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Multistakeholders' Partnership for SDGs


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This presentation was part of the 2017 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme “Building Transformational Leadership Towards the SDGs” at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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Multistakeholders' Partnership for SDGs

  1. 1. Ahmed Aslam, Waheed (Maldives) ( ) Lay Mei, Sim (Malaysia) ( Mumtas, Meraman (Thailand) ( ) Nhat Ha Chi, Nguyen (Vietnam) ( Multi- stakeholders’ Partnership for SDGs
  2. 2. Outline • Introduction • Lessons from Field Trip • Small island state • Recommendations • Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. “All have enough to sustain, Leave no one behind”- Sirikul Laukaikul, BrandBeing Consultant Co.Ltd; Somnuck Jongmeewasin, Academic Coordinator Network Of Eastern Friends: Agenda Of Eastern Changes
  5. 5. Lessons from field tripS 2ND -3rdJuly 2017
  6. 6. Ao Udom Coastal Development Zone
  7. 7. Ao Udom • Ao Udom is located in the east of Thailand • Part of Laem Chaband Municipality • An ancient community • There are 2 groups people who live in this area- local Thai people and a Chinese community • The main occupation in this area is traditional fishery, or aquaculture • Mangrove forest is abundant • Beach By Mumtas Meraman
  8. 8. Eastern Seaboard Project (Phase 1 and Phase 2) • Economic Development Project • Port and oil industry • such as Siam Commercial Seaport, Thaioil, PTT, J.C. Marine, Cerry Logistic and etc • Using Expropriation Acts 1020 Ha. In 1978 and 5,000 Ha. in 1996 By Mumtas Meraman By Mumtas Meraman
  9. 9. Resolving the problems by local people • Start with a group of local people- decided to recover the ecosystem by themselves • Thai people call “tod bot learn” = Learning together, record, and distribute • Made a leader • Negotiation with other sectors- private sector, government (both central and local) • Partnership – MOU with private sector and working together Community NGOs Thai-oil, PTT Multi-Stakeholder collaboration
  10. 10. Panatnikhom Municipality
  11. 11. Panatnikhom Municipality
  12. 12. Sustainable development through Local Partnership City level • Mayor: Mr. Wijai Amaralikit • Mayor’s office Community level • 12 communities • Each community has representative in charge of sustainable development Individual/ citizen • Every citizen participates in sustainable development
  13. 13. Sustainable development program and success Healthy city Healthy people Sustainable environment Learnable city Good Governance
  14. 14. Sustainable development program and success Learnable City: knowledge about traditional handicraft is transformed from generation to generation Sustainable city: - Solid waste segregation and use of food waste to make the friendly-environmental detergents - Energy efficiency - Protecting trees and parks
  15. 15. Bangkok City Farm (Baan Rangsi Roof Garden)
  16. 16. Baan Rangsi Roof Garden
  17. 17. Partnerships for small island developing states
  18. 18. “Partnership has always been the cornerstone upon which international discourse and action on SIDS sustainable development is premised,” Gyan Chandra Acharya, UN Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for the Least Developed Countries
  19. 19. Partnerships and Samoa Pathway • Samoa Pathway – a ground-breaking outcome of the 3rd conference of the small island developing states - the blueprint for achieving sustainable development in Small Island developing states (SIDS) • The conference also announced 300 partnerships devoted to the sustainable development of SIDs
  20. 20. SIDs Partnership Framework On December 2015, the General Assembly decided to establish the Small Island Developing States Partnership (SIDS) Framework, in accordance with paragraph 101 of the SAMOA Pathway, to monitor and ensure the full implementation of pledges and commitments through partnerships for small island developing States.
  21. 21. Important points in the SIDs Partnership Framework • Formation of a Steering Committee on partnerships for small island developing States that shall be open to all States Members • Organize, an annual, action-oriented, results-focused, global multi stakeholder small island developing States partnership dialogue • Standardizing partnership reporting templates and processess • Regional multi-stakeholder small island developing States partnership dialogues through existing forums and meetings • Sharing experiences
  22. 22. Examples of partnerships • UNDP GEF • ALOHA+ challenge
  23. 23. Examples of partnerships • UNDP GEF Established in 1992, the year of the Rio Earth Summit, the GEF Small Grants Programme embodies the very essence of sustainable development by "thinking globally acting locally". By providing financial and technical support to projects that conserve and restore the environment while enhancing people's well-being and livelihoods, SGP demonstrates that community action can maintain the fine balance between human needs and environmental imperatives.
  24. 24. ALOHA+ challenge Hawai'i Aloha+ Challenge is a commitment to sustainability, with the leadership of the Governor, four county Mayors, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, State Legislature, and Hawai‘i Green Growth public-private partners across the state. This platform tracks Hawaii’s progress on achieving sustainability goals
  25. 25. Recommendations “Partnership”
  26. 26. Keys to successful partnership • Participation/Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration - Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Governments (central, region, and local), Academic Sectors, Media, Communities (both upstream & downstream) • Learning process for understanding • Knowledge -Access to relevant data, information, knowledge (including indigenous knowledge as well as academic knowledge) • Leadership of local people as well as others • Power to negotiate • “Leave nobody behind”
  27. 27. Partnerships Should be: - Broad in disciplinary reach - Good at community representation - Ongoing, not one-offConclusion
  28. 28. Acknowledging Financial Support • We would like to use this opportunity to express our gratitude to UNU-IAS, academic staffs of Chulalongkorn University: Faculty of Science, HSM and SEA START RC, Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MoEJ) for funding our travel and accommodations to participate in 2017 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme “Building Transformational Leadership Towards The SDGs”. • Many thanks to ProSPER.Net for the invitation.