Climate Resilience Sector Project

Climate Resilience Sector Project (CRSP) was prepared under phase II of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) to mainstream climate resilience into government planning and address country priorities focusing on the most vulnerable sectors and communities.

The purpose of the Project is to implement the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR) prepared under phase II of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR). The Project will mainstream climate resilience into development planning and address country priorities focusing on the most vulnerable sectors and communities.
The Project will (i) build capacity in climate change adaptation and disaster risk management at community, sector and national levels; (ii) provide information, tools, and legislative frameworks needed to introduce climate change considerations into government and sector planning and budgeting processes; and (iii) provide access to resource (technical, human, financial) to address the climate change risk priorities of the Government, as well as those vulnerable communities through a combination of soft and hard measures.

 

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Project Progress Report

13 June 2016


 

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Pilot Program of Climate Resilience Results Monitoring, Reporting and Stakeholder Engagement Workshop

24 May 2016


Background

The PPCR revised results framework which was approved in November 2012 comprises five cores indicators. Those indicators need to be measured and tracked across all pilot countries and reported annually. Based on the revised PPCR results framework, the CIF Administrative Unit in collaboration with the MDBs and PPCR pilot countries developed and tested the PPCR Monitoring and Reporting Toolkit in 2013 through a participatory and interactive process.

The workshop is part of the Country Capacity Building and Knowledge Exchange Program initiated by the CIF Administrative Unit in coordination with the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs). In this case, it is coordinated with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in order to strengthen PPCR pilot countries capacities for monitoring and reporting results achieved with the implementation of their PPCR investment plans (SPCR).

Objective of the Workshop

The overall aim of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for participant’s to learn, discuss, and share their experiences on how to design and implement the PPCR monitoring and reporting system at the country as well as the project level. Specifically, the workshops will:

–         Provide a step-by-step guide for PPCR country focal points, PPCR project teams,  and other in-country stakeholders on how to apply the PPCR toolkit  at the project level as well as at the level of the investment plan;

–         Provide assistance to the  Tonga PPCR Team with the completion of their 2016 PPCR Results report;

–         Promote a south –south knowledge exchange with other Pacific PPCR countries (Samoa and PNG).

–         Other relevant M&R requests from Tonga

A Stakeholder engagement day will complement these two training days and will explore mechanisms and approaches for enhancing the participation of non-state actors in the CIF more specifically in the PPCR M&R. The session will focus on soliciting views, thoughts and perspectives on how to enhance the engagement of stakeholders in the CIF at the country level (program and projects level and M&R).

A field visit will conclude this mission. The objective of this field visit is to develop communication products (video/photos/Blog) that can be shared with the entire PPCR community.

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