Presentation on theme: "CLEAR Climate Leadership for Effective Adaptation and Resilience Date: April 25, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
CLEAR Climate Leadership for Effective Adaptation and Resilience Date: April 25, 2012
Introduction Title: Climate Leadership for Effective Adaptation and Resilience – CLEAR Theme: People-Centered Climate Change adaptation project Donor: DFID under Civil Society Challenge Fund Duration: 42 months, Start time: October 2011 End date : March 2015 Location: Sindh and Punjab
Goal Pro poor climate change adaptation policy is formulated and implemented in Pakistan resulting in increased security for vulnerable communities.
PURPOSE Poor and vulnerable communities across Pakistan have increased capacity to adapt to climate change to protect their livelihoods and contribute to bottom up policy development.
Outputs OUTPUT 1: Capacity Building of CSOs and communities: CSOs and communities in target areas have increased knowledge, skills and capacity to understand and respond to climate change. OUTPUT 2: Community-based projects: Adaptation capacity of poor communities to climate change is enhanced through the implementation of community-based projects
Goal, Purpose and Outputs cont… OUTPUT 3: Public policy advocacy: Networks of CSOs and community groups actively contribute to the developments of LAPAs and influence local, national and international decision makers/ duty bearers to implement pro poor and evidence based climate change adaptation policy
Fact Sheet of CLEAR Duration:5 Years Location:South Sindh & South Punjab Partners:45 CSOs/NGOs/CBOs Master Trainers:45 (one from each org) LAPAs Development:10 Working Methodology:Networking Community based Adaptation Projects: 30 (however it will vary)
Fact Sheet – CLEAR Provincial Networking Meetings:8 –Punjab: 4 –Sindh:4 National Level Networking Meetings:2 Stakeholders visit to selected projects:2 Documentary:1 Regional forums exposure of MTs:1
Local Adaptation Plans of Action – LAPA: Three steps for LAPA development. –Focus Group Discussions / Community Meetings –LAPA development workshop with CSOs/beneficiaries. –LAPA consultation workshop with stakeholders –One provincial meeting after two LAPAs.
Community Based Adaptation Projects –Request for Proposals (only partners are eligible) –Short-listing based on selection criteria –Award projects to Partner Organizations –Implementation of projects –Lesson learning –Selection of model projects. –Showcasing of projects
Capacity Building of POs –Training Need Assessment of MTs. –Institutional Maturity Index of POs –4 Cycles of trainings for each MTs with intervals –Replication of trainings with staff and community. (Note: MTs are critical because they will participate in the trainings continuously)
Provincial Meetings Each provincial meeting after 2-3 LAPAs development and implementation. Discussions on LAPA implementation progress. Highlight issues and hurdles in LAPAs implementation to government departments. Support / sharing / presentations on Community Based Adaptation Projects. Future planning as a network on Climate Change Adaptation.
Stakeholder Visits to Adaptation Projects Selection of the model projects. Conduct field visit to see the change at community level. Showcase model projects at different forums and publications. Media coverage for model projects.
Project schedule Year April – march
Activities Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Selection of partners, TNA Maturity Index Conduct Vulnerability Assessment Development of training modules Capacity building of 45 MTs through 4 training cycles. Training and awareness raising of communities by MTs on similar modules. Experience sharing with other communities (ongoing) X X X X X X X X Project Schedule
Activities Establish a Project Advisory Group (PAG) Development of at least ten district LAPAs. Community based Adaptation Projects. Mentoring of CSOs and progress reports. Monitoring & Evaluation Province-based meetings (4 in each province) of the CSO Advocacy Network to plan strategies on actions for engaging the local and national government. Two ‘NAN national level meeting” where all members of the CSO Advocacy Network advocate with policy makers and journalists on climate adaptation policy Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 X X X X X X X X X
Project Schedule Activities Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Development, printing and distribution of four policy briefs, and focused sharing with stakeholders for policy inputs to local and national governments, and the media. Facilitation of local CSOs to engage in awareness campaigns on entitlements and rights of poor communities to climate change adaptation mechanisms. Master Trainers participation in debates and regional fora Stakeholder (policy makers and journalists) visits to adaptation projects for advocacy and experience sharing Development of documentary and case studies X X X X X X X
Role of MTs 1.Provide on the ground assistance to the implementation of the CLEAR project. 2.Replicate the learning to their organizational staff and communities. 3.Partner with provincial and district governments to assist in the formulation of LAPAs 4.Regularly meet and participated in the project activities. 5.Provide accurate information to LP as and when required 6.Work as a focal person for the implementation of micro adaptation projects in their geographical areas
Role of MTs (Cont) 7. Replicate trainings at community and staff levels on CC. 8. Prepare project activities’ reports including their micro projects 9. Participate actively and ensure the representation of the community in the development of LAPAs for community/areas. 10. Attend and take lead their respective Provincial network and advocacy meetings on LAPA implementations 11. LP in collecting primary data in the field for the final report and compilation of case studies
MTs Tasks after First Training
Steps Prepare list of Beneficiaries Replication of training with staff members. Orientation of 100 community members / beneficiaries on Climate Change.
Type of Beneficiaries –Staff –Trainees –Micro Project beneficiaries
Basic Criteria of Beneficiaries All respondents should be living below the poverty line which means earning an income less than $1.25 per day (3,300 Rupees per month according to the World Bank standard) and cross-check the selection of the respondents on the basis of the database with the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP). Permanent resident of the targeted district / village. 35% beneficiaries should be female. 5% to 10% disable or HIV/AIDs effected.
General Criteria Employed / Self employed / unemployed Literate or illiterate Preference to female headed families Preference to youth-headed families People engaged both in farm and non-farm activities Victims of Climate Change (in the last decade)
Potential Beneficiaries List Format Organization Name: ______________ Master Trainer's Name: ____________ Type of Beneficiaries: Date of Submission: _______________ Staff: _____________All staff members Trainees: ___________________100 Project beneficiaries: __________Project beneficiareis District: _______Tehsils: __________Union Councils: ____Villages: _________________ S No. Name of Beneficiaries Gender AddressAgeProfession Monthly Income Minority Groups Any disability HIV/AID s What type of benefits they can receive Male / FemaleYes / No