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First General Meeting

First General Meeting of
the African Clean Cities Platform (ACCP)

2018.06.26〜28

Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

The First General Meeting of the African Clean Cities Platform (ACCP) was organized in Rabat, the capital of Morocco for three days from 26 to 28 June, 2018. Approximately 220 participants from central and local governments from 32 African countries, various public agencies, private enterprises and Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV) shared information and knowledge regarding solid waste management.

On the first day, Moroccan officials shared progress of and knowledge gained through implementation of national programs and strategies of municipal solid waste management in the morning session. In the afternoon, the participants visited the transfer station in Sale and the waste landfilling and valorization center in Oum Azza.

On the second day, there were two main topics; i.e., data collection for sustainable development goals (SDGs), especially SDG Indicator 11.6.1, 12.4.2 and 12.5.1*, and Public Private Partnership. In addition, result of the stakeholder and problem analysis based on the data collected at the preparatory meeting in Maputo and waste treatment technologies of several Japanese enterprises were presented.

On the third day, financial issues such as how to promote investment in waste management in Africa were discussed, and progress of ACCP activities and plans toward TICAD 7 to be held in 2019 were presented. At the end of the conference, Rabat Declaration was adapted unanimously among the participants to confirm carrying out further efforts for realizing appropriate solid waste management under the ACCP framework.

*:
SDG 11.6.1: Proportion of urban solid waste regularly collected and with adequate final discharge out of total urban solid waste generated, by cities.
SDG 12.4.2 : Hazardous waste generated per capita and proportion of hazardous waste treated, by type of treatment.
SDG 12.5.1 : National recycling rate, tons of material recycled.

Venue
Conference Center of Ministry of Interior, Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco
Language
English and French (with simultaneous interpretation)
Co-organizers
Ministry of Interior(MOI), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOFAIC), and State Secretariat of Sustainable Development (SEDD) of Morocco, MOEJ, JICA, UNEP, UN-Habitat, City of Yokohama
Co-chairs
Mr. Abdelouafi Laftit, Minister of Interior of Morocco / Mr. Tadahiko Ito, State Minister of the Environment of Japan
加盟国・都市

Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central Africa, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, DR Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOEJ), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), City of Yokohama, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), African Development Bank (AfDB), Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)

Key Documents

Rabat Declaration(MoEJ Web site)

Day 1 (26 june)

Knowledge-Sharing on Waste Management in Morocco

Time Contents
Moderator Nouzha Bouchareb
08:30-09:00 1. Registration
09:00-09:30 2. Welcoming Remarks
Mr. Abdelouafi Laftit, Minister of MOI
Mr. Aziz Rabbah, Minister of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development
Mr. Mounia Boucetta, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
Mr. Tadahiko Ito, State Minister, MOEJ
Summary(34.0KB)
09:30-10:00 3. Family Photo
10:00-10:30 Tea Break
10:30-12:30 4. Presentation of Moroccan Knowledge and Experience
– 30min for each including Q&A and Open discussion by participants
 
(1) Moroccan Experience in the field of Household and Similar Waste Management – National Program of Household and Similar Waste.
Mr. Anass Laraichi, Head of Service, Directorate of Water and Sanitation, General Directorate of Local Collectivity (DGCL)
Summary(34.1KB)
presentation(431KB)
(2) Improving Municipal Solid Waste Management -Case of the City of TIZNIT.
Mr. Ahmed Hanni, TIZNIT Commune.
Summary(33.7KB)
presentation(2.89MB)
(3) National Strategy for Sustainable Development and Territorialization of its Implementation in Morocco
Ms. Rajae Chafil, Director of Observation, Studies and Planning, SEDD
Summary(33.8KB)
presentation(4.32MB)
(4) Overview of the Project for Elaboration of the National Strategy for Treatment of Household and Similar Waste
Mr. Fouad Zakari, Head of service, (DGCL), Directorate of Water and Sanitation
Summary(33.8KB)
presentation(543KB)
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-17:00

5. Site Visit

– Transfer station of the city of SALE
– Waste landfilling and valorisation center of Oum Azza- RABAT.

Summary(29.2KB)

Day 2 (27 june)

Knowledge-Sharing on Data Collection for SDGs and Public Private Partnership

Time Contents
Moderator Mustapha Brakez
9:30-10:00 1.Result of Stakeholder Analysis and Problem Analysis for Assessing Solid Waste Management in Maputo -Importance of Institutional Building for African Clean Cities
Dr. Mitsuo Yoshida, Technical Advisor on Waste Management, JICA
Summary(32.8KB)
presentation(1.25MB)
presentation(1.59MB)
10:00-10:45

2. Data Collection for SDGs -15min for each including Q&A-

(1) Data Collection for Improvement of Waste Management
Dr. Kosuke Kawai, Senior Researcher, National Institute for Environmental Studies of Japan
Summary(32.5KB)
presentation(1.21MB)
(2) SDG Indicator 11.6.1 – Methodology and Way Forward
Ms. Joyce Ouma, Waste Management Unit, Urban Basic Services, UN-Habitat
Summary(33.5KB)
presentation(2.99MB)
(3) SDG indicator 12.4.2 & 12.5.1– Methodology and Pilot Results
Mr. David Marquis, Chemicals and Waste Project, SDGs Data & Information Unit, Science Division, UNEP
Summary(33.6KB)
presentation(1.64MB)
10:45-11:15 Tea Break
11:15-11:45 (4) Report on Trial Activity of Data Collection for SDG Indicator 11.6.1 in Egypt
Ms. Nahed Youssef Abdou Elsayed, Chief Executive Officer, Waste Management Regulatory Agency, Ministry of Environment, Egypt
Summary(34.1B)
presentation(784KB)
(5) Report on Trial Activity of Data Collection for SDG Indicator 11.6.1 in Abuja, Nigeria
Mr. Abdullahi, Atiku Abubakar Audu,, Principal Town Planning Officer, Abuja Environmental Protection Board, Nigeria
Summary(34.5KB)
presentation(2.12MB)
11:45-12:40 3. Panel Discussion on Data Collection and Appropriate SDGs Monitoring Methodologies in Africa
Moderator:
Ms. Ludgarde Coppens, Head of Unit, SDG Data and Information Unit, Science Division, UNEP
Dr. Graham Alabaster, Unit Leader, Waste Management Unit, Urban Basic Services Branch, UN-Habitat
Dr. Kees Baldé, Senior Programme Officer, Sustainable Cycles Programme (SCYCLE), Vice Rectorate in Europe, United Nations University
Mr. Andy Whiteman, Director, Wasteaware, Resource and Waste Advisory Group, RWA Group
Mr. Hisashi Yamauchi, Deputy Advisor, JICA Project for Integrated Solid Waste Management System in Federal Capital Territory in Nigeria
Ms. Nouzha Bouchareb, General Director, Hydroprotec Consult, Morocco
Summary(38.7KB)
presentation(640KB)
12:40-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 4.Public Private Partnership on Waste Management in Japan
– 15min for each company
 
(1) A Japanese Technology for Improvement of Solid Waste Management in Africa
Mr. Takuya Katagiri, Global Business Division, Daiki Axis Co.,Ltd
Summary(32.9KB)
presentation(3.33MB)
(2) A Japanese Technology for Improvement of Solid Waste Management in Africa
Mr. Eiji Nakazono, President, Eco-Stage Engineering Co., Ltd.
Summary(33.3KB)
presentation(2.20MB)
(3) A Japanese Technology for Improvement of Solid Waste Management in Africa
Mr. Takeo Tokunari, Director, International Development Division, Meiwa Co.,Ltd.
Summary(32.0KB)
presentation(2.81MB)
(4) A Japanese Technology for Improvement of Solid Waste Management in Africa
Mr. Naoyuki Kano, Gérant, Tottori Resourec Recycling Morocco
Summary(31.9KB)
presentation(1.07MB)
15:00-15:30 Tea Break
15:30-16:30 5. Case Studies and Knowledge Sharing on Waste Management in Africa
- 20min for each
(1) Public Private Partnership on Waste Management in Morocco
Mr. Abdelouafi Said, Président de l’AMCN (Moroccan Association for collection and cleaning)
Summary(31.3KB)
presentation(363KB)
(2) North-South Cooperation Across the Borderline in Sudan
Mr. Gosai Ahmed Mohammed, Waste Management Director, Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources and Physical Development of Sudan
Mr. Diseremo Sebit John Amin, Director of Environmental Management, Juba City Council, South Sudan
Summary(34.0KB)
presentation(2.32MB)
(3) Emergency Response Plan for Landfill Collapse Accident in Maputo (15min)
Mr. Joao Agostinho Mucavele, Municipal Director for Waste Management and Cemetry, Maputo City Municipal Council, Mozambique
Summary(33.0KB)
presentation(2.98MB)
Comments/Suggestions from City of Yokohama (5min)
Ms. Chie Tachibana, Director of Management of Reclaimed Land for Disposal Division, Resources and Waste Recycling Bureau, City of Yokohama, Japan
Summary(29.2KB)
presentation(0.99MB)
16:30-17:20 6. Panel Discussion on Public Private Partnerships on Waste Management in Africa
Moderator:
Dr. Mitsuo Yoshida, Technical Advisor on Waste Management, JICA
Mr. Mustapha Brakez, Environmental Consultant, SEGU (Société d’Environnement et de Genie Urbain), Morocco
Mr. Hiroshi Kato, Chief Adviser, JICA Project for Elaboration of the National Strategy for Treatment of Household and Similar Waste in Morocco
Mr. Maxwell Mwewa Nkoya, Director Operations, Zambia Environmental Management Agency
Mr. Patrick Medius Nyirenda, Environmental Officer, Department of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Natural Resouces, Energy and Mining
Mr. Patrick Wangombe Theuri, Deputy Director of Environment, County Government of Kiambu, Kenya
Summary(38.5KB)
presentation(1.67MB)

Day 3 (28 june)

Financing Waste Management Improvement in Africa and ACCP Action Plan

Time Contents
Moderator Mr. Zakaria Driss
09:30-10:20 1. Presentations on Financing Waste Management Improvement
– 20min for UNEP, 15min for others including Q&A
(1) Overview of African Waste Management Outlook and Good Case Studies in the Region
Prof. Abdouraman Bary, Regional Subprogramme Coordinator (Chemicals, Waste & Air Quality), Africa Office UNEP
Mr. Mohamed Atani, Head of Communication and Outreach, Africa Office, UNEP
Summary(35.8KB)
presentation(2.81MB)
(2) AfDB’s Engagements in Waste Management
Mr. Ousseynou Guene, Chief Sanitation & Hygiene Officer, African Development Bank(AfDB)
Summary(33.1KB)
presentation(2.10MB)
(3) UN-Habitat’s Effort to support SWM Project Formulation in Africa
Mr. Thomas Chiramba, Senior Human Settlements Officer, Regional Office of Africa, UN-Habitat
Summary(33.5KB)
presentation(2.28MB)
10:20-10:50 Tea Break
Moderator Dr. Megumi Muto
10:50-11:50 2.Panel Discussion on African Clean Cities Platform as a Vehicle to Promote Investment in Waste Management in Africa
Moderator:
Dr. Megumi Muto, Director General, Global Environment Department, JICA
Mr. Ousseynou Guene, Chief Sanitation & Hygiene Officer, AfDB
Ms. Naoko Yokobori, Senior Representative, Representative Office in Paris, JBIC
Prof. Abdouraman Bary, Regional Subprogramme Coordinator (Chemicals, Waste & Air Quality), Africa Office UNEP
Mr. Thomas Chiramba, Senior Human Settlements Officer, Regional Office of Africa, UN-Habitat
Mr.Bantihun, Kassahun Tsegaye, Solid Waste Re-Use & Re-Cycling Director, Addis Ababa City Solid Waste Recycling & Disposal Project Office, Ethiopia
Summary(35.2KB)
presentation(1.71MB)
11:50-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:35 3. Interim Report and Action Plan towards TICAD VII  
(1) Report of the 1st Year Activities and the Latest Action Plan of ACCP toward TICAD VII
Mr. Sei Kondo, ACCP Secretariat/Director of Environmental Management Group, Global Environment Department, JICA
Summary(32.5KB)
presentation(2.51MB)
(2) Results of the Questionnaire Survey and Publication of African Waste Profile in TICAD VII
Mr. Ikuo Mori, Leader of JICA Study Team
Summary(33.4KB)
presentation(1.40MB)
(3) Results of the Training Program in Yokohama and Future Plans
Mr. Kazuo Fukuyama, Director General of Resources and Waste Recycling Bureau, City of Yokohama, Japan
Summary(33.9KB)
presentation(6.35MB)
(4) UNEP& UN-Habitat Draft Action Plan of ACCP toward TICAD VII案
Mr. Graham Alabaster, Unit Leader, Waste Management Unit, Urban Basic Services Branch UN-Habitat
Ms. Ludgarde Coppens, Head of Unit, SDG Data and Information Unit, Science Division, UNEP
Summary(33.2KB)
presentation(1.34MB)
(5) Action Plan towards TICAD VII by the Japanese government
Mr. Tadahiko Ito, State Minister, MOEJ
Summary(31.9KB)
presentation(1.02MB)
14:35-15:00 Q&A and Comments on ACCP Action Plan towards TICAD VII
15:00-15:30 Tea Break
15:30-16:00 4. Adopting Rabat Declaration
Moderator:
Mr. Shigemoto Kajihara, Special Assistant to the Ministry of the Environment, MOEJ
Dr. Megumi Muto, Director General, Global Environment Department, JICA
Summary(27.9KB)
5. Closing Remarks
Mr. Mohamed Benyahya, Secretary General of SEDD
Mr. Tadahiko Ito, State Minister, MOEJ
Summary(28.0KB)
17:00 Reception

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