CC&E Network Work Plan 2013/2014/2015Updated Version: September 2013ACTION LINEExpected Output(s) Desired Outcome(s) Timing incl. Milestones RisksActivityAL 1 `POLICIY DIALOUGUE & STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT`a) Provide support to the implementation and monitoring of the MekongRiver Basin StrategyDefined indicators for CC&E aspectsIncreased consideration of CC&E issues for policy andactiontbcInterest & support from the field (COOFs); criticalexperience & know-how; time investmentb1) Provide support to the implementation and monitoring of the Bolivianand Central American StrategyDefined indicators for CC&E aspects (bestpractices)Increased consideration of CC&E issues for policy andactionMarch 2013Interest & support from the field (COOFs); criticalexperience & know-how; time investmentb2) Provide support to the implementation and monitoring a new CP Defined indicators for CC&E aspects Increased consideration of CC&E issues for policy andactionSeptember 2013 (9-13)Interest & support from the field (COOFs); criticalexperience & know-how; time investmentC1) Provide support in developing a new country strategy New strategy with CC&E relevant content Increased consideration of CC&E issues 2013 Interest & support from the field (COOFs)C2) Provide support in developing a new country strategy New strategy with CC&E relevant content Increased consideration of CC&E issues 2013 Interest & support from the field (COOFs)d) Contribute to specific international policy dialogue linked to CC&E tbc (relevant text in official documents) Increased consideration of specific CC&E issues 2013-2014 Commitment of responsible & availability of externalsupporte) Participation in important political events / processes Side events and inputs (presentation, speech) Increased consideration of specific CC&E issues takeninto consideration in discussions and negotiationsNovember 2013 (COP 19 Warsaw) Interest and support from concerned unitsf) Support the Task Force of the OSCE Presidency of CH Inputs for and participation in key events ofthe ‘Prague Cycle’DRR and CC issues are considered and Switzerland’sreputation in managing hazards is increased amongthe OSCE membersVisibility of CH / SDC in GF DRR is increased andexpertise is acknowledgedFeb 2014May 2014Sep 2014Meeting in USA (Washington) Nov 2013;final report 2014Work load to be monitoredg) Participation in the GF DRR Technical Advisory Group on Evaluating theImpact of DRR management interventionsContribution to the evaluation process;evaluation reportWork load to be monitoredAL 2 `CAPACITY BUILDING & TRAINING & LEARNING & AWARENESS RAISING`a1) Provide specific training on CEDRIG at HO and in the field (Train-of- Trained staff Better reflection of CC&E relevance in SDC activities Bolivia March 2013 Lack of interest and demand; quality of trainingTrainers)a2) Backstopping for planning Workshop Trained staff Better reflection of CC&E relevance in SDC activities Burkina Faso September 2013 Lack of interest and demand; quality of traininga3) Provide specific training on CEDRIG at HO and in the field (Train-of- Trained staff Better reflection of CC&E relevance in SDC activities Burkina Faso November 2013 Lack of interest and demand; quality of trainingTrainers)b) Identify, screen and recommend relevant specific CC&E relatedUpdated list of training opportunitiesContribution to the development of the green career Ongoing (first list by October 2013)trainings, workshops etc.at SDCc) Identify, screen and asses relevant specific indicators to monitor SDC List of indicators Ongoing (first list by October 2013) -projectsd) Develop specific topical Factsheets / Knowledge Notes to be used by 4-6 Factsheets (2 in 2013 and 4 in 2014) Contribution to a better informed decision making First Factsheet by 3 rd quarter 2013 Adequate tailored information providing real addedother SDC units in particular COOFsrelated to CC&E issuesvalue to the targeted entitiese) Engage in a learning process with the Asian Development Bank on how Set of lessons learned to be shared with Improved understanding on factors promoting or 2013 Late involvementto introduce CC aspects into portfolios & programsconcerned / interested SDC units and other hindering the mainstreaming of CC aspects inpartnersportfolios & programsf) Workshop “Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Change” Trained Staff Support to the Elaboration of Adaptation Strategies July 2013g) Participate in Network Management training Trained Staff Improved Network Management June 2013h) Biodiversity SDC Overview Thematic paper Awareness and exchange February 2014i) GP ISDR – contribution to the preparation of the HFA2 (HyogoFramework of Action) 2015Input for preparatory meeting in CH July 2014;input for Japan Conference 2015Switzerland’s co-lead role with Japan for the GP ISDRand HFA is recognized and strengthenedj) OECD Expert Group on Risk and Resilience Risk assessment performed Livelihood and impact of potential shocks and crises inHaiti are assessed. Key stakeholders are provided thebasis for the prioritization of investments in buildingresilience.Prep Conf. CH July 2014;Early 2014Work load and task sharing with DRR HH team to bemonitored and agreedLimited interest and time capacity of concerned staffand partners.
AL 3 `COOPERATION WITH OTHER NETWORKS AND SDC ENTITIES`a1) Actively participate jointly with the DRR Network in the ISDRShared booth; joint excursions to Swiss Alps inConference 2013VS;a2) Preparation of Post 2015 HFA Framework with DRR/HA Active participation in preparation and holdingof Prep Conference of GP ISDRb) Actively participate in the informal exchange platform with DRR, AFS,RésEAU, E+I, and NGO DRR platformc) Actively participate in events / initiatives organized by other networks /SDC entitiesImproved information exchange, coordinationand cooperationAL 4 `COMMUNICATION`a1) Actively contribute to the elaboration of the ‘Wirkungsbericht Klima’ Approach Paper; Tender; Selection ofconsultancy company; Contract; Inception WS;Inception Report; Final Reporta2) Contribute to the dissemination of the results of the ‘Wirkungsbericht Presentation an SDC’s Annual Conference 2014Klimaon Climateb) Provide regular information on CC&E Network via presence in SDC unitsand eventsc) Develop and implement exhibitions / events / documents for externalaudiences raising awareness on CC impact and relevance in partnercountriesProvide visibility of SDC in the ISDR community May 2013 Time constraint for proper planning & preparationIntegration of CC&E aspects in next framework for DRR Prep Conference in CH July 2014 Limited time capacity of SDC concerned staffIncreased consideration of network concerns withinSDC2.5.201322.08.201314.11.2013Specific CC&E relevant inputs into the events Improved cooperation and knowledge exchange monthlyMarch 2013Updated standard PowerPoint presentation onservices and activities (CEDRIG)Didactical documents for ‘The Great HimalayaTrail - My Climate Initiative ’ targeting schoolsProvide insight into the implementation of CC projectsof SDC & secoAwareness raising about achievements andimportance of CC related activities of SDC / secoIncreased presence and consideration of CC&Econcerns in SDCProvide first hand insight into the concrete issues andconcerns of CC for Nepali mountain inhabitants toyouth in Switzerland; provide a platform to SDC toraise awareness about its activitiesRegular monitoring on SDC’s efforts and achievementsin reducing its CO 2 footprintBuilding up on the 0.5%-achievements by engagingmore financial resources in the areas water andclimate change in line with the message 2013-201627.5.201312.06.2013tbcSee separate documentAugust 2014Leuchtturm Event 29 April 2013PPP to be developed & presentationsheldAugust-December 2013 / Jan – June 2014Interest & availability (missions)Interest and availability of network members toparticipateIdentify right slot in different units to secure sufficientattentionTimely contact and planning with schools inSwitzerlandd) Update RUMBA statistics and report on progress Regular reports after 6 months on SDC’s status/ performance regarding CO 2 footprinttbcWrong or incomplete / late data made availablee) Reporting and monitoring additional credit 0.5% Monthly ReportingInterim report August 2013-Interim reportsFinal report autumn 2014Final report jointly with SECOAL 5 `NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT`a1) Organize and hold multi-regional Face-to-Face meeting Multi-regional multi-network event Strengthened cooperation at multi-regional level January 2014 ‘Nepal Interest and support from the concerned geographicalentitiesa2) Organize and hold multi-regional Face-to-Face meeting Multi-regional multi-network event Strengthened cooperation at multi-regional level 2014‘Africa’ (Arusha / Kilimandjaro)Interest and support from the concerned geographicalentities; use pastoralism as entry pointb) Organize and hold a global Face-to-Face meeting Global event Strengthened cooperation at global level May 2014 ‘Switzerland’ Interest and support from COOFs to delegateparticipantsc) Organize and hold online dialogues to nourish CC&E Network relatedactivities (e.g. preparation of/for events or elaboration products / factsheets)2-3 online dialogues with summary document Improved delivery of content inputs by the CC&ENetworkUpon need; 1-2 per yearInterest for a dialogue and time availability of CC&ENetwork members; early planning for backstoppersd) Develop an adequate membership strategy and screen currentmembership to identify gaps and needs for additional relevant memberse) Produce regular CC&E Newsletters complemented by specific ones e.g.for COP meetingsf) Secure the smart use of modern communication tools for the benefit ofthe CC&E Network (Internet, Intranet, Intraweb, Shareweb, Facebook,Twitter, …)g) Make best use of existing backstopping support (CP) for the benefit ofthe CC&E Networkh) Develop new CP for backstopping support to the CC&E Network 2014-2017 with strategic partnersCC&E membership strategy and list of desiredmembers(criteria, expectations, services)Interactive World Map (pilot project)Strategic composition of the CC&E constituencyhelping to better fulfill the network’s missionVisualization of the membership4-5 Newsletters per year Improved information sharing and raised awarenesson CC&E issues for decision makersAttractive presence of CC&E issues viadifferent modern ICT toolsi) Secure long-term internal assistance to the FP CC&E Network Contract(100 % employment)Specific inputs / contributions by selectedbackstoppersCP with respective backstopping contracts; ev.no cost extension for current CP & contractsIncreased visibility and awareness for CC&E issuesOctober 2013 new composition ofmembershipApril 2013July 2013October 2013November 2013December 2013Ongoing; new draft concept by 3 rdquarter 2013 (linked to GPCCcommunication efforts)ongoingInterest of desired members to join the CC&E Network-Identification of most appropriate tools / prioritysetting (added value)Improved functioning and quality service delivery ofthe CC&E NetworkReallocate remaining funds according to new planningand needs (e.g. multi regional F-2-F meeting in Asia)Improved functioning and quality service delivery of Submission of CP to OpCom Oct. 2013; Keep sufficient flexibility to cooperate with newthe CC&E Networknew contracts by end 2013interesting partners along the duration of the CPContinued support to the CC&E Network / FP June 2014 Avoid gap and lobby for acceptance by Directorate GC
Abbreviations (selection):KM Knowledge Management, CB Capacity Building, CP Credit Proposal, FP Focal Point, CG Core GroupLegends:DoneOn TrackPreviewedOutputs 2013 Contributions to SDC Goal 2013Output 1: new GPCC strategy 2013-2017 elaboratedand translated at GPCC national, regional and globallevel.Output 2: Risk assessment and management is part ofadaptation planning and implementation.A : Mise en œuvre du nouveau message(2013-2016)Output 3: New partnerships are explored with UNorganizations (UNEP, UNITAR, UNIDO, UNDP), MDBs.Output 4: GPCC actively contributes to the steering ofthe Green Climate Fund (board) and the Clean Aircoalition.Output 5: GPCC actively contribute to a smooth andefficient functioning PLAFICO, IDA-Climat and IDA-Forest.Output 6: GPCC actively contributes to developing theconcept of a green thematic career.B : Prise d’influence sur l’Agenda international pour lesobjectifs globaux du développement durableC : Renforcement de la cohérence politique pour ledéveloppementD : Ressources humainesOutput 7: CCE Network organizes trainings, elaborates 2products and/or working aids related tomitigation/adaptation and supports application ofCEDRIG.Output 8: GPCC actively contribute to the ClimateWirkungsbericht 2014 and updates flyers, factsheetsand web platform.E : Augmentation de l’efficacité des réseauxthématiquesF : Affirmation d’une communication active etspécialisée