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Title: European Commission - EuropeAid Co-operation Office Euro-Mediterranean Regional Programme For Local Water Management Mediterranean Drought Preparedness and Mitigation Planning (MEDROPLAN) RMSU Meeting of Performance Assessment Madrid, Spain, 31 May


1
European Commission - EuropeAid Co-operation
Office Euro-Mediterranean Regional Programme For
Local Water Management Mediterranean Drought
Preparedness and Mitigation Planning
(MEDROPLAN) RMSU Meeting of Performance
Assessment Madrid, Spain, 31 May 2006
MEDROPLAN Mediterranean Drought
Preparedness and Mitigation Planning
2
Meeting agenda and participants
  • 1 hour summary of the logframe training
    questions
  • 3.5 hours brainstorming session on
  • list problems and issues to be addressed by
    MEDROPLAN during the remaining project duration
  • design an ad-hoc problem tree
  • design an ad-hoc objective tree and analyse the
    strategy, with focus on impact and sustainability
  • outline the revised logframe
  • 2 hours joint work on defining adapted but
    generic benchmarking indicators
  • 1 hour on additional issues if needed
  • Participants RMSU team and project coordination
    team
  • Alain Vidal
  • Ana Iglesias
  • Marta Moneo
  • Doruk Saracoglu

3
Example Risk of dryland farming in marginal areas
  • Goal Decrease vulnerability of dryland farmers

4
Problem tree
Increased vulnerability
Political subsidy
Farmers need financial aid in case of drought
Information on drought subjective biased
Drought affects farmers income
Vulnerable farming
Biased perception on the importance of drought
Wrong explanation of farmers poverty
Inefficient and complex organiz- ational framework
Higher drought frequency in last 30 years
Poor agricultural framework
Marginal farming technical, land, capital
resources
Drought used as a political instrument
Low efficiency of drought Observ. (IAVH2)
Drought bias
Policy makers do not address socio economic
issues
DMN absent from framework
Drought observatory in wrong hands
5
Problem
Objective
Additional objectives
Assumption
Intervention logic
Decrease vulnerability
Increased vulnerability
Nat drought insur. system ob. information
Political subsidy
Goal
Results
Results
Farmers better cope with drought
Farmers need financial aid in case of drought
Better knowledge of drought
Information on drought subjective biased
Purpose
Drought affects farmers income
Activities
Vulnerable farming
Statistical analysis of drought frequency
Build and info and EW system, bullpub, anal
Diversified production to decrease risk
Set up new org. framework for drought with DMN
Biased perception on the importance of drought
Wrong explanation of farmers poverty
Inefficient and complex organiz- ational framework
Activities
Results
Activities
Higher drought frequency in last 30 years
Extension, demo training (crops, zero till.,
micro-credit)
Poor agricultural framework
Marginal farming technical, land, capital
resources
Strengthen cooperatives, agric. chambers
Activities
Activities
Drought used as a political instrument
Results
Low efficiency of drought Observ. (IAVH2)
Insurance and info systems accepted as part of
policy and by donors
Activities
Drought bias
Reform acceptance by key players
Policy makers do not address socio economic
issues
DMN absent from framework
Drought observatory in wrong hands
6
Option 1
Overall goal Decrease vulnerability of dryland farmers
Purpose Farmers better cope with drought
Results National drought insurance system based on objective information Insurance and info accepted as part of policy and by donors Diversified agric production to decrease risk Improved Knowledge of drought
Activities Build an info system and EW, bull, analysis, public Farmers extension demo, training new crops, zero tillage, micro credit Statistical analysis of drought frequency Setup a new framework for drought mitigation including DMN Reform acceptance by key players Strengthen cooperatives agric chambers farmers association
7
Option 2 Contingency plan in case my assumptions
are not verified
Overall goal Decrease vulnerability of dryland farmers
Purpose Farmers better cope with drought
Results Private drought insurance system Diversified agric production to decrease risk Improved Knowledge of drought
Activities Build an info system and EW, bull, analysis, public Farmers extension demo, training new crops, zero tillage, micro credit Statistical analysis of drought frequency Strengthen cooperatives agric chambers farmers association
8
Objective verifiable indicators (OVI) and
Benchamarking indicates (BMI) for Option 2 and
evolution in time
OVI target
BMI dynamic
Overall goal Decrease vulnerability of dryland farmers
Purpose Farmers better cope with drought 50 of farmers not affected by drought of farmers not affected by drought
Results Private drought insurance system Annual balance of insurance fund
Results Diversified agric production to decrease risk of surface with non traditional crops
Results Improved Knowledge of drought
Activities Build an info system and EW, bull, analysis, public Number of events predicted in advance
Activities Farmers extension demo, training new crops, zero tillage, micro credit Number of training adopting zero tillage
Activities Statistical analysis of drought frequency
Activities Strengthen cooperatives agric chambers farmers association
9
Conclusions
  • Include the protocol for BMI for testing the
    Guidelines
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