Delivering the Strategy 2014-2019
Work Programme Planning
Overview and Timeline
GWP Regional Days
26-30 August 2013
Stockh...
Sessions Overview
1. Planning
– Finalisation of 2014-2016 Work Programme
– Preparation of 2014 Workplan
2. Financing
– Loo...
3
Work Programme Management Cycle:
Intentional Design:
Planning
Vision and Mission
Boundary Actors
Desired Outcomes
Progre...
GWP programme management documents
GWPStrategy2014-2019
Work programme 2014-2016
Outcome challenges, progress
markers, pro...
GWP
Work
Program
1
2
3
Timeline
By 25 October:
1. Final Work Programme 2014-2016;
2. contributions to the Annual Programme Review 2013;
3. Workpl...
Finalisation of 2014-2016 Work Programme
Work programme 2014-2016
GWPStrategy2014-2019
Work programme 2014-2016
Outcome challenges, progress
markers, projects/acti...
Contents Work Programme
1. Background and introduction
1.1 The regional context
1.2 GWP organization in the region
1.3 GWP...
TABLE A: Strategic Results Framework (1)
Vision “A water-secure
world”
GWP Impact Statement:
A higher level of water
secur...
TABLE B: Strategic Results Framework (2)
OC Outcome Challenges Boundary
actors
Progress markers
1.1 
1.2 
1.3 

Region...
TABLE C: Implementation Map
OC OC OC INDICATIVE PROJECTS AND
ACTIVITIES
IMPLEMENTATION
MECHANISMS
Implementation Map at Re...
TABLE D: Summary Results Framework
LFA level Description Indicators 2014 2015 2016 Total
Outcome Sustainable
development a...
3-year work programme
• The detailed description of projects is provided in the
respective project documents.
• The full l...
Preparation of 2014 Workplan & Budget
Work plan 2014
GWPStrategy2014-2019
Work programme 2014-2016
Outcome challenges, progress
markers, projects/activities,
lo...
Annual work plans
• Project activities are listed individually by relevant
progress marker and outcome challenge
• Consist...
New: Setting targets on a
limited set of indicators
Preparation of 2013 Progress Review
New: Follow up on a
limited set of indicators with
targets
Other Monitoring tools 2014
New: Include a Narrative
to the Q project report;
Progress, Obstacles lessons
• In addition to financial reports we need quarterly
narrative from projects
• Starting with the Water and Climate Program...
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  1. 1. Delivering the Strategy 2014-2019 Work Programme Planning Overview and Timeline GWP Regional Days 26-30 August 2013 Stockholm
  2. 2. Sessions Overview 1. Planning – Finalisation of 2014-2016 Work Programme – Preparation of 2014 Workplan 2. Financing – Looking ahead to 2014 3. Monitoring and Reporting – Preparation of 2013 Progress Review – Monitoring and reporting tools in 2014
  3. 3. 3 Work Programme Management Cycle: Intentional Design: Planning Vision and Mission Boundary Actors Desired Outcomes Progress Markers Implementation Activities Outputs Monitoring 1) Progress Markers - through outcome journals 2) Implementation of activities Evaluation Learning Reporting
  4. 4. GWP programme management documents GWPStrategy2014-2019 Work programme 2014-2016 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work programme 2017-2019 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work plan 2014 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2015 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2016 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2017 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2018 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2019 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Annual reporting 2014 Annual reporting 2015 Annual reporting 2016 Annual reporting 2017 Annual reporting 2018 Annual reporting 2019 201420152016201720182019
  5. 5. GWP Work Program 1 2 3
  6. 6. Timeline By 25 October: 1. Final Work Programme 2014-2016; 2. contributions to the Annual Programme Review 2013; 3. Workplan & Budget 2014: • Implications: Projects to be included in 2014 Workplan should be approved before 25 October. • Templates: – For workprogramme: already available – For workplan/budget and progress review sent by GWPO on 9 September.
  7. 7. Finalisation of 2014-2016 Work Programme
  8. 8. Work programme 2014-2016 GWPStrategy2014-2019 Work programme 2014-2016 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work programme 2017-2019 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work plan 2014 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2015 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2016 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2017 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2018 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2019 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Annual reporting 2014 Annual reporting 2015 Annual reporting 2016 Annual reporting 2017 Annual reporting 2018 Annual reporting 2019 201420152016201720182019
  9. 9. Contents Work Programme 1. Background and introduction 1.1 The regional context 1.2 GWP organization in the region 1.3 GWP regional role and value added 1.4 Taking stock of the 2009-2013 Strategy period 2. Strategic Result Framework at Regional level (6 years) 2.1 Vision & Mission 2.2 Regional Outcome Challenges & Progress Markers 2.2.1 Strategic goal 1 2.2.2 Strategic goal 2 2.2.3 Strategic goal 3 3. Implementation Map at Regional level (3 years) 3.1 Implementation Path for Goal 1 3.2 Implementation Path for Goal 2 3.3 Implementation Path for Goal 3 4. Resources needed (3 years) 5. Summary Results Framework (targets) 5.1 GWP Impact 5.2 GWP Key Water Governance Outcomes 5.3 GWP Outputs
  10. 10. TABLE A: Strategic Results Framework (1) Vision “A water-secure world” GWP Impact Statement: A higher level of water security and climate resilience achieved in developing countries, transboundary basins and economic regions Regional level Impact Statement: (beneficiaries; investments leveraged) Mission “To advance integrated water resources management for sustainable growth and prosperity at all levels” GWP Work Programme Overall Outcome: Sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels Regional level Work Programme Overall Outcome: (major governance changes fostered) Vision & Mission
  11. 11. TABLE B: Strategic Results Framework (2) OC Outcome Challenges Boundary actors Progress markers 1.1  1.2  1.3   Regional Outcome Challenges & Progress Markers for 2020 For the 3 Goals • G1: Catalyse Change • G2: Generate & Share Knowledge • G3: Strengthen Partnerships
  12. 12. TABLE C: Implementation Map OC OC OC INDICATIVE PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISMS Implementation Map at Regional level (3 years 2014-16) For the 3 Goals • Overall Output G1: Facilitation packages for countries and regions implemented and innovative, sustainable IWRM solutions demonstrated • Overall Output G2: Knowledge and capacity developed, disseminated and used • Overall Output G3: An effective Global Action Network of partners sustained
  13. 13. TABLE D: Summary Results Framework LFA level Description Indicators 2014 2015 2016 Total Outcome Sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels Series of indicators recording changes in Water Governance influenced by GWP, following ToolBox structure # Number of Enabling Environment elements influenced # Number of Institutional Arrangements influenced # Number of Management Instruments influenced More specifically: 6 Indicators followed closely, including Targets O1 Number of policies, plans and strategies which integrate water security for climate resilience O2 Number of approved investment plans associated with policies, plans and strategies which integrate water security for climate resilience O3 Number of agreements/commitments on enhanced water security at transboundary/regional level influenced. O4 Number. of investment strategies supporting policies and plans which integrate water security for climate resilience O5 Number of enhanced legal frameworks / policies / strategies integrating water security and climate change facilitated by GWP/WPP. O6 Gender: Percentage of women and girls benefiting from interventions to improve water security (min %). Nb requires robust M&E methodology to ensure disaggregated data collected. GWP Gender strategy in place 50% 50%
  14. 14. 3-year work programme • The detailed description of projects is provided in the respective project documents. • The full list of project activities / tasks do therefore not need to be repeated • A project can simply be included as a single action line, 3 action lines (3 components under the 3 strategic goals), or according to work packages (e.g. 8 action lines for the WCP programme) in the GWP entity work programme document. How to deal with projects?
  15. 15. Preparation of 2014 Workplan & Budget
  16. 16. Work plan 2014 GWPStrategy2014-2019 Work programme 2014-2016 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work programme 2017-2019 Outcome challenges, progress markers, projects/activities, logframe targets, resources for the 3-year period Work plan 2014 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2015 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2016 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2017 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2018 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Work plan 2019 OC, PM, activities, LF targets, budget for the 12-month period Annual reporting 2014 Annual reporting 2015 Annual reporting 2016 Annual reporting 2017 Annual reporting 2018 Annual reporting 2019 201420152016201720182019
  17. 17. Annual work plans • Project activities are listed individually by relevant progress marker and outcome challenge • Consistency maintained with annual budget breakdown Locally funded projects: Can be included in summary form as in the work programme document How to deal with projects?
  18. 18. New: Setting targets on a limited set of indicators
  19. 19. Preparation of 2013 Progress Review
  20. 20. New: Follow up on a limited set of indicators with targets
  21. 21. Other Monitoring tools 2014
  22. 22. New: Include a Narrative to the Q project report; Progress, Obstacles lessons
  23. 23. • In addition to financial reports we need quarterly narrative from projects • Starting with the Water and Climate Programme • Necessary to manage the portfolio of projects, including budget reallocation • Template still being developed – will be sent out shortly • To be required from Q3 2013 onwards from all regions that have ongoing WCP projects WCP quarterly narrative reports
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