Nepad short-term action plan (stap)




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6.3 Evaluation of NEPAD STAP-TWR



6.3.1 While monitoring would be a more frequent activity, the evaluation would be done after substantial implementation of the STAP-TWR. It is proposed that an evaluation be carried out two years into the overall implementation period. The evaluation would examine progress achieved under each activity and the impact of those outcomes on the ultimate objectives – is the cooperative management taking root, are funds flowing for water resources development and management in the respective basins, is political will and support stronger.


6.3.2 In order to provide an opportunity for sharing experiences from other river basins evaluation teams should combine people from other river basins other than the one being evaluated.

6.4 Framework Matrix



The framework matrix for project monitoring and evaluation is provided in Table 6.3 below.

Table 6.3 Framework for NEPAD STAP for Transboundary Water Resources





NARRATIVE SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS

MEANS OF VERIFICATION

RISKS AND ASSUMPTIONS

1. GOAL










Contribute to socio-economic development and poverty reduction


  • Water security improved

  • Investments increased

Regional economic reviews

  • Countries willing to cooperate in the management of shared water resources

  • Stability in the basin countries

2. OBJECTIVE










i) Promote cooperation in the management of shared water resources

  • Number of protocols and agreements on shared water resources initiated or concluded

  • Number of Shared vision programmes initiated or completed




  • REC reports

  • Assessment reports

  • Countries willing to cooperate in the management of shared water resources

  • Stability in the basin countries

ii) Strengthen existing RBOs

  • Cooperative projects of RBOs increased

  • Investment projects initiated

  • RBO reports




  • Member countries willing to have institutional audits done

  • Reforms and capacity building successfully completed

  • Capable staff placed




iii) Support to creation of new RBOs

  • Number of agreements to establish RBOs

  • RBOs established

  • REC Reports

  • Assessment Reports



  • Countries willing to cooperate in the management of shared water resources

  • Stability in the basin countries

3. COMPONENTS/OUTPUTS










i) Facilitate political will and action

  • Shared vision initiated in Okavango and Zambezi basins

  • RBOs in Okavango and Zambezi established or initiated

  • Negotiation for cooperative framework progressed in Nile Basin

  • Water transfer study from Congo to Lake Chad Basin initiated

  • Cooperation in the Congo basin initiated

  • Shared vision in Niger Basin completed

  • Stalled GEF project in Okavango reactivated

  • Framework agreement for shared water resources developed for west Africa

  • Quarterly Reports

  • Programme /Project Completion Reports

  • Evaluation reports




  • Delays in implementation of initiatives

  • Lack of finance to cover the facilitation costs

  • Continued interest of basin countries to cooperate




ii) Facilitate resource mobilization

  • Funding acquired for hydro-met network of Angola, priority investment projects in SADC, shared vision, SAP and cooperative framework negotiations in the Nile, priority projects in Chad, Niger and Senegal River basins and data dissemination of OMVS.




iii) Foster partnerships

  • Donor coordination arrangements in place at each RBO

  • Key continental initiatives disseminated

  • Networking between RBOs promoted

  • Participation of private sector increased in each RBO

  • Increased linkage with research and education institutions and RBOs

iv) Develop strategic frameworks

  • Short Term Action Plan for transboundary water resources operational

  • MLTSF study completed

  • Monitoring and evaluation of STAP conducted

v) Facilitate capacity building

  • Good practice experience in transboundary water resources management compiled and disseminated

  • Methodology for community participation in river basin management developed and implemented

  • Capacity of RECs and RBOs strengthened in the management of shared river basins

  • RECs and RBOs establish formal working relationships

4. ACTIVITIES

5. INPUTS







i) Secure finance for the facilitation activities

US$ 6.64 million

  • Quarterly Reports

  • Interim Reports

  • Annual Reports

  • No delay in the procurement of goods and services (consultants)

ii) Engage consultants

iii) Prepare background papers to initiate consultations

iv) Organize consultation fora



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