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SECOND AIACC REGIONAL WORKSHOP FOR AFRICA AND INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS. Hotel Ngor Diarama, Dakar, Senegal 24 – 27th March 2004. STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE IN ZAMBIA. Emmanuel Matsika AIACC Zambia Post.Net Box 061, Manda Hill Centre Private Bag E 89 1 Lusaka, Zambia. Tel: +260-96-746900

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    1. SECOND AIACC REGIONAL WORKSHOP FOR AFRICA AND INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS Hotel Ngor Diarama, Dakar, Senegal 24 – 27th March 2004 STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE IN ZAMBIA Emmanuel Matsika AIACC Zambia Post.Net Box 061, Manda Hill Centre Private Bag E891 Lusaka, Zambia. Tel: +260-96-746900 Email: ematsika@yahoo.com

    2. INTRODUCTION (1) • Has been a continuous process • Initially one-on-one • Ultimate: Multi-disciplinary Workshop held on 15th July 2004 in Lusaka • Two-way dialogue promoted

    3. Government Stakeholders’ Workshop Umbrella Bodies Community INTRODUCTION (2) The Process

    4. WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES (1) • Present the current activities being implemented by the Miombo Network, with an introduction to the AIACC Programme, • Present and discuss the results of the two case studies (Drought and Floods) • Discuss impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to the effects of droughts and floods

    5. WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES (2) • Discuss policy issues related to mitigation and adaptation strategies • Promote multi-sectoral stakeholder interactions, especially exchange of information, in a more frequent and regular manner. • Exchange knowledge and experiences between the stakeholders in the area of global environmental issues

    6. WORKSHOP ATTENDEES (1) • Government Organs (ministries, departments, agencies) • Multi-lateral Organizations • Non-governmental Organizations • Academic and Research Institutions • Companies (Public and Private) • Financial Institutions and Insurance Companies • The Media

    7. WORKSHOP ATTENDEES (2) • Invited – 35 • Confirmed – 29 • Attended – 25

    8. WORKSHOP ATTENDEES (3)

    9. OFFICIAL OPENING (1) • By Hon. N. Nzowa, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Tourism, Environment and Natural Resources • Speech read on his behalf by Dr. Kenneth Nkowani, the Director Environment and Natural Resources. • In speech, the minister applauded the work being done by AIACC Zambia, and pledged to support AIACC’s work, which is hoped to ultimately contribute to the sustainable development of the nation

    10. OFFICIAL OPENING (2)

    11. PAPERS PRESENTED (1.1) • METEOROLOGY/CLIMATOLOGY • The Role of Meteorology in Addressing Effects of Climate Change and Climate Variability By Dr. Richard K. Mugara, Zambia Meteorological Department, Lusaka

    12. PAPERS PRESENTED (1.2)

    13. PAPERS PRESENTED (2) • HYDROLOGY/WATER • Effects of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Ground Water By Alex Nonde, University of Zambia, Lusaka

    14. PAPERS PRESENTED (3) • AGRICULTURE • Effects of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Agriculture ByTamala Tonga Kambikambi, Agronomist, University of Zambia, Lusaka

    15. PAPERS PRESENTED (4) • HEALTH • Climate Change and Health By Dr B. U. Chirwa, Director General, Central Board of Health (CBoH), Zambia Dr. Goran Carlsson, Senior Advisor to the Director General, CBoH

    16. PAPERS PRESENTED (5) • ENERGY • Impacts Of Local, Regional & Global Climate Change With Particular Reference To Hydroelectric Generation In The Zambezi River Basin ByMr. D. J. Mbewe, Prof. F. D. Yamba and Mr. E. Matsika, Centre for Energy, Environment and Engineering Zambia Limited (CEEEZ)

    17. PAPERS PRESENTED (6) • BIODIVERSITY AND LIVELIHOODS • The Effects Of Climate Change And Variability On Biodiversity And Livelihoods By Robby Kasubika, Meteorology Department

    18. PAPERS PRESENTED (7) • GIS/REMOTE SENSING • A Change Detection Technique Used to Map Flood Inundated Areas Using Multi-Temporal Landsat 7 ETM+ and GIS Data, Barotse Floodplain Case By Allan David Mulando, World Food Programme, VAM UNIT

    19. PAPERS PRESENTED (8) • SOCIO-ECONOMIC • The 2001/2002 Drought: A Case Study of Ndola Rural and Choma Districts By Emmanuel Matsika, AIACC Zambia/ UNZA

    20. SPEAKERS’ EXPECTATIONS • Beginning of lasting collaboration • The papers presented to be published • AIACC – Zambia would need extra resources (editors and materials for reproduction into either soft or hard copies)

    21. ATTENDEES’ EXPECTATIONS • Beginning of lasting collaboration • Continued interaction through one-to-one and workshop approaches • Dissemination of findings under AIACC • Linkage to sustainable development

    22. WAY FORWARD • AIACC Zambia Team must work closely with Meteorology Department to see how best to come up with activities that will improve capacity building and information flow. • The current workshop must not be the end. There was need to source funds for another workshop. • Interaction between AIACC Zambia and all the stakeholders should continue.

    23. WHAT MADE WORKSHOP SUCCESSFUL? • Two-way dialogue • Acknowledgement that to successfully address CC, a multi-sectoral/multi-disciplinary approach • Effectiveness and commitment of AIACC Team

    24. COSTS • Time • Continuous - all available/possible means of communication) • Workshop: Venue, transport, food, stationery

    25. BENEFITS • Two-way information dissemination between AIACC and Stakeholders • Tapping multi-disciplinary pool of knowledge and experience (e.g. the papers presented, and resulting discussion, now in report) • Opportunity for peer review of AIACC activities (improving credibility) • Opportunity to influence government policy direction on CC (V&A)

    26. ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS • To provide peer review of AIACC activities (improving credibility) • Assist in publicising results of AIACC findings and recommendations • Government organs to influence policy direction from knowledge gained from interaction with AIACC

    27. STAKEHOLDERS WHO SHOULD BE INVOLVED • Government Organs (ministries, depts, agencies) • Multi-lateral Organizations • Non-governmental Organizations • Academic and Research Institutions • Companies (Public and Private) • Financial Institutions and Insurance Companies • The Media • Community