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Izmir, Turkey
June 16-18 2015
Ines BEERNAERTS
Land and Water Management Officer
FAO Sub-Regional Office for Central Asia
Strengthening the capacity and creating of an enabling
environment for SLM policy, investment and harmonization of
institu...
Unified approaches and methods for assessing economic
values of land and ecosystem services
Drought risk management
Salini...
Paradigm shift
Reactive crisis management Proactive risk management
Recommendation:
FAO, together with UNCCD and
WMO, shou...
Preparation of
Draft
Implementation
Plan (Pillar 1 –
Antalya, 13-17
October ‘14)
Plenary and
Steering
Committee
Meeting
(S...
Economics of land degradation
A global initiative for sustainable land
management
Cooperation and partnership (technical,
...
To scale up integrated natural resources
management in drought prone and salt
affected agricultural production systems in
...
Multiple global environmental benefits
Barriers for scaling up INRM
• Barrier 1: Inadequate regional mechanism for
evidence-based knowledge
• Barrier 2. Inadequa...
Project
Component
Project Outcomes
1. Multi-country
collaboration and
partnership to foster
the implementation of
cost-eff...
Project Component 3. Multi-country collaboration and partnership to
foster the effective delivery of INRM
Outcomes Outputs...
Project
Component
3. Multi-country collaboration and partnership
to foster the effective delivery of INRM
Outcomes Outputs...
Project
Component
Project Outcomes
2. Integration of
resilience into policy,
legal and institutional
frameworks for INRM
1...
Institutional arrangements
CACILM Steering Committee (SC) will review project achievements and report to
members of the S...
Budget
Country
GEF Project
Financing
KYR 180,125
TAJ 268,846
UZB (LD) 1,455,424
UZB (CC) 2,607,483
KAZ (LD) 900,624
KAZ (C...
Global environmental benefits
Indicator / Target
Land under integrated management (ha) : 335,000 ha
GHG emissions avoide...
For more information, please contact:
Ines Beernaerts at
ines.beernaerts@fao.org
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Integrated Natural Resources Management in drought-prone and salt-affected production landscapes in Central Asia and Turkey

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This Presentation was made during the second plennary meeting of the Eurasian soil partnership that took place in Izmir, Turkey from 16-18 June 2015. This presentation was made by Ines Beernaerts, and it has the objective to present Integrated Natural Resources Management in drought-prone and salt-affected production landscapes in Central Asia and Turkey.

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Integrated Natural Resources Management in drought-prone and salt-affected production landscapes in Central Asia and Turkey

  1. 1. Izmir, Turkey June 16-18 2015 Ines BEERNAERTS Land and Water Management Officer FAO Sub-Regional Office for Central Asia
  2. 2. Strengthening the capacity and creating of an enabling environment for SLM policy, investment and harmonization of institutional frameworks Mainstreaming and scaling up of INRM and SLM practices in DLDD affected landscapes Sustainable pasture management Sustainable forest management Drought risk management, including early warning systems Climate – smart agriculture CACILM II National priorities ELD system for valuation of land, water and ecosystem services
  3. 3. Unified approaches and methods for assessing economic values of land and ecosystem services Drought risk management Salinity control through integrated landscape management Support in implementation of aligned NAP in the context of the UNCCD Strategy (2008 – 2018) CACILM II Regional priorities
  4. 4. Paradigm shift Reactive crisis management Proactive risk management Recommendation: FAO, together with UNCCD and WMO, should support MC for developing and implementing policies, strategies and action plans on drought risk management at national and transboundary levels.
  5. 5. Preparation of Draft Implementation Plan (Pillar 1 – Antalya, 13-17 October ‘14) Plenary and Steering Committee Meeting (Samarkand, September’14) Launch workshop (Moscow, Nov.’13) Where are we starting from? Where are we going to ? With whom? Chair, Vice-chair and WGs; ICBA, ICARDA, ELD? How are we going to do it? Implementation Plan (Izmir, June 16-18 2015) Priority: Soil Salinization Eurasia Sub-Regional Soil Partnership
  6. 6. Economics of land degradation A global initiative for sustainable land management Cooperation and partnership (technical, scientific and political)?
  7. 7. To scale up integrated natural resources management in drought prone and salt affected agricultural production systems in the Central Asia and Turkey. Integrated Natural Resources Management can be defined as “the responsible and broad-based management of the land, water, forest and biological resources base (including genes) needed to sustain agricultural productivity and avert degradation of potential productivity" (Technical Advisory Committee / Science Council Secretariat, FAO, September 2003)
  8. 8. Multiple global environmental benefits
  9. 9. Barriers for scaling up INRM • Barrier 1: Inadequate regional mechanism for evidence-based knowledge • Barrier 2. Inadequate integration of resilience into policy and decision-making • Barrier 3. Absence of strategy for scaling up of INRM.
  10. 10. Project Component Project Outcomes 1. Multi-country collaboration and partnership to foster the implementation of cost-effective INRM, focusing on drought- prone and salt- affected production landscapes 1.1 Enhanced knowledge of the costs of land degradation and benefits of INRM , drought preparedness and biosaline agriculture to national economies and the region as a whole to informs policy and investment decisions at all levels, incl. NAP processes 1.2 Enhanced multi-country collaboration and information sharing to promote investment for INRM scaling up, focusing on drought prone and/or salinity affected production landscapes Scale up integrated natural resources management in drought-prone and salt-affected agriculture production landscapes in Central Asia and Turkey Objective: Scale up integrated natural resources management in drought prone and salt affected agricultural production systems in the Central Asia and Turkey.
  11. 11. Project Component 3. Multi-country collaboration and partnership to foster the effective delivery of INRM Outcomes Outputs 1.1. Enhanced knowledge of the costs of land degradation and benefits of INRM and DRM to national economies and the region as a whole informs policy and investment decisions at all levels, including NAP processes (linked to 1.1) 1.1.1 Standardized approach across countries for valuation of ecosystem services affected by land degradation, drought and desertification 1.1.2 Identification of incentives to scale up INRM (e.g. PES schemes)
  12. 12. Project Component 3. Multi-country collaboration and partnership to foster the effective delivery of INRM Outcomes Outputs 1.2. Enhanced multi- country collaboration and information sharing to promote investment for INRM scaling up, focusing on drought prone and/or salinity affected production landscapes 1.2.1 Multi-country platform for knowledge consolidation and harmonization on INRM (link to global SLM/DSS platform, EASP and ELD Secretariat) to support national advisory / extension and climate information services, including early warning systems 1.2.2 Multiscale and participatory approaches in place for monitoring of ecosystem services that integrates GEBs with socio-economic and gender considerations
  13. 13. Project Component Project Outcomes 2. Integration of resilience into policy, legal and institutional frameworks for INRM 1.1 Resilience integrated across NRM sectors and production landscapes 1.2 Incentives for climate-smart agriculture in place at national and sub-national levels 3. Upscaling of climate-smart agricultural practices in drought prone and/or salt affected production landscapes 2.1 Up-scaling of a proactive drought risk management (DRM) approach and innovative INRM technologies in selected production landscapes /land use systems use systems (e.g. pastoral, agro-sylvo-pastoral, tree-based, irrigated, rainfed, home gardens) in Central Asia and Turkey 2.2 Adaptation and scaling up of technologies and approaches for management of salt-affected production landscapes Enabling Environment Institutional and individual Capacity Development
  14. 14. Institutional arrangements CACILM Steering Committee (SC) will review project achievements and report to members of the Strategic Partnership Agreement and provide overall strategic guidance. Multi-Country Secretariat (MCS). This Project Coordination Unit (PCU), supported and coordinated by FAO SEC office, will provide the administrative services for the SC. It will operate the project monitoring and evaluation system. The execution of the multi-country component will supported by CAREC and ICBA. National Advisory and Coordination Group (ACG), responsible for aligning action with country’s policy and strategic priorities and providing strategic guidance to NSEC. It is composed of the FPs of UNFCCC, UNCCD and UNCBD, representatives of the key Ministries related to Agriculture, Water, Land use, Environment, Meteorology, science representatives and, the Ministry of Finance. The ACG may also include the designated GSP FP. National Secretariats (NSEC) providing support to the UNCCD FPs in the execution of the national components (component 2 and 3).
  15. 15. Budget Country GEF Project Financing KYR 180,125 TAJ 268,846 UZB (LD) 1,455,424 UZB (CC) 2,607,483 KAZ (LD) 900,624 KAZ (CC) 900,624 TUK 2,688,464 TUR 178,975 From GEF global set aside 1,801,250 TOTAL 10,981,,815
  16. 16. Global environmental benefits Indicator / Target Land under integrated management (ha) : 335,000 ha GHG emissions avoided or reduced (tons CO2e) :4 million Area with improved irrigation efficiency (ha):100,000 ha Socio-economic benefits Beneficiary households (number) in pastoral, agro-sylvo-pastoral, tree-based, irrigated and, rainfed systems: 30,000, Beneficiary households (number) for home gardens: 10,000 Improvement in incomes from INRM (disaggregated by gender):25%
  17. 17. For more information, please contact: Ines Beernaerts at ines.beernaerts@fao.org

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