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Indonesia - Water Resources and Irrigation Sector Management Program Project (Inglês)

The Water Resources and Irrigation Sector Management Program for Indonesia aims to implement water sector reforms in approximately half of the country. Because of the weak capacity and lack of governance experience at local government level, and among the farmer-irrigators, it i s expected that such program w i l l require approximately 10 years. With the parallel support of ADB and JBIC, it i s expected that the whole country can be covered in this time span. The Program's objectives are: (a) Sustainable and equitable management of surface water resources and their utilization infrastructure by: (i) transparent sector governance institutions and, (ii) more accountable and better performing sector agencies. (b) Increased irrigation farm household incomes and improved regional food security as result of raising the overall productivity irrigated agriculture and reducing it s vulnerability to natural and economic shocks through: (i) sustainable participatory irrigation management for more reliable and equitable water provision and, (ii) better agricultural and marketing support services for members of irrigation water user associations. (c) More cost-effective andfiscally sustainable management of sector agencies. There are two main project components. Component 1, Basin Water Resources Management, assists in establishing and/or strengthening sector governance, planning, management capacity, and fiscal and cost recovery for national water agencies/institutions; supports an operational and monitoring system for hydrology, water allocation, basin water quality, flood management as well as a program for river infrastructure management and repair, and establishment of a national water quality monitoring network system. This component also supports a national capacity building network for water resources and irrigation management. Component 2 focuses on Participatory Irrigation Management. It helps build the capacity of water users associations, and improves institutional capacity and operation, and infrastructure of irrigation departments at the kabupaten level.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2003/05/23

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    25941

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Indonésia,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Indonesia - Water Resources and Irrigation Sector Management Program Project

  • Palavras-chave

    river basin management;national water resource;irrigation scheme;river infrastructure;water supply and sanitation sector;Rice and Commodities Regulatory Body;Water Allocation;water quality monitoring;water resources and irrigation;Institutional Development and Capacity;Environmental and Social Safeguard;basin water resource management;Participatory Irrigation Management;national water quality;annual river;bulk water supply service;legal and regulatory framework;Management of Surface Water;general budget allocation;Irrigated Agriculture;investments in infrastructure;extension service;Fiscal Sustainability;management audit;river basin level;ambient water quality;local government administration;national water sector;wastewater discharge fee;wastewater discharge permit;decision support system;provincial water;asset management system;river basin planning;river basin agency;flood control structure;Irrigation and Agriculture;human resource development;maintenance and repair;flood damage assessment;local government management;water dispute resolution;basin management activities;flood control infrastructure;government audit agency;flood protection infrastructure;surface water resource;democracy and governance;demand for performance;water user association;payment for water;water pollution control;agriculture and forestry;integrate water resource;decentralized service delivery;Integrated Resource Management;water use right;large water resource;central government budget;cost recovery mechanism;sustainable water management;water resource law;water quality management;operations and maintenance;increased agricultural productivity;agricultural support service;educational program development;quality assurance program;higher education program;human resource capacity;Civil Service Reform;administrative capacity;field experience;aquatic ecology;management capacity;water abstraction;civil society;complementary investment;management control;administrative procedure;Safeguard Policies;farmer income;sustainable management;irrigation system;crop diversification;infrastructure maintenance;financial sustainability;river water;poor farming;flood warning;external funding;safeguard policy;effluent discharge;good governance;rural income;reporting system;management performance;institutional design;reform implementation;stakeholder involvement;irrigation reform;local condition;household income;educational institution;physical infrastructure;irrigated area;finance rehabilitation;water conservation;poverty alleviation;stakeholder representation;pilot site;National Institutions;Public Services;decentralization program;Investment Support;vulnerable communities;learning platform;public expenditure;sector ministers;conjunctive use;governance institutions;indigenous people;economic shock;equitable water;marketing support;irrigation water;transitional arrangement;operational activity;incremental cost;fiscal position;tax revenue;data processing;provincial budget;procedure manual;flood monitoring;hydrology management;institutional performance;routine maintenance;cost accounting;skill improvement;comparative study;flood management;local financing;investment component;Social Sciences;silt removal;river channel;fiscal performance;cost breakdown;field monitoring;institutional evaluation;satisfactory rating;take time;skill mix;physical work;international network;national accreditation;geographic coverage;regulatory system;stream quality;organizational change;abstraction fees;fiscal burden;hydraulic infrastructure;irrigation network;national budget;water service;Water Services;fee income;political will;land improvement;land improvements;marketing infrastructure;market access;market information;produce food;cash crop;local legislature;land property;financial efficiency;inadequate maintenance;administrative matter;tax collection;political reform;tax law;basin scale;economic regulatory;hydrological data;irrigation authority;management responsibility;technical competence

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