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Syr darya 2

  1. 1. Kyrgyzstan   Tajikistan   Kazakhstan   GROUNDWATER  MANAGEMENT  IN  THE  SYR   DARYA  TRANSBOUNDARY  BASIN   THE  STRATEGIC  RESULTS  FRAMEWORK   OUTCOMES,  INDICATORS  AND  OUTPUTS   by     ANDREA  MERLA   PROJECT  PREPARATION  PHASE   INCEPTION  MEETING   Paris  –  February  3-­‐4,  2014  
  2. 2. The  Strategic  Results  Framework,  a  requirement   of  GEF,  focuses  on  results  and  captures  all  key   elements  of  projects  design,  and  is  a  criWcal  tool   for  monitoring  and  evaluaWon  of  project   performance.  
  3. 3. The  SRF  will  be  filled  in  and  fully   developed  as  Project  preparaWon   progresses  
  4. 4. In  addiWon  to  the  SRF,  project  design  will  detail  all  concrete   outputs  that  the  project  will  produce  in  order  to  achieve  the   expected  outcomes,  and  all  the  acWviWes  needed  to  produce  the   outputs.     We  will  review  overall  conceptual  project  design  by   componnent,  using  a  comprehensive  synopWc  representaWon   lisWng  Outcomes,  Indicators,  and  Outputs.  AcWviWes  will  be   detailed  as  part  of  project  preparaWon.   COMPONENT   OUTCOME     OUTPUTS     INDICATORS  
  5. 5. PPROJECT  GOAL     To  create  the  regional  and  naWonal  enabling   environment  for  climate  resilient,  sustainable,   conjuncWve  use  of  surface  and  groundwater   resources  in  the  Syr  Darya  Basin     1.  Strengthen  the  capacity  of  countries  on  assessment,  monitoring,   protecWon  and  sustainable  exploitaWon  of  their  groundwater   resources   2.  Raise  awareness  (pilots)  on  benefits  derived  from  the  uWlizaWon   of  deeper  aquifers  and  subsurface  space   3.  Promote  conjuncWve  surface  and  groundwater  management   4.  Assist  countries  in  legal  and  insWtuWonal  aspects  of  groundwater   management,  and  internaWonal  water  laws  and  direcWves.  
  6. 6. COMPONENT  1   OUTCOME  1     OUTPUTS     INDICATORS   Enhancing   knowledge  and   assessment   capacity   Strengthened   knowledge  and   monitoring  capacity   in  countries   enhances  the  role   and  improves  the   sustainability  of   groundwater   resources  in  the   Basin  also  in  view  of   climaWc  variability   and  change.       Making  shallow  aquifers   visible  (characterizaWon)  and   diagnosWc  analysis  (TDA)     Reconnaissance  of  deep   aquifers  (salinity,  quanWty,   geothermal  content)     Design  of  harmonized   monitoring  networks       Training  program   (groundwater  management,   vulnerability  mapping,  etc.)     Groundwater  InformaWon   Management  System  piloted   in  each  country   TDA  approved  at   ministerial  level  in   the  three  countries     Reconnaissance   report  containing   recommendaWons   endorsed  by  SC     Countries   commitment  to   implement     Reports  on   a_endance     IMS  pilots  endorsed   by  SC  
  7. 7. COMPONENT  2   OUTCOME  2     MANAGING   Benefits,  in  terms  of   SUBSURFACE  SPACE   miWgaWon  of   climate  variability   and  change  impacts   and  environmental   hazards  to  be   derived  from  the   uses  of  the   subsurface  space   new  to  the  region,   assessed  and  tested   on  the  ground.       OUTPUTS     Results  of   assessments  and   pre-­‐feasibility   studies  on  MAR   schemes  and   wastewaters   disposal  integrated   into  the  TDA  and/or   water  and  land  use   planning   instruments  in  the   countries.   INDICATORS   TDA  and/or   planning   instruments   integraWng  results   of  assessment                         Three  pilot   demonstraWons  of   Pilots  successfully   implemented  as   MAR  and   wastewater  disposal   centers  of  capacity   building     implemented      
  8. 8. COMPONENT  3   PROVIDING   TOOLS  FOR   MANAGING   GROUNDWATER   RESOURCES     OUTCOME  3.1     OUTPUTS     Country  authoriWes,   and  land,  water  and   urban  area   managers  enabled   to  incorporate   surface  and   groundwater   conjuncWve   management   pracWces  and   policies  into  IWRM   plans,  SAP  or   equivalent   processes,  and   water  safety   planning.       Regional  review  of  exisWng   water  management  policy  and   insWtuWonal  frameworks,   including  transboundary.     Scenarios  of  Water  futures  built   through  parWcipatory  processes     Synthesis  of  conjuncWve   management  opWons,  naWonal   and  transboundary       Capacity  and  awareness  of   decision  makers  in   governments  and  of  land  and   urban  area  managers  built     INDICATORS   Report   endorsed  by   SC       Report   endorsed  by   SC     Report   endorsed  by   SC       A_endance   to  training   events,  and   training   materials  
  9. 9. COMPONENT   3   PROVIDING   TOOLS  FOR   MANAGING   GROUNDWATER   RESOURCES     OUTCOME  3.2     Basin-­‐wide   exchange  of   informaWon  and   experiences   facilitates   transboundary   cooperaWon  and   replicaWon  of   good  pracWces   OUTPUTS     INDICATORS   IEM  -­‐  Mechanism  for  the   sharing  of  informaWon  and   experiences  among   countries  of  the  basin  on   groundwater  assessment,   monitoring  and   management  within  an   IWRM  context  established,   using  also  online   communicaWon  tools.     CoordinaWon  and  exchanges   with  other  relevant  projects   and  iniWaWves,  including  the   GEF  supported  ones,   established  and  operaWonal.   Sustainable   Groundwater   InformaWon   Exchange   Mechanism  (IEM)   established  and   funcWoning.       IEM  mandate   incorporates   coordinaWon  and   exchanges  with   other  relevant   projects  and   iniWaWves,  including   GEF  supported  ones    
  10. 10. COMPONENT   4   FOSTERING   POLICY   DIALOGUE  ON   GROUNDWATER   MANAGMENT   OUTCOME  4   OUTPUTS     INDICATORS   Raised   awareness  of   decision   makers  and   pracWWoners  on   exisWng  legal   instruments,   guidelines  and   good  pracWces   related  to   groundwater   governance,   promotes   adopWon  and   advances   naWonal  and   regional  policy   dialogue.   NaWonal  training  programs   on  the  principles,  and   experiences  gained  globally   from  the  applicaWon  of  key   direcWves,  convenWons  and   guidelines,  including:     UNECE  Water  ConvenWon,   EU  WFD  and  Daughter   Groundwater  DirecWve;  UN   Non  NavigaWonal  Uses   ConvenWon;  UNGA   ResoluWon  on  the  Law  of   Transboundary  Aquifers.   Training  Programs  on   exisWng  legal   instruments  and   guidelines  related  to   groundwater   governance  for   decision  makers  in   the  Water  –  Energy  –   Food  sectors   designed  and   implemented.    
  11. 11. COMPONENT  5   DISSEMINATION   AND   COMMUNICATION   OUTCOME   5.1   OUTPUTS     INDICATORS   Project   experiences   and  lessons   disseminated   globally  and   Project  web  site   (following  IW  LEARN   standards)  created,   IWENS  produced,  use  of   GEF  5  IW  tracking  tool   and  parWcipaWon  at  GEF   IW  conferences  and   other  IW  LEARN   acWviWes  ensured.     PublicaWon  and   disseminaWon  of  key   project  documents,   workshop   documentaWon,   experience  notes,  hydro-­‐   geological  and  other   maps,  translated  into   regional  languages.   Project  website   disseminates  the  project   objecWves  and  the  progress   of  the  acWviWes,  records   results,  experiences  and   impacts  being  achieved,   hosts  e-­‐fora  and  webinars,   documents  workshops  and   meeWngs  including  through   audio  visual  materials.       Documented  parWcipaWon   to  IW  LEARN  acWviWes.       Key  project  documents   translated  into  regional   language.     regionally.    
  12. 12. COMPONENT   5   DISSEMINATION   AND   COMMUNICATI ON   OUTCOME  5.2   OUTPUTS     Donors  and   Donors  Conference   IFIs   held  at  the  end  of   predisposed  to   the  project   sustain  project   outcomes   INDICATORS   Partnership  DeclaraWon   issued  at  the  end  of  the   Conference   At  the  End  of  Project:   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Groundwater  Resources  of  the  Basin,  shallow  and  deep,  characterized  and  assessed   Transboundary  DiagnosWc  Analysis   Management  Capacity  Strengthened  (Monitoring,  IMS,  Vulnerability)   OpWons  for  MAR  and  wastewater  disposal  in  the  subsurface  assessed  and  tested   ConjuncWve  Management  opWons  idenWfied     MulW-­‐country  InformaWon  Exchange  Mechanism  established  and  operaWonal   Awareness  on  exisWng  internaWonal  guidelines,  direcWves  and  laws  raised   Donor  support  for  sustaining  project  outcomes  consolidated  
  13. 13. GROUNDWATER  MANAGEMENT  IN  THE  SYR  DARYA  TRANSBOUNDARY  BASIN   For  discussion:   The  project’s  focus  is  on  creaWng  an  enabling  environment   for  acWon  on  groundwater  in  a  transboundary  context.  Is  the   conceptual  design  aligned  with  this  aim?      Is  the  mix  of  capacity  building,  diagnosWcs/assessments  and   pilots  adequate?     Are  there  new  areas  of  acWon  that  should  be  included,  or   exisWng  ones  dropped?   PROJECT  PREPARATION  PHASE   INCEPTION  MEETING   Paris  –  February  3-­‐4,  2014  

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