Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 7: Data collection, analysis, and reporting


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Presentation by Tuyeni Mwampamba. The presentation discusses data collection, analysis and reporting in Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) for REDD projects.
  • 1. SBIA Stage 7: Data collection, analysis, and reporting<br />Tuyeni H Mwampamba<br />
  • 2. Outputs from the SIA process<br />Social Impact Assessment Report:<br />Community (Social) Development Plan (CDP)<br />Stipulates the Theory of Change for social issues<br />Mitigation measures for potential negative impacts<br />Community Monitoring Plan <br />Stipulates how Project will keep track of the ToC<br />At the end of the SIA process:<br />You DO NOT have a formal ACTION PLAN for undertaking the Community Development Plan<br />
  • 3. The SIA Report:<br />Introduction<br />Description of the Project (Scope, Objectives)<br />Method<br />Description of the process used (Open Standards, Theory of Change, Key informant interviews, etc)<br />Original conditions in the Project Area<br />General description of the communities (demographics, culture, religion, etc)<br />Land tenure and acquisition<br />Economic activities, p<br />Public services, <br />Governance<br />Stakeholders<br />
  • 4. The SIA Report (cont’d)<br />4. Social Reference/Baseline without Project<br />Describes how existing land use would affect communities in the project area (water, ES, soils, etc)<br />Document existing laws and regulations and describe how they contribute to the most likely future conditions without project<br />Present results of studies that have been conducted to support the likely future scenario of ‘business as usual’<br />Document existing non-project activities in the area that and their planned or intended effect on current social conditions<br />
  • 5. The SIA Report (cont’d)<br />Project design for achieving social Objectives<br />Describe each project activity (Carbon related) and how it could affect communities<br />Community Development Plan<br />Documentation of how communities & stakeholders have been involved in design of CDP<br />Stakeholder Vision statement<br />Justification of Priority Focal issues <br />Describe the theory of change for achieving intended social objectives<br />Identify potential negative impacts and mitigation measures<br />Describe the assumptions and risks and how they will be addressed<br />Describe a clear process for handling unresolved conflicts and grievances during project planning & implementation<br />
  • 6. SIA Report (cont’d)<br />6. Community Impact Monitoring Plan<br />Describe procedures for quantifying and documenting changes in social and economic well-being resulting from project activities for communities and other stakeholders<br />Indicate clearly which communities and stakeholders will be monitored<br />Describe the when, where, who<br />Describe how the monitoring plan and results will be communicated to the public, communities and stakeholders<br />
  • 7. The SIA report (cont’d)<br />7. Verification and validation of SIA Report<br />Describes steps taken to communicate SIA report to communities and stakeholders<br />Document changes and adjustments done to SIA report as a result of the consultations;<br />
  • 8. Data collection & analysis:<br />Data needed: <br />To describe the original conditions<br />To inform the projection of future without project scenarios<br />To form SMART objectives<br />To design an effective monitoring plan <br />Data analysis:<br />Qualitative <br />Quantitative<br />Some agreement on what is a significant social change<br />
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