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Transcript
biodiversity
Climate change
Persistent organic
pollutants
International
waters
Land
degradation
The GEF
Small Grants Programme
NAMIBIA
Presented to UNDP Community-Based Adaptation Program
CBA Mid-Course Conference
By Ms Florence Aboas
[email protected] or [email protected]
GEF Small Grants Program
on
th
29 June 2009
NAMIBIA
Climate Change Risk in Namibia
•
Population 1.8 million (~2 people per
km2)
~70% of people depend on subsistence
The farming
focus of the CBA
Namibia is driest country in sub-Sahara
CPS Africa
Climate Change Risk in Namibia
Agriculture
Energy
Water
Fisheries
Coastal Zone
Heath
Biodiversity and
Ecosystem
Bush encroachment
CCPS Focus of Namibia
With emphasis on the impacts
of climate Change on this
Sectors
Agriculture Sector
Droughts
Floods
Local extinctions of vulnerable Species.
Ecosystem, Biodiversity and Tourism
Sectors
Shift in distribution of dominate
vegetation structure.
Project Portfolio For Namibia
CBA CCA stakeholders in Namibia
Floods in the
northern part
of Namibia.
Affects of the floods Hindrance to IOKE
To site visits
Site visit the
communities.
Late July 2009
Mahangu fields
(millets).
The MAO not singed
due to the death of the
Chairman of the
Committee.
Floods, effecting site
visits.
Climate change Adaptation Programme (CCA), via CPP ( Country
Pilot).
African Adaptation proposal AAP- Gov Japan.
OIKE –SBA/SPA and Gov-Japan.
All this under the governance of Namibian Climate Change Committee
are aiming for integrated shaker holder participation with regard to CBA
and CCA in Namibian.
Omalundu Iimuna Kommitiye Elungameno
(OIKE)
The objective of the Project is to increase
community-level capacity to be able to
adapt to climate change through
implementation of sustainable agriculture
practices at four (4) farming communities
in Onkani arid land and the surroundings.
Formed by local farmers
OIKE
Project Period: 24 Months
Start up date: April 2009
Total Project Cost: USD
To inspire farmers for
the well being of
livestock, forestry and
the entire environment
USD 136,6999.37
Amount Requested
In Kind:35,382.32
Contribution from
other partners: USD
USD 48,000 CBA Funded
USD 50,00 Japanese Go
CBA Projects under Development
Introduction to Soil Improvement Techniques
Project
 Background: Was presented on 18th June 2009 at the 25 National Steering
Committee meeting in Namibia.
 This project was approved by the steering committee as for SGP CORE
funding but is considered as a CBA project.
• Project Goal: to introducing soil improvement techniques such as composting
and green manure, conservation tillage, and drip irrigation from flood water
dams
• Location: Onyaanya Constituency, 35 km south of Ondangwa, in Oshikoto
region. Total population: 20,536 persons (Female 11,513, Male 9,023).
• Focal Area: Climate Change and Land Degradation
• OP: Climate Change: OP 6, OP 15
Community Participation, existing volunteer
organizations and voluntary mechanisms.
City Of Windhoek
Existing volunteer organization:
City of Windhoek
Sustainable Development Dept.
Urban Planning Division
Community Development Sector
The Role of the Community Development
Sector
The Sector is one of the principle municipal partners in
informal settlement upgrading and management.
The sectors tasked is to coordinate, upgrade and
development project.
The sector facilitates community mobilization, liaising and
networking and assists in community needs assessments
and social impact studies.
The sector has in place a public participation policy
establish that would lead to self mobilization of
communities.
Community Participation and
Voluntary Mechanisms
The Community Development sector of the
City of Windhoek focus on promoting a strong
inter active relationship between the
community and its stakeholders.
Community involvement is based on a system
of enablement. Communities take part is both
formal and informal meetings ( consultation)
and community surveys.
The sector promotes volunteerism by
employing internship students and attaching
them with CBA projects within the sector that
contributes to their Thesis and report writing.
Questions that I would like to ask.
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
With regard to the
recent floods which
took place 2008 and
2009 raining season the
northern parts of
Namibia, concerning
the Environmental &
Social and
infrastructure affects of
the floods.
What CBA measures
/strategies should be
implemented to:
Minimize the floods damage on crop
production (millets/Mahangu fields)
during floods?
How can pursue linkages and
collaboration with government and
other UN funded Programmes?