Global Environment

Day 2

(30th October, 2015)

Time

Schedule

Plenary 2: Data collection and/or information needs for impacts and vulnerability assessment

Facilitator: Mr. Michinobu Aoyama, JICA

9:00-10:30

Dr. Kampanart Piyathamrongchai, Naresuan University, Thailand: "Climate change vulnerability assessment in Thailand" [PDF 2,481KB]

Ms. Tran Thanh Thuy, IMHEN, Vietnam: "Adaptation to Climate Changes: Data/Information Needs Collection in Viet Nam" [PDF 1,604KB]

Dr. Juan M. Pulhin,, Professor, Department of Social Forestry and Forest Governance, College of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of the Philippines Los Banos: "Making Impacts and Vulnerability Assessment More Robust: Methods, and Information Needs" [PDF 4,017KB]

Q&A Session and Discussion

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

Session 4: Panel Discussion on learning of case studies focusing on water management and agriculture

Facilitator: Mr. Sarder Shafiqul Alam, ICCCAD

11:00-12:30

Guiding questions for panel discussion:

1) How did the government initiate adaptation-related projects, especially focusing on water management and agriculture?

2) Is this project linked to national development plans and/or NAP process?
3) What kinds of stakeholders including donors are involved with this project?

4) Are there any good practices and lessons?

Panelists:

Mr. Noor Avianto, Indonesia

Dr. Akarapon Houbcharaun, Thailand

Mr. Suchart Sirijungsakul, Thailand

Mr. Acacio da Costa Guterres, Timor Leste

Requested to prepare for panelists:

Panelists will be asked to prepare for brief oral presentation based on each guiding question (per 2-3 minutes)

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Session 5: Breakout Group Discussion (2) on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) on adaptation in each country

MC: Mr. Shingo Takahashi, MRI

13:30-15:00

Guiding questions for group discussion:

1) Are there any experiences for M&E on adaptation-related projects?

2) Has your government considered M&E scheme for national level?

3) Are there any lessons from consideration process of M&E scheme?

4) What are the opportunities to incorporate adaptation M&E into national M&E systems that exists for development planning?

Remarks:

* Participants from countries and experts will be divided into two groups.

* Experts will be kindly requested to facilitate and report each discussion.

How to proceed:

After explanation of guiding questions from a facilitator, ice-breakers will share their experiences for 3-5 minutes. Then, each group will discuss for 60 minutes, followed by report back session for 15 minute.

Speakers (ice-breakers):

Ms. Helena T. Gaddi, the Philippines

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-16:00

Sharing views for 2-days' session

Closing Remarks from Japan

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