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Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services
24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
An introduction of A...
1. Brief self-Introduction
1-1. Name: YASU HIROMI , Born in 1965, Japanese
1-2. Specialized field: Forestry Planning and C...
2. Overall goal
Improving the capacity to effectively manage and implement the PFES policy in
Viet Nam and contributing to...
Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services
24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
CPMU
VNFF ( Project ...
4. Specific goals (as stipulated in Decision No. 3540/QD-BNN-HTQT,
12/08/2014)
4-1. To achieve the standardization of the ...
Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services
24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
5. Key activities an...
Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services
24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
5. Key activities an...
6. Duration, Project area, Funding and Consultancy Services
6-1. Duration: From September 2014 to August 2016
6-2. Project...
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An introduction of ADB-funded Technical Assistance (TA) for “Improving Payment for Forest Ecosystem ServiceImplementation” (IPFES)

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This presentation was given on the “Regional workshop on Payment for Environmental Services” on November 19 2014 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The overall aim of the workshop was to enhance the understanding and capacity of policy makers, PES practioners, and researcher communities on the topic of payments for ecosystem services and ecosystem-based approaches and also to increase dialogue between them on latest lessons learned and recommendations for effective, efficient and equitable implementation of PES.

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An introduction of ADB-funded Technical Assistance (TA) for “Improving Payment for Forest Ecosystem ServiceImplementation” (IPFES)

  1. 1. Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID) An introduction of ADB-funded Technical Assistance (TA) for “Improving Payment for Forest Ecosystem Service Implementation” (IPFES) A presentation provided by: YASU Hiromi A Chief Technical Advisor and Team Leader The Consultant Team for the TA (Nippon Koei Co., Ltd.) Contents of Today’s Presentation 1.Brief self-introduction 2.Overall goal 3.Some key features 4.Specific goals 5.Key activities and time frame 6.Duration, project area, funding and consultancy services
  2. 2. 1. Brief self-Introduction 1-1. Name: YASU HIROMI , Born in 1965, Japanese 1-2. Specialized field: Forestry Planning and Conservation of Natural Environment, Ph.D. in Forestry (2001 Kyoto University, Japan), Professional Engineer of Japan (PEJ) in Forestry and Environmental Conservation Planning. 1-3. Company: Nippon Koei Co., Ltd. (http://www.n-koei.co.jp), An Engineering Consultant Company in Tokyo, JAPAN 1-4. Experiences in Viet Nam: 2002-2003: Project finding mission and AR-CDM survey (4 weeks in total) 2004-2008: JICA1 Project, Loan project targeting in the central provinces, assigned as Forestry Planning and Monitoring Expert (4 years and 2 months) 2009: Feasibility Study to formulate JICA2 Project (5 moths) 2014-2016: ADB/TA-IPFES (2 years) Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
  3. 3. 2. Overall goal Improving the capacity to effectively manage and implement the PFES policy in Viet Nam and contributing to a sustainable management of forest resources and an improved livelihood of forest-dependent communities in Viet Nam 3. Some key features 3-1. The TA aims to Improve PFES implementation, through addressing the technical/managerial shortcomings and issues of existing PFES practices and developing the methodologies of PFES in new areas such as aquaculture, tourism, industrial water, etc. 3-2. The substantial outputs of the TA such as newly developed methodologies, action plan, guidelines and proposal will contribute to revise the existing Government decrees such as Decree 99, etc. and to develop new regulations of PFES. 3-3. CPMU/VNFF under MARD has an ownership of TA (“Chu Du an”) as stipulated Decision No. 3540/QD-BNN-HTQT, on 12/08/2014. MARD is the organization to manage overall the TA (“Co quan chu quan Du an”). The announcement of “Conclusion of the Deputy Prime Minister on the review meeting of the 3-years PFES implementation (2011-2013),No.395/TB-VPCP “, on 03/10/2014” is also directing the TA. Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
  4. 4. Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID) CPMU VNFF ( Project Owner) Steering Committee (VNFF, MARD, MONRE, MPI, PPCs & FPDFs) Partners (BCA, ISPONRE) DARDs and Provincial FPDFs PPMU Lao Cai PPMU Kon Tum PPMU T.T.Hue Legend: Leading and steering Cooperation and report Donor (ADB) Consultancy service (TA; Nippon Koei Co., Ltd.)
  5. 5. 4. Specific goals (as stipulated in Decision No. 3540/QD-BNN-HTQT, 12/08/2014) 4-1. To achieve the standardization of the economic assessments of forest environmental services at provincial level, including forest environmental services for carbon sequestration and retention of forest and aquaculture (Output 1), 4-2. To ensure the institutionalization of different mechanisms for PFES valuation for an effective management and financial distribution (Output 2), 4-3. To build an enhanced capacity for national and provisional policy makers to value forest environmental services and integrate them into economic development planning (Output 3), and 4-4. To summarize and share the best practices and lessons learnt among all involved stakeholders (Output 4) Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)
  6. 6. Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID) 5. Key activities and time frame in 2014 and 2015 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Collection and review on PFES pilot activities and degree/regulation Preliminaryvisit to the provinces to update the PFES implementation Preparation of detailed work plan Inception workshop Procurement of equipment Review of PFES practices in VN and GMS region Establishment of IT platform & forest monitoring system using GIS Studyof ecosystem service valuation and pricing in VN and other countires Thematic studyon methodologies and design of PFES in the target provinces (aquaculture, tourism, industrial water, etc.) Development of a road map to improve the PFES implementation Development of guidelines on accounting, RS/GIS, gender-sensitive practices and consideration in PFES, etc. Approval of the government to test newlydeveloped guidelines Conduct the pilot of PFES using the newlydeveloped guideline, circular, etc.. Approval of the govermnet on the policyguidelines of PFES to be applicable to the national level Assessment of gender impact and capacitybuilding needs Develoment of a capacityaction plan Establishment of champions network and conduct of trainings Trianing for 50 champions in GIS slkills and technologies 10 capacitydevelopmet workshops (500 participants, 40% of women) Final capacityassessment Communication and knowledge management plan Development of the learing modules in PFES communication Making of the summaryof best practices and lessons in the TA Mainstreaming of the lessons into ADB regional GMS BCC project Dissemination of the final report Output 1: "Standardization of PFES methodologies and design" Output 2: "Institutionalizetion of PFES mechanisms" Output 3: "Capacitydevelopment of the national and provincial policymakers of PFES" Output 4: "Sharing best practices and lessons in the TAin national and regional level" Preparatoryworks KeyactivitiesOutput 2014 2015
  7. 7. Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID) 5. Key activities and time frame in 2016 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Collection and review on PFES pilot activities and degree/regulation Preliminaryvisit to the provinces to update the PFES implementation Preparation of detailed work plan Inception workshop Procurement of equipment Review of PFES practices in VN and GMS region Establishment of IT platform & forest monitoring system using GIS Studyof ecosystem service valuation and pricing in VN and other countires Thematic studyon methodologies and design of PFES in the target provinces (aquaculture, tourism, industrial water, etc.) Development of a road map to improve the PFES implementation Development of guidelines on accounting, RS/GIS, gender-sensitive practices and consideration in PFES, etc. Approval of the government to test newlydeveloped guidelines Conduct the pilot of PFES using the newlydeveloped guideline, circular, etc.. Approval of the govermnet on the policyguidelines of PFES to be applicable to the national level Assessment of gender impact and capacitybuilding needs Develoment of a capacityaction plan Establishment of champions network and conduct of trainings Trianing for 50 champions in GIS slkills and technologies 10 capacitydevelopmet workshops (500 participants, 40% of women) Final capacityassessment Communication and knowledge management plan Development of the learing modules in PFES communication Making of the summaryof best practices and lessons in the TA Mainstreaming of the lessons into ADB regional GMS BCC project Dissemination of the final report Output 1: "Standardization of PFES methodologies and design" Output 2: "Institutionalizetion of PFES mechanisms" Output 3: "Capacitydevelopment of the national and provincial policymakers of PFES" Output 4: "Sharing best practices and lessons in the TAin national and regional level" Preparatoryworks KeyactivitiesOutput 2016
  8. 8. 6. Duration, Project area, Funding and Consultancy Services 6-1. Duration: From September 2014 to August 2016 6-2. Project Areas: (1) Hanoi (VNFF, MARD), (2) Target provinces: Lao Cai, T. T. Hue, Kon Tum, (3) Pilot provinces: Ca Mau and Ben Tre 6-3. Funding: The Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) entrusted through Asian Development Bank ($1.5 million) and the budget of the Government of Viet Nam ($150,000-) 6-4. Consultancy Company: Nippon Koei Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan (www.n- koei.co.jp) 6-5. Consultant Team: One (1) International Expert (10 PM) and Fourteen (14) National Experts (216 PM) 6-5. Contact (Consultant office): B1 Building, MARD compound, No. 10, Nguyen Cong Hoan str., Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam Telephone: +84-4-6683-7574, E-mail: ipfes@vnff.gov.vn Website: www.vnff.mard.gov.vn (End) Regional Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services 24-25 November 2014, Hanoi (VAFS/CIFOR/USAID)

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