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  • Eisenhower speech, 1953, ATOMS FOR PEACE
  • The core mission of the Agency is thus to enhance security and development in its Member States. All states, no matter what their stage of development, have the right to benefit from nuclear technology and the responsibility not to misuse it. This insistence on the rights and responsibilities of all Member States is central to the Agency.
  • “ To increasingly promote tangible socio-economic impact by contributing directly in a cost-effective manner to the achievement of the major sustainable development priorities of each country.”
  • All Member States are eligible to participate in the TC programme. All Member States benefit from the TC programme, whether directly through projects or indirectly through activities for the global good; whether by receiving direct support or by being the source of equipment and experts. In parallel, all Member States share the responsibility for the programme, and provide political, financial or implementation support. 70% of the capacity building function of the Agency is delivered through the technical cooperation programme.
  • Promoting Science & Technology The IAEA is working to to fighting poverty, sickness, and pollution of the earth's environment, and to other global "Millennium Goals" for a safer and better future. Some examples of this are listed above. Nuclear technologies reaches into almost every aspect of our daily lives. A few facts are: Nuclear power generates about 16 percent of the world’s electricity; Someone receives radioisotope treatment for medical diagnosis every third second; that is 35,000 persons every day; 3 million persons are treated with radiotherapy each year against cancer; 40 countries now use irradiation to improve the hygiene, safety and quality of food; Radiation is used in scores of industrial applications: sterilizing syringes and other hospital supplies; testing the quality of steel for cars and trucks; and checking for production flaws in airplane engines.
  • More examples
  • Eisenhower speech, 1953, ATOMS FOR PEACE
  • TC Website: open to the public at large; TC information and External Forms http://tc.iaea.org/

Technical Cooperation Programme - Delivering Results for Peace and Development april 2011 Technical Cooperation Programme - Delivering Results for Peace and Development april 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Presentation information
    • Target audience: General development audience, Member States, IAEA staff
    • Prepared by: Communication Team, TCPC
    • Date prepared: August 2010
    • Contents:
      • The birth of the IAEA and technical cooperation
      • TC strategic direction (Statute, TC Strategic Goal)
      • Department of Technical Cooperation Organigramme
      • The technical cooperation programme: a shared responsibility
      • TC project stakeholders
      • TC services: Experts and Meetings; Fellows/Scientific Visitors; Training Courses; Field procurement
      • TC Programme Cycle Management
      • Nuclear technology: a strategic approach
      • Technical Cooperation: areas of contribution: health; agriculture; water, energy; environment; safety
      • TC programme 2009 overview
      • Trends in TC programming
  • The IAEA’s Technical Cooperation Programme Delivering Results for Peace and Development
  • The birth of the IAEA and technical cooperation
    • The IAEA is the world´s centre of cooperation in the nuclear field. It was set up as the world´s "Atoms for Peace" organization in 1957 within the United Nations family. The Agency works with its Member States and multiple partners worldwide to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies.
  • TC strategic direction is driven by
    • IAEA Statute (1956)
    • TC Strategy (est. 1997, rev. 2002)
    • Agency’s Medium Term Strategy (2006 - 2011)
  • IAEA Statute, Article II
    • “ The Agency shall seek to accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy to peace, health and prosperity throughout the world. It shall ensure, so far as it is able, that assistance provided by it or at its request or under its supervision or control is not used in such a way as to further any military purpose.”
  • “ To increasingly promote tangible socioeconomic impact by contributing directly in a cost-effective manner to the achievement of the major sustainable development priorities of each country.” TC Strategic Goal
  • Department of Technical Cooperation Deputy Director General Mr. Kwaku Aning Division of Programme Support and Coordination TCPC Ms. Donatella Magliani Finance and Information Management Mr. Frederick Claps Strategy and Partnerships Mr. Johannes Seybold Quality Assurance Mr. Javier Guarnizo Division for Latin America TCLA Mr. Juan Antonio Casas-Zamora Division for Europe TCEU Mr. Manase Peter Salema Division for Asia and the Pacific TCAP Mr. Dazhu Yang Division for Africa TCAF Mr. Ali Boussaha Africa Section 1 TCAF 1 Mr. Mulugeta Amha Africa Section 1 TCAF 1 Mr. Jing Zhang Asia and the Pacific Section 1 TCAP 1 Mr. Mokdad Maksoudi Asia and the Pacific Section 2 TCAP 2 Mr. Ansar Shamsi Europe Section 1 TCEU 1 Mr. Manuel Recio Europe Section 1 TCEU 2 Mr. Andrejs Salmins Latin America Section 1 TCLA 1 Mr. Royal Kastens Latin America Section 1 TCLA 1 Mr. Alain Cardoso
  • The technical cooperation programme: a shared responsibility Technical Cooperation Programme All Member States Technical Departments Scientific and technological support Member States with TC projects Full range of responsibilities including priority setting IAEA Secretariat Department of Technical Cooperation Overall management and coordination Capacity building
  • TC project stakeholders
    • International Expert (Non-staff Members)
    • Expert provides advice, on-the-job training or analysis and makes recommendations towards achieving the TC project objective
    • Meeting Participant
    • Exchanges experience or discusses technical/managerial aspects of a TC project/programmes
    • Staff Member
    • Provides technical expertise
    TC services: Experts and Meetings
  • TC services: Fellows/Scientific Visitors
    • Fellowships:
    • TC project-related practical / on-the-job training of candidates (usually from 1 to12 months at a single institute)
    • for long-term academic training leading towards a degree (Masters or Ph.D.) – “Sandwich ” Programme
    • Scientific Visits:
    • TC project-related training of candidates who hold an appropriate advisory or management position (up to 2 weeks in a maximum of 2 countries)
    • Training event provided by the Agency, in cooperation with Member States, where lecturers teach participants, providing additional knowledge or skills in a particular field.
    • Provided at national , regional , interregional levels
    TC services: Training Courses
    • Approximately 40% of the annual TC budget is devoted to procurement
    • Equipment , supplies , and contracted services are procured, if these are included as part of a TC project
    • Field Procurement is largely managed by the Office of Procurement Services (Department of Management), in cooperation with TC staff, the technical officers and the counterparts.
    TC services: Field procurement
  • 14/04/11 TC Programme Cycle Management on the basis of the TC STRATEGY: CPF and Strategic Partnership
    • PROGRAMME PLANNING & APPROVAL
    • Upstream work
    • Concepts & Prioritization
    • Project design
    • Resourcing & budgeting
    • Internal Approval
    • Approval by TACC/Board
    • PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
    • Operational execution
    • Monitor progress
    • Make adjustments
    • Report performance / Self Assessment
    • 5. Project closure
    • PROGRAMME REVIEW
    • Independent Evaluation
    • Self Assessment
    • Impact Assessment
    • Follow-up adjustments and implementation of recommendations
  • Nuclear technology: a strategic approach
    • What’s the nuclear technology involved?
    • Is it cost-effective?
    • Is there a better non-nuclear alternative?
    Nuclear technology should either be unique, a better alternative, or complementary.
    • Supporting Agriculture and Rural Development
    • Advancing Water Resource Management
    • Improving Human Health
    • Addressing Environmental Challenges
    • Promoting Sustainable Energy Development
    Technical Cooperation: areas of contribution
  • Improving human health
    • Control of communicable diseases, including HIV/AIDS and detection of drug-resistant strains of Malaria and Tuberculosis
    • Advance cancer therapy
    • Expand technical capabilities in nuclear medicine diagnosis
    • Improve nutritional status of children and women
    • Assess nutrition intervention programmes related to HIV/AIDS
  • Supporting agriculture and rural development
    • Establish tsetse-free zones
    • Improve crop productivity
    • Combat agricultural pests
    • Improve animal health
    • Promote livestock production
  • Advancing water resource management
    • Map groundwater resources
    • Develop integrated management schemes for water resources
    • Study vulnerability to pollution
    • Investigate sea water intrusion
    • Strengthen capabilities for hydro geochemical mapping
    • Investigate dam and reservoir leakages and safety
  • Promoting sustainable energy development
    • Build capacities to manage the development of the energy sector
    • Transfer IAEA tools for energy demand forecasting, integrated energy planning, and least-cost electricity system expansion planning
    • Train national energy system specialists to independently conduct country studies
  • Addressing environmental challenges
    • Improve soil conservation and efficient land and water management
    • Combat desertification
    • Analyse status of land and water degradation
    • Detect and study groundwater and air pollution
    • Manage and remediate contaminated zones
    • Improve coastal zone management
  • Supporting safety
    • Upgrade nuclear infrastructure
    • Prepare for and respond to emergencies
    • Strengthen nuclear safety and radiation regulation
    • Capacity-building in:
      • Legislative frameworks, regulatory infrastructure, operational safety, safety assessment, infrastructure preparation, human resource development, management systems, plant life management, radiation protection, waste management, emergency preparedness and response.
  • TC programme - Quick Facts
    • Recipients: all IAEA Member States are eligible for TC assistance
    • National, regional and interregional projects
    • 80% of recipients are non-nuclear power countries
    • 26 recipient countries are Least Developed Countries (LDCs)
  • The birth of the IAEA and technical cooperation
    • The IAEA is the world´s centre of cooperation in the nuclear field. It was set up as the world´s "Atoms for Peace" organization in 1957 within the United Nations family. The Agency works with its Member States and multiple partners worldwide to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies.
  • Disbursements by Agency Programme 2010 14/04/11 Human health 17.9% Food & agriculture 14% Nuclear safety 18.4% Radioisotope production and radiation technology 11.5%
  • 14/04/11 Technical Cooperation 2010
    • $114.3 million disbursed
    • Support provided to 129 countries and territories
      • Expert and lecturer assignments
      • meeting participants
      • training course participants
      • fellows and scientific visitors
      • procurement
  • Trends in TC programming
    • Projects increasingly seen in a larger, results-oriented context, rather in than in isolation from each other.
    • Increasing regional emphasis - “fewer but better”
    • Focus on Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC)
    • Growing emphasis on Least Developed Countries (LDCs)
    • Partnerships increasingly important
    • Linked to the Millennium Development Goals.
  • Information about the TC programme
    • Official documents
      • TACC/BoG documents
        • Agency’s Proposed TC Programme
        • Project Listings
    • Publications
      • Annual TC Report, TC chapter in IAEA Annual Report
      • Project profiles
      • Fact sheets, brochures, other TC publications
    • Online resources
      • TC Web: http://tc.iaea.org/
    • ... no sustainable human development is possible without security, and no lasting security is achievable without development …
    • Department of Technical Cooperation
    • International Atomic Energy Agency
    • tc.iaea.org