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Title: Developing Fundable Adaptation Projects UNDP-GEF and Climate Change Adaptation


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Developing Fundable Adaptation ProjectsUNDP-GEF
andClimate Change Adaptation
CGE Hands-on Training Workshop on Vulnerability
and Adaptation Assessments for the Latin America
and the Caribbean Region Asuncion, Paraguay, 14
to 18 August 2006
2
  • I. Funds for Adaptation
  • UNDP Approach
  • Support to Countries for Adaptation Projects

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  • I. Funds for Adaptation
  • UNDP Approach
  • Support to Countries for Adaptation Projects

4
Three Adaptation Funds Focus on Development
I. Adaptation Funds
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I. Adaptation Funds
Adaptation Funds
Adaptation funds cover the additional costs
necessary for countries to achieve development
goals in the face of climate change. Sliding
scale can be used.
SCCF Does not need to address GEBs, focus on
longer term measures and planning LCDF Does
not need to address GEBs, open to LDCs only,
driven by national development priorities, focus
on shorter term measures SPA Must address
global environmental benefits (GEBs) as well as
adaptation to climate change
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I. Adaptation Funds
  SPA SCCF LDCF
Reduction of Vulnerability to Climate Change v v v
Climate Resilient Development   v v
Ecosystem Resilience v
Global Environmental Benefits v  
Incremental Reasoning v    
Additional Cost Reasoning   v v
Short-term (inter-annual/10 year) measures     v
Long-term (multi-decadal/30 year) strategies   v v
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Status of Adaptation Funds
I. Adaptation Funds
200
Available
Allocated
150
100
USD millions
50
0
LDCF
SCCF
SPA
Total
Current Status of Adaptation Funds funds
available and allocated
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  • I. Funds for Adaptation
  • UNDP Approach
  • Support to Countries for Adaptation Projects

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II. UNDP Approach
UNDPs Mission
  • Doing Development Differently
  • Integrating climate change risks into national
    development plans to ensure sustainable
    development

10
II. UNDP Approach
UNDPs Institutional Response to Adaptation and
Development
In support of progress toward MDGs
  • MDG 1 Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
  • MDG 2 Achieve universal primary education
  • MDG 3 Promote gender equality and empower women
  • MDG 4 Reduce child mortality
  • MDG 5 Improve maternal health
  • MDG 6 Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other
    diseases
  • MDG 7 Ensure environmental sustainability
  • MDG 8 Develop a Global Partnership for
    Development

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UNDPs Strategic Priorities (SPs)
II. UNDP Approach
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II. UNDP Approach
UNDPs Institutional Response to Adaptation and
Development
  • UNDPs focus
  • Adaptation to climate variability (short- to
    medium- term)
  • Adaptation to projected climate change
    (long-term)
  • Adaptation measures to ensure sustainability of
    adaptation through support for policy,
    governance, planning and capacity building

13
II. UNDP Approach
UNDPs Institutional Response to Adaptation and
Development
Adaptation options in Agriculture/Food Security
Short- and Mid-term adaptation Long-term adaptation Sustainability of adaptation
Insurance Modify tilling practices Use seasonal climate predictions Storage facilities Employment for displaced agricultural workers Changes in crop combination Adoption of drought-resistant crop and animal species Water management (irrigation) Efficient use of water Reforms in the land tenure regime Alternative livelihoods Promotion of investments Development of efficient markets Market integration Adoption of appropriate technologies Strengthening of extension services for agriculture Dissemination of climatic predictions among agriculturalists and producers Institutional and governance reforms
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Four Phases of UNDPs Strategy
II. UNDP Approach
Phase IV Implementation
2012
Phase IB Learning Dissemination
2010
Phase III National Assessments
2008
Phase II Regional Assessments
2006
Phase IA Methods Development
2004
2002
Activities
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II. UNDP Approach
Two Types of UNDP-GEF Projects
  • Enabling activities
  • Second National Communications (100 countries)
  • NAPAs (supporting 29 LDCs)
  • Demonstration and pilot projects

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II. UNDP Approach
UNDP-GEF Adaptation Portfolio
  • FSP/MSP projects underway in 43 countries

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II. UNDP Approach
Thematic Distribution of UNDP Adaptation Projects
Sector/topic Country
Water management Tanzania, Ecuador (SCCF)
Agriculture Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Namibia (SPA) Pacific (SCCF) India (SCCF)
Health Fiji, Barbados, Jordan, Uzbekistan, China, Bhutan, Kenya (SCCF)
Coastal zones Cape Verde, Mauritania, Gambia, Guinea Bissau (SPA), Uruguay (SPA) Tourism Maldives (SCCF)
Disaster risk management India (SCCF), Pacific (SCCF)
Community-based adaptation Samoa, Bolivia, Niger, Bangladesh (Morocco, Namibia, Vietnam, Guatemala, Kazakhstan and Jamaica to join in 2006/7) (SPA)
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II. UNDP Approach
Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Areas,
Uruguay
  • SPA International Waters
  • 975,000 in GEF funds
  • Status PDF-A approved
  • Goal Reduce climate related risks for coastal
    wetlands and activities related to their
    sustainable use
  • Example MSP Outcomes
  • Capacity for planning, stakeholder engagement,
    implementation, and ME of adaptation measures to
    address sustainable development of coastal areas
    enhanced
  • Timely information on changes in climate, runoff
    and river discharges, coastal morphology and
    wetland ecosystem health made available in
    user-friendly format to decision-makers at the
    national and local levels

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II. UNDP Approach
Adaptation to Climate Change through Effective
Water Governance in Ecuador
  • SCCF Adapting
  • planning and policies
  • 3 million in GEF funds, 6 million co-financing
  • Status PDF-B approved
  • Outcomes
  • Policy environment and governance structure for
    effective water management strengthened
  • Information and knowledge management on climate
    risks in Ecuador improved
  • Sustainable water and water-related risk
    management practices to withstand the effects of
    climate change applied

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  • I. Funds for Adaptation
  • UNDP Approach
  • Support to Countries for Adaptation Projects

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III. Adaptation Projects
UNDP Project Development Approach
Country-driven Responding to assessments
NC and NAPA priorities
Fit with Country Office, UNDAF
Climate-Related Hazards
ADAPTATION PROPOSALS
Scientific Basis Identifying Risk
Policy Dialogue
Vulnera-bility Data
Fit with Strategic Priorities Targets
Strategic, Context-based
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III. Adaptation Projects
Project Proposal Key Elements (I)
  • Baseline development and country priorities
    clear
  • National Communications, NAPAs
  • PRSP, Development priorities
  • CCF, UNDAF, CPD, CPAP
  • Climate change data, potential impacts
    established
  • Near- and long-term
  • Exposure and vulnerability of target system
    described
  • As baseline and to identify ways to minimize
    exposure and reduce vulnerability

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III. Adaptation Projects
Project Proposal Key Elements (II)
  • Additional or adapted measures and policies
    proposed
  • Must address the climate risk to development
  • Measures aligned with strategic priorities and
    funds
  • See adaptation website (www.undp.org/gef/adaptatio
    n)
  • Policy dialogue initiated
  • Co-financing secured (SCCF, LDCF)

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III. Adaptation Projects
The Adaptation Policy Frameworks (APF)
  • Guidance on adaptation project development,
    implementation
  • Technical Papers
  • Scoping and design
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Vulnerability assessment
  • Assessment of future climate risks
  • Assessment of socio-economic conditions
  • Assessing and enhancing adaptive capacity
  • Formulation of adaptation strategies
  • Continuing the adaptation process
  • Guidebook takes readers through five
  • project stages from start to finish

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III. Adaptation Projects
APF for Project Development
APF

Project Brief

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III. Adaptation Projects
APF

Project Brief

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Adaptation Learning Mechanism (ALM)
III. Adaptation Projects
  • Establish a knowledge base for adaptation
  • Review adaptation portfolios and projects
  • Identify gaps in knowledge, practice
  • Respond to gaps in knowledge
  • Identify good practice
  • Learning and knowledge sharing

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Further Information
Contact Bo Lim Climate Change
Adaptation UNDP-GEF www.undp.org/gef/adaptation
E-mail Adaptation_at_undp.org
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