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  1. PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN

  2. INSTITUTIONAL MAPPING OF THE SAN JUAN RIVER BASIN An Information and Communication Tool for Multi-stakeholder Participation by Pablo González Unit for Sustainable Development and Environment (USDE) General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (GS/OAS)

  3. Project Overview • GEF-IW, Operational Program #8, Water Bodies • Continental area: 38.569 km2 • A wide range of ecosystems • Elevation: 0 – 3,000 masl • 8 ecosystems, including important coastal and marine areas • > 50 protected areas • TDA completed in PDF-Block B phase Nicaragua • High vulnerability to Natural Hazards • Population: approx 1 million • Below poverty level • Lack access to safe drinking water, adequate sanitation, and schools • The most significant freshwater reserve in Central America • Rainfalls: 1,500 – 6,000 mm/year • Flow: up to 1,308 m3/s • Lake Nicaragua: 104,109 hm3 • Ground Water Abundant & High Quality Costa Rica

  4. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  5. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  6. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  7. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  8. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  9. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  10. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  11. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  12. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  13. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  14. Institutional Organization for the Formulation of the SAP WORLD BANK AND UNDP MINAE DONORS, BANKS AND COOPERATION ORGANIZATIONS MARENA MINISTRIES OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNEP MUNICIPALITIES USDE GS/OAS STEERING COMMITTEE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE COSTA RICA CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE NICARAGUA TECHNICAL UNITS Costa Rica & Nicaragua

  15. DEMO Projects BASIC Studies The Formulation of the SAP Experts support Data, Information, Costs, Feasibility, etc. Public Participation WORKSHOPS Thematic Dialogues: Components & Cross-cutting issues Dialogue on Water and Climate, WWF-III Formulation of the SAP: Programs and Projects SAP

  16. DEMO Projects BASIC Studies The Formulation of the SAP Experts support Data, Information, Costs, Feasibility, etc. Public Participation WORKSHOPS Thematic Dialogues: Components & Cross-cutting issues Dialogue on Water and Climate, WWF-III NEGOTIATION w/ Banks, Cooperation Agencies, Donors, Investors Formulation of the SAP: Programs and Projects SAP

  17. DEMO Projects BASIC Studies The Formulation of the SAP TDA Experts support Data, Information, Costs, Feasibility, etc. Public Participation WORKSHOPS Thematic Dialogues: Components & Cross-cutting issues Dialogue on Water and Climate, WWF-III NEGOTIATION w/ Banks, Cooperation Agencies, Donors, Investors Formulation of the SAP: Programs and Projects SAP

  18. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  19. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  20. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  21. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  22. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  23. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  24. Towards the Execution of the SAP INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE SAP: • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration: • Among multiple stakeholders within national territories and across the international border; • Local governments associations for the environmental management of transboundary ecosystems and water resources; • Collaboration agreements for research and study of water quality, critical aquatic habitats, marine-coastal zone sedimentation dynamic; • Collaboration for Integrated Management of Coastal-marine Zones (IMCZ); • Others. • Top-down, Regional Integration: • Integration to Regional Strategies and Policies; and • Development of standard monitoring and evaluation systems and processes.

  25. Institutional Mapping of the San Juan River Basin The Tool

  26. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  27. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  28. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  29. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  30. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  31. The Institutional Mapping Origin and Purpose ORIGIN: dual approach for the sustainability of the PROCUENCA-SAN JUAN • Bottom-up, Multi-stakeholder alliances and collaboration • Top-down, Regional Integration PURPOSE: • For the Formulation of the SAP • Build up the IDENTITY of the Project within the Basin; • Encourage wide and open participation of multiple stakeholders; and • Promote ownership of the Project among all stakeholders; • For the Execution of the SAP • Build up the institutional arrangements for the execution of the SAP; and • Follow up and monitor Public Participation

  32. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database

  33. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database

  34. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database

  35. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  36. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  37. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  38. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  39. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  40. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  41. The Institutional Mapping WHAT it is & Functionality WHAT IS IT? • An Information and Communication Tool • A Database FUNCTIONALITY: • Database Maintainance • Main Tables: ORGANIZATIONS, PEOPLE, ACTIVITIES, and ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS; • Reference and Look-up Tables: Administrative Units, Hydrographic Systems, Gender, Type of Activity, Type of Admin-Legal Instrument, and others; and • Documentation Virtual Library (Admin-legal Instruments, Pro Docs, etc.) • Institutional Mapping & Public Participation Monitoring • Institutional Mapping BUILDER; • On-screen Queries; and • Predefined & Customized reports

  42. The Institutional Mapping DB Structure PEOPLE Many - 1 ORGANIZATIONS 1 - 1 INSTITUTIONAL MAPPING ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS ACTIVITIES

  43. ORGANIZATIONS Table

  44. ACTIVITIES Table

  45. ADMIN-LEGAL INSTRUMENTS Table

  46. INSTITUTIONAL MAPPING NORMALIZATION Table

  47. Some Outputs • Institutional Mapping • Reports by Activity, Organization, Type of Participation, and Admin-legal Instrument • Reports by Hydrographic System, Activity, and Organization • Reports by Area of Action, Activity, and Organization • Public Participation Monitoring • Reports by Activity, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Reports by Hydrographic System, Number of Activities by Area of Action, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Time Series Analysis. Comparisons for two given Times, using any of the above summaries

  48. Some Outputs • Institutional Mapping • Reports by Activity, Organization, Type of Participation, and Admin-legal Instrument • Reports by Hydrographic System, Activity, and Organization • Reports by Area of Action, Activity, and Organization • Public Participation Monitoring • Reports by Activity, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Reports by Hydrographic System, Number of Activities by Area of Action, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Time Series Analysis. Comparisons for two given Times, using any of the above summaries

  49. Some Outputs • Institutional Mapping • Reports by Activity, Organization, Type of Participation, and Admin-legal Instrument • Reports by Hydrographic System, Activity, and Organization • Reports by Area of Action, Activity, and Organization • Public Participation Monitoring • Reports by Activity, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Reports by Hydrographic System, Number of Activities by Area of Action, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Time Series Analysis. Comparisons for two given Times, using any of the above summaries

  50. Some Outputs • Institutional Mapping • Reports by Activity, Organization, Type of Participation, and Admin-legal Instrument • Reports by Hydrographic System, Activity, and Organization • Reports by Area of Action, Activity, and Organization • Public Participation Monitoring • Reports by Activity, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Reports by Hydrographic System, Number of Activities by Area of Action, Number of Organizations by Type, Number of Admin-legal Instruments by Type • Time Series Analysis. Comparisons for two given Times, using any of the above summaries