Project Title

Capacity Building and Emergency Preparedness for Sustainable Development at Argicultural Communities through “Plant Back Better” Initiatives 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

EPWG 03 2017A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EPWG 03 2017A 

Project Title

Capacity Building and Emergency Preparedness for Sustainable Development at Argicultural Communities through “Plant Back Better”  Initiatives 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

80,000 

Co-funding Amount

165,000 

Total Project Value

245,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Emergency Preparedness Working Group (EPWG) 

Topics

Emergency Preparedness 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; Indonesia; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/01/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Li Wei-Sen 

Job Title 1

Executive Director 

Organization 1

APEC Emergency preparedness Capacity Burning Center 

Postal Address 1

9F, #200, Sec 3, Beisin Rd, New Taipei City 231, Taipei 

Telephone 1

886-2 81958704 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

li.weisen.ncdr@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Sophia Lee Yanling 

Job Title 2

Secretary-General 

Organization 2

APEC Emergency preparedness Capacity Burning Center 

Postal Address 2

9F, #200, Sec 3, Beisin Rd, New Taipei City 231, Taipei 

Telephone 2

886-2 81958704 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

sophiancdr@gmail.com 

Declaration

Li Wei-Sen and Sophia Lee Yanling 

Project Summary

At facing impacts brought by natural disasters or climate change, food security is directly linked to emergency preparedness and economic livelihood, especially at affected agricultural communities. Chinese Taipei proposed “Plant back better” (PBB) initiatives to mitigate vulnerability and facilitate self-sufficiency through disaster-resilient local vegetable plantation. The PBB initiative aims at community-based capacity building and preparedness for quick recovery of micro economic activities through public private partnership if disasters hit.  Vegetables are cash crops with offering quality nutrition. PBB initiatives incorporates the implementation of the best practices and toolkits with sharing local knowledge and regional resources to facilitate livelihood recovery planning before or after disasters. It fully echoes the 2017 priorities “Enhancing Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture in response to Climate Change”. PBB functions to boost micro economic momentum to tackle future challenges on climate change adaptation.  PBB initiatives endorsed by EPWG for cross-fora supports from ATCWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE, ABAC and regional institutes to synergize the project deliverables and crosscutting outcomes.

Relevance

To enhance sustainable developments at agricultural sectors that has been highlighted on the Piura Declaration on APEC Food Security endorsed by the Fourth APEC Ministerial Meeting on Food Security held in Piura, Peru, September 2016. The document emphasized on mitigating negative externalities including natural disasters and climate change.  Thus, sixty percent or more food will be needed if the anticipated global population increase to 9.7 billion by 2050 accordingly. In most of the developing APEC member economies, smallholders dominate the majority portion of food productions at agricultural communities.  These communities could be vulnerable by either natural disasters or climate change. Under the mandates and agenda of APEC EPWG, capacity building for disaster risk reduction at community level has been a key topic for years as well as encouraging cross-fora collaborations and public private partnership to work out feasible solutions. The proposed project includes experiences and the best practices sharing on disaster risk management as well as climate change adaptation tools for smallholders and showcases handy tools for improving disaster resilience on preparation phase, the project involves broad discussions with APEC working groups and fora for informative inputs. 

This proposal directly links to: 2017 Rank 1, (1) Promoting regional economic integration, Food Security; (2) Human development, implementation of the Strategic Plan on Capacity Building to Promote the Trade and Investment; (3) Emergency preparedness and disaster management, activities relating to the efficient movement of capital, goods, services and people as well as the implementation of APEC Disaster Risk Reduction Framework (APEC DRRF). (4) Supply Chain Connectivity; (5) Ease of Doing Business. 

It also directly links to: 2017 Rank 2, (1) Inclusive Growth, Women and the Economy; (2) Sustainable Growth, Travel facilitation for enhancing mobility; Building Sustainable and resilient communities. (3) Secure Growth, Strengthening growth security through disaster risk reduction to enhance resilience against natural calamities. (3) ICT approaches in disaster preparedness, risk reduction and recovery.

Objectives

The key objectives of the project are:

1) To initiate pilot projects of PBB disaster-resilient APEC community and encourage the public-private partnership with cross-fora collaborations for food supply chain as part of disaster risk management in coping with future challenges by natural disasters and climate change;

2) To facilitate PBB information and knowledge sharing on best practices for enrooting disaster risk reduction at agricultural communities; and

3) To develop disaster preparedness guidelines or principles in line with Plant back better toolkits for disaster-resilient agricultural communities on growing vegetables on the pilot project summary report.

Alignment

With acknowledging challenges and demands on both emergency preparedness and food security, APEC promotes the “Food Security” related issues with cross-fora collaborations to target at sustainable quality growth and human well-being, hereby summarized as following: 

-   In 2016 and 2017, Peru and Viet Nam have listed “Food Security” as APEC annual top priorities, “Fostering the Regional Food System” and “Enhancing Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture in Response to Climate Change”, respectively. It address the urgent needs to look at the impacts brought by natural disasters and climate change on food supply chain interruptions and food shortage while emergency happens.

-   The APEC leaders concluded in Lima (AELM 24) in 2016 by adopting a declaration on advancing quality growth and human development. It addresses “to intensify efforts to mitigate impacts of drought, flood and climate-related disasters on food production and food security.”

-  Within agendas, workshops and plans under APEC ATCWG and PPFS, the APEC Food Security Road Map Towards 2020 and the APEC Food Security Business Plan (2014-2020) call for actions on cross-cutting collaboration on disaster risk management and food security issues to increase resilience to natural disaster and global climate change.

TILF/ASF Justification

Chinese Taipei and Viet Nam hosted “Policy Dialogue on Science, Technology, Innovation, Food Security, Climate Change and Gender Empowerment” with Viet Nam at the 12th Emergency Preparedness Working Group Meeting held in Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam, during 21-22 August 2017 to promote PBB initiative and approach with best practices and introduce paradigms for developing APEC communities. It highlighted PBB initiatives contribute on capacity building in developing economies if upcoming pilot projects in place.  The joint Statement “Plant back better” on food security, endorsed by the 12th EPWG meeting, an innovative approach to maximizing comparative advantage of gender empowerment through grass root capacity building against disasters and climate change among Chinese Taipei, Viet Nam and Papua New Guinea showed the active role of APEC developing member economies in taking part of PBB initiative in meeting their urgent needs on community-based disaster resilient capacity building for future challenges of disasters and climate change.  The project will aim at delivering and sharing the outcomes of the above-mentioned initiatives with APEC cross-fora collaborations in due course.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  Based on the concept note, Chinese Taipei plans to carry out the project in practical way through carefully designed activities and publications. The relevant products or services include: 

1)  To conduct one on-site field implementation in three phases on possible impacts to vulnerable agricultural community in pilot project community for exploring solutions for the current status of vulnerabilities related to natural hazards.  The three phases of implementation is to be conducted before the PBB summit which will demonstrate the outputs in community. To design the contents of who, where, what, why, when and how to plant the vegetables.  The multi-function taskforce will consists of 5 expertise either on community-based strategy, agricultural, disaster and recovery, gender, and capacity building from public or private sectors of APEC economies, EPWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE or NGOs/NPOs for one on-site 3 phases implementation as following:

Phase I   – Conducting on-site assessments to identify local needs, risk and local resources for implementation at local community with preliminary conceptual capacity building or train the trainer at pilot community.

Phase II  – Monitoring situations on disasters’ impact and climate change issues for adaptation with dynamic strategies and implementation on local community feedback.

Phase III – Overall reviewing the implementation with the multi-function taskforces, local community and NGOs/NPOs for drafting guideline or principle for PBB. Formulating the strategies on PBB capacity building for APEC economies in the Summit.

In addition, the project overseer will seek collaborations with PPFS and ACTWG.  The summary report and guideline or principle for PBB will be circulate to help understanding local capacity and urgent demands on emergency preparedness and climate change adaptation as well as offer valuable inputs for the APEC PBB Summit agenda.

2)  To host the APEC PBB Summit after the on-site field implementation and invite stakeholders participation to encourage the public private partnership (PPP) to brainstorm the guideline or principles in accordance with APEC agenda.  The  Summit will focus on 1) Sharing the best practices of disaster-resilient agricultural sectors, especially at community level in developing communities; 2) Sharing smart vegetable plantation; 3) Promoting on demands capacity building program; 4) Showcasing female’s contributions on Plant back better; 5) Synergizing regional resources for delivering assistance. The expected outcomes of the Summit  can be the good reference for developing future approaches toward a disaster-resilient grass-root agriculture activities. 6) Endorsing the summary report and recommendation for implementation on PBB initiatives. The potential stakeholders to attend the Summit include: 1) governmental officials in charge of agricultural production and disaster risk reduction; 2) experts in disaster-resilient plantation and rural development at community level; 3) NGOs; 4) experienced smart-plantation farmers; 5) regional institutions.

3)  To disseminate “Plant back better toolkits” (Tool-Kits) as capacity training actions plan of “Plant Back Better” initiatives in the APEC region.  The tool-kits provided together with local knowledge can enhance disaster resilience at community level on publications and website of Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center. The framework of the Tool-Kits will include: 1) Procedures of risk identification based on plantations and community sites; 2) Vulnerabilities and risks of natural hazards at agricultural communities; 3) Preparedness for possible impacts; 4) Smart and disaster-resilient plantation of vegetable; 5) Resources and tools for post-disaster recovery (plant back better).

Outcomes: Impacts induced by natural disasters emerge as a challenge to food security agenda.  It requires interdisciplinary expertise to picture feasible scenario with solutions. PBB initiatives focus on helping vulnerable areas on enhancing capacity building and emergency preparedness through smarter and disaster-resilient local vegetable plantation. At phases of disaster risk reduction and post disaster recovery, the initiatives aimed at building up the interdisciplinary expert team with local knowledge and efforts to enhance disaster resilience at community level in terms of effective and efficient recover the micro economic activities, vegetable plantation and food supply. 

The project extends grassroots support to those whose livelihoods depend on the agricultural sector and are exposed to disaster shocks at an economic and social level.  With knowledge of vegetable plantation and support systems in agricultural areas, workers and the people could build up disaster-resilient livelihoods.  APEC has been focusing on securing food supply chains because they are most vulnerable and vital.  The main expected outcomes of the project include:

1)   To enhance public-private partnership on disaster resilience to food security and food supply chain: Amid food production process, it requires risk understanding to build up resilience. More valuable disaster risk reduction knowledge sometimes is offered by private sector.  Both knowledge sources from public and private sectors are vital to disaster risk reduction and emergency preparedness, if an appropriate network could be designed to integrate them.

2)  To provide guidance for planning of disaster risk reduction at agricultural communities: The one of focal targets to the project is agricultural communities.  Trough project implementation, it will help better plans on disaster-resilient plantation of vegetable.

3)  To accelerate APEC cross-fora synergy on food security: Since 2015, food security is an APEC top priority. To echo it, the project will bring collaboration among EPWG, PPFS, ATCWG and PPWE. The synergy will guarantee a cross-cutting linkage under APEC umbrella and encourage APEC-wide implementations.

4)  To offer trans-boundary value-added knowledge and best practices for disaster-resilience food production: This issue had been highlighted by APEC EPWG Mandates and the APEC Disaster Risk Reduction Framework. 

Beneficiaries: The direct beneficiaries of our outputs will be woman and households in agriculture at community level of developing economies. The project aims to provide “Plant back better toolkits” (Tool-Kits) on food production and implementation to benefit tens of millions of employees to provide self-sufficient food to feed 3 billion people in the developing economies in Asia-Pacific. The target scope includes small and micro economies’ activities and agriculture activities in the critical level of vulnerable in terms of ‘New Normal’, natural hazards, and climate change issues. The potential beneficiaries for Plant back better project are people in whole of society who can gain local nutrition from the vegetables such as local households, micro economic business or stands owners, women in disasters, elderly and children, farmers and etc. 

The second target beneficiaries including the public and private sectors of APEC economies, the non-governmental organizations involved in food security, climate change adaptation, emergency preparedness, capacity building and resilience for protecting trade and investment on sustainable inclusive economic growth.

Dissemination

To provide an effective platform for outcomes dissemination, Chinese Taipei upgrades the existing Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center website for broad spectrum dissemination of the capacity building materials for training and best practices sharing. Relevant outputs and outcomes with publications can be efficiently access via Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center website. 

During each phase of the project, the deliverables including activities, one on-site field implementations in three phases and etc. will be circulated to the APEC for i.e. EPWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE, ABAC and regional institutes to synergize the project deliverables and crosscutting outcomes. For the small scale farmers, with the local NGOs’ effort, we can constantly update, monitor and disseminate the capacity building materials of our outputs.  For the best convenience dissemination, all the deliverables and document will be available on the Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center website for stakeholders’ inputs and reference. The project outputs will also be disseminated through APEC fora networks (EPWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE, ABAC and etc.), and the APEC official meeting website in compliance with the APEC publications, APEC logo, Websites, and copyright guidelines.

Gender

Considering the majority workforce in the rural/vulnerable area are women, a critical resource in agriculture and the rural economy to keep the family functioned and livelihood facing the constraints of disaster and climate change impact that reduce their productivity. This project is target to empower the women in disaster at agriculture with easy ‘Plant back better toolkits’ for cash crops growing in self-sufficient food on table and trade the excessive harvest in the market place. The project will also seek linkage and inputs with PPWE and design collaborative agenda during implementation of the project. Showcasing female’s contributions on Plant back better in the PBB Summit special session.The project overseer will ensure the implementation of this project will be conducted in a manner that takes special considerations of gender issues into account to ensure that it benefits both men and women and does not disadvantage women. We target to achieve gender balance on 50% of women’s involvement in this project.

Work Plan

Linking the themes of the 10th with 11th  APEC Senior Disaster Management Officials Forum (SDMOF), held in 2016 Peru and in 2017 Viet Nam, “Emergency Preparedness for Supply Chain and Emergency Food Security” and and “Enhancing science technology and cooperation to facilitate disaster risk reduction decision support towards an effective policy making for upgrading disaster risk reduction governance”, in line with the overall APEC 2016 and 2017 theme of “Quality Growth to Promote Human Development” and the APEC 2016 priorities “Enhancing Regional Food Market” under APEC Disaster Risk Reduction Framework, the APEC representatives describe as the “new normal” (large-scale disasters or extreme weather events) threaten food security of the most vulnerable populations, as well as hinder trade and create challenges of different scope such as losses in livelihoods, diseases, and food scarcities. APEC concludes with encourage concrete actions on food security issues and related topics on the EPWG workplan to carry out.  The workplan PBB proposal are: 

Workplan:  

1) January – March 2018: Conduct preliminary background study to coordinate interdisciplinary team to select a pilot site among targeted communities prone to flooding.  Hosting the APEC Plant Back Better forum among critical stakeholders including governments, industries, leading research institutes and experts who are related to agriculture, rural development, disaster risk reduction and policy making for community.

-  The 1st phase on-site pilot project field implementation: the project proponent will call representatives of ATCWG, PPFS of Chinese Taipei and experts of the World Vegetable Center (endorsed by the EPWG on 12th EPWG meeting and 11th SDMOF) for implementation of the Plant Back Better pilot project. To initiate pilot projects of PBB disaster-resilient APEC community and encourage the public-private partnership with cross-fora collaborations for food supply chain as part of disaster risk management in coping with future challenges by natural disasters and climate change.

2) April – June 2018: Conduct the 2nd phase on-site pilot project field implementation on impact of disaster risk reduction project for implementing ‘Plant back better toolkits’ as the actions plan of “Plant Back Better” initiative in the APEC region.

-  The 2nd phase on-site pilot project field implementation: to facilitate PBB information sharing on best practices for enrooting disaster risk reduction at agricultural communities via ICTs.

3) July – September 2018: Consolidate pilot project field implementation feedback for formulating principles/guidelines on Plant Back Better.  Building disaster resilience at community level for emergency preparedness, capacity building and human development on food security.

-   The 3rd phase on-site pilot project field implementation: To discuss project implementation the outputs of the project, finalize the contents of the toolkits. 

4)  October – December 2018: Carry out cross-fora outcome circulations among EPWG, ATCWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE and ABAC of the disaster preparedness guidelines or principles with Plant back better toolkits for disaster-resilient agricultural communities.

-   The APEC PBB Summit: Develop disaster preparedness guidelines or principles with Plant back better toolkits for disaster-resilient agricultural communities on growing vegetables on the pilot project summary report. 

Timing

Deliverables

Tasks

2018 Jan. 2018 Mar.

Team Up

The 1st phase on-site pilot project field implementation: for implementation of the Plant Back Better pilot project.

To plan for implement the pilot projects in three phases to build PBB disaster-resilient APEC community by EPWG, EPCC, PPFS, PPWE, PPSTI and World Vegetable Center’s expertise and encourage the public-private partnership with cross-fora collaborations for food supply chain as part of disaster risk management in coping with future challenges by natural disasters and climate change.

2018 Apr. 2018 Jun.

Assessment

The 2nd phase on-site pilot project field implementation on impact of disaster risk reduction project

To facilitate PBB information sharing on best practices for enrooting disaster risk reduction at agricultural communities via ICTs.

Preparation

APEC PBB Summit

-  A summary report drafting for APEC PBB Summit

-  Collect cross-fora comments and inputs for PBB Summit

-  Draft the agenda for the PBB Summit

2018 Jul. 2018 Sep.

On-site capacity building

The 3rd phase on-site pilot project field implementation

-  To consolidate pilot project field implementation feedback for implementation

-  To finalize the contents of the toolkits.

-  Circulate the toolkits

Preparation

APEC PBB Summit

-  Draft the Agenda

-  Circulate the administrative circular for PBB Summit

-  Formulate the guideline / principles at the PBB summit

2018 Sep. 2018 Dec.

Outputs and Outcomes Disseminations

The APEC PBB Summit

-  Develop disaster preparedness guidelines or principles with Plant back better toolkits for disaster-resilient agricultural communities on growing vegetables on the pilot project summary report.

-  Carry out cross-fora outcome circulations among EPWG, ATCWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE and ABAC of the disaster preparedness guidelines or principles with Plant back better toolkits for disaster-resilient agricultural communities.

-  Finalise and submit complete report of the project

Risks

The possible risks that the project would face:

1)  Low interest in participation or in using results: While the research requires joint efforts from member economies, there is the chance where members may find topics to be uninteresting and unrelated to their economies. On the other hand, there is also the probability that the PBB Summit participation rate will be lower than expected. As a result, prior discussion via conference call before the one on-site field implementations in three phases and APEC PBB Summit will identify the possible outreach efforts to encourage potential participating economies.  Frequent announcements issued by the PO through APEC Secretariat’s assistance will help to reach potential participants of relevant APEC fora. The project overseer will also work closely with member economies and follow the APEC guidelines regarding the engagement of international organizations in APEC region.

2)   Delays or untimely preparation: A work plan is set up in monitoring the progress of the project for implementation, where the estimated complete date is approximately in the third quarter of 2018. During each phase of the project, a timeline is well-design for EPWG to monitor through EPWG regular meetings under APEC annually. The project overseer will also work closely with member economies in a timely manner to circulate the announcement with agenda for participation registration. PO will also work closely with member economies to increase the possibility of finding a suitable expert and trainee for the expert meetings and The PBB Summit to avoid delays. Our co-sponsoring economies are our potential volunteer economy for pilot economies.

3)   Language and Technology Barrier while implementing the pilot site:  PO will engage NGOs/NPOs with school or University experts to coordinate efforts for overcoming the issue.

Monitoring and Evaluation

This project will be monitored and reviewed by APEC EWPG and APEC.  The project implementation and evaluation will be undertaken according to the workplan and its timeline on qualitative or quantitative (including the satisfaction of stakeholders’ engagement, gender empowerment and deliverables) methods as followings:

1)  Report to the EPWG regular meeting in the year of 2018 for the project implementation on inputs and comments for further development;

2)  In one on-site field implementation in three phases and APEC summit, an evaluation sheet will be distributed to the participants for inputs and comments; and

3)  The project outcome will be circulate for cross-for a comments and inputs for endorsement.  

On the other hand, it is a regular procedure in Chinese Taipei that each project under any individual institute should be evaluated externally by an evaluation committee through three phases, proposal, midterm, and final, and a progress report on the project will also conducted internally to evaluate on effectiveness, contents of the projects, and budge use. 

To measure the achievements of the project, we seek to conduct midterm reviews on the effectiveness of the project, and we will conduct the cross-for a circulation for endorsement in due course.

Linkages

This project follows EPWG’s existing cross-cutting/cross-fora collaborations among EPWG, ATCWG, PPFS, PPSTI, PPWE and ABAC and regional agencies where appropriate. Amid delivering the project, it is welcomed to invite inputs from both public and private sectors.

Sustainability

By sharing the pilot projects and experiences, the local focal network can be built for further knowledge and information sharing.  Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center website will carry on providing the state-of-the-art technology and information needed for future development. 

Before, during and after project implementation, Plant Back Better toolkits will document challenges, demands and solutions to help enhance disaster resilience at agricultural communities.  Beside written documents for downloading, videos will also help potential beneficiaries to learn from the best practices.  Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center will also collect feedbacks from member economies to improve the tool kits and develop concept note for the next phase.  As addressed APEC-wide synergy on this project, Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center will circulate all outputs from the project to relevant APEC working groups.

Project Overseers

Dr. Wei-Sen Li has a wealth of experience in the development and implementation of transportation, disaster reduction and management systems. His responsibilities include building capacity in the region through engaging public-private partnership to better mitigate and respond to emergencies and natural disasters in APEC economies. Dr. Li holds a PhD in Civil Engineering from National Central University, where he specializes in structure dynamics, seismic design and earthquake engineering. Leads the Emergency Preparedness Capacity Building Center as the 1st Executive Director from 2017 and involves in the global capacity building on emergency Preparedness.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

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Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

According to the APEC project guidebook, two participants from each of the 11 travel-eligible economies will be funded by APEC to attend the PBB Summit.

Under certain condition in order to facilitate the participation of economies, advance payment for participants from some travel-eligible economies may be requested for travel.

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