Presentation on theme: "Marco de Referencia para orientar la Formulación de la ECADERT Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase Julio – Agosto, 2009 Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase."— Presentation transcript:
Marco de Referencia para orientar la Formulación de la ECADERT Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase Julio – Agosto, 2009 Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase Julio – Agosto, 2009 Frame of Reference to guide formulation of ECADERT Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase Julio – Agosto, 2009 Proceso de Consultas Primera Fase Julio – Agosto, 2009 Process of Consultation First phase July – August Process of Consultation First phase July – August. 2009
CONTENT PART 1: PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS PART 2: STRATEGIC ORIENTATION (MISSION, VISION, OBJECTIVE, FUNTIONS) PART 3: SCOPE AND ACTORS INVOLVED PART 4: PILLARS AND CROSS-CUTTING THEMES
PRINCIPLES OF THE PROPOSAL Flexibility Collective Construction Process Gradual Transition Process Logic of Sustainable Development National Development Model geared toward Inclusion Territorial Approach to RD
PRINCIPLES OF THE PROPOSAL Shared Vision of the Region “Regional Agenda” Acknowledges the “Regional Agenda” Reference Guide for Transformation Strengthens Linkages with Regional Project Territories with Shared Characteristics Facilitates Linkages among Territories with a Specific Complexity
CONCEPTS What is a Territory? Importance of Rural Territorial Development for the Region Dimensions of Sustainable Development
WHAT IS A TERRITORY? WHAT IS A TERRITORY? “… it is where social groups live and conduct their activities, based on natural resources and with specific modes of production, consumption, and exchange that reflect certain cultural principles, and are set within a political-institutional form of organization…”
Social Inclusion and Equity as cornerstones of the approach Complementary roles of the State and Civil Society Cooperation and Public-Private Alliances. Long-term vision Networks for cooperation and territorial networks Innovation as a key to success Potential to link urgent measures with the Medium Term Strategic Plan for Rural Develompent is crucial
Importance of RTD for the Region Food Security and Sovereignty - Basic Foods. Increasing productivity with traditional practices - Economies of scale and their economic, social, and environmental potential Sustainable Management of Natural Resources. Protection of water sources; local systems for water distribution and waste management A new appreciation of the role of Rural Women and Youths, Cultural Heritage and Identity Local and National Governance
DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Sociocultural Environmental Polítical-institutional Economic – productive
VISION To ensure that the rural population attains significant improvements in its quality of life and that it has access to an effective public-private institutional framework responsible for comprehensive, inclusive and sustainable development, based on the potential of their territories.
MISSION To focus on guiding the development of an effective rural institutional framework and the corresponding complementary national and territorial policies, so as to overcome the barriers that hinder the potential of the rural world.
OBJECTIVE To promote participatory development of territorial public policies for the economic, social, environmental, and institutional transformation of rural Central America.
Supporting transformation of the institutional framework of Rural Territorial Development, to: Internalize the Approach Enhance the territories’ economic development Significantly improve living conditions Enhance environmental management processes Strengthen trends toward democratization
MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS Facilitating role: Facilitating role: helps develop an awareness of the need to include territorial cohesion as a means to attain social cohesion and inclusive development Technical role: Technical role: focuses on processes that guide institutional, economic, and social transformation of rural territories Linkage function: Linkage function: focuses on orienting processes of negotiation and harmonization of sectoral public policies with the dynamics set in motion by local actors in rural territories
SCOPE AND ACTORS INVOLVED
Timeframe: Timeframe: long term ( ). Mechanism for regular updating, every two or three years Geographical coverage: Geographical coverage: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama Rural Population are the social actors and the process is geared toward them
POSSIBLE PILLARS OF THE STRATEGY Institutions for RTD: I. Institutions for RTD: Social Management of Policies Strengthening of the Rural Economy of the Territories II. Strengthening of the Rural Economy of the Territories Rural Society and Territorial Identity: III. Rural Society and Territorial Identity: Cooperation Networks and Social Inclusion Nature and Territories: IV. Nature and Territories: Access to and Management of Environmental Resources
PILLAR I: INSTITUTIONS FOR RTD: SOCIAL MANAGEMENT OF POLICIES Objective: Objective: to strengthen development processes based on institutional transformation for the internal organization of social actors in rural territories and for social management of policies
PILAR II: STRENGTHENINF OF THE RURAL ECONOMY OF THE TERRITORIES Objective: Objective: to guide transformation of the rural economy of the territories and enhance the dynamics of its various assets (agricultural, environmental, cultural, social, among others)
PILLAR III: Rural Society and Territorial Identity: Cooperation Networks and Social Inclusion Objective: Objective: to guide social transformation of the territories, with lines of action geared toward social inclusion and respect for cultural, gender-based, age- related and environmental diversity
PILLAR IV: Nature and Territories: Access to and Management of Environmental Resources Objective: Objective: to guide transformation of the type of social management of the territory, adjusting productive processes to the capacity of renewal of their ecosystems
POSSIBLE CROSS-CUTTING THEMES Theme I: Theme I: Knowledge Management System Theme II: Theme II: Education and Capacity Enhancement Theme III: Theme III: Follow-up and Evaluation System Theme IV: Theme IV: Funding System
FUNCTIONS OF THE CROSS-CUTTING THEMES Themes I and II: enhance abilities and transform capabilities. Investment in human resources is the most efficient measure to ensure success of development Themes I and II: enhance abilities and transform capabilities. Investment in human resources is the most efficient measure to ensure success of development Theme III: to constructively analyze the transformations set forth in the Strategy and propose adjustments to the direction of the steps taken. This includes a continuous improvement component. Theme III: to constructively analyze the transformations set forth in the Strategy and propose adjustments to the direction of the steps taken. This includes a continuous improvement component. Theme IV: funding is essential for both the initial thrust of implementation and to ensure continuity of processes Theme IV: funding is essential for both the initial thrust of implementation and to ensure continuity of processes