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Pakistan - Balochistan Integrated Water Resources Management and Development Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Balochistan Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and Development Project for Pakistan is to strengthen provincial government capacity for water resources monitoring and management and to improve community-based water management for targeted irrigation schemes in Balochistan. This project comprises three components. The first component, institutions, capacity and information will support a gradual transition to IWRM approaches in Balochistan in line with the existing IWRM policy. It will support institutional restructuring, professional development, installation and operation of hydro-meteorological systems, and establishment of multi-agency river basin information systems that provide public access to all available hydromet data for the two project basins. It has two sub-components. i) It will support institutional strengthening and restructuring, and ii) It will support hydro-meteorological data collection and management to provide the required information platform for improved water resources planning. The second component, water infrastructure and management investments will support implementation of IWRM sectoral investments in the Nari and Porali basins within a framework of community mobilization and participation. This components has three sub-components includes i) Construction and/or rehabilitation of irrigation and potable water supply facilities; flood protection infrastructure; ii) Related watershed and rangeland management; and iii) On-farm water management and agricultural productivity activities. The third component, project management and technical assistance will finance expenditures associated with overall project implementation costs, including incremental costs associated with the Project Management Unit (PMU) and the Project Implementation Units (PIUs), Project Supervision and Implementation Assistance (PSIA)consultants, M&E consultants, and implementation of Management Plans and Strategic Studies including the Environmental Management Plan (EMP), the Social Mitigation Plan and the Gender Action Plan (GAP). Study tours will also be included with piloting of new technologies and others that may be identified during project implementation, as well as feasibility studies for other river basins.


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    Pakistan - Balochistan Integrated Water Resources Management and Development Project

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