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    • Alex Simalabwi Global Coordinator Water and Climate Programme Stockholm, 27 August 2013 Towards a shared Vision
    • ...united in purpose...celebrating regional diversity One GWP
    • 4 Why a shared Vision To coordinate our efforts on adaptation, ensure strategic precision and efficiency in our value proposition to one of the greatest global challenges of our time
    • One GWP one results framework
    • 6 Single objective
    • WCP Impact Impact: A higher level of water security and climate resilience achieved in developing countries, transboundary basins and economic regions
    • 8 • In collaboration with UNDP and UNEP, WHO, FAO, IFAD and UNITAR, contribute to National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) process under the UNDP/UNEP led Global Support programme with support from UNFCCC and GEF • NAPs aimed at supporting countries to mainstream adaptation in development processes .........Contribution to NAPs
    • 9 Water and Climate Programme Water and Climate programme 1. WACDEP in Africa 2. Water and Climate Programmes – Caribbean, Asia, Latin America, Europe 3. Global WMO/GWP IDMP and APFM 4. Deltas Climate Resilience Programme WCP programmes/projects use the same log frame
    • Outputs and the methods of delivery to get results depends on regional and country context Because water resources challenges are context specific BUT…….!
    • Flexibity in regional approaches essential Doing different things-contributing to the same objective Log frame provides a guiding framework!! NO ONE SIZE FITS ALL.!
    • Towards a shared Vision on Work Packages
    • WCP implementation – Work Packages Four (4) components with eight (8) generic Work Packages are the mechanisms for implementing the WCP Each Work Package objective contributes to a corresponding Outcome Challenge Work Packages are interrelated….
    • What is a Work Package? In Project Management: A work package is a group of related tasks that are defined at the same level within a work breakdown structure.
    • 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 Global Water and Climate Programme-Work Breakdown structure WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome
    • 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 Global Water and Climate Programme-Work Breakdown structure WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome
    • 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 Global Water and Climate Programme-Work Breakdown structure WorkPackagesComponentsoutcome
    • Component 1: Countries and regions supported to develop and integrate “no/low regrets” water security and climate resilience investments into their development plans, budgets and programmes  Work Package 1: Regional and transboundary cooperation Objective/ Outcome Challenge 1: Regional Economic Communities River Basin Organisations (RBOs) and governments advance regional cooperation in climate change adaptation in transboundary waters and shared aquifers for regional and economic development
    • Component 1: Countries and regions supported to develop and integrate “no/low regrets” water security and climate resilience investments into their development plans, budgets and programmes  Work Package 2: National development planning processes Objective/Outcome Challenge 2: Countries integrate water security and climate resilience into national development planning, decision-making processes
    •  Work Package 3: Investments Objective/ Outcome Challenge 3: Stakeholders at all levels develop gender sensitive ‘No/low Regrets’ investments and financing strategies  Work Package 4: Project Preparation and Financing Objective/Outcome Challenge 4: governments enhance efficiency in Project preparation to leverage funding from traditional sources of water financing and adaptation funds
    • Component 2: Solutions in place for addressing critical water security challenges to enhance climate resilience of countries and communities  Work Package 5: Demonstration Projects Objective/ Outcome Challenge 5: Stakeholders develop and implement innovative pro-poor and gender sensitive ‘green’ solutions for addressing critical water security challenges such as water-food-energy, to enhance climate resilience of countries and communities
    • Component 3: Knowledge and capacity developed for enhancing water security and climate resilience  Work Package 6: Capacity Development Objective/Outcome Challenge 6: Institutions and stakeholders have enhanced capacity to develop no/low regrets investment and integrate water security and climate resilience in development plans
    •  Work Package 7: Knowledge and awareness Objective/ Outcome Challenge 7: Institutions and stakeholders have access to and use information and knowledge on how to enhance water security and climate resilient development
    • Component 4: Operational GWP network working with strategic allies and stakeholders to integrate water security and climate resilience in the development process  Work Package 8: Governance and Fundraising  Objective/ Outcome Challenge 8: Regional/ country level partnerships’ have enhanced competencies in fund raising, project coordination, financial management, stakeholder engagement, monitoring and evaluation
    • The log frame indicators is what GWP will be measured on We need a common understanding on the indicators and how to measure progress towards implementation including risk management and monitoring