Adaptation Indicators for Sectors

Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology

No.

Name of Indicators

Definitions, Criteria

Year of Baseline

Responsibility

1.

Area of rice field that covered by irrigation system (general)

N/A

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Planning

2

Area of rice field that cover by climate resilient irrigation system

a) Water is available during both rainy season and dry season, which can meet the needs of those rice crop areas in all seasons;

b) The irrigation system has good operation in supplying and draining of water in the command area;

c) There exists institutional mechanism and budget for maintenance and rehabilitation;

d) Measure to respond to the needs of water stress in dry season and flooding (mobile water plumbing machines)

 

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Planning, and Department of Agriculture Irrigation,

3

Number of farmer use communities trained on climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. 

 

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Planning; Department for Farmer Water User Community

Ministry Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

No.

Name of Indicators

Criteria, Variable, and Calculation Method

Year of Baseline

In-Charge Department

1.

Area of planted climate resilient rice varieties

a) Least impacted by floods and droughts (Sen Pidoa, Chulsa, IR66…);

b) Saline resistant and Floating rice

c) Relatively high Yield/production compared to other rice varieties.

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Planning and Agriculture Statistics

2

Area of rice fields damaged by climate change: flood, drought, storm, and pest outbreak

Disaggregated by event: flood, drought and pest

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Planning and Agriculture Statistics

Ministry of Rural Development

No.

Name of Indicators

Definitions/Criteria

Year of Baseline

Responsibility

1.

Length of Rural Road (general)

Length of roads under management of Ministry of Rural Development. There are four types of Rural Roads:

Type 1 - Connect from National Road or Provincial Road to a district; Rural Type 2 - Connect from district to commune;

Type 3 – Connect from commune to commune; and Type 4 – Connect from commune to village or from village to village.

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Rural Road (MRD)

2

Length of road with climate resilience/proofing design standards

a) VRA is conducted to define vulnerability and historical of impact as a basis for designing climate resilient roads; and

b) The road structure has good drainage with bridges, culverts and road crest level is higher than maximum flood level; and

c) Improved road pavement with DBST, concrete, or use of  geo-textile materials to strengthen basement; and

d) The road slopes are protected by grasses or trees (bio-engineering)

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Rural Road (MRD)

3

Percentage of people access to safe and sanitation drinking water. The drinking water that resilient to climate change.

a) Supply by water pipe of the Water Supply Authority; and

b) Well that protected from flood, no pollution from waste water, and garbage; and

c) Pond water or natural water with treatment before drinking.

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Rural Water Supply (MRD)

4

Percentage of family with sanitation toilet that resilient to climate change

a) Toilet with septic tank and water proof; and

b) Built higher than flood water level.

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

 

Ministry of Public Works and Transport

No.

Name of Indicators

Definitions, Criteria

Year of Baseline

Responsibility

1.

Length of National Road and Provincial (general)

Length of roads under management of MPWT. The road networks consist of 1 digit and 2 digit national roads, provincial roads (3 and 4 digit) connected from Capital City to province, from province to province, from province to district and from one national road to another national road.

 

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Road Infrastructure

2

Length of road with climate resilience/proofing design standards

a) VRA is conducted to define vulnerability and historical of impact as a basis for designing climate resilient roads; and

b) The road structure has good drainage with bridges, culverts and road crest level is higher than maximum flood level; and

c) Improved road pavement with DBST, concrete, or use of  geo-textile materials to strengthen pavement and basement; and

d) The road slopes are protected by grasses or trees (bio-engineering)

2014,2015, 2016, 2017

Department of Road Infrastructure

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