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WS Tajikistan: DRR Mainstreaming in Water & Sanitation projects – Naraya Carrasco & Roberto Méndez– February 5 to 7, 2013. CEDRIG Climate, Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction Integration Guidance Introduction . Outlook. Background What is CEDRIG - Objectives About the Guidance

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    1. WS Tajikistan: DRR Mainstreaming in Water & Sanitation projects – Naraya Carrasco & Roberto Méndez– February 5 to 7, 2013 CEDRIG Climate, Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction Integration Guidance Introduction

    2. Outlook Background What is CEDRIG - Objectives About the Guidance Methodology Supporting materials Links

    3. Background • Polycies and guidlines 2011 = + 2012 2009 2007 • Promote comprehension of CC and development • Approaches to integrate CCA • Practical ways to reduce vulnerabilities to CC • Response to the HFA • Protect achievements of development • Avoid accumulation of new risks and vulnerabilities

    4. Background: meanwhile • Message 2013 – 2016 (HA) Save lives, alleviate suffering Disasters prevention Reconstruction and rehabilitation Emergency aid Advocacy / Governance Gender equity Disaster prevention is essential for a sustainable and stable development

    5. What is CEDRIG - Objectives • Tool developed by the Networks CCE and DRR with the support of INFRAS • CEDRIG is an approach to support SDC staff and their project partners to answer the following questions: • Are there any significant risks for the actual or planed activity? • The actual of planed activity has a significant impact on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and/or the environment? • Objectives • Increase the resilience and reduce the negatives impact of the activity • Improve the resilience capacities of natural systems and communities • Integrate Climate, Environment and DRR in the development cooperation • Address disasters caused by climate, climate change, environmental degradation and/or tectonic activities

    6. Structure – Parts of CEDRIG Part I: Aim, Concept and Support Material of CEDRIG Part II: CEDRIG Handbook • Self-explanatory and hands-on guidance • Guidance through the process • Has 3 modules with • Aim • Instructions • Tables • Rationale and framework of CEDRIG • Procedural and institutional information • key definitions and explanations as well as supporting materials

    7. Three tematic overlaps – One focus • Disaster risks (vulnerabilities) can be reduced by CCA, adaptation to degraded environments and DRR Source: adaptation from Tearfund

    8. Two perspectives: Risks and Impacts Impact perspective (Impact of the activity) Advise to reduce potential impacts (on GHG and on the environment) Risk perspective (risk for the activity) Advise to manage the potential risks of disasters

    9. Risk perspective Disaster risks can be reduced by… Source: adapted from IPCC 2012

    10. CEDRIG principles OECD guidance and the HFA as references Principle 1 • Module 1: Risks and Impact Screening • Module 2: Detailed Assessment at Strategic and Programmatic Level • Module 3: Detailed Assessment at Project Level Principle 2: Modular approach and flexibility Principle 3: Integration in SDC standard procedures and PCM • What: Strategies, programs and projects • When: Preparation of a new strategy, program or project or in a new face or strategy, program or project • How: Integration in the risk analysis, project documents and logical frame

    11. CEDRIG and other tools Risk perspective Impact perspective

    12. Integration in the PCM

    13. Adaptation – development context Source: adaptation from McGray

    14. CEDRIG modules Module 1: Risk and impact screening Filter to assess whether activities are at significant risk and need a detail assessment Module 2: Detailed Assessment at Strategic and Programmatic Level Only risk perspective Risk assessment Lens Module 3: Detailed Assessment at Project Level Risk and Impact perspective Detail evaluation of risks and impacts

    15. Characteristics of the modules

    16. Application process

    17. Supporting material

    18. Links and help- SDC www.sdc-climateandenvironment.net www.sdc-drr.net

    19. Thank you for your attention! www.sdc-climateandenvironment.net www.sdc-drr.net