Knowledge Management in the Niger Basin Focal Project

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Presented at the Pre-Forum BFP meeting, 7-8 November, 2008 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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Knowledge Management in the Niger Basin Focal Project

  1. 1. Niger Basin Focal Project Addis Ababa, 8th November 2008 BFP Pre-forum Coordination: Jean-Charles CLANET Andrew OGILVIE
  2. 2. Knowledge management in Niger River Basin Knowledge management o CAPTURE o ORGANISATION o SHARING & IMPACT BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  3. 3. Knowledge capture BFP data requirements o Demography/country data – Surface area, administrative boundaries (DCW) – Population density (GRID SEDAC) BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  4. 4. Knowledge capture o Country data – Poverty indicators: mortality, morbidity, water access – Ethnicity, languages – Investment portfolios Child Stunting Wealth Index o Agricultural data – Production areas, production type, statistics,… Child Mortality o Climatic data – Predictions… BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  5. 5. Knowledge capture o Hydrology data Type of data Number of time series Discharges 197 Temperature (max) 9 Temperature (mean) 47 Wind Speed 1 Relative Humidity 49 Global Radiation 2 MinimumRrelative Humidity 37 Maximum Relative Humidity 37 Rainfall 1224 Evaporation Piche 7 Mean Maximum Temperature 76 Mean Minimum Temperature 76 Mean Temperature (max+min) /2 76 Evapotranspiration PE Pennman 20 Evaporation Pan 4 Water Height 3 Temperature (min) 9 Water Vapor Tension (daily) 3 Insolation 47 c Stations synoptiques Z $ Stations climatologiques $ Stations pluviométriques $ # # $ $ $ # Contour pays Z $ # contours bassin et sous bassins $ c Z $ Mauritanie ## # # $ # # # # # ## $ $ $ $ Z $ Mauritanie ## # # ## # # ## $ $ $ $ $c ### # # $$ c $ $ ### # # # ## # # # $$$Z Z $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ c$ Z $ $ c $ $ $$ Z$ $ $ # $ $$ $ c $ Z Niger ## # # $$ $ ## # ## ## ## # # ## ## #### $ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ Z $ $ Z # # # # $ Z$ $ $ $ Z $ $ $ $ Z $ $ Z Z Niger ## # # $$$$$$ $ $ $$ $ $c$$$$$ $$$$ $ $$ $$$$ $ Sénégal # ## ## ## $$ Z $$ $ $ $$ Z $ $ $$ $$ c $ $$$$ $ $$$$$ $$ $ $$$$$ Z $ Mali # # # # # # # # # # ## $$$Z $ $ $ $ Z $ Z $ $$ $ $c Z $$$ $$ $ $ $$$$$ $$ $$$$ $ ## # # # ## # # # ## # c $ Z $$ $$$ Mali # ## # #### # ## ZZ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$$ $$ $ $ $$ $$ Z $ Z $$ $$ $ $ Z # # $ $ $$ $ $ ZZ$ $Z $ ## # # c $$ $ $ # # $ $$$$ $$ $ $$$$ $ $$c$$$$$$$$ $Z $ $$ $ Tchad # $ $ $c$ Z $ c ### # # # # # # # # ### # # ## Z Z $ $ $$ $$$ $$ $ $c$$ $ $ $ $ Z$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $$$ $$ Z $ Z $ Z $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $$ $$ $$$ $c $$ $ $ Tchad $ Z $$$$ ## $ $ $ ## # # # $$$ $$c # $$$c $ Z $$$ so # ## ## # Fa # ## # ## $ $ $$ # # $ $ $ $$$ $$ $$ $ $ so # a ## # Z $$$ $ c $ Fa # ## ## # ## # # # Guinée Bissaou in rk a c $ c $ $ c$ $ $$ $$ $ # # # Bu # Nigéria in c $ $ $ ## # # ### # # # # # Z rk # Z Bu $ $ $ Nigéria # ## ## # # ## ## # # # # ## # $ $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$ Z $ $ c$ Z Z $ c $$ c $ $ Bénin # ## $ Z $$ $ c Guinée Bénin ## $ $$ c $ Guinée # ## # # # # ## # ## $ # ## # # # # # # # c $$ $ $$ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $$$ $$ $$ Z $$ $ $ ## # ## ## # ##### ## # # #### # ## ##### # ### # ## # c $$ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ c $ $$Z$ $Z $ $ $ $$ $ # # # ## # # # # # # # ## $ $$ $c c $ $$ $ $$$ $ $$ $ $$ $ c$ # c $ c $ $c $ c $ # $ $ $ $ $ Sierra Léone ## # # c Z$ $$$ $ $ Togo # # Sierra Léone Togo # c $ ## # # $ c Côte Côte ## $ $ c$ $ $ $ $ d'Ivoire Ghana # d'Ivoire Ghana $ $ Libéria # # Libéria $ $ $ $ $ $ # Centrafrique $c Z $ $$ Centrafrique n n c u u $ $ $ $ o o r r e e m m Hydrological stations Rainfall stations a a C C $ BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU Guinée équatotiale Guinée équatotiale Congo Congo
  6. 6. Knowledge capture BFP data sources o National ministries (Water, Agriculture), Water boards o Basin authority o Research groups: Agrhymet, IRD, CRU, SEDAC, IPPC o Existing databases: FAOSTAT, DHS Survey, SIEREM BFP data format o Time series, tables, graphs o Articles, grey literature o Maps, GIS layers BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  7. 7. Knowledge capture Associated issues o Confidentiality and payment o Resolution o Scope (time & space) o Compatibility, Homogeneïty o Quality/fiability BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  8. 8. Knowledge organisation Database (J-F Boyer) o BFP Niger database and website System Architecture o www.bfpniger.eu BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  9. 9. Knowledge organisation o Layout and structure – Working documents – Documents – Data BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  10. 10. Knowledge organisation o Functions – Google Earth – Interactive GIS - Map Server/cartoweb Server • Web server Client (IIS) HTTP request • Mapping interface Web browser (Mozilla, Internet (Cartoweb) Explorer…) • Mapping server HTML page (Mapserver) • Data base (PostGIS) BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  11. 11. Knowledge organisation o Confidentiality levels – Varying levels for varying categories of users BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  12. 12. Knowledge sharing & Impact Why and for whom? o During the project – For homogeneïty across Work Packages (&BFPs): website, wiki, bluedocs – For visibility: website o Beyond the project – For reference & information: website – For recommendations to: – CPWF community – Regional level (ECOWAS) – Countries – Basin authority – NGOs/CBOs/CSOs – Farmers – Research centres, universities – Donors, investors… BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  13. 13. Knowledge sharing & Impact Dissemination and upscaling o “Passive” – Website (but need to attract them first) & database – Reports (read?) – Articles o “Active” – distributed, targeted dissemination – Workshops, meetings (scientific, political, IWRM) – Synthesis reports, maps as DVD/interactive GIS/atlas – Training – professional and higher education – Posters, billboards, flyers – Local media (TV, radio)…? BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  14. 14. Knowledge sharing & Impact Associated issues o Content according to target group (role, interest to them, level of understanding, age) o Language o Visual messages o Consistency/concerted efforts across the scale o Time and money… BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU
  15. 15. Thank you For further info: www.bfpniger.eu Andrew.Ogilvie@ird.fr Jean-Charles.Clanet@ird.fr Boyer@msem.univ-montp2.fr BFP NIGER - Jean Charles CLANET & Andrew OGILVIE – IRD/G-EAU

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