<p>1. Increased understanding of environmental, economic and social implications of different river flow scenarios under expected climatic conditions and increased capacity to collect and analyze such flow assessment information</p><ul><li>Capacity building to Tanzanian experts: Five Tanzanians now able to manipulate complicated Decision Support System used to model the environmental, economic and livelihood implications of different water allocation regimes</li><li>Baseline information on hydrology, river health, estuary health and social economics of Pangani Basin generated</li><li>Six additional technical reports produced on various aspects of the Pangani system, including: hydroelectric power modeling, fisheries, fish and invertebrate life histories, vegetation, hydraulic modeling, climate change modeling and macro-economics</li></ul><p>2. Water Users empowered to participate in IWRM and climate change adaptation processes through dialogue and decentralized water governance</p><ul><li>Road map to develop the Kikuletwa Catchment Forum (KCF) produced</li><li>Four inventory reports produced as an input to the forum design process: Water Availability and Use; Organizational Landscape; An Overview of Key Policy and Legal Environments; Comparative Experiences from Around the World</li><li>Composition and ToRs of KCF design group established</li><li>Awareness raised of WUAs and local government on the KCF process</li></ul><p>3. Water sector’s vulnerability to climate change understood and pilot actions generate lessons in adaptation</p><ul><li>Climate change modelling in Pangani Basin undertaken</li><li>Draft training requirements developed for community participation</li><li>Modeling of expected environmental, economic and social impacts of 10 different development (water allocation) scenarios completed</li><li>Awareness created within the basin, within the Ministry, and amongst global practitioners on the findings of the Pangani process</li></ul><p>4. Basin Water Office coordinates other sectors and stakeholders in the development of an IWRM Plan (This is programme outcome receives no GEF funding and is not part of the original UNDP/GEF documentation.)</p><ul><li>Overview of IWRM planning process developed</li><li>Draft training Module for IWRM produced</li></ul><p>5. Project effectively & efficiently implemented to the satisfaction of all stakeholders</p><ul><li>Project Implementation Manual developed</li><li>All human resources except the 2nd Community Development Officer, in place</li><li>Multi-year workplan and budget; 2007; 2008 workplans</li></ul>
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Lead OrganizationUnited Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Approximately 1 million people and communities in the affected areas: Pangani Basin Water Board, Pangani Basin Water Office, Distrcits, Wards, NGOs, communities