Institutional WACDEP Africa - Goal 2

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  • CDKN supported GWP and AMCOW to develop the Framework for Water Security and Climate Resilient Development
    Strategic Framework: Launched at Africa Water Week in May
    Technical Background Document: Launched tomorrow at WWW
    5 Policy Briefs
    Capacity Development Strategy

    Framework will be presented by Alex in more detail, but at a high level it recommends activities at different stages of planning and investment cycles, for different decision-makers (central ministries, line ministries, local government, transboundary bodies, civil society), to develop no/low regrets investment decisions to achieve water security and climate resilience.

    Highlight that CDKN is a “happy donor”, we benefit from GWPs wide networks across Africa, their engagement style, the technical expertise they bring and we have great working relationships at an operational level
  • Institutional WACDEP Africa - Goal 2

    1. 1. GWP Strategy Towards 2020: A Water Secure World Addressing thematic issues, 23rd June 2014 GWP Regional Days Meeting 23-26 June 2014 - Hyatt Regency Hotel Port-of-Spain, Trinidad Armand HOUANYE WACDEP Capacity Development Programme Manager Session 2: on GWP Goal 2, “Generate and communicate knowledge” Institutional development (WACDEP Africa CD)
    2. 2. AU/ AMCOW Framework for Climate Resilient growth and development Framework is key to the identification and prioritisation of no/low regret investments and integrate these into development planning processes
    3. 3. WACDEP Institutional Capacity Development Programme January 2013 – June 2015
    4. 4. 4 WACDEP-Africa institutional development – Partners
    5. 5.  To develop the capacity of Institutions and stakeholders to:  identify, develop and appraise no/low regrets investments options and;  integrate these into national planning processes, development plans by understanding and knowing how to apply the framework  To contributes to NAPs process- objectives – UNDP-GEF  To reduce vulnerability to the impacts of climate change  by building adaptive capacity and resilience;  To facilitate the integration of climate change adaptation, in a coherent manner  into relevant new and existing policies, programmes and activities  in particular development planning processes and strategies, within all relevant sectors and at different levels, as appropriate 5 Overall objective
    6. 6. 6 Overall objective Primary audience (government planners) Secondary audience across line ministries such as  Regional Economic Communities • Economic planning  River Basin Organisations • Finance  Researchers and Practitioners – key planning agencies and institutions • Water Resources  GWP regional and national teams • Agriculture  UNDP LDCF project coordinators • Environment  NGO and others • Energy, • Health and Infrastructures.
    7. 7. 7 Process- main steps Process - key outputs Establishment of the Programme Management  NIRAS- Team Leader and Experts  GWPO, WACDEP Africa CU and Reference Group supported by WACDEP Reference Group Elaboration of the inception report  Overall view of the process – roles and responsibilities of involved actors Elaboration of the Training Plan  Structure of trainings and mentoring process Mobilization CDTeam  5 WACDEP Regional Managers  8 WACDEP Country Managers  8 National Training Coordinators  24 Trainers in three domains Country assessment and plans  8 Detailed assessment of CD needs reports and plans for 8 targeted countries  Selection of Participants Planners and Strategic Decision Makers Production and Access to LM for a series of 5 national training workshops and mentoring process  Training Manual available in French, English and Portuguese  Learning Material  Facilitator Guide  Development of the WACDEP Capacity Development Platform: https://gwpsweden.sharepoint.com/sites/prog/Projects/WACDE P/SitePages/Home.aspx
    8. 8. 8 Workshops Objectives Workshop1: Setting the scene and understanding the problem  Provide an initial overview and sensitization of the framework  Present the case for investing in WS for CRD  Start exploring some of the methods available to understand vulnerability and climate impacts Workshop 2: Identifying and appraising solutions  Provide approaches, methods and tools to develop a balanced portfolio of investment options that enhance WS for CR growth and development  to prioritize no/low regret options and to make a case clear economic for investment Workshop 3: Delivering solutions  Highlight the financing strategies for the portfolio of initial no/low regret investment identified at workshop 2 and in intervening period  Explain how these can be integrated into existing development planning processes Workshop 4: Monitoring and moving forwards and introduction to the framework  Highlight the importance of an effective M& E framework in assessing the value that applying the framework has added Workshop 5: Wrap up, lessons learned  Wrap up the training programme; review activities, outcomes, actual learning taking place etc.
    9. 9. 9 Learning Material testing: Kigali - September 2013  NIRAS, CEEPA, CDKN, CapNet, GWPO, WACDEP Africa CU, WACDEP Reference Group  Rwanda NTC, Trainers and Experts  Burundi and Rwanda Managers
    10. 10. 10 Panafrican Training of Trainers: Addis-November 2013  80 participants from:  GWP WACDEP Teams including Regional/ Country Managers, NTCs and Trainers  UNDP-GEF LDCF, SCCF and AF financed projects  AU/ AMCOW, CDKN, GWP, CapNet, SIWI and Acclimatise, and NIRAS
    11. 11. 11 INDICATORS Number of government institutions/ other stakeholders with demonstrably enhanced capacity to integrate water security and climate change in the design and implementation of policies, plans & projects Millestones: - 24 sectoral Institutions (8 X 3) - 96 Participants Planners - 40 Participants Strategic Decision Makers - Altogether 136 Participants Implementation - 41 secteurs - 105 Participants Planners - 45 Participants Strategic Decision Makers - Altogether 150 Participants Results which demonstrate that capacity has been developed among staff of government institutions/other stakeholders, i.e. results which show with a reasonable degree of certainty that organisations have gained from (rather than simply been exposed to) capacity building activities Number of designed and implemented Participants Planners Action Plans aligned their home institution mandates and relevant national processes (Mentoring process) On
    12. 12. 12 INDICATEURS Countries Number of targeted sectors Number of targeted institutions Number of Participants Planners Number of Participants Strategic Decision Makers Zimbabwe 5 9 12 5 Cameroon 4 13 14 5 Burundi 6 11 12 5 Mozambique 6 14 18 9 Ghana 5 10 12 5 Burkina Faso 6 8 12 5 Rwanda 5 8 12 6 Tunisia 4 12 13 5 Total 41 85 105 45 150
    13. 13. Some focuses of Participants Planners Action Plans RWANDA REMA, RNRA, Agric. Trainees and Mentors GGCCS implementation and FONERWA WACDEP- WP2/ WP4 Mozambique ARASUL Trainees and Mentors Bankable project proposal preparation WACDEP- WP4 Burkina - Faso CNEDD Trainees and Mentors WS mainstreaming into the Country NAP Document WACDEP- WP2
    14. 14. Tunisia Some focuses of Participants Planners Action Plans WRM Dpt. Trainee and Mentor Dvpt. of the National Water Inf. System WACDEP- WP2 Cameroon DPDD. Trainees and Mentors WS and CR mainstreaming into NBSAP with Investment Options WACDEP- WP2/ WP3 Zimbabwe WRM& Dvpt. Trainees and Mentors Analysis of CC implications on WR planning and mgt. in Runde Catchment WACDEP- WP2/ WP3
    15. 15. 15 Level Status Audience Upcoming activities/ Recommendations Panafrican/ International  Training of Trainers  NTC, Trainers, Regional and Country Managers  Mid-term meeting with at least NTC and Mangers Regional  1st Regional Training Workshops on the Applications of Economic Valuation Methods for Assessing the Costs & Benefits of CCA  GWP-WACDEP and UNDP- GEF supported countries participants  2nd Training in the second- half of 2014 and the remaining in 2015  Support to countries to implement their roadmap  Regional Training Workshop on the NAP process Guidelines  WACDEP Regional/ Country Manager  GWP-WACDEP and UNDP- GEF supported countries participants : 18 countries – 90 participants  Better alignment between regional / national processes  Establishment of structured process for GWP team Managers Transboundary  Reg. Training on the Finan- cing of TWRM and PP Preparation-SITWA  IWRM and CC-CapNet  RBO, REC  Universities  Country institutions  Regional Training on the Financing of TWRM and PP- SITWA Pretoria, 21st – 24th July National  1st Workshop in 8 countries  2nd Workshop in Rwanda- Zimbabwe  On-going mentoring process  105 Participants Planners  45 Participants Strategic Decision Makers  Altogether 150 Participants in 8 targeted countries  Trainings and Mentoring  On-line discussion  Enhance the M&E system established with WACDEP/ Managers  Continuous alignment with WACDEP – WPs  Effective expected impacts  Share experience with other
    16. 16. www.gwp.org/wacdep

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