ICEM - Promoting Climate Resilient Rural Infrastructure in Northern Viet Nam

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This presentation gives an introduction to the project from ICEM funded by ADB and in collaboration with UNDP to promote climate resilient rural infrastructure in Northern Vietnam.
The purpose of the project is:
To assist Vietnam in taking steps to protect rural infrastructure from the anticipated effects of climate change, by enhancing the capacity of stakeholders at local, provincial and national level;
2) To assess climate risks, and
3) To design and implement cost effective, sustainable, bioengineered solutions to increase climate resilience.

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  • Rural road in Bac Kan province with both design and maintenance issues
  • ICEM - Promoting Climate Resilient Rural Infrastructure in Northern Viet Nam

    1. 1. Promoting Climate ResilientRural Infrastructure inNorthern Viet NamADB TA 8102-VIELaunch Workshop30 Jan. 2013, Hanoi
    2. 2. Launch Workshop• INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT• TECHNICAL SESSIONS• Climate change: threats and adaptation• Bioengineering: introduction
    3. 3. Introduction to the ProjectContents• Purpose of Project• Impact and Outcome• Structure of Project• TA 8102-VIE: Scope of Services• Time and Resources• Main Tasks• Approach• Key Events• Deliverables• Team• Next Steps
    4. 4. Project Purpose• To assist Viet Nam in taking steps to protect ruralinfrastructure from the anticipated effects of climatechange ….…. by enhancing the capacity of stakeholders at local,provincial and national level (i) to assess climate risks,and (ii) to design and implement cost effective,sustainable, bioengineered solutions to increase climateresilience.
    5. 5. Impact and OutcomeImpact OutcomeImproved climate resilienceof rural infrastructureEffective climate resiliencemeasures mainstreamed intothe MARD rural infrastructureprogramme
    6. 6. Rural roadBac Kan
    7. 7. Project StructureMARD Agricultural Project Management BoardCPMUSustainable Rural Infrastructure DevelopmentProject (SRIDP)PPMUs (15)ADBCDTA 8102-VIEGEF/ ClimateChange Fund- TA Grant -PCRRINVNUNDP -4 componentsICEMIndividual ConsultantsLoan ImplementationConsultant - OrientalADB - LOANPROJECT -SRIDPTALOAN
    8. 8. 1. Identification of low-cost climate-proofing measures forrural infrastructure in northern Viet Nam.2. Demonstration of climate change-resilient techniques in theprovinces of Bac Kan and Son La on two rural roads, oneirrigation scheme and one river embankment.3. Establishment of a cadre of trained technical personnelfamiliar with the protection measures.4. Recommendations for integration of the demonstratedapproaches into training curricula, standard designprocedures and contract specifications.5. Identification of climate change risks and vulnerabilities,and the potential for applying the demonstrated measuresfor strengthening the resilience of nearby communities.TA 8102-VIE: Scope of Services
    9. 9. Time and Resources• 3 years: January 2013 - December 2015• 87 person-months(26 international, 61 national)• approx. $ 500,000 for physical implementation• approx. $ 100,000 for training, workshops, seminars
    10. 10. Main Tasks1. Vulnerability and risk assessment of sub-project sites,and development of options for solutions2. Concept design, detailed design, and physicalimplementation of solutions (focus on bioengineering)3. Capacity building and training
    11. 11. River erosionBac Kan
    12. 12. Technical ApproachThe project requires:• Assessment of exposure, hazard and climate risk in the projectareas.• Identification and application of appropriate solutions tomanage the risks.• Engagement with local communities, government officers,contractors and other stakeholders to capture the lessonslearned from the demonstration activities.• Training to enhance capacity for the application of similarmeasures elsewhere.
    13. 13. Technical ApproachEVIDENCEBASE OFCCTHREATSGEOPHYSICAL& CLIMATESENSITIVITYOF EACH SUB-PROJECTCLIMATEVULNERABIL-ITY&4THSITESELECTIONPRIORITIESFOR ADPTIVEBIO-ENGINEERINGRESPONSECONCEPTDESIGNDETAILEDDESIGNCONSTRU-CTIONM&EON-THE-JOB TRAINING: (site visits, assessment technical workshops)FORMAL TRAINING: (specialised training modules, study tours)SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASSEMENT OF ANCILLARY BENEFITS FROM BIO-ENGINEERING MATERIALS (job creation, livelihood diversification)
    14. 14. Key EventsEvent Indicative DateProject Launch Workshop Jan. 30, 2013Inception Workshop April 2013Workshop: Building climate resilience of rural infrastructure July 2013Training Seminar 1: Initial site assessments and Introductionto bioengineeringAugust 2013Training Seminar 2: Design of bioengineered solutions July 2014Site Visit: Construction activities July 2014Training Seminar 3: Lesson learned March-May 2015Site visit: Project sites and completed works March-May 2015
    15. 15. Key DeliverablesProgress and Planning Reports Indicative Timing• Inception Report• Progress Reports• Mid-Term Report• Final ReportApr. 2013Every 3 monthsJul. 2014Dec. 2015
    16. 16. Key DeliverablesTechnical Reports IndicativeTiming1. Approaches for Climate Resilience of Rural Infrastructure;Knowledge Dissemination and Communication StrategyJul. 20132. Concept Design Report Aug. 20133. Detailed Design Report Oct. 20134. Demonstration Site Construction Report Jan. 20155. Training Completion Report Jul. 20156. Climate Risk and Vulnerability Audit for Effectiveness ofDemonstration Projects and CommunitiesJul. 20157. Recommendations for Training Curricula, Design Proceduresand Contract SpecificationsSep. 2015
    17. 17. Project TeamPosition and Name MonthsInternational Home Field TotalTeam Leader / BioengineerJames Ramsay1 13 14Climate Change Specialist0 1 1Jeremy Carew-ReidCivil Engineer0 3 3David Rojas, Jr.Technical Trainer0.25 1.75 2Jasper CookGeotechnical Engineer0 1 1Jasper CookSocial Development Specialist0.5 1.5 2Jens Sjorslev1.75 21.25 23
    18. 18. Project TeamNational Home Field TotalDeputy Team Leader / Agricultural Engineer22 12 34Nguyen Dinh NinhAgronomist/Forester1.75 2.25 4Can Van ThoCivil Engineer4 1 5Nguyen Tran ThuatGeotechnical Engineer0.5 1.5 2Nguyen Thanh LongTechnical Trainer3 1 4Tran Tan VanMeteorologist/Hydrologist1.5 0.5 2Huynh Thi Lan HuongGender Specialist0 1.5 1.5Hoang Hong HanhIndigenous Peoples Specialist0 1 1Le Thi Mong PhuongPoverty Specialist0 1.5 1.5Le Thi Mong Phuong32.75 22.25 55
    19. 19. Next steps• Contract remaining specialists• Set up project office and support staff• Establish administrative arrangements• Son La field trip• Finalise site selection• Review technical approach & begin technical work:data collection / climate change / vulnerability assessment /site surveys / stakeholder engagement / design reviews andconcepts
    20. 20. Next steps• Inception Workshop - April• Inception Report (draft end March, final end April)• Move into design phase: options (July), concept design(August), detailed design (October)Bac Kan

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