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Philippines - stregthening institutional capacity


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Philippines - stregthening institutional capacity

  1. 1. MDG F 1656: Strengthening the  MDG‐F 1656: Strengthening the Philippines' Institutional Capacity to  Adapt to Climate Change Overview Presented by: Katherine D. Firmeza Programme Manager
  2. 2. Outline of Presentation I. Joint Programme (JP) Overview II. JP Outcomes and Outputs Linkages III. Management Arrangement
  3. 3. I. Joint Programme (JP) Overview Title Strengthening the Philippines’ Institutional Capacity to Ad t t Cli t Change C it t Adapt to Climate Ch Partners 9 GOP and 6 UN agencies NEDA, DENR DOST DA DTI DOLE DOH HUDCC Albay UNDP, NEDA DENR, DOST, DA, DTI, DOLE, DOH, HUDCC, Alb UNDP UNEP, WHO, ILO, UN-Habitat, FAO Duration 3 years (2009 2011) (2009-2011) Amount 8 million USD Goal Increased capacities of stakeholders to protect/enhance the quality of environment & sustainably manage natural resources
  4. 4. Why adapt to climate change? y p g
  5. 5. II. JP Outcome 1. 1 Climate risk reduction mainstreamed in key national & selected local development plans & p processes; 2. Enhanced national & local capacities to develop, manage & administer plans, programmes & d i i t l projects addressing climate change risks; & 3. Coping mechanisms improved through pilot demonstration adaptation projects. p p j
  6. 6. A2C2: A Local Governance Reform Model for Climate Resilient Development in Bicol Region Equitable Integrated Designing and Ecosystems Climate Building with Change Adaptation in Nature: Showcasing the Cordilleras a Climate Change Resilient Human Settlement in Sorsogon City Strengthening Climate resilient Disease Surveillance, farming emergency communities in Preparedness, and Agusan del Norte Response for Climate through innovative Change-Related risk transfer Conditions in Metro mechanisms Manila d Alb M il and Albay
  7. 7. II. JP Major Outputs • Downscaled • Climate Change • Sharing of come 1 come 2 come 3 Climate IEC Campaign Results of Good Scenarios • Capacity Practices from • Vulnerability Assessment Demonstration Assessment • Competency Projects •KKnowledge l d Outc Outc Outc • Socio-economic Development Report • Training Management • Adaptation Modules of System p Options Tools for oo s o • Climate Proof Climate Plans/ Proofing Regulations/ Programs
  8. 8. II. II Joint Programme Outcome and Outputs Linkages Output 3 Adaptation options Output 5B Climate Output 4 CRR Entry Proofed MTPDP and Points UNDAF 2nd Output 1A VA : National macro/sectoral with Output 5 CRR Output 5A CRR in local/spatial Comm’n Mainstreaming a st ea g Local Development p dimensions (SNC) Guidelines Plans (i.e. CLUPs) Output 1B Vulnerability and Regulatory Assessment: 43++ Processes (i.e. EIA) sub-national READY Projects Output 6 Web- p Output 2 CC M&E p GOAL: Systems (sectors) based tool Increased capacity of stakeholders to Output 10.1-5: Five Demonstration Adaptation protect/enhance Projects the quality of environment and i d sustainably manage Output 7A Capacity natural resources Assessment Output 8 CRR Awareness Output O t t 7B A Assessed and d d Output Competency O t t9C t enhanced meteorological and Development forecasting systems Outcome 1 Outcome 2 Outcome 3
  9. 9. III. Management Arrangement Secretariat: NEDA Board and National Steering Committee UNRC’s Office other GOP (NSC) Governing Bodies Programme Management Committee Secretariat: (GOP Partners and UN NEDA Organizations) Agriculture Programme Management Unit Staff Programme Coordinator- NEDA Organic M&E Coordinator- NEDA Organic KM Coordinator- NEDA Organic Programme Manager OUTCOME 1 OUTCOME 2 OUTCOME 3 Outcome Outcome Each with Project Officers j Manager Manager Finance Officer Finance Officer
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