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East Asia and Pacific Region - Integrated Water Resources Management Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2012/02/15

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    66837

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mekong,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2012/02/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    East Asia and Pacific Region - Integrated Water Resources Management Project

  • Keywords

    Water Resource Management;name system;flood and drought risk;physical cultural resources;integrated water resources management;regional water resource;broad range of stakeholders;Natural Resources and Environment;Land and Water Resources;land acquisition;river basin organization;fishery management plan;water quality monitoring;climate change impact;civil works;sustainable fishery management;extreme weather event;strategic environmental assessment;disaster risk assessment;water resource infrastructure;water resource planning;social and environmental;negative environmental impact;development of water;Integrated Pest Management;bank for review;sustainability of ecosystems;safeguard screen;cost benefit analysis;sale of power;human resource development;poor rural community;investment in water;agriculture and forestry;flood protection facility;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;concentration of people;international river basin;water resource availability;water infrastructure development;body of knowledge;conservation of natural;quality assurance group;water resource development;regional economic growth;natural disaster management;climate change resilience;integrate water resource;aquatic resource management;management of water;global water partnership;river basin development;water resource investment;natural habitat;floodplain management;regional operation;construction practices;riparian country;mitigation measure;affected population;hydropower station;public consultation;environmental benefit;ethnic group;wet season;rural livelihood;dry season;Capture Fishery;safeguard issue;rice cultivation;Indigenous Peoples;protected area;fish migration;involuntary resettlement;cross reference;indigenous species;fish passage;natural value;irrigation scheme;Fisheries;ecological integrity;budget constraint;improved communication;flood management;early warning;ecosystem service;climate forecast;hydroelectric facility;drought events;basin resource;information collection;salinity intrusion;drought management;national system;environmental consideration;national boundary;sustainable management;territorial planning;agriculture production;sea water;agricultural land;full participation;monitoring arrangement;engineering practice;forest clearance;land donations;resource access;community consultation;participation process;gender strategy;reporting requirement;government land;policy regard;Ethnic Minorities;organic practice;community irrigation;infrastructure support;culturally sensitive;consultation process;Flood Mitigation;communication strategy;energy generation;hydromet systems;flow regime;foot bridge;access road;environmental gains;energy access;land owner;social safeguard;field visits;vulnerable group;conservation zone;critical habitat;fishing gear;non-governmental organization;regional flood;mining operation;river management;aral sea;cumulative impact;legislative framework;counterpart fund;program finance;accountable system;Water Management;regional harmonization;legal framework;downstream impact;democratic participation;sustainable hydropower;livelihood support;biodiversity value;sustainable community;fishing ground;downstream countries;indigenous fish;financing source;animal protein;pilot activities;information exchange;development partner;financial sustainability;geographic context;sectoral approach;rural area;aquatic animal;surface water;environmental sustainability;cultural value;annual runoff;forestry sector;seasonal flood;flood plain;basic food;irrigation infrastructure;holistic approach;water user;flood regime;soil fertility;rice field;snow melt;monsoon rains;tributary river;small stream;expected loss;Social Welfare;natural hazard;temperature increase;physical asset;hydrological regime;regional dialogue;sustainable harvest;local ownership;participatory planning;irrigation facility;technocratic approach;institutional strengthening;fishing community;timber product;specific clause;fiduciary capacity;legal aspect;funds flow;chemical use

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East Asia and Pacific Region - Integrated Water Resources Management Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/167541468052153280/East-Asia-and-Pacific-Region-Integrated-Water-Resources-Management-Project