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SECRETARIAT EXECUTIF DU CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER Fraternité-Travail-Progrès.

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Présentation au sujet: "SECRETARIAT EXECUTIF DU CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER Fraternité-Travail-Progrès."— Transcription de la présentation:

1 SECRETARIAT EXECUTIF DU CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER Fraternité-Travail-Progrès

2 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Introduction to Niger Population: 15,203,822 inhabitants Demographic growth rate: 3.3% GDP per capita: approx. 340 USD in 2009 Economy: mainly agriculture and livestock (30-40% of GDP & 85% of the active population)

3 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Context of the PANA-Résilience Project 2006: Niger drafted its NAPA 2008: funding request for the PANA-Résilience project 3,5 million USD funded by GEF-LDCF through UNDP Started in 2009 and will end in 2013 Received additional funding (2.64 millions USD) from Canada to extend until 2015

4 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Objectives/Expected Outcomes Its objective is to « implement urgent and priority interventions that will promote enhanced adaptive capacity of the agricultural sector to address the additional risks posed by climate change. The expected outcomes are: Resilience of food production systems and/or food insecure communities enhanced in the face of climate change. Institutional capacity of the agricultural and water sector enhanced, including information and extension services to respond to climate change, including variability. Lessons learned and knowledge management component established.

5 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Vulnerable Sectors and Communities Vulnerable Sectors Agriculture Livestock Water resources Forestry Vulnerable groups and communities Farmers Livestock breeders Women Youth

6 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès PHOTO

7 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Microprojects 59 IGA micro projects funded: 45 projects to support vegetables and fruits gardening and small cattle. 8 projects to support the creation of sewing centres with 100 machines using photovoltaic cells with 200 women and girls trained. 6 agricultural products transformation units. The 5159 beneficiaries (3057 women, 1225 men, 877 young people) come from around 50 villages and have been targeted as the most vulnerable. 27 agricultural banks 8 seed banks 11 agricultural and fodder input banks 8 farming input banks

8 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès

9 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès

10 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès A few products

11 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Improved seeds Training of 500 producers on types of seeds (millet, sorghum, cowpeas) that are more resistant to droughts. More than 8000 farmers use these types in 8 municipalities through a snowball effect. Yield: kg vs kg for traditional seeds

12 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès 555 ha of degraded areas in pastoral areas restored by the construction of SCW/SDR, tree plantation and seeding of fodder species 1350 fire-breaks opened Big phytomass registered in 2010 and 2011; 250 community fire fighters trained; 251,748 direct beneficiaries of SCW/SDR (90% of women) Average income of women per site: FCFA Land Recuperation for Pastoral Use

13 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Meteorological & Agrometeorological Information Use 250 instant read raingauges (SPIEA) installed in the municipalities to strengthen the data collection and meteorological information mechanism. Training of community radios on climate change.

14 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Innovative Approach A comprehensive approach to building resilience and responding to current & urgent needs as well as plan for CC impacts Vulnerability assessment and participatory approach in the design and implementation Addressing priority needs as identified by the communities Long-term capacity building with various trainings and setting up of local management committees Spill over effect : the activities and effects of the project have been conducted and felt outside of the areas of intervention Setting up of climate information system (community radios) Climate mainstreaming into local development planning

15 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Lessons Learnt Effective engagement of local municipalities and communities in the implementation, « learning by doing» approach, dialogue and adaptive management make it possible to implement develop activities despite the insecurity and eco-systemic fragility context. Cash for work l abour intensive work activities and cereal and animal feed banks contribute to building the capacities of vulnerable groups with regards to access to food security Degraded land recuperation and restoration of degraded ecosystem help reduce rural exodus. Community based adaptation approaches require time to build long term capacities and ensure the sustainability of actions.

16 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès Prospects Phase 2: Focus on gaps (strengthening gender, lessons learnt and knowledge management, access to water, agricultural product transformation and sales capacities) Scaling-up in the priority region of Maradi (project document submitted to GEF) based on the best practices and lessons learnt and building on the spill over effect. Links with existing projects to strengthen the community based adaptation approach (Care ALP) Plans to scale up in 56 (1/5) of the cities in Niger

17 CONSEIL NATIONAL DE LENVIRONNEMENT POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE REPUBLIQUE DU NIGER CONSEIL SUPREME POUR LA RESTAURATION DE LA DEMOCRATIE ************** CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Fraternité-Travail-Progrès THANK YOU


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