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European Commission - EuropeAid Co-operation Office Euro-Mediterranean Regional Programme For Local Water Management Mediterranean Drought Preparedness and Mitigation Planning (MEDROPLAN) RMSU Meeting of Performance Assessment Madrid, Spain, 31 May 2006.

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    1. European Commission - EuropeAid Co-operation OfficeEuro-Mediterranean Regional Programme For Local Water ManagementMediterranean Drought Preparedness and Mitigation Planning (MEDROPLAN)RMSU Meeting of Performance Assessment Madrid, Spain, 31 May 2006 MEDROPLAN Mediterranean Drought Preparedness and Mitigation Planning

    2. Meeting agenda and participants • 1 hour summary of the logframe training + questions • 3.5 hours brainstorming session on : • list problems and issues to be addressed by MEDROPLAN during the remaining project duration • design an ad-hoc problem tree • design an ad-hoc objective tree and analyse the strategy, with focus on impact and sustainability • outline the revised logframe • 2 hours joint work on defining adapted but generic benchmarking indicators • 1 hour on additional issues if needed • Participants : RMSU team and project coordination team • Alain Vidal • Ana Iglesias • Marta Moneo • Doruk Saracoglu

    3. Example: Risk of dryland farming in marginal areas • Goal: Decrease vulnerability of dryland farmers

    4. Problem tree Increased vulnerability Political subsidy Farmers need financial aid in case of drought Information on drought subjective & biased Drought affects farmers income Vulnerable farming Biased perception on the importance of drought Wrong explanation of farmers poverty Inefficient and complex organiz- ational framework Higher drought frequency in last 30 years Poor agricultural framework Marginal farming technical, land, capital resources Drought used as a political instrument Low efficiency of drought Observ. (IAVH2) Drought bias Policy makers do not address socio economic issues Drought observatory in wrong hands DMN absent from framework

    5. Problem Objective Additional objectives Assumption Intervention logic Decrease vulnerability Increased vulnerability Nat drought insur. system ob. information Political subsidy Goal Results Results Farmers better cope with drought Farmers need financial aid in case of drought Better knowledge of drought Information on drought subjective & biased Purpose Drought affects farmers income Activities Statistical analysis of drought frequency Vulnerable farming Build and info and EW system, bullpub, anal Diversified production to decrease risk Set up new org. framework for drought with DMN Biased perception on the importance of drought Wrong explanation of farmers poverty Inefficient and complex organiz- ational framework Activities Results Activities Higher drought frequency in last 30 years Extension, demo training (crops, zero till., micro-credit) Poor agricultural framework Marginal farming technical, land, capital resources Strengthen cooperatives, agric. chambers Activities Activities Drought used as a political instrument Results Low efficiency of drought Observ. (IAVH2) Insurance and info systems accepted as part of policy and by donors Activities Drought bias Reform acceptance by key players Policy makers do not address socio economic issues Drought observatory in wrong hands DMN absent from framework

    6. Option 1

    7. Option 2: Contingency plan in case my assumptions are not verified

    8. Objective verifiable indicators (OVI) and Benchamarking indicates (BMI) for Option 2 and evolution in time OVI target BMI dynamic

    9. Conclusions • Include the protocol for BMI for testing the Guidelines