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Cambodia: Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning

Sovereign (Public) Project | 45283-001 Status: Active

Cambodia is one of the countries selected worldwide for the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR), which aims to demonstrate ways in integrating climate risk and resilience into development planning. With support from ADB and the World Bank Group, the Government of Cambodia (the Government) prepared the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR), comprising seven investment projects and an overarching technical assistance (TA) project. The resource envelope for SPCR is $555 million including $91 million from PPCR and $464 million in co-financing from ADB and other development partners. The PPCR sub-committee endorsed SPCR in June 2011.

Project Details

Project Officer
Ancha, Srinivasan Southeast Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Cambodia
Sector
  • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
 
Project Name Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning
Project Number 45283-001
Country Cambodia
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
TA 8179-CAM: Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Into Development Planning
Strategic Climate Fund US$ 7.00 million
TA 8179-CAM: Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning (Supplementary)
Strategic Climate Fund US$ 3.00 million
Nordic Development Fund US$ 1.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Regional integration
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Agricultural production - Irrigation - Water-based natural resources management

Energy / Renewable energy generation - solar

Finance / Inclusive finance - Infrastructure finance and investment funds - Insurance and contractual savings

Transport / Road transport (non-urban)

Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Urban policy, institutional and capacity development - Urban solid waste management - Urban water supply

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Some gender elements
Description

Cambodia is one of the countries selected worldwide for the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR), which aims to demonstrate ways in integrating climate risk and resilience into development planning. With support from ADB and the World Bank Group, the Government of Cambodia (the Government) prepared the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR), comprising seven investment projects and an overarching technical assistance (TA) project. The resource envelope for SPCR is $555 million including $91 million from PPCR and $464 million in co-financing from ADB and other development partners. The PPCR sub-committee endorsed SPCR in June 2011.

The TA will promote synergies between CCA and disaster risk reduction, sets up a common framework for monitoring and evaluation of all SPCR projects, and develops a knowledge and communications plan for each component that will be critical to sustaining the impact and effectiveness of current and future climate resilience investments. The TA will (i) strengthen capacity to coordinate all SPCR investments and to mainstream adaptation concerns into national and sub-national planning, budgeting and development in Cambodia; (ii) conduct feasibility studies for priority projects of the National Adaptation Program of Action (NAPA) with a view to secure additional funds from sources such as Adaptation Fund and Green Climate Fund; (iii) establish a civil society support mechanism to fund community-based adaptation activities and strengthen capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to mainstream climate resilience into their operations; and (iv) generate and disseminate knowledge for climate change adaptation (CCA) in various sectors.

The expected impact of the TA is enhanced resilience to climate change in Cambodia leading to improved livelihoods, especially for vulnerable groups including women and children. By 2022, the number of households affected and economic losses resulting from extreme climate events will be reduced by 20% from the 2012 baseline. The expected outcome of the TA is sustained institutional and technical capacity to integrate adaptation concerns into development. By 2018, agreed strategies on adaptation will be integrated into at least three sectors. Also, at least 25% of projects in water resources, agriculture, transport, water supply and sanitation will be climate-proofed. By the TA end, it is expected that (i) risk screening tools are applied for projects in irrigation, flood prevention, agriculture, biodiversity, roads, water supply and sanitation, and urban development; and (ii) vulnerability assessments incorporating climate information are performed for projects determined at risk in key sectors.<

The TA is expected to deliver four outputs:

1. SPCR coordination, technical support and capacity strengthened to mainstream climate change adaptation into development planning

2. Detailed feasibility studies conducted for selected NAPA priority projects to obtain international funding

3. Civil society support mechanism established and capacity of NGOs to mainstream adaptation and disaster risk reduction (DRR) into their operations strengthened

4. Climate change adaptation knowledge toolkits and products are developed, managed and disseminated

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Cambodia is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts. Its high vulnerability is due its low adaptive capacity and high reliance on climate-sensitive sectors such as water resources and agriculture. Infrastructure-related losses from impacts of climate change such as floods are also high. The 2011 floods alone, for example, caused an estimated $451 million in damages and $174 million in losses. Analysis of 14 general circulation models suggests that rainy season will commence later, wet season rainfall will increase (bringing more flooding) and dry season rainfall will decrease (leading to droughts). Damage from typhoons may be severe in future. Cambodia's 435 km coastline and large parts of the Mekong River flood plain may be affected by sea level rise, which is projected to make more areas vulnerable to floods, salinity intrusion, and coastal inundation with adverse implications for food and water security, and infrastructure stability. Climate change thus poses a serious threat to sustainable development in Cambodia.

Cambodia has shown strong commitment to address climate change by ratifying the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 1996 and the Kyoto Protocol in 2003. In October 2006, the Government completed the National Adaptation Program of Action (NAPA), which included 39 priority adaptation projects in sectors such as agriculture, water resources, coastal zone management, and human health. In March 2009, the Government launched the Strategic National Action Plan (SNAP) for disaster risk reduction (DRR), 2008-2013, which covers many themes on climate change adaptation (CCA). In addition, the Government has begun preparing the Cambodian Climate Change Strategic Plan to provide a strategic framework for responding to climate change impacts of climate change on economic performance and the achievement of long-term socio-economic objectives are not yet well articulated. Also development planning in key sectors (water resources, agriculture, transport, urban planning) does not consider risks associated with climate change. This is primarily due to constraints that include (i) limited awareness of climate change impacts on sector projects and programs; (ii) inadequate availability and access to reliable data, information and assessments of local vulnerabilities and impacts; (iii) limited institutional capacities; and (iv) limited financial resources.

Also there has been slow progress in coordinating adaptation investments, piloting adaptation interventions, and in scaling up best practices. Therefore, targeted assistance to overcome such barriers and enhance the capacity for mainstreaming adaptation and disaster risk reduction into development planning, combined with other initiatives to strengthen collaborative mechanisms for dissemination of climate change information, is considered crucial and timely

The TA supports Cambodia's National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP update: 2009-2013) and its objectives. The NSDP provides the roadmap for implementation of "Phase II Rectangular Strategy for Growth, Employment, Equity and Efficiency", which aims at enhancing public institutional capacity, promoting good governance, and modernizing infrastructure in order to foster economic growth, create jobs for all citizens, ensure social equity, and increase public sector efficiency as well as protect natural and cultural resources, which are vital for sustainable development and poverty reduction. The TA directly supports NAPA through undertaking feasibility studies for priority projects, and the SNAP through enhancing capacity to mainstream DRR into national development plans.

Impact

Enchanced resilience to climate change in Cambodia, leading to improved livelihoods, especially for vulnerable groups such as women and children.

The expected impact is enhanced resilience to climate change in Cambodia leading to improved livelihoods, especially for vulnerable groups including women and children

Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Sustained institutional and technical capacity to integrate adaptation concerns into development
Progress Toward Outcome TA implementation is in progress. The TA fully achieved targets for 12 out of 18 indicators under output 1. For the remaining 6 indicators, more than 80% of the targets were achieved. For output 2, two out of three indicators were achieved. The third indicator preparation of two full funding proposals out of six feasibility studies is in progress. For output 3, the TA achieved targets for all three indicators. For output 4, the TA achieved targets for all seven indicators.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

SPCR coordination, technical support, and capacity to mainstream climate resilience into development planning strengthened

Detailed feasibility studies for selected NAPA projects conducted

Civil society support mechanism established, and capacity of NGOs and CSOs to mainstream adaptation and DRR into their operations strengthened

Climate change adaptation knowledge toolkits and products are developed, managed and disseminated

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

The consulting team for Package A came on board in September 2013 and an inception workshop was held in December 2013. However, the contract was terminated in June 2014 due to the firm' s breach of contract. A replacement firm was mobilized in February 2015. A coordinating NGO to operate the civil society support facility under Package B was mobilized in April 2015. Another firm for Package C focusing on gender, monitoring and evaluation, and mainstreaming climate resilience at sub-national levels was mobilized in August 2016. Progress for Outputs 1,2 and 4:o Intensive consultation and detailed discussions on inception report with all involved sectors provided a comprehensive road map and endorsement for the project; Scoping workshop held in July 2015Institutional coordination: 8 SPCR Coordination Team meetings were held; Adaptation Working Group held regular round table meetings; Coordination and collaboration mechanism for SPCR investment projects established; Working with sector agencies to implement parts of their CCAPs through their CC Working Groups; Mechanisms for collaboration with other projects and initiatives, e.g. CCCA, GIZ, FAO, established with proposals for joint activities under considerationCapacity Building: Series of visits to key provinces Prey Veng, Kampong Thom, Battambang, and later in April 2016 in Koh Kong and Mondulkiri to identify and describe various adaptation practices for each sector; 3 day training in Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning in Battambang for over 60 government staff from sector and other SPCR agencies; Training of climate change risk screening tools by sector agencies was held in April 2016 and October 2017. Technical papers: Preparation of a series of guides/case studies on climate resilient planning for infrastructure at penultimate draft for consultation with sector agencies for agriculture and infrastructure, Water resources is in preparation; Report on climate change risk screening tools and 4 adaptation guides prepared and circulated among sector agencies. Feasibility studies: Process established for selection of project proposals for feasibility studies and demonstrations; Series of sectoral screening and scoping missions to identify and describe potential adaptation investment projects in selected provinces; The TA conducted feasibility studies of six adaptation projects with involvement of nearly 1500 local government staff from six provinces. Capacity strengthening on conducting feasibility studies of adaptation projects has taken significantly longer than planned, thereby delaying the progress in developing sector-specific and national-level guidelines for mainstreaming CCA into development planning. Two adaptation projects have been identified for accessing international funds. One MAFF project for demonstrating climate smart agriculture in Kampong Thom will be submitted by FAO through the simplified approval process of the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The GCF accredited entity for submission of second adaptation project in Battambang is not yet decided. University and secondary curriculum development: Initial round table meetings with Universities completed; Development of detailed proposals for Climate change curriculum development with Royal Agriculture UniversityPublications and awareness raising: SPCR website established; 8 electronic newsletters produced; 8 project profiles were published.Progress for Output 3: Civil society support mechanism to fund community-based adaptation and disaster risk reduction activities established and the capacity of civil society organizations to mainstream climate resilience into their operations strengthened:136 Expressions of interest (EOIs) were received from Cambodian CSOs for implementing community focused adaptation projects. Partner selection was done in a 2-stage EOI and proposal development process which started in August 2015. It factored in preset selection criteria and evaluation matrix and 5-person evaluation committee (including 1 person form MOE). Geographic distribution, sector distribution, background checks, and absorption capacity factored into the selection of the final 19 list (18 NGOs and 1 CBO). Volume of sub-grants is 1.4 million in total, with grants ranging from $40,000 to $100,000 over 18 months sub grant period. 19 partners are broadly spread across 17 provinces, geographic zones (2 in coastal, 4 in _uplands, 2 in urban, and the rest in Tonle Sap and Mekong basins); Completed 2 successive rounds of 4 day comprehensive training programs: First training held in October 2015 with 35 shortlisted CSOs to help understand CCA and DRR programming, give guidance to conduct community level vulnerability assessments and develop proposalsSecond training held in March to give more practical guidelines for project implementation and additional technical sector (IWRM, energy, DRR, mainstreaming into CDP&) and thematic (child centered CCA, gender and CCA etc..) modules. All CSOs completed their case studies.Project completion workshop for CSOs under Package B was held from 19-20 March 2018 in Kampot province. A knowledge event was held in May 2018 to disseminate the knowledge products. All Package B activities have been completed as of 31 August 2018.o Key achievements included: 56,600 beneficiaries (53% women); planting of 5537 mangroves, rehabilitation of 8 community ponds, climate proofing of 53 houses; building of 100 m of urban drains; distribution of 505 water filters; production of eight knowledge products and a video; and support to the youth volunteer program. CSOs produced 22 summary reports on CCA. " Output 4: Climate change adaptation knowledge generated and disseminated: o The TA achieved targets for all seven indicators under this output. The TA created and regularly updated PPCR Cambodia web sites in English (http://www.spcrcambodia.org/en) and Khmer (http://www.spcrcambodia.org/kh) and made available information on 7 PPCR investment projects. Seven quarterly PPCR Newsletters were produced and disseminated to more than 500 stakeholders. The TA Facebook page has more than 1000 followers. o The TA teams prepared four videos focusing on adaptation in agriculture, water resources, urban development and transport. 27 articles, 12 Press releases, 5 posters and 7 television broadcasts; and climate change lexicon and climate change calendars. Nine technical reports on adaptation are in preparation. Ten multi-stakeholder workshops on CCA were held. However, public awareness raising programs were not yet conducted. Inception workshop for Package C was held in October 2016. The 4th and 5th SPCR coordination meetings were held in December 2016 and March 2017 respectively. The workshop for Identification of SPCR/NCDD Pilot and Demonstration Projects in Prey Veng and Battambang Target Provinces, Kampong Chhnang, was held on 9 January 2018. o Package C National Committee for Sub-national Democratic Development (NCDDS): Mainstreaming of climate resilience in sub-national development planning: NCDDS and UN-Habitat team (i) conducted six training of trainers, 16 consultations, and 20 roll-out training events for 1214 provincial, district and commune officials (15% women); (ii) prepared a guidance manual on mainstreaming climate resilience in provincial, district and commune investment plans; (iii) drafted reports on innovative climate financing schemes at sub-national levels, and opportunities and barriers to CCA and DRR at district and commune levels; and (iv) identified four pilot activities for implementation in four districts. NCDDS requested for increasing budget for pilot adaptation activities, and allocation of a national engineer and a support staff in two provinces. The Mission replied that the budget allocated for various expenditure categories can be changed. In response to the Mission's concern, the NCDDS and the UN-Habitat team agreed to make additional efforts to increase participation of women and CSOs in future training workshops.o Package C MOWA: Integrating gender considerations in adaptation investments: MOWA and the UN-Habitat team (i) conducted six consultations for revising the master plan on gender and climate change and for mainstreaming gender concerns into sectoral CCAPs; (ii) organized an awareness raising campaign on gender and CCA on International Women's Day in March 2018; (iii) identified of eight pilot activities on gender and CCA for implementation in Battambang, Kampong Thom, Prey Veng and Kampot provinces; and (iv) prepared drafts of a revised master plan on gender and climate change, and a guidance manual on integrating gender into adaptation investments. MOWA and the UN-Habitat team agreed to list approved adaptation projects from various ministries and identify the projects that considered gender impacts explicitly. MOWA informed the mission that the TA support to the Gender and Climate Change Committee was very useful in enhancing coordination between MOWA and sector ministries. The Mission stressed the need for promoting coordination at provincial and district levels. MOWA agreed to facilitate a coordination mechanism between Provincial Department of Women's Affairs and other provincial sector departments in 1-2 target provinces.o Package C MOP: Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation of Adaptation Investments: The TA team (i) designed a web-based _Cambodia Climate Resilience Decision Support (CAM-CRDS) System_ interfaced with CAMINFO database under National Institute of Statistics (NIS) of MOP to store and share CCA data collected by key sector ministries; (ii) conducted 3 workshops to integrate adaptation indicators in national, sectoral and sub-national development plans; and (iii) submitted for ADB review two draft technical reports on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of adaptation investments, and on integrating adaptation indicators in national and sectoral development plans. The Mission stressed the need for budget allocation on M&E on CCA and establishment of a national working group on M&E. Next steps:" Climate change coordination meetings are expected to continue after TA completion in December 2019, by integrating into the meetings of NCSD." Package A will (i) develop the Cambodia GIS climate Change Toolbox, which will integrate _Sectoral Climate Change Screening Tool for Cambodia_ by the end of December 2018; (ii) organize two training workshops on adaptation for the private sector and training on ecosystem-based adaptation by April 2019; (iii) conduct training on preparing concept notes and proposals for international adaptation funds by January 2019; (iv) compile the list of all approved projects from 2013 in MAFF, MOWRAM, MRD and MPWT to assess the extent to which CCA measures have been integrated and any adaptation budget allocation; (v) prepare (a) sector-specific guidelines for integrating CCA by October 2018; (b) national-level guidelines by December 2018; (c) a report on indicators for effectiveness of adaptation by December 2018; and (d) infographics and policy briefs on DRR and on indigenous practices for adaptation by December 2018; and (vi) implement a climate change campaign during water festival in November 2018, and as part of International Women's Day in March 2019." Package C will (i) compile information on commune investment plans integrating CCA and budget allocation for CCA in target districts by November 2018; (ii) prepare a policy brief on innovative financing modalities for mainstreaming resilience at sub-national levels by November 2018; (iii) collect sex-disaggregated baseline data for proposed pilots by September 2018; (iv) assess institutional, capacity, financing and technical needs of target ministries to integrate gender concerns into CCAPs by November 2018; (v) prepare guidelines for integrating gender into sectoral adaptation plans by December 2018; (vi) assist MOP to establish a coordination mechanism on M&E for climate change investments by October 2018; and (vii) agree with MEF to provide budget for M&E on CCA." The TA will organize two workshops on economics of gender mainstreaming in CCA projects, and M&E of adaptation investments on 15 and 16 October, as part of the Asia Pacific Adaptation Forum to be held at ADB from 15 to 19 October 2018.

Final workshop for Package A was conducted on 10 and 11 September 2019. TA will be extended to 30 June 2022.

Geographical Location Nation-wide
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design Based on stakeholder consultations held between March and May 2011, the outcomes and outputs of the proposed TA were included in the SPCR. ADB then circulated a draft TA concept paper for comment by government ministries, civil society organizations, development partners and other stakeholders. A consensus emerged on the need to strengthen capacity of key stakeholders to mainstream climate resilience into development planning. Following a fact-finding mission from 18 to 24 April 2012, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed with the Secretaries of State of both the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) and the Ministry of Environment (MOE) on 3 May 2012, agreeing to the core elements of the TA (impact, outcome, outputs, cost, implementation arrangements, and terms of reference of consultants).
During Project Implementation Soon after mobilizing the consulting team on 2 September 2013, a kick-off workshop for the TA was held on 19 September 2013 to discuss updates to SPCR. Several meetings with the government representatives, civil society organizations and academia were held to identify capacity building needs and gaps, and prepare the draft inception report. The inception workshop was held ion 3-4 December 2013. The revised inception report was submitted on 28 February 2014. Stakeholder meetings on monitoring and reporting of PPCR core indicators was held in May 2014, July 2015 and July 2016. Additional stakeholder meetings on monitoring and reporting of PPCR core indicators were held in November and December 2014 in Battambang and Kampong Cham respectively. Inception workshop for Package B was held in June 2015. Diverse groups of stakeholders provided inputs at the workshop on community based adaptation , held on 1 July 2016. Inception workshop for Package C was held in October 2016. Several rounds of stakeholder meetings were held in November 2016, January 2017 and February 2017. Package C organized annual progress review meeting in August 2017. Project completion workshop for CSOs under Package B was held from 19-20 March 2018 in Kampot province.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services

The TA will require (i) 126 international and 540 national person months to be provided by a consulting firm (Package A); (ii) an NGO/firm with operations in Cambodia to operate the civil society support mechanism (Package B); (iii) 54 international and 180 national person months to be provided by a consulting firm (Package C); and (iv) 20 international and 120 national person months to be recruited individually in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (April 2010, as amended from time to time).

Package A firm will implement activities under outputs 1 (effective SPCR coordination, technical support and capacity strengthening to mainstream adaptation into development planning); 2 (feasibility studies on selected NAPA priority projects to obtain international funding); and 4 (development and dissemination of adaptation knowledge toolkits and products).

Package B will implement activities under output 2 (civil society support mechanism to strengthen capacity of NGOs to mainstream adaptation).

Package C will implement activities related to gender mainstreaming, monitoring and evaluation, and mainstreaming at sub-national levels.

Individual consultants will assist in coordination, reporting, and monitoring of the entire program.

Package A firm was mobilized in February 2015; Package B NGO was mobilized in April 2015. Package C firm was mobilized in August 2016.

Procurement Procurement of office furniture and equipment is through Advance Payment Facility at the Ministry of Environment.
Responsible ADB Officer Ancha, Srinivasan
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division, SERD
Executing Agencies
Ministry of Environment
No. 48, Samdach Preah Sihanouk,
Tonle Bassac, Chamkarmon,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Timetable
Concept Clearance 17 Apr 2012
Fact Finding 18 Apr 2012 to 24 Apr 2012
MRM -
Approval 01 Oct 2012
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 30 Sep 2019

TA 8179-CAM

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
01 Oct 2012 31 Oct 2012 31 Oct 2012 31 Dec 2017 30 Jun 2021 -
Financing Plan/TA Utilization Cumulative Disbursements
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total Date Amount
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
0.00 11,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11,000,000.00 01 Oct 2012 8,529,402.03

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Title Document Type Document Date
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning: Major Change in Technical Assistance (TA 8179-CAM) TA Change in Scope, Amount, and Implementation Arrangements Dec 2015
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning Technical Assistance Reports Sep 2012

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning (Knowledge Management and Communications Specialist) Individual - Consulting Closed 02 Oct 2019 08 Oct 2019
Advisor on Economics of Gender Mainstreaming in Adaptation Investments Individual - Consulting Closed 02 Oct 2019 08 Oct 2019
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Planning (National SPCR Coordination Specialist) Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Sep 2019 03 Oct 2019
Resource person Individual - Consulting Closed 26 Jul 2018 03 Aug 2018

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8179 05 Aug 2016 United Nations Human Settlements Programme, ROFAATP (Japan) in Association with Save the Earth Cambodia 1-1-1, TENJIN, CHUO-KU, FUKUOKA CITY, JA Ministry of Environment 2,000,000.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8179 14 Apr 2015 Plan International Cambodia (United States) 155 Plan Way, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886, United States Ministry of Environment 1,849,990.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8179 13 Feb 2015 ICEM Asia Limited (Hong Kong, China) in association with Fraser Thomas Partners Ltd. (New Zealand) Suite 2006, 20th floor, 340 Queen's Road, Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China Ministry of Environment 3,245,550.00

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