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SEMINAR ON SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS AND DELIVERY OF METEOROLOGICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL SERVICES

Johannesburg, South Africa, 11-15 November 2013
(updated as of: 08 January 2014)

 

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1.

OPENING OF THE SEMINAR

N/A
 

2.

ORGANIZATION OF THE SEMINAR

N/A
 

2.1

Provisional Agenda (05.11.2013)

2.1

Secretariat

Done
2.2
 Provisional Programme (05.11.2013)
2.2
Secretariat
and Chair(s)
Done

INF. 1

Case Studies Template Sample

INF. 1

Secretariat

Done
INF. 2
 Logistical Information for Participants
INF. 2
SAWS and
WMO Secretariat
Done

INF. 3

Final List of Participants (18.11.2013)

INF. 3

Secretariat

Done

INF. 4

Document Table of Contents
(Draft, version 5)

INF. 4

Secretariat

Done

INF.5

Guide to the Implementation of a Quality Management System for National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (WMO-No. 1100, 2013 Edition)

INF. 5

Secretariat

Done
SESSION 1
3.

BACKGROUND TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS STUDIES OF METEOROLOGICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL SERVICES

N/A
 
3.1

Introduction and contextual and analytical contributions from the social sciences in support of SEB assessment

3.1
J.K. Lazo
 
3.2

Value chain exercise in small groups

3.2
Participants
 
3.3

Designing a SEB Study

3.2
J.K. Lazo
 
SESSION 2
4.

PRACTICAL STEPS TO CONDUCT A SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS STUDY

N/A
 
4.1

Economic essentials

4.1
J.K. Lazo
 
4.2

Defining and Measuring Benefits

4.2
J.K. Lazo
 
4.3

Exercise on identifying and measuring benefits

4.3
J.K. Lazo
 
4.4

Defining and Measuring Costs

4.4
J. Lazo
 
SESSION 3
5.

COMMUNICATION AND USER PERSPECTIVE

N/A
 
5.1

Benefit-Cost Analysis

5.1
J.K. Lazo
 
5.2

Making the Best Use of SEB Studies and Communicating the Benefits

5.2
J.K. Lazo
 
6.

INTRODUCTION TO THE "METHODOLOGIES ON ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS" PUBLICATION

N/A
6.1

Expanded Outline and Content

6.1
H. Kootval
 
6.2

How to use the Publication

6.2
H. Kootval
 
6.3

Discussion on the Outline

6.3
Participants
 
SESSION 4
7.

IMPROVING THE OUTLINE OF THE PUBLICATION

N/A
 
7.1

Introducing changes to the Content and Outline

7.1
Participants
 
SESSION 5
8.

CASE STUDIES RELATED TO COST-BENEFITS ASSESSMENTS IN REAL CASES RELATED TO NMHSs

N/A
 
8.1

Evaluation of Socio-Economic Benefits of using weather and climate information in the Marine and Port Services Sectors in Mozambique

8.1

J.K. Lazo
A.J. Manhique

 
8.2

Evaluation of Economic Benefits of application of Meteorological Information to Hydropower generation

8.2
J. Nkomoki
 
8.3

Contribution of the Meteorological Services in the Water Resources Management of Mauritius

8.3
R. Mungra
 
8.4

A qualitative case study of the socio-economic benefits in Southern Africa

8.4
E. Poolman
 
8.5

The Economic Value of the South African National Space Programme for Ocean and Coastal Governance

8.5
S. Bernard
 
8.6

Estimating the value of observing systems

8.6
B. Scholes
 
SESSION 6
9.

SERVICE DELIVERY AND THE WMO STRATEGY FOR SERVICE DELIVERY AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

N/A
 
9.1

An Introduction to the Strategy and the Implementation Plan

9.1
H. Kootval
 
9.2

An explanation of what is meant by Service Delivery

9.2
C. Hubbard
 
  • The Service Delivery Progress Model
  • Developing a Business Case
9.3

Introduction to Strategy Elements 1
and 2

9.3
C. Hubbard
 
9.4

Introduction to Strategy Element 3

9.4
C. Hubbard
 
9.5

Introduction to Strategy Elements 4
and 5

9.5
C. Hubbard
 
9.6

Introduction to Strategy Element 6

9.6
C. Hubbard
 
9.7

Summary of Service Delivery section including introduction to the following day

9.7
C. Hubbard
 
SESSION 7
10.

APPLICATION OF THE SERVICE DELIVERY PROGRESS MODEL

N/A
 
10.1

Introdution to undertaking an assessment of a Service Delivery Model

10.1
C. Hubbard
 
10.2

Participants completion of an assessment using the Maturity Matrixl

10.2
C. Hubbard
 
10.3

Participants report back on Service Delivery assessement

10.3
Participants
 
10.4

Next steps for WMO implementing Service Delivery Implementation

10.4
H. Kootval
 
SESSION 8
11.

REVIEW OF THE SEMINAR

N/A
 
11.1

Review of the Seminar and concluding remarks

11.1
H. Kootval
 
11.2

Concluding remarks

11.2

SAWS
and the
WMO Secretariat

 
11.3

Closure of the Seminar

11.3

SAWS

 

 

 

 
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