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Title: RESEARCH RESULTS ON THE HYDROLOGICAL EFFECT OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE IN THE REGION AND THEIR APPLICATION TO WATER MANAGEMENT


1
GEF Sustainable Integrated Water and Wastewater
Management Project (Pacific IWRM) 
Integrated Water Resources Management National
Planning Programme  
2
Overview of Last Nine Months
  1. Demo completion and securing co-financing
    (including start of the EU Water Facility
    Project)
  2. Project Implementation Form (PIF) submission
  3. GEF-PAS process, negotiation with Implementing
    Agencies and Budget Implications
  4. Project Document development
  5. Closure of PDF-B
  6. Project Document submission, CEO Endorsement
    Form, and securing additional funding

3
Demo Completion and Co-financing
1. Demos and co-financing completed and
secured Co-financing Component 1 Demonstration
Projects 82.4m Component 2 Regional Indicator
Framework - 1.5m Component 3 IWRM WUE Plans
2.5m Component 4 Capacity Building
2.9m Project Management - 1m Total Co-finance
90.5m, with GEF funds 99.5m With design phase
and Agency fees 102m
4
Process following Tradewinds Meeting
  • GEF Pacific Alliance for Sustainability (PAS)
  • Overarching umbrella programme
  • Covers all GEF Focal Areas
  • Countries and IAs submit projects/ideas
  • GEF approves PAS projects for funding
  • Governance Arrangements and Terms of Reference
    for all Project posts shared with Steering
    Committee (November 2007)
  • PIF Prepared Draft Shared with Steering
    Committee (November 2007)
  • EU Water Facility Project signed (December 2007)
  • PIF completed and submitted to GEF (January 2008)
  • GEF-PAS Cuts and Negotiations (March, GEF-PAS
    meeting in Palau)
  • Implications on Project project coordination
    unit, need for additional funding year 3 onwards

5
Project Documents Submission
  • TWO Project documents
  • One for UNDP responsible for Component C1
  • One for UNEP responsible for Components C2 and
    C3, and oversight of C3
  • PDF-B Phase closure - financial reporting,
    agreement on deliverables with UNDP
  • Meetings with UNDP Suva, LPAC meeting
  • Prodoc feedback from UNDP Bangkok, New York,
    UNEP, and GEF International Waters Team
  • CEO Endorsement Form submission
  • Discussions with AusAID and NZAID

6
Project Linkages and Next Steps
  • Logframe development indicators
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Adaptation to Climate Change
  • Drafting ToR and hiring consultants
  • Project Financial reporting
  • Socio-economic assessment tools
  • Feasibility studies
  • Legislation development
  • Community engagement and participation
  • Facilitation skills
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Communication approaches
  • Securing sustainable financing
  • Currently in the Pre-Inception Phase (now to
    project start)
  • Focus on providing the right information to you
    (resources available under the project)
  • Responding to your queries and providing project
    documents
  • Selecting the Project Management Team
  • Inception Meeting planning
  • Identifying initial training needs
  • Clarifying management and financial arrangements

7
Project Linkages and Next Steps
  • Pre-Inception Phase
  • Project Implementation Arrangements Report to
    share with you for comment
  • Responding to the GEF final Demo review
  • Inception Meeting May 2009? Location Fiji
  • Project Coordination Unit Prepare a Guidance
    Manual
  • Mobilising the co-finance government, other
    projects HYCOS, Sustainable Land Management,
    PACC organising national project governance
    arrangements

8
Project Linkages and Next Steps
  • HYCOS sharing resources sharing information,
    project steering committee attendance
  • PACC Project Nauru, Tuvalu, Tonga, RMI, Niue,
    Fiji sharing resources focusing and climate
    proofing interventions
  • Sustainable Land Management (SLM) project
    sharing resources, learning for each other,
    relevant linkages?
  • Consider National Water Committee membership
    re-evaluate your GEF Demos

9
Next Steps
  • Nomination of RSC Member for Selection Panel of
    PCU end of this meeting
  • Share Project Implementation Arrangements Report
    end of August
  • Training requirements for demonstration project
    delivery to consider further
  • National financial disbursement end of
    September
  • National recruitment process and job-sizing by
    September 15th
  • Re-confirm Lead Agency by end of September
  • National project linkages mobilisation of
    co-financing to consider further
  • Re-define and tailor National Project Staff ToR
    by end September
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