GWP Strategy Towards 2020: A Water Secure World
Addressing thematic issues, 23rd June 2014
GWP Regional Days Meeting
23-26...
 WACDEP – Africa and the Capacity Development
Programme
 Overall objective and its targeted audience
 Implementation pr...
WATER CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME IN AFRICA
BACGROUND
 2007: GWP in Africa signed a MoU with
AMCOW
 2008: The Sharm el Sheik Declaration
adopted by AU Heads of States and
Gov...
 AU- AMCOW Water Climate and
Development Programme (WACDEP)
 WACDEP implements commitments related
to Climate Change in ...
Goal of WACDEP
 To promote water as a key part of sustainable regional and
national development and contribute to climate...
WATER CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME -AFRICA
Water security and climate resilience
integrated in Africa's growth and
develo...
 8 Pilot Countries
 5 Transboundary
Water Resources
 (23 countries)
AU/ AMCOW Framework for Climate Resilient
growth and development
Framework is key to the identification and prioritisation...
GWP - WACDEP/UNDP-GEF joint Capacity
Development Programme on the
Economics of Adaptation, Water Security
and Climate Resi...
11
WACDEP-Africa CDP – Partners
 To develop the capacity of Institutions and stakeholders to:
 identify, develop and appraise no/low regrets investments...
13
Targeted audience
 Primary audience (government planners) across line ministries
such as
 Finance, Economic Planning
...
Establishment of
the Programme
Management
Daft
 Training Manual
 Learning Material
 Facilitator Guide/ M&E
Elaboration ...
15
Learning Material testing: Kigali - September 2013
 NIRAS, CEEPA, CDKN, CapNet, GWPO, WACDEP Africa CU, WACDEP
Referen...
16
Panafrican Training of Trainers: Addis-November
2013
 80 participants from:
 GWP WACDEP Teams including Regional/ Cou...
National Implementation
18
Workshops Some objectives
Workshop1: Setting the scene and
understanding the problem
 Start exploring some of the meth...
19
Mentoring
process
Comments
In between
WS1-WS2
 Each mentor is assigned a Mentor (One of the three
Trainer)
 Mentor-Me...
20
The on-line forum discussion
 https://gwpsweden.sharepoint.com/sites/prog/Project
s/WACDEP/SitePages/Home.aspx
Final t...
Some focuses of Participants Planners Action Plans
RWANDA
REMA,
RNRA, Agric.
Trainees and
Mentors
GGCCS
implementation
and...
Tunisia
Some focuses of Participants Planners Action Plans
WRM Dpt.
Trainee and
Mentor
Dvpt. of the
National Water
Inf. Sy...
23
Regional and Transboundary level
 A series 4 Regional Training Workshops on the Applications of
Economic Valuation Met...
24
INDICATORS
Number of government
institutions/ other stakeholders
with demonstrably enhanced
capacity to integrate water...
Sustainability of GWP with WACDEP-CDP
 40 National Training Coordinators and Trainers are
recruited and contractualised w...
Sustainability of GWP with WACDEP-CDP
 Enhancing collaboration with key partners like UNDP-GEF to
expand the targeted cou...
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  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 WACDEP Capacity Development Programme
  2. 2.  WACDEP – Africa and the Capacity Development Programme  Overall objective and its targeted audience  Implementation process  Implementation levels and key activities  Sustainability of GWP with the WACDEP CDP Outlines
  3. 3. WATER CLIMATE AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN AFRICA BACGROUND
  4. 4.  2007: GWP in Africa signed a MoU with AMCOW  2008: The Sharm el Sheik Declaration adopted by AU Heads of States and Governments  2009: GWP and AMCOW meeting in Abidjan- Development of WACDEP  2010: GWP requested by AMCOW EXCO to operationalise WACDEP WACDEP-Africa
  5. 5.  AU- AMCOW Water Climate and Development Programme (WACDEP)  WACDEP implements commitments related to Climate Change in the 2008 Sharm el Sheik Declaration by the AU Heads of States  WACDEP is central to the delivery of climate related objectives in the AMCOW Triennial WorkPlan WACDEP-Africa
  6. 6. Goal of WACDEP  To promote water as a key part of sustainable regional and national development and contribute to climate change adaptation for economic growth and human security. Overall objective of WACDEP To support integration of water security and climate resilience in development planning and decision making processes
  7. 7. WATER CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME -AFRICA Water security and climate resilience integrated in Africa's growth and development Investments in regional and National Development Transboundary Cooperaton National Developmentand SectorPlans No/lowRegrets Investments ProjectPreparation andFinancing Innovative Green Solutions Demonstration Projects Knowledge and Capacity Development Capacity Developement Knowledgeand Awareness Partnerships and Sustainability Governanceand Fundrising OUTCOMEOUTPUTSACTIVITIES Enabling activitiesIntegration, investments in Climate resilient growth and development
  8. 8.  8 Pilot Countries  5 Transboundary Water Resources  (23 countries)
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. GWP - WACDEP/UNDP-GEF joint Capacity Development Programme on the Economics of Adaptation, Water Security and Climate Resilient Development in Africa January 2013 – June 2015
  11. 11. 11 WACDEP-Africa CDP – Partners
  12. 12.  To develop the capacity of Institutions and stakeholders to:  identify, develop and appraise no/low regrets investments options;  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 CCA in a coherent manner into relevant …… development planning processes and strategies.. 12 Overall objective
  13. 13. 13 Targeted audience  Primary audience (government planners) across line ministries such as  Finance, Economic Planning  Water Resources, Agriculture, Environment, Energy,  Health and Infrastructures  Secondary audience  Regional Economic Communities  River Basin Organisations  Researchers and Practitioners – key  Planning agencies and institutions  GWP regional and national teams  UNDP LDCF project coordinators  NGO and others Targeted audience
  14. 14. Establishment of the Programme Management Daft  Training Manual  Learning Material  Facilitator Guide/ M&E Elaboration of the inception report Training Plan Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Final evaluation WACDEP Reference - Group Support to the process Implementation Jan 13 – June 15 Recruitment of 1 National Training Coordinator per Country Country Assessment Capacity Development Plan National Trainers selection National Trainees selection Capacity Development Team & Experts Mobilisation LM Testing Workshop Daft  Training Manual  Learning Material  Facilitator Guide/ M&E Panafrican Training of Trainers Final translated • Training Manual • Learning Material • Facilitator Guide/ M&E
  15. 15. 15 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
  16. 16. 16 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
  17. 17. National Implementation
  18. 18. 18 Workshops Some objectives Workshop1: Setting the scene and understanding the problem  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 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 added values for applying the framework Workshop 5: Wrap up, lessons learned  Wrap up the training programme; review activities, outcomes, actual learning taking place etc. A series of 5 National Training Workshops
  19. 19. 19 Mentoring process Comments In between WS1-WS2  Each mentor is assigned a Mentor (One of the three Trainer)  Mentor-Mentee agreement signed at most 10 days after the 1st National Training Workshop  Mentor support the Mentor to perform tasks related to WS/ CRD and relevant for his home institution based on Action Plan and Project Paper  Mentor support Mentee to share knowledge acquired with his/ her colleagues  The status on the implementation of the Participant Action Plan/ Project Paper is shared with other Participants during each Workshop  Follow up meetings with the Mentee-Management In between WS3-WS3 In between WS3-WS4 In between WS4-WS4 The mentoring process – In between Workshops
  20. 20. 20 The on-line forum discussion  https://gwpsweden.sharepoint.com/sites/prog/Project s/WACDEP/SitePages/Home.aspx Final translated Training Manual, Learning Material and Facilitator Guide/ M&E are available  National on-line forum discussion  Regional on-line forum discussion  Panafrican on-line discussion
  21. 21. 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 Mentors WS mainstreaming into the Country NAP Document WACDEP- WP2
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. 23 Regional and Transboundary level  A series 4 Regional Training Workshops on the Applications of Economic Valuation Methods for Assessing the Costs & Benefits of CCA  Regional Training Workshops on the NAP process Guidelines in collaboration with NAP-GSP’s partners  Regional Training Workshops on the Financing of the Transboundary Water Ressources Management and Project Preparation with ICA, SITWA, CapNet, SIWI
  24. 24. 24 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 with their home institution mandates and relevant national processes (Mentoring process)
  25. 25. Sustainability of GWP with WACDEP-CDP  40 National Training Coordinators and Trainers are recruited and contractualised within targeted countries  Continuous smooth implementation of the programme  Better alignment with trainees’ duties and their home institution related to CCA and key national relevant processes like NAP Processes, GGCCS in Rwanda, NBSAP in Cameroon, NCCRS in Zimbabwe……..  Implementation of the M&E system put in place and documentation of lessons learnt  Institution development focusing on GWP Team Managers who can take forward the process at least as NTC
  26. 26. Sustainability of GWP with WACDEP-CDP  Enhancing collaboration with key partners like UNDP-GEF to expand the targeted countries  Marketing of the initiative at global regional and county level for using/ adapting of the material and the approach through on- going and upcoming initiatives  Adapting/ using material and approach for other thematic programmes of GWP: Drought, Urbanisation, Delta, Flood….  Enhancing collaboration with Universities and existing/ upcoming academic programmes/ Training centers ……
  27. 27. www.gwp.org/wacdep

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