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China - Jiangxi Wuxikou Integrated Flood Management Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Jiangxi Wuxikou Integrated Flood Management Project for China is to reduce the flood risk in the central urban area of Jingdezhen city through implementation of priority structural and non-structural measures, and contribute to establishment of an integrated flood risk management system for the city. There are four components to the project. The first component of the project is construction of Wuxikou flood control scheme. This component includes: acquisition and installation of electro-mechanical equipment of five radial gates, and implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP). The second component of the project is capacity building for integrated flood risk management system. This component includes: preparation of a master plan of integrated flood risk management for Jingdezhen city, and provision of equipment for a municipal flood control and dispatching center, including essential operation equipment to facilitate efficient functioning of the municipal flood management system. The third component of the project is implementation of resettlement action plan. This component includes: investment in resettlement, investment in special infrastructure, and reallocation of effected section of railway. The fourth component of the project is project management and implementation support. This component includes: provision of consulting services to enhance engineering design, construction supervision, dam safety and environmental and social management, including the formation and maintenance of a dam safety panel of experts, and acquisition of office equipment and vehicles, and provision of operating resources.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2013/02/07

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    74403

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2013/04/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Jiangxi Wuxikou Integrated Flood Management Project

  • Palavras-chave

    social and economic development;pest management plan;National Development and Reform Commission;Environmental and Social Management Plan;flood risk management system;Risks and Mitigation Measures;impact of climate change;monitoring and evaluation system;Disaster Response and Recovery;sustainable natural resource management;monitoring and evaluation plan;central urban area;flood protection level;concrete gravity dam;flood protection standard;decision support system;flood management system;awareness raising activity;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;flood control system;flood control structure;social and environmental;procurement training course;provision of equipment;emergency preparedness plan;resettlement and rehabilitation;project affected persons;flood hazard reduction;domestic water supply;project feasibility studies;civil works;financial management arrangement;law and regulation;seminars and workshops;flood protection system;early warning system;source of financing;dam safety panel;natural habitat protection;construction of dikes;urban drainage system;readiness for implementation;flood risk assessment;reliable water supply;flood control scheme;mountain flash flood;resettlement action plan;land use planning;dam failure analysis;gdp growth rate;flora and fauna;flood control infrastructure;loss of vegetation;compensation for farmer;international good practice;physical cultural resources;number of women;flood prevention activities;improved water supply;high hazard dam;managing dam safety;dam water;downstream water supply;flood event;counterpart fund;cumulative impact;land acquisition;result indicator;adaptive management;aquatic habitat;environmental flow;public consultation;reservoir management;procurement staff;resettlement sites;installed capacity;electro-mechanical equipment;Power Generation;main river;cumulative target;safety check;flood disaster;Technical Training;development study;river flow;city government;River basin;transmission line;operational rules;dam height;water resource;dam site;flood level;overflow spillway;radial gates;financial arrangement;retroactive financing;construction supervision;institutional context;financial source;hydropower plant;project costing;engineering design;storage capacity;raise awareness;grace period;rural farmer;consulting service;dry season;process use;Environmental Assessment;rodent control;budget line;annual budget;resettlement implementation;minimum requirement;Consulting services;city resident;capacity assessment;principal risk;public health;peak demand;site selection;financial staff;impact survey;baseline data;socio-economic survey;reservoir area;Social Assessment;information dissemination;reservoir clearing;flood forecast;fish diversity;small hydropower;rainy season;discharge volume;catchment area;outreach activity;independent reporting;safety management;satisfactory review;existing dam;ecological function;terrestrial biodiversity;fixed asset;scientific institution;community facilitator;fish breeding;fish migration;migration pattern;fish species;river morphology;Disaster Risk;environmental consequence;building construction;flood damage;camp management;safety plan;urban resident;surveillance plan;community engagement;meteorological data;interagency coordination;environmental performance;hydropower facility;safety status;outcome indicator;social impact;soil erosion;waste generation;construction work;hazardous chemical;urban population;environmental mitigation;dam operation;flood regulation;Fixed Assets;exchange rate;institutional framework;overseas study;environmental study;simulation model;competitive bidding;climate adaptation;construction planning;Exchange Rates;river flooding;downtown area;geological investigations;river section;agricultural land;green growth;water infrastructure;urban poor;procurement process;fiscal capacities;small fraction;fiscal analysis;organizational structure;future flood;fiscal revenue;external monitoring;annual monitoring;resettlement activities

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