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TDA/SAP Methodology Training Course Module 1 Section 2 TDA/SAP Methodology Training Course Module 1 Section 2 Presentation Transcript

  • IW:LEARN TDA/SAP Training Course Module 1: Introduction to the TDA/SAP Process
  • Section 2: The TDA/SAP Process
  • + What are the Acronyms? SAP – Strategic Ac on Programme TDA – Transboundary Diagnos c Analysis
  • + So what’s the TDA/SAP Process? SAPTDA Strategic Thinking Strategic Planning Implementation TDA/SAP Process Analysis
  • + So what’s the TDA/SAP Process? The Analytical Component Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) Technical Analysis of Problems, Impacts, Causes The Strategic Component Strategic Action Programme (SAP) Strategic Thinking, Planning and Implementation
  • + TDA – The Analytical Component The main technical role of a TDA is to identify, quantify, and set priorities for environmental problems that are transboundary in nature.
  • + The TDA should aim to: Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis Analyse the institutions, laws, policies and projected investments Analyse the causes for each problem Identify & prioritise the transboundary problems Analyse the environmental impacts and socio- economic consequences of each problem
  • + The TDA – Analysis and Engagement  The TDA provides the factual basis for the strategic component of the TDA/SAP Process – strategic thinking, planning and implementation of the SAP  The TDA should also be part of a process of engagement and consultation with all the key stakeholders from the initial TDA steps through to the subsequent development of alternative solutions during the formulation of the SAP
  • + SAP – The Strategic Component The SAP is a negotiated policy document that should be endorsed at the highest level. It establishes clear priorities for action to resolve the priority problems identified in the TDA
  • + The SAP has 3 key Steps Strategic Thinking: The collaborative development of the key components of the SAP - Vision, Goals Opportunities for Innovation; Options and Alternatives Strategic Planning: National and regional consultation processes; setting strategies for implementation; action planning; developing the draft action plan Implementation: Endorsing the SAP; key implementation steps
  • + The SAP – Key Elements  A well-defined baseline enables a clear distinction between actions with purely national benefits and those addressing transboundary concerns with global benefits.  The development of institutional mechanisms at the regional and national levels for implementing the SAP  Monitoring and evaluation procedures to measure effectiveness of the outcomes of the process.
  • + To Summarise GEF International Waters are transboundary water systems that include river basins, lake basins, groundwater resources, large marine ecosystems (LME) Transboundary waters are water systems that are shared between more than one country TDA/SAP is a strategic process developed for transboundary water systems The main technical role of a TDA is to identify, quantify, and set priorities for environmental problems that are transboundary in nature The SAP is a negotiated policy document that should be endorsed at the highest level. It establishes clear priorities for action to resolve the priority problems identified in the TDA
  • + Group Exercise In groups of 5:  Why is your water system regionally and globally important? List the key points. Timing: 15 minutes