Niue Project Regional Reporting Indicators




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Project Indicators

Niue Project Regional Reporting Indicators

Indicator

Target

Means of Verification

Baseline

  1. National Strategy in Place

Developed through EU IWRM Policy contract

  1. Discrete Budget Line for IWRM

Anticipated to be achieved through National Policy development, due mid-2012

  1. National budget allocated to IWRM and WUE

  • Strategy in place by mid 2012



  • Budget line in place by mid-2013



  • 20% increase in Budget

  • Endorsement by Cabinet



  • Niue 2013 Budget
    (1 April 2013)



  • Budgets 2009 and 2013



  • None required




  • Statement of 2009 budget allocated to IWRM and WUE

  1. Best IWRM and WUE approaches defined for each country

Developed through EU IWRM project

  1. Best approaches to IWRM and WUE mainstreamed into national and regional planning frameworks

Should be completed as part of national strategy development by mid-2012

  • Approach defined



  • National Strategy incorporates defined approach

  • Endorsement by APEX body



  • Audit by:

    • Independent consultant

    • Peer review

    • PCU audit

  • None required



  • None required

8 Reduction in water leakage loss for Alofi supplies

Largely delivered through tank replacement, although metering of Alofi supplies should provide household level improvements



  • 40% reduction in water leakage from system supplying 400 people

  • Monitoring report endorsed by Steering Committee
    (Steering Committee minutes)

  • Supply volume

  • Leakage

  • Population serviced

  • Pressures associated with leakage

9 Population with access to safe water supply

WSP developed as part of co-funding. Delivery of WSP dependent upon project activities being delivered



  • 90% of Alofi population
    (400 people)

  • Audit of Niue WSP

  • Catchment area

  • Alofi population

  • number of households

14 Lessons learned incorporated into other project(s) and/or Regulations

Likely to be delivered through the amendments to the Building Code and/or standards for waste, waste oil and/or agrochemicals management.



  • Technical lesson replication report endorsed by RTAG or independent auditor

  • Initial project documents if written prior to GEF IWRM project

  • Regulations or Codes prior to project commencement

15 Replication strategy developed and implemented to mainstream lessons learned

Replication strategy will need to reflect the roles and responsibilities in mainstreaming the lessons learned



  • Replication demonstrated by end of project

  • Replication report endorsed by RTAG or independent auditor

  • Policies, Regulations or Codes prior to project commencement

16 National IWRM indicator framework embedded in formal national reporting



  • Endorsement by Minister

  • None required

17 National staff across institutions with IWRM knowledge and experience

Target is to show an increase in staff knowledge and experience, or by proxy through training and work roles





  • National capacity report

  • Survey of staff IWRM knowledge and experience

  • Review of staff IWRM training and experience records

  • Training surveys

  • Review of IWRM training and job requirements

18 Proportion of community engaged in water related issues

Measure attendance at awareness raising activities and at activities with active engagement



  • 30% increases in attendance at awareness raising activities

  • 30% increase in active engagement activities

  • Engagement report endorsed by Steering Committee

  • Attendance at awareness raising activities and at activities with active engagement

19 Sectoral engagement in formal multilateral communication on water issues

  • Increased engagement

  • Review of formal meetings endorsed by Steering Committee

  • Sectors represented in formal meetings prior to project commencement

20 Water Safety Plans for Alofi North and Alofi South (peri-urban)

  • Plan implemented

  • Endorsement by Minister

  • None required

22 Reduction in nitrogen pollution from piggery and sewage wastes in Niue groundwater catchment

Rehabilitation of failing septic systems will provide at least a 25% reduction in nitrogen pollution (significantly more if these are associated with irrigation beds)

Piggery waste reduction achieved through piggery effluent collection tanks. Nitrogen reduction through proportion of waste collected in effluent collection tanks


  • 25% reduction in nitrogen due to sewage pollution

  • 80% reduction in nitrogen pollution from piggery waste at piggery demonstration sites

  • Study Reports endorsed by Steering Committee
    (Steering Committee minutes)

  • Household septic tank survey

  • Assessment of piggery waste generation from piggery

23 Reduction in drinking water resources pollution discharge to drinking water sources at a national scale

Addressing the key risks identified in the project document removes most of the key risks to drinking water supplies; leaving only minor risks. As the nature of these risks varies, a direct 30% is not readily quantifiable; however, addressing risks from waste oil, hospital hazardous wastes, piggeries and agricultural chemicals as outlined in the logframe will almost entirely mitigate risks to drinking water sources. As such it is considered that it would have more than satisfied a 30% reduction criteria.



  • 30% reduction

Achieved through mitigation of:

  • waste oil sources

  • hospital hazardous wastes

  • piggery waste

  • agricultural chemicals

  • Reports endorsed by Steering Committee
    (Steering Committee minutes)

  • Uncontrolled waste oil disposal sites

  • Uncontrolled piggery waste sites

  • Survey of hospital waste practices

  • Groundwater quality assessment (agricultural chemicals and/or pathogens)

26 Wastewater discharge from demonstration sites meet national effluent standards

Need to develop national effluent standards



  • Regulations met

  • Audit of demonstration system performance against national effluent standards endorsed by Steering Committee

  • None required

27 Water supply storage

New Storage Tank at Fou, Alofi North



  • Commissioning report endorsed by Steering Committee

  • Alofi North water storage capacity

28 National indicator framework implemented

  • Indicators incorporated into national reporting

  • Endorsement by Cabinet
    (Cabinet Minutes)

  • None required

29 Project design and PM&E plan implemented

  • Project and PM&E plan implemented by August 2011

  • Consultation report

  • Endorsed by Project Steering Committee

  • None required

30 National adoption of PM&E approaches implemented

Incorporating MSC and reflection and learning techniques



  • Implemented by July 2012

  • Endorsement by APEX body
    (APEX body minutes)

  • None required

31 Country staff trained in monitoring and PM&E

Based on a needs assessment. Relies on undertaking a assessment against national monitoring needs



  • Training assessment report

  • Report endorsed by Steering Committee

  • None required

33 National IWRM communication plan framework implemented

  • Implemented by July 2012

  • Endorsement by Minister

  • None required

34 Multi-sectoral APEX body in place

  • Implemented by July 2010

  • Endorsement by Minister or Cabinet

  • None required




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