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Title: Strategy for the development of samoa 2012 - 2016


1
National Priorities on Climate Change and the
Fisheries Sub Sector
Presented by Abigail Lee Hang Economic Policy
and Planning Division Ministry of Finance
2
Strategy for the Development of Samoa Framework
3
Strategy for the Development of Samoa 2012 - 2016
Boosting Productivity for Sustainable
Development
Strategy for the Development of Samoa 2012 2016 NATIONAL GOALS AND STRATEGIES
PRIORITY AREA I ECONOMIC SECTOR Key Outcome 1 Macroeconomic Stability Key Outcome 2 Re-invigorate Agriculture Key Outcome 3 Revitalized Exports Key Outcome 4 Sustainable Tourism Key Outcome 5 Enabling Environment for Business Development
PRIORITY AREA II SOCIAL SECTOR Key Outcome 6 A Healthy Samoa Key Outcome 7 Improved Focus on Access to Education, Training and Learning Outcomes Key Outcome 8 Social Cohesion
PRIORITY AREA III INFRASTRUCTURE SECTORS Key Outcome 9 Sustainable Access to Safe Drinking Water and Basic Sanitation Key Outcome 10 Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Transport Systems and Networks Key Outcome 11 Universal Access to Reliable and Affordable ICT Services Key Outcome 12 Sustainable Energy Supply
PRIORITY AREA IV CROSSCUTTING SECTOR ENVIRONMENT Key Outcome 13 Environmental Sustainability Key Outcome 14 Climate and Disaster Resilience
4
  • PRIORITY AREA IV THE ENVIRONMENT
  • Key Outcome 13 Environmental Sustainability
  • Strategic Areas
  • Develop appropriate policies to guide sustainable
    development
  • Effective management of natural resources and the
    environment
  • Ensure optimum benefits from the efficient use of
    natural resources
  • Provision and dissemination of scientific and
    technology-based information for accuracy and
    timeliness of investigations, early warning
    systems and predictions to support the
    sustainable management of natural resources and
    livelihoods.
  • Maintain the balance among the three pillars of
    development throughout the national development
    framework
  • Reduce biodiversity loss.
  • Key Indicators
  • Percentage of land area covered by forest
  • Number of trees provided under the community
    forestry programs
  • Percentage increase in lives saved and increased
    numbers of secured properties reduction of
    percentage losses
  • Number and area of protected areas rises
  • Proportion of fish stocks within safe biological
    limits
  • Proportion of terrestrial and marine areas
    protected
  • Proportion of species threaten with extinction
  • Proportion of total water resources used.
  • CO2 emissions, total per capita and per 1 GDP
    (PPP)/Index of GHG emissions
  • Consumption/index of ozone depleting substances.

5
  • PRIORITY AREA IV THE ENVIRONMENT
  • Key Outcome 14 Climate Resilience and Disaster
    Risk Reduction
  • Strategic Areas
  • Ensure integration of climate change issues and
    disaster risk reduction into core national and
    sector plans, policies and budgetary processes
  • Undertake climate change impact assessments on
    sector plans and major investment initiatives to
    identify necessary adjustments and increase
    awareness
  • Strengthen the awareness and consultation on
    climate change at all levels including improved
    community engagement and understanding of the
    expected changes and proposed adaptation
    strategies
  • Finalise and commence implementation of coastal
    infrastructure managements (CIM) plans
  • Strengthening planning and capacity for Disaster
    Preparedness with closer linkages between sector
    lead agencies and the DMO
  • Improve monitoring of climate change through
    centralized collection of data and information
    across all sectors to identify the direction,
    nature and pace of change and adapt plans
    accordingly
  • Develop appropriate financing modalities for CCA
    and DRR
  • Key Indicators
  • Number of sector plans integrating expected
    climate change impacts with identified
    adaptation strategies in place and being
    implemented
  • Development of a monitoring framework and base
    line data for climate change impacts and
    adaptation
  • Progress in implementing CIM Plans
  • Information reports on climate change being
    regularly disseminated through the media and at
    public consultations.
  • Updated climate risk profiles

6
  • Agriculture Sector Plan 2011 - 2015
  • Strategy for the development of Samoa 2012 - 2016
  • Agriculture Sector Plan
  • Key Outcome 13 Environmental Sustainability
  • Fisheries Subsector Strategies
  • SPO 4
  • 4.1.1 Promote sustainable use of small Exclusive
    Economic Zone (EEZ) through sustainable catch
    practices
  • 4.1.2 Promote long-term sustainability of
    coastal fishery resources including the
    protection of mangroves and coral reefs
  • 4.1.3 Identify impacts of climate change on
    fisheries production and governance and develop
    mitigating strategies
  • 4.1.4 Promote Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries
    Management (TMDP, CBFM, NAPA)
  • 4.2.1 Develop strategies to mitigate sea safety
    during natural disasters and emergency situation
    (fisheries diseases outbreaks, securing fisheries
    asset, crew)
  •  
  • Key Outcome 14 Climate Resilience and Disaster
    Risk Reduction
  • Contributes to

7
  • Way Forward
  • Implementation of subsector strategies entails
    the
  • Development of a functional implementation plan
    that clearly lays out prioritization of core
    activities
  • Identification of key measures to ensure
    achievement of Sector Policy Objectives
  • Due to the links as shown, successful
    implementation of subsector strategies lead to
    achievement of national priorities on
    Environmental sustainability and Climate
    Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction.

8
  • THANK YOU

Electronic copies of the Strategy for the
Development of Samoa 2012 2016 may be found at
the following link http//www.mof.gov.ws/Services
/Economy/EconomicPlanning/tabid/5618/Default.aspx
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