOWAC, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources – In Burkina Faso “set-up a large National WACDEP follow-up and orientation Committee” – Develop joint initiatives with ECOWAS/WRCC – Develop joint initiatives with The Volta River Authority – Make sure that the Climate centers are better contributing to RBOs and ECOWAS/WRCC Work
  • Key activities • Fundraising • Seek for co-funding (National, Regional levels) • Prepare proposals in line with Climate and Water issues • Develop fundraising activities • Monitoring and evaluation • Follow up activities and Evaluation of the Programme • Undertake joint supervision missions • Conduct external audits of the program
  • CONCLUSION Taking into account the need to start from the WP1 for sustainability and the opportunities : - the implementation of MOU with ECOWAS/WRCC, and VBA with GWP/WA has been strenghtenned with tangible collaboration actions with strong perspectives for follow-up. - the CWPs in Burkina Faso and Ghana gain more credibility with sound input in their collaboration with government bodies and other Partners. However, at regional level, the budget for the WP8 appeared to be too small for linkages with the regional and country implementation processes.