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AgriGEOSS-EOPower SADC Workshop 8-9 May 2014 Coordination at Sub-Regional Level by Isaac KUSANE, Project Manager MESA SADC Thematic Action. Outline. Part One : Global Overview Political framework Implementation Objective and expected results Thematic actions and services Programme structure.

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AgriGEOSS-EOPower SADC Workshop 8-9 May 2014Coordination at Sub-Regional LevelbyIsaac KUSANE, Project ManagerMESA SADC Thematic Action

outline
Outline

Part One : Global Overview

  • Political framework
  • Implementation
  • Objective and expected results
  • Thematic actions and services
  • Programme structure
  • Part Two : SADC Overview
  • Implementation framework
  • Geographical Location
  • Expected Results
  • AMESD Achievements
  • MESA Primary focus
  • Regional Network
  • National Network
  • Conclusions
political framework
Political framework

African Union Commission

European Union

ACP Secretariat

5 African Regional Economic Communities

implementation
Implementation
  • 2013-2018 37 Millions Euro - EDF
  • 6 Regional Implementation centers & 1 Continental Implementation Centre:
  • Key Partners

and

  • Technical Assistance: Human Dynamics

PUMA

(1996-2005)

(2007-2013)

(2013-2018)

objective
Objective

To support African decision-makers and planners in designing and implementing national, regional and continental policies and development plans towards sustainable development thereby advancing the socio-economic progress and well-being of African populations towards achievement of the MDGs

Essence : Increase information capacity of African regional and national institutions

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Expected Results (1)

R[1.] Improved and sustainable access by African stakeholders to EO data and information at continental, regional and national levels

  • Infrastructure: installation, upgrading, repair
  • Enabling environment: relevant policies; and agreements and licences with data providers (e.g. European/African ones)

R[2.] Improved EO data and information services that contribute to better decision-making and planning at continental, regional and national levels

  • New and improved services for THEMA established (e.g. climate services, forest information, etc.)

R[3.]Promote cross-fertilisation (geographically & thematically) among regions on the African continent and with European partners, and pursue the continentalization of services

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Expected Results (2)

[R4.] Strengthen political and policy development frameworks for use of EO to ensure an active and sustainable participation of African stakeholders in initiatives concerning EO for environment and security

[R5.] Capacity development and training of African stakeholders at continental, regional and national levels

thematic actions services
Thematic Actions & Services

Services:

  • Early warning system of water levels in the major sub-basins of the region
  • Monitoring the hydrological cycle in the major sub-basins of the region:
    • Monitoring the water balance of the major sub-basins (flow levels & rates)
    • Estimation and monitoring of flooded forest in the central basin areas

CEMAC

RIC: CICOS

THEMA: Management of Water Resources (for fluvial Transportation and Environmental Assessment

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Thematic Actions & Services

Services:

IOC

RIC: MOI

Kenya

Seychelles

  • Marine Resources Management
    • Oceanographic charts for detection of Potential Fishing Zones (PFZ)
    • Monitoring of oceanographic variables (Biological & Physical)
  • Monitoring of Coastal Environment
    • Surge, winds, currents & waves monitoring

Tanzania

Comoros

Mozambique

Madagascar

Mauritius

THEMA: Coastal and Marine Resource Management

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Thematic Actions & Services

Services:

  • Land THEMA:
    • Rangelands for livestock
    • Bush fires
    • Drought
  • Marine THEMA
    • Marine Resources Management
      • Oceanographic charts for detection of Potential Fishing Zones (PFZ)
      • Monitoring of oceanographic variables (Biological & Physical)
    • Monitoring of Coastal Environment
      • Surge, winds, currents & waves monitoring
  • ECOWAS
  • RICs:
  • AGRHYMET
  • University of Ghana

THEMAs:

Water Management for Cropland & Rangeland Management

Coastal and Marine Resource Management

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Thematic Actions & Services

Services:

    • Land degradation
  • Natural habitat conservation
    • Forest monitoring (tracking depletion & degradation)

IGAD

RIC: ICPAC

THEMA: Land Degradation Mitigation & Natural Habitat Conservation & Forest Information System

thematic actions services4
Thematic Actions & Services

Services:

SADC

RIC: BDMS/

SADC-CSC

THEMA: Agricultural and Environmental Resource Management

thematic actions services5
Thematic Actions & Services

ACMAD

  • Services (using GIS & RS analysis tools):
    • Climate Change Assessment
    • Drought Monitoring and Forecasting

THEMA:

Support to Climate Services (Climate Change Monitoring)

programme structure
Programme Structure

RAO/Contracting Authority

(AUC)

EU Del to AU

Programme Steering Committee

ACP, AUC, 5 RECs (voting)

Observers: EU Del to AU, EC Directorates (DEVCO, JRC, GMES Bureau, etc), ESA, EUMETSAT, UN (WMO, FAO, UNEP, UNDP, etc)

Non-voting: PC, RIC/CIC Reps, TAT

EC Directorates

JRC

Programme Coordination Team

Programme Coordinator (AUC)

EUMETSAT

RECs

AUC

Technical Assistance Team (TAT)

Regional Steering Committees

RICs: AGRHYMET, BDMS/SADC-CSC, CICOS, ICPAC, MOI, University of Ghana

CIC: ACMAD

Regional Networks

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Outline
  • Implementation framework
  • Geographical Location
  • Expected Results
  • AMESD Achievements
  • MESA Primary focus
  • Regional Network
  • National Network
  • Conclusion
implementation framework
Implementation framework

Regional Economic Community

(Project Owner: 2014 - 2016)

Regional Implementation Centre

(Coordinator)

Regional Strategic Partners (Co-Beneficiary)

geographical location
Geographical Location

Thematic Action : Agriculture and Environment Resource Management

Purpose : to ensure informed Decision by increasing information management capacity at regional and national level via implementation of Five (5) result areas.

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Expected Results

  • Result 1 : Improved access to existing basic Earth Observation data
  • Result 2 : Geo-information services established
  • Result 3 : Cross Fertilization and Continentalization
  • Result 4 : Political and policy development frameworks are strengthened
  • Result 5 : Adequate technical Expertise Permanently ensured
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Result 1 and 2 Achievements

Result 1 Achievements

Result 2 Achievements

Result 1 : MESA Consolidation

  • Upgrade existing station
  • Install 29 new stations

Result 2 : MESA Consolidation

  • Improve existing Services : e.g incorporating user feedback
  • Introduce new service (Flood service.
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Result 4: Achievements

Distance Education Course

Regional Trainings: Training of Trainers

National Trainings

Trainings at National level

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MESA Primary Focus

  • Result 4 “Strengthen Policy Development Framework”
  • Work within existing Policy Structure
  • Strengthen of Regional Network
  • Built a National Network
  • “Strengthen Network”
  • Signing of MoU between RIC
  • Strengthen National and Regional Network by Implementing Steering Committee
  • Collaborate with other Projects : our participation in this workshop is clear indication

Strengthening

Implementation

network

MESA TEM 2 – SADC THEMA

Result 3 “ Cross fertilization with Other Regions”

  • ECOWAS ( Fire Service).
  • ACMAD (Drought Service)
  • ICPAC (Drought Service).
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Pre-AMESD/MESA Policy Structure

SADC Community

SADC MS

Other RECs

Summit

Head of State

AUC / EU

Council of Ministers

Minister

Sub-sectoral Committees

Permanent Secretary

MESA SADC THEMA

Regional Network

SADC Secretariat

REG-SC Chair

Directors

Projects

RIC

Technical

National Network

Links introduced through AMESD and MESA

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SADC THEMA Network

1 policy /per NFP

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National Network

  • Composition
    • National Steering Committee (NAT-SC)
      • Directors of Beneficiary institutes
    • National Working Group (NAT-WG)
      • Technical Experts at beneficiary institute
  • Responsibilities:
    • Collectively ensure ownership of the Action and Programme impact at national level

MESA TEM 2 – SADC THEMA

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NAT-SC AND NAT-WG

Chairperson of Nat-SC and representative in Reg-SC

National Steering Committee

NFP Director

Agriculture

Directors at policy level

(Meet once per year)

NFP Director

Agriculture

NFP Director

Agriculture

NFP Director

Agriculture

NFP Director

Agriculture

Staff at

technical level

(Meet regularly and participate in REG-WG)

NFP Flood

NFP University

NFP

Agriculture

NFP drought

NFP

Fire

National Working Group

Elected chair of Nat-WG

NFP =National Focal Point

SC = Steering Committee

WG = Working Committee

MESA TEM 2 – SADC THEMA

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Example [Reg] and [Nat] Network

SADC THEMA Consortium

NFP-F

Angola

NFP-F

Zambia

NFP-F

Botswana

NFP-F

Tanzania

Regional Network

NFP-F

DRC

NFP-F

RSA

NFP-F

Swaziland

SADC Sub-sectoral Committees

NFP-F

Madagascar

NFP-F

Malawi

NFP-F

Lesotho

NFP-F

Seychelles

NFP-F

Mozambique

NFP-F

Mauritius

NFP-F

Zimbabwe

Other SADC Project

NFP-A

Zimbabwe

NFP-D

Zimbabwe

NFP-F

Zimbabwe

NFP-W

Zimbabwe

NFP-U

Zimbabwe

National Network

Dep. Met

Min.. Water

Dep. Forestry

Civil Protection

District Councils

National Parks

...

MESA TEM 2 – SADC THEMA

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MESA SADC Thema

MESA TEM 2 – SADC THEMA

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Collaboration Opportunity

  • Access to Disaster Charter and subsequent Activation by each MESA SADC Participating MS.
  • Required would be required during implementation of MESA New Flood Service is foreseen .
    • Model Pre-flooding Condition
    • During flood
    • and Post Flooding.
  • MESA is interested to have Access to Disaster Character for each country for the purpose of activation of the charter in an event of Flooding.
  • Working with EUMETSAT in AMESD brought Disaster Charter to MESA for possible collaboration. MESA EUMETCAST stations are as dissemination of data and information to MS.
  • Flood Service Workshop 17-18 July 2014: Mechanism to active DC
  • Key Stakeholder
  • National Met. Services
  • Water Affairs Depart/Min
  • National Disaster Management
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SASSCAL Opportunity

  • Angola
  • Botswana
  • Namibia
  • South Africa
  • Zambia
  • Germany

Project Funded Germany aimed to evolve into an institution at country level, complementing operational service provide of data and information usable for climate change

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