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WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
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  • 1. Trinidad, 24 June 2014 WACDEP Technical Coordination Workshop
  • 2. 2 • To increase the understanding of climate resilience and opportunities within the global climate discourse • To share experiences from the different regions on the challenges and solutions in the implementation of WACDEP WACDEP Workshop- 2 main objectives
  • 3. 3 • To discuss ways of advancing water security in regional and national adaptation planning processes • To deepen the understanding of access to climate finance and the opportunities available for advancing water governance and management • To increase the understanding of GWP’s potential role in investment planning and project preparation • To discuss and find solutions on advancing community resilience through demonstration projects • To share experiences on capacity development aimed at developing institutional capacities to integrate water security and climate resilience • To discuss programme management issues and how to ensure sustainability and growth of WACDEP interventions The specific objectives are:
  • 4. 4 1. Policy process • Influencing global climate policy agenda and role of water security • Promoting coherence on adaptation • Collaboration with UN agencies-NAP Global Support Programme 2. Scientific process-Collaboration with WMO • Global Framework for Climate Services, • Flood and drought management programmes • Synthesis IPCC findings on water 3. Influencing practice- Linking global policy to action • Regional and transboundary approach to adaptation • Integrate water security into national development • Community level demonstration projects Global context of WACDEP: areas of influence
  • 5. 5 UNFCC policy process-towards COP 21 Convention 1994 to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations Kyoto protocol 1997 Commits Parties, emission reduction targets to 2012 Amended in Doha to 2020 Bali action Plan 2007 to enable implementation of the Convention, up to and beyond 2012. Categories: shared vision, mitigation, adaptation, technology and financing Road to Agreement COP 15: Copenhagen Accords COP 16: Cancun COP 17: Durban Cop 18: Doha Climate gate way Cop 19. Warsaw outcomes COP 20: Lima. Building blocks towards COP 21 COP 21: Paris….new universal agreement
  • 6. 6 National adapataion plans (NAPs) Loss and Damage National adapataion programmes of action (NAPAs) Nairobi work programme Work streams Adaptation under the UNFCCC Adaptation Commitee Least Developed Countries Expert Group Loss and Damage Executive Committe Groups and committes
  • 7. 7 Bilateral support to the NAPs Global Partnership with UN agencies to support national adaptation plans processes (NAPs) 7 NAPs NAP Process in Country X Other Support through DBs and Funds
  • 8. 8 2. Scientific process-Collaboration with WMO • Global Framework for Climate Services, • Flood and drought management programmes • Synthesis IPCC findings on water Global context of WACDEP: areas of influence
  • 9. 9 Global Framework For Climate Services-WMO GFCS will assist the integration of climate information and services into national planning, policy and programmes water agric DRR health
  • 10. 11 The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It was established by UNEP and WMO1988 to provide the world with a clear scientific view on the current state of knowledge in climate change and its potential environmental and socio-economic impacts. IPCCC
  • 11. 12 IPCC Report 2014 on impacts, vulnerablity and adapataion Risk of climate-related impacts results from the interaction of climate-related hazards with the vulnerability and exposure of human and natural systems. Changes in both the climate system (left) and socioeconomic processes including adaptation and mitigation (right) are drivers of hazards, exposure, and vulnerability.
  • 12. 13 3. Influencing practice- Linking global policy to action • Regional and transboundary approach to adaptation • Integrate water security into national development • Community level demonstration projects Global context of WACDEP: areas of influence
  • 13. 14 • 60 Countries-Africa, Asia, Caribean, Europe and Latin America • Euros 22 Million • 2011-2016
  • 14. 15 Overall objective
  • 15. Climate community (UNFCC COP people) Development community Water community ...Working across sectoral silos, bridging divides.... OUR APPROACH: Partnerships-linking development agendas
  • 16. 17 OUR VEHICLES:
  • 17. 18 OUR INGREDIENTS: INVESTMENTS water security & climate resilient development Strengthening partnerships & coordination Building institutional capacity, tools & knowledge Generating evidence base-influencing policy
  • 18. WATER CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME -AFRICA Water security and climate resilience integrated in Africa's growth and development Investments in regional and National Development Regionaland Transboundary Cooperaton National Developmentand SectorPlans No/lowRegrets Investments ProjectPreparation andFinancing Innovative Green Solutions Demonstration Projects Knowledge and Capacity Development Capacity Developement Knowledgeand Awareness Partnerships and Sustainability Governanceand Fundrising OUTCOMEOUTPUTSACTIVITIES Enabling activitiesIntegration, investments in Climate resilient growth and development ONE Results Framework WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome
  • 19. WATER CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME -AFRICA Water security and climate resilience integrated in Africa's growth and development Investments in regional and National Development Regionaland Transboundary Cooperaton National Developmentand SectorPlans No/lowRegrets Investments ProjectPreparation andFinancing Innovative Green Solutions Demonstration Projects Knowledge and Capacity Development Capacity Developement Knowledgeand Awareness Partnerships and Sustainability Governanceand Fundrising OUTCOMEOUTPUTSACTIVITIES Enabling activitiesIntegration, investments in Climate resilient growth and development WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome ONE Results Framework
  • 20. WATER CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME -AFRICA Water security and climate resilience integrated in Africa's growth and development Investments in regional and National Development Regionaland Transboundary Cooperaton National Developmentand SectorPlans No/lowRegrets Investments ProjectPreparation andFinancing Innovative Green Solutions Demonstration Projects Knowledge and Capacity Development Capacity Developement Knowledgeand Awareness Partnerships and Sustainability Governanceand Fundrising OUTCOMEOUTPUTSACTIVITIES Enabling activitiesIntegration, investments in Climate resilient growth and development WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome ONE Results Framework
  • 21. 22 Opportunities to advance adaptation Climate funds hosted by GEF:LDCF, SCCF, AF NAPAs NAPs (NAP-GSP) Green climate fund Climate readiness Climate investment funds (CIF) World Bank, ADB, IADB, AfDB +other MDB Climate investments Funding streams Main targeted areas Bilateral climate funds

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