Module-7-Session-1 - Green Recovery & Reconstruction

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Water and Sanitation
Session 1: Introduction to Sustainable
Water and Sanitation
Green Recovery And Reconstruction: Training Toolkit For Humanitarian Aid
Getting to Know You…
 Please pair-up and ask your partner the following
questions:
 What is your name?
 What do you do?
 What type of watsan project have you been
involved in?
 What was one environmental issue you have come
across in your program?
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Ground Rules
Mobiles
silent
Be
punctual
Stay on
topic
Succinct be brief
One
conversation
at a time
Active
listening
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Other?
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Green Recovery and Reconstruction Toolkit
 Developed by WWF and the American Red
Cross
 Based on a 5-year partnership formed after the
2004 tsunami between WWF, AmCross and
partners in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand and
Maldives
 Designed for use globally after natural disasters
and conflict
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10 Program Modules
Green Guide to:
1. Opportunities for Green Recovery
and Reconstruction: An Introduction
2. Project Design, Monitoring and
Evaluation
3. Environmental Impact Assessment
Tools and Techniques
4. Strategic Site Selection and
Development
5. Materials and the Supply Chain
6. Construction
7. Water and Sanitation
8. Livelihoods
9. Disaster Risk Reduction
10.Organizational Operations
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GRRT Principles
 “Do no harm” to people and communities recovering
from disaster by addressing environmental
sustainability
 Recognize that addressing the environment has
multiple benefits
 Take ownership
 Build back safer
 Be solution-oriented
 Emphasize the use of local knowledge
“Words to live by.” -- Ron Savage, OFDA
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Workshop Agenda
08:30 – 10:20
Registration, Introduction to Sustainable Water and
Sanitation
10:20 – 10:50
Break
10:50 – 12:30
Overview of watsan technologies
12:30 – 13:30
Lunch
13:30 – 14:45
Environmentally sustainable technologies, continued
14:45 – 15:00
Break
15:00 – 16:30
Case study analysis
16:30 – 17:10
Evaluation and closing
17:10
Adjourn
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Environmentally Sustainable
Water and Sanitation
What do we really mean?
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Workshop Objectives
 Promote and implement water and sanitation systems that
improve community well-being through enhancing
environmental sustainability.
 Explain to stakeholders why water supply project
infrastructure should include watershed protection.
 Demonstrate how water and sanitation projects can be made
more sustainable for communities through initial technology
choice, project design and community consultation.
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Sustainability:
“Development that meets the needs of the
present without compromising the ability of
future generations to meet their own needs.”
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GOAL:
Develop watsan projects that meet the
needs of the present without
compromising the ability of future
generations to meet their own needs.
How do we do that?
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External
threats can
prevent the
success of
watsan
projects
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Spring Catchment
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Source spring
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Catchment dam
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Downstream pipe
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Storage and
distribution
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Logging
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Brick borrow site
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Agroforestry
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Recreation
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Mining
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Mining
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New road construction
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Watershed
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“Lack of cross-sectoral linkages leads to uncoordinated
water resource development and management resulting
in conflict, waste and unsustainable
systems.”
--UNDP Capacity Building for Integrated Water Resources Management
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 Solution:
Integrated Water Resources Management
Definition:
Systematic, participatory
process for the sustainable
development, allocation and
monitoring of water resource
use in the context of social,
economic and
environmental objectives
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Also known as:
 Comprehensive
Watershed Management
 Integrated Coastal Area
Management
 Integrated River Basin
Management
 Integrated Catchment
Management
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SPHERE and WHO Context
 SPHERE Water Supply Standard 2 calls for
“promotion of protected sources.”
 SPHERE Shelter and Settlement Standard 6
key indicator: “natural resources are
managed to meet the ongoing needs of
displaced and host populations.”
 WHO Guidelines for Safe Recreational Waters
promote “Integrated Coastal Area
Management.”
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Integrated Water Resources Management
Implementation Framework
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Integrated Sustainable Solid Waste Management
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Recycling center
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Questions:
 How would implementing IWRM or ISWM change the
way you do your current projects?
 What would you do differently in the future?
 What are specific activities to address IWRM/ISWM?
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Let’s Take a Break.
InterWorks photo
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