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SESSION C1
URBAN RESILIENCE – CRITICAL
INGREDIENT OF NATIONAL
ADAPTATION PLANNING (NAP)
PROCESS
8th
Resilient Cities Forum...
PRESENTATION OUTLINE
 Mozambique general background
 Climate and development challenges
 Quelimane Climate Change Adapt...
MOZAMBIQUE BACKGROUND
• Area: 801,590 Km2
• Coastline: 2,700 Km
• Population: 24,3 million
• 60% of the pop live along the...
CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
1. Extreme events tend to increase
CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
2.BELLOW SEA LEVEL – EASILY FLOODED FROM RAIN WATER,
MARINE FLOOD OR TIDE
3.URBAN SANIT...
LGSAT: QUELIMANE RESILIENCE STATUS
Coastal City Adaptation Project
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
5 - Comprehensive achievement has ...
Coastal City Adaptation Project
INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORKS GUIDING OUR LOCAL
RESILIENCE BUILIDING EFFORTS
MOZAMBIQUE’S EFFORTS FOR RESILIENCE BUILDING &
FOSTERING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION INITIATIVES
Approved by the Council of ...
1. PLA - COMMUNITY - CENTER OF CITY DEVELOPMENT
PLANNING
The National
Climate Change
Strategy provides
the framework
The N...
1.1 PLA – Development process
Completed
Establishbaseline
•LGSAT
NextAnalyzethreats
•Vulnerabilitymap
Identifysolutions
De...
Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation
Initiatives2. Smart land use management
 Establishment of city digital
cadaster syste...
Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation
Initiatives
Insert MCC Drainage Channel
3. SMALL& HARD ADAPTATION MEASURES
 Helps the...
 Helping reduce community risk and
vulnerability
 Helping protect the city from
extreme weather events
Quelimane Climate...
Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation
Initiatives5. SMART AND RESILIENT HOUSING DESIGN
THE STARTING POINT: TYPICAL HOUSE DES...
Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation
Initiatives
5. SMART AND RESILIENT HOUSING DESIGN
GOALS: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT SAFE, FU...
Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation
Initiatives7. SMART SANITATION - ECOLOGICAL OR ADAPTED LATRINES
SUCCESS /
OPPORTUNITIES
SMALL& HARD ADAPTATION MEASURES
SMART SANITATION - ECOLOGICAL OR ADAPTED LATRINES
TESTING AND COMP...
COPE WITH SEA LEVEL RISE– EASILY FLOODED FROM RAIN WATER,
MARINE FLOOD OR TIDE
ZONING SCHEMES, LAND USE & WATER SUPPLY MAN...
PARTNERS
FOR YOUR ATTENTION
Vielen Dank
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Urban Resilience - Critical Ingredient of the National Adaptation Planning Process

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In the recent session on “Urban Resilience: Critical Ingredient of National Adaptation Planning Process” at the 8th Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation - Resilient City Series, representatives from the Joint UNDP-UN Environment National Adaptation Plan Global Support Programme (NAP-GSP), connected with municipal leaders, city planners, academics, research institutions and a broad range of essential stakeholders to explore the connection between cities, climate change adaptation planning, nationally determined contributions, vertical integration and more.

The key goals of the session were to showcase major gaps in identifying climate threats in cities, outline key success ingredients to build urban climate resilience, convene a realistic step-by-step approach to building urban climate resilience, explore entry points for enhancing municipal finance for resilience programming, and assess and discuss synergies with international development partners in implementing the approach.

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Urban Resilience - Critical Ingredient of the National Adaptation Planning Process

  1. 1. SESSION C1 URBAN RESILIENCE – CRITICAL INGREDIENT OF NATIONAL ADAPTATION PLANNING (NAP) PROCESS 8th Resilient Cities Forum – Bonn. Germany. 5th May 2017. MANUEL DE ARAÚJO (PhD) MAYOR, QUELIMANE MUNICIPALITY
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE  Mozambique general background  Climate and development challenges  Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives  Success / Opportunity  Challenges
  3. 3. MOZAMBIQUE BACKGROUND • Area: 801,590 Km2 • Coastline: 2,700 Km • Population: 24,3 million • 60% of the pop live along the coast • 7 of 11 major cities are along the coast • 54% of water in rivers comes from the upstream countries • Ranks 3rd among most vulnerable African countries
  4. 4. CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES 1. Extreme events tend to increase
  5. 5. CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES 2.BELLOW SEA LEVEL – EASILY FLOODED FROM RAIN WATER, MARINE FLOOD OR TIDE 3.URBAN SANITATION AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 4.ZONING SCHEMES, LAND USE & WATER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 5.HIGH POPULATION DENSITY 6.INFRASTRUCTURES DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT 7.LOW RESILIENCE LEVEL
  6. 6. LGSAT: QUELIMANE RESILIENCE STATUS Coastal City Adaptation Project 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5 - Comprehensive achievement has been attained, with the commitment and capacities to sustain efforts at all levels. 4 - Substantial achievement has been attained, but with some recognized deficiencies in commitment, financial resources or operational capacities. 3 - There is some institutional commitment and capacities to achieving disaster risk reduction but progress is not comprehensive or substantial. 2 - Achievements have been made but are incomplete, and while improvements are planned, the commitment and capacities are limited. 1 - Achievements are minor and there are few signs of planning or forward action to improve the situation. Average 2014 score = 1.91 Description of scores Average 2016 score = 1.97 2014 2016 Change = +0.06
  7. 7. Coastal City Adaptation Project INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORKS GUIDING OUR LOCAL RESILIENCE BUILIDING EFFORTS
  8. 8. MOZAMBIQUE’S EFFORTS FOR RESILIENCE BUILDING & FOSTERING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION INITIATIVES Approved by the Council of Ministers at its 32nd Session, December, 04 2007 Maputo National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA) National Strategy for Climate change Adaptation and Mitigation 2012-2025
  9. 9. 1. PLA - COMMUNITY - CENTER OF CITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING The National Climate Change Strategy provides the framework The National Climate Change Strategy provides the framework Allows the insertion of civil society into the planning process Allows the insertion of civil society into the planning process Creates a space for systematic and organized dialogue Creates a space for systematic and organized dialogue Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives
  10. 10. 1.1 PLA – Development process Completed Establishbaseline •LGSAT NextAnalyzethreats •Vulnerabilitymap Identifysolutions Define implementationMonitor.Evaluate.Adjust Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives
  11. 11. Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives2. Smart land use management  Establishment of city digital cadaster system;  Integrate city vulnerability maps  Helps improve the city cadaster management  Helps manage and reduce city climate risk and vulnerabilities
  12. 12. Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives Insert MCC Drainage Channel 3. SMALL& HARD ADAPTATION MEASURES  Helps the city control urban flooding  Health urban environment  Livable city
  13. 13.  Helping reduce community risk and vulnerability  Helping protect the city from extreme weather events Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives4. ECOSSYSTEM BASED ADAPTATION
  14. 14. Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives5. SMART AND RESILIENT HOUSING DESIGN THE STARTING POINT: TYPICAL HOUSE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION VULNERABLE TO CLIMATE RELATED EVENTS GOALS: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT SAFE, FUNCTIONAL, AFFORDABLE RESILIENT HOUSES
  15. 15. Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives 5. SMART AND RESILIENT HOUSING DESIGN GOALS: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT SAFE, FUNCTIONAL, AFFORDABLE RESILIENT HOUSES
  16. 16. Quelimane Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives7. SMART SANITATION - ECOLOGICAL OR ADAPTED LATRINES
  17. 17. SUCCESS / OPPORTUNITIES SMALL& HARD ADAPTATION MEASURES SMART SANITATION - ECOLOGICAL OR ADAPTED LATRINES TESTING AND COMPOSTING OF ORGANIC URBAN SOLID WASTE SMART LAND USE MANAGEMENT - VULNERABILITY MAPPING ECOSSYSTEM BASED ADAPTATION - MANGROVE RESTORATION SMART AND RESILIENT HOUSING DESIGN
  18. 18. COPE WITH SEA LEVEL RISE– EASILY FLOODED FROM RAIN WATER, MARINE FLOOD OR TIDE ZONING SCHEMES, LAND USE & WATER SUPPLY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURES DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT HIGH POPULATION DENSITY URBAN SANITATION AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT CIVIC EDUCATION AND LAW ENFORCEMENT MORE THAT 55% OF PEOPLE LIVING BELOW POVERTY LINE SALT WATER INTRUSION CHALLENGES INCREASE CITY RESILIENCE LEVEL
  19. 19. PARTNERS
  20. 20. FOR YOUR ATTENTION Vielen Dank

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