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  • Webinar Tue, 28st May 2013, 4 5.30 pm CEST

    Country Experiences with Mainstreaming Adaptation from Programme to National Level

    as part of the online discussion series on

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    Michael Scholze Advisor on climate change adaptation GIZ Competence Centre for Climate Change, Environment & Climate Change Division

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  • Context of this webinar

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    Three discussion series on

    Adaptation M&E (completed) - March

    Climate Information & Services (completed) - April

    Mainstreaming Adaptation (ongoing) May

    Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change IMACC

    A project implemented

    under the International Climate Initiative (ICI)

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    IMACC supports the advancement of tools and methods for adaptation and

    documents application experience (inventory)

    IMACC encourages peer-to-peer learning through knowledge sharing and exchange

    amongst institutions and individuals in its seven partner countries and beyond

    For more information, visit:

    Context of this webinar

  • Agenda

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    Sofia Muoz, GIZ Mexico: Mainstreaming: the Mexican Example

    Cristina Rodriguez, GIZ Peru: Experiences with Mainstreaming Adaptation into the National System for Public Investment

    Claudia Cordero, GIZ Bolivia: Mainstreaming Adaptation into an Agricultural Program and into Irrigation & Watershed Management Investments in Bolivia

    Discussion

  • Sofia Muoz, GIZ Mexico:

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    Mainstreaming: the Mexican Example

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    Mainstreaming:

    the Mexican Example

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    Sofia Muoz

    sofia.munoz@giz.de

    mailto:sofia.munoz@giz.de

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    Contents:

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    1.The Mexican Context: Climate Change

    Law

    2.Mainstreaming in Agriculture

    3.Trainings

    4.Next steps

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    The Mexican Context: Climate Change Law

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    Incorporate in environmental policies and instruments

    climate change mitigation and adaptation criteria

    Establish the basis and instruments to promote institutional

    capacity strengthening to stop climate change

    Educate, inform and

    increase awareness on

    the adverse effects of

    climate change

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    Mainstreaming in Agriculture

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    Counterpart: Federal Ministry of Agriculture

    Objective: Identify entry points into SAGARPAs

    programs operational rules to reduce the impacts

    of climate change and promote producers

    adaptation.

    Develop a methodology that can be used in other

    institutions and sectors within the Mexican

    government.

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    Mainstreaming in Agriculture

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    CC Impacts and the Agriculture Sector

    CC in Mexico

    7 programs and 36 components

    Programs Methodology

    Criteria

    Results

    Evaluation

    Methodology

    Results

    Mainstreaming

    Objective: find

    coherence between

    the existing

    programs rules and

    adaptation actions.

    Objective:

    incorporating

    adaptation criteria

    into existing

    programs rules.

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    Some recommendations

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    Findings: need to change operation rules to

    introduce adaptation criteria on those components

    that have the highest potential for that.

    Budget allocation to those components with

    highest probability of incorporating these criteria

    Increase investment in the Program: Investment in

    Equipment and Infrastructure with an adaptation

    focus

    Programs such as PROCAMPO, which has the

    highest territorial coverage, number of farmers and

    subsidies, needs more attention to: improve

    ecosystems; change in crops, sustainable soil and

    resources management.

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    Successes and Challenges

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    Challenging

    Few people within the institution

    understand what Climate Change

    is and the need for adaptation.

    Successful

    First example on mainstreaming in

    Agriculture

    Improve capacities on

    mainstreaming in SAGARPA

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    Mainstreaming: trainings

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    Training of Trainers Costa Rica 2012

    6 Trainers from Mexico

    Training at National and

    Subnational level

    INECC

    State of

    Aguascalientes

    (M. of Agriculture)

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    Next Steps

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    Applying the National Climate Change Law

    Capacity development

    Knowledge exchange internationally and

    nationally

    Promote the use and replication of the Climate

    Proofing methodology used for the agriculture

    sector in other sectors

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    Questions?

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    Sofia Muoz

    sofia.munoz@giz.de

    mailto:sofia.munoz@giz.de

  • Cristina Rodriguez, GIZ Peru:

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    Experiences with Mainstreaming Adaptation into the National System for Public Investment

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    Peru: Experiences with Mainstreaming Adaptation into the

    National System for Public Investment

    Cristina Rodriguez

    Technical Advisor

    IPACC Project BMU/GIZ

    Adaptation Community

    Discussion Series on Mainstreaming Adaptation

    Photos: Bridge over the Chira River, near Sullana in Piura / Huatanay Riverin Cusco

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    Content

    1. Background: SNIP and DRM

    2. Mainstreaming adaptation into the National System

    for Public Investment.

    3. Processes and outputs

    4. Challenges and main lessons to date

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    Background: Peruvian National System for Public Investments

    (SNIP, acronym in Spanish)

    SNIP is a governmental administrative system for public

    investment projects (PIP) at national, regional and local levels

    (http://www.snip.gob.pe/)

    The Ministry of Economy and Finance through the General

    Directorate of Investment Policy is the governing body of the

    SNIP.

    PIP are designed according to criteria that ensure

    sustainability and social profitability. They are based on

    sectorial policies and plans.

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    http://www.snip.gob.pe/

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    Background: Disaster Risk Management into Public Investment

    Since 2006-2007, the concept and methodology of

    disaster risk management are integrated into public

    investment projects.

    Since 2010, two publications outline how to include

    social evaluation of disaster risk reduction measures.

    The climate change context is developed in one of the

    publications.

    Currently, the guidelines available in SNIP indicate

    that projects must consider disaster risk analysis,

    identify DRR measures and evaluate, when applicable,

    their social benefits and costs.

    (http://www.snip.gob.pe/index.php/instrumentos-

    generales-para-la-formulacion-de-pip)

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    Mainstreaming Adaptation into the National System

    for Public Investment

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    Public Investment and Climate Change Adaptation Project

    IPACC BMU/GIZ

    Overview

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    Project

    period

    Nov. 2011 Oct. 2014 (3 years)

    Financing

    entity

    German Federal Ministry for the Environment,

    Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU),

    within the framework of its International Climate

    Initiative (ICI)

    Peruvian

    partners

    Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF)

    Ministry of the Environment (MINAM)

    Regional Governments: Piura and Cusco

    Main

    objective

    National and regional stakeholders are informed

    about possible costs of climate change impacts,

    in two sectors, and apply criteria of climate

    change adaptation and reduction of climate risks

    in public investments

    Cusco

    Piura

    More info:

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