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Synergetic activities : SDC Global Programme Water Initiatives Forest Trends Water and Land Resource Centre Project Zoi Environment. SDC Global Programme Water Initiatives 7 th Peer Review & Joint Learning Event September , 2014. Second exchange PWS Workshop focused on WLRC watersheds.

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Synergeticactivities:SDC Global Programme Water InitiativesForest TrendsWaterand Land ResourceCentreProjectZoi Environment

SDC Global Programme Water Initiatives

7th Peer Review & Joint Learning Event

September, 2014

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Second exchange

PWS Workshop focused on WLRC watersheds

March 24-28, 2014

Nanyuki, Kenya

  • 25 participants: Kenya, Ethiopia, international participants from Forest Trends (South Africa, Bolivia, North America)
  • 6 PWS case studies presented (Kenya, Tanzania, Bolivia, South Africa, etc.)
  • Field visit and working sessions
proposed iws for abbay basin eth
Proposed IWS for Abbay Basin (ETH)

GERD+ Mandaya + BekoAbo + Karadobi

  • Goal
    • Reduce siltation of dams, increase base flow and enhance power generation
    • Improve land productivity and livelihoods of upstream communities

GERD

Base

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IWS as a mechanism for win-win solution

  • DOs:
  • Increased productivity
  • Improved livelihoods

Beneficiaries pay through EP Agency

  • DOs:
  • Less sediment
  • More base flow
  • Better power

SOURCE: Modified from - Charting New Waters: State of Watershed Payments 2012.

bau scenario and key players
BAU Scenario (and key players)

Land users / farmers

Soil erosion / sediments

Investment:

Nil

No SLM / Productivity

Water supply

M. of Agriculture

Efforts not comparable

ETH Power Authority

Power

desired scenario and key players
Desired Scenario (and key players)

Land users / farmers

Investment:

~50M USD

SLM / Productivity

Soil erosion / sediments

Water supply

MoA and others

ETH Power Authority

Better Efforts - IWS

Power

the deal ethiopia
The Deal: Ethiopia
  • ETH Power Authority as a buyer of environmental services – through:
    • Add IWS charges on the tariff
    • Collect and channel to upstream communities
  • Upstream communities/land users
    • Manage the ecosystem as per agreed plan and generate desired outcome
    • Develop their capacity
  • MoA
    • Support implementation process
  • WLRC
    • Facilitate and monitor the whole process & KG
map on water abstraction kenya
Map on water abstraction (Kenya)

DRAFT

  • To be cross-checked with CETRADand other local stakeholders
action plan in both countries eth ken
Action plan in both countries (ETH/KEN)
  • Initiate process  takes time
  • Develop concept
    • Done for ETH -> shared with FT/SDC
    • KEN -> need further thinking
  • Look for additional support
    • from Forest Trends/SDC