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Module 6. Using Indicators to Measure Progress and Performance. Objectives. Understand how indicators can be applied to measure progress with IWRM and facilitate cooperation between river basins. Appreciate the use of indicators to establish goals and measure performance. Key Messages.

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module 6

Module 6

Using Indicators to Measure Progress and Performance

objectives
Objectives
  • Understand how indicators can be applied to measure progress with IWRM and facilitate cooperation between river basins.
  • Appreciate the use of indicators to establish goals and measure performance.
key messages
Key Messages
  • This module will:
  • Define indicators and how they are used;
  • Present the criteria for the development of indicators;
  • Relate the minimum set of indicators to water resources management functions; and
  • Propose a minimum set of indicators for measuring progress towards sustainable management of water resources.
needs assessment
Lack of understanding of objectives of WUP outputs and beneficial framework among key stakeholders

Lack of involvement of primary users

Lack of involvement of academes, scientists and researchers

Need more two-way communication channels

Need more active involvement of stakeholders

Need more attractive media and wider dissemination mechanism

Needs Assessment
guide to communication
Guide to Communication
  • Identify key partners
  • Clarify desired relationship
  • Agree on key messages
  • Define objectives
  • Select Strategies
  • Choose a mix of tactics
  • Incorporate evaluation
partners in communication
Partners in Communication
  • Co-operating
    • Internal = project team
    • External = WUP Fin, WUP JICA, WUP French, Suppliers
  • Co-implementing
    • Internal = MRC & NMC and key line agencies’ Program Staff
    • External = Other WR development and investment initiatives like MWRAP, NNRBDSP, GMS
partners in communication1
Partners in Communication
  • Decision Making
    • Internal = JC, Council, NMC Directors
    • External = Senior Managers of national and provincial planning institutions
  • Co-thinking = Academes, Researchers, WR specialized institutions, other RBOs
  • Co-knowing = Interest groups, mass org., NGOs, the public
desired relationships drs
Desired Relationships (DRs)
  • What sort of relationship is desired with a particular category of partners that would lead to trust and participation
  • Focus on quality of the relationships rather than the mere transfer of information
  • DRs are the basis for developing communication objectives and strategies
key messages1
Key Messages
  • What are the Mekong Agreement, PDIES, PWUM, PNPCA, PMFM and PWQ?
  • How do they apply, who are affected, and what are the benefits of MA and the Procedures?
  • How can different stakeholders involve in the implementation of MA and the applications of the Procedures and DSF
objectives for co operating partners
Desired Outcomes

Thorough understanding of benefits and applications of WUP outputs

Specialized in his/her own areas

Close cooperation

Communication Objectives

Exchange of information on the performance of the activities within the project

Provide continued Professional Development

Promoting Team work and visual team

Objectivesfor Co-operating Partners
objectives for co implementing partners
Desired Outcomes

Good understanding of benefits and applications of WUP outputs

Application of the Procedures and tools in Program Planning

Timely information exchange and sharing

Objectives

Exchange of information on the application of WUP outputs in their works,

Stimulate a positive, co-working attitude

Establish “services and support” relationship

Objectives for Co-implementing Partners
objectives for co thinking partners
Desired Outcomes

Increased awareness and understanding of the benefits and application of the Procedures and tools (including MA and MRC)

Increased cooperation

Objectives

To inform, interest and stimulate a positive , co-working attitude

To give continuous back-up support

To promote strategic alliances and Integrated Partnerships

Objectives for Co-thinking Partners
objectives for co knowing partners
Desired Outcomes

Have a good understanding of benefits of MA WUP outputs and the role of MRC in the basin

Increased public participation in MRC works

Objectives

Informing and giving them the possibility to respond

To encourage participation of the public in MRC work

Objectives for Co-knowing Partners
objectives for decision makers
Desired Outcomes

Internal: demonstrate commitment in the implementation of MA and the Procedures

External: Have a good understanding of MRC role, MA, WUP Outputs and their benefits

Objectives

To inform

To stimulate a positive attitude

To seek advices and endorsement

Objectives for Decision Makers
recommended strategies
Recommended Strategies
  • Competency-based modular training
  • Integrated partnerships
  • Strategic alliances and network
  • Message design and delivery
  • Wide-range of publications
  • Attractive web page development
  • Localizing WUP dissemination packages
strategies cont
Strategies (Cont.)
  • Consultation and feedback
  • Keeping Procedures and DSF on Mekong Agenda
  • Using variety of interaction and communication tools
  • Promoting two-way communication and stakeholder involvement
  • Outreach to other international RBOs
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