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Plan of Operation on Dissemination Unit of Water Resources Management and Technology; DUWRMT
Launching of CRBOM in Solo April 28, 2009

1. Scope of Work of “ CD Project for RBOs in Practical Water Resources Management and Technology”
2. Policy & Strategies of Operation DUWRMT on Of CD for RBOs Through IWRM 3. Mission of RBO Under Water Law 2004 4. Organization of The Project 5. Plan of Operation 6. What We Have Done Up to Now?

1. Overall Goal The capacity of RBOs related to implementation  of practical WRM is enhanced at the basin level. 2. Project Purposes The capacity development system for RBOs by  DUWRMT in practical water resources management is  established. 

Scope of Works of the CD Project for RBOs in WRMT-2

3. Outputs
1) DUWRMT has sufficient capability to conduct the  training to RBO staffs. 2) Prioritized guidelines and manuals are developed  and organized for practical water resources  management of RBOs. Pilot River Activities 3) Mechanism of counselling to RBOs of water  resources management through DUWRMT is  established.

2. Operational Policy & Strategies of DUWRM On CD For RBOs Through IWRM OPS-1: “4 I Approach ” for Successful IWRM Institutional Setup
Central Government Infrastructure IWRM Policy

Well-matched Operation Involvement of of DUWRMT is & Stakeholders important! Communities


2. OPS Of DUWRM On CD For RBOs Through IWRM-2

OPS-2: Customer (RBO) Oriented Service
Diagnostic Study & Monitoring on RBO  Performance in Practical WRMT Customer –Needs‐Oriented Training Plan  in   Curriculum , OJT and Counseling 

On the other hand,  Ownership of RBO  is  Contribution to RBOs to the Formulation   of Staff Capacity Development Plan  in  Essential!

Practical WRMT

Find Out Weakness to be Improved Through Diagnostic RBO Performance Study and Monitoring
Eval on uati i tem 1 H ydrol . ogy I cator V al ndi ue (0) N o A cti on (1) Poor 2) R el ve poo ati (3) G ood (4) R el ve ati (5) Excel ent Excel ent

  1  ydrol 1. H ogy I nfrastructure   1. 1  al B esar R esponsi lti   1. B ai bii es  and R ati onalzati i on   1. 2  ther A genci and C oordi on    1. O es nati 1. 3 1. 1. O &M of H ydrol 2 ogy Stati ons 1. O perati A cti ti 3 on vi es

Find out current level ! R egisters Stati I on nventory

Set Goal !

1. 1 D ata C olecti 3. l on 1. 2 Fi d Staff 3. el 1. 3 D i 3. scharge M easurem ent on Fl ood 1. 4 D i 3. scharge M easurem ent on Low W ater 1. 5 R ati C urves 3. ng 1. 6 D ata Processi 3. ng 1. 7 Softw are U se and D evel 3. opm ent 1. 8 Q ualty C ontrol and Q ualty A ssurance 3. i i 1. 9 D ata Publcati 3. i on 1. D ata C om m uni on System 4 cati 1. 1 Tel eter system 4. em

Gap  Filling

“DUWRMT is a one side of  coin and RBO is a another !”
● Ownership ● “Capacity  Development  Plan for human  resources in  RBO”
RBO are Customers. What are Customers’ needs?

Needs Survey Customers’ CS is important ! Needs should
come first in DUWRMT service.

● Training Plan  Curriculum ● Counseling Plan ● “home doctor” “Carte” ● OJTs for staff of  RBOs 

Costumer oriented service
CS  survey “Carte”
Curriculum corresponding  to  RBO Needs

Counseling  as a home  doctor  

OJT   corresponding  to  RBO Needs

2. OPS Of DUWRM On CD For RBOs Through IWRM-3

OPS-3: Time Perspective Approach Short Term, Medium Term and  Long  Term RBO Capacity Development  Plan Let’s  start from what we can do now to solve the problems being right in front of  our eyes. Contribute to RBOs in the  Formulation  of Staff Capacity  Development Plan  in Practical WRMT

Natural Disasters in
Case 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 743 615

Water disasters  caused 2.7 million  refugees.  
420 222


Cultivate “doers” and  Take ”Mind set  Water   Draught Land Slide Others approach” Disaster

“The Study on Natural Disaster Management in Indonesia” JICA,2008.3.

2. OPS Of DUWRM On CD For RBOs Through IWRM-4

OPS-4: Program Based Rolling Plan Approach
Introducing ”a program based rolling plan  approach” by setting up target objectives through  combining appropriate schemes of projects in  Indonesia for IWRM, including facilitating the  continuation of on‐going project activities in order to  achieve the overall goal of capacity development of  RBOs. 

Image of Program Based Approach
The Project
Guidelines/ Manuals 9 subjects

Specified other projects Pilot river activities on specified subjects collaborating with other project in term of WRMT
( on going)

CD for RBO related

a) Basin Water Resources Management Strategic Plan b) Basin Water Resources Management Master Plan c) Basin Water Resources Management   Implementation Plan d) Implementation of  Water Resources Management e) Technical Recommendation  on Water Supply , Water Allocation, Water Use and  Water Use Right in the  Basin f) Water  Resources O&M in the Basin

g) Management of Hydrological System h) Systematization of Water Resources Related Data   and Information i) Support for Basin Water Resources Management  Coordination Committee j)  Community Participation in  Water Resources  Management k) Operation of River Basin Organization

4.  Organization of the Project
Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) Plenary Session

Secretariat (DUWRMT)

Task Force Team on DUWRMT

Task Force Team on Guideline /Manual

Task Force Team on Counseling

5.  Plan of Operation

Guideline/Manual  & Pilot River
Task Force Team on Guideline/Manual

1. Hydrology

3. Integrated Flood Management

5. Dam O&M

7. Water Quality Manage ment 6. River Facilities O&M

9. Public Participation

2. Water Allocation
Pilot River:

4. River Area Management

8. Swamp Management

Brantas River

6.  What We Have Done up to Now?
Guideline/Manual Development Hydrology Water Allocation Dam O&M Public Participation

Guideline/Manual Development ‐1
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material)

0 IWRM Concept IWRM 1 Hydrology

Develop Indonesian IWRM  CP Software Guideline through Lessons  JP&UNESCO =Guideline on in the Past!Manual ★


(Dr. Ir. Agung Bagiawan,M.Eng.) ⇔ Dr.Sugimura 1.4. Responsibility and regulation of river basin organization regarding hydrology observation. 1.5. Plan on Distribution of hydrological gauging station 1.6. Inventory of hydrology observation equipment facilities 1.7. Rainfall observation JP Manual ★ 1.8. Water level observation. JP Manual ★ 1.9. Low Water discharge observation JP Manual ★ 1.10. Flood discharge observation JP Manual ★ 1.11. H-Q rating curves 1.12. Management of hydrology data 1.13. Web publication of hydrology data JP Manual ★

Good Hydrological  Observation is essential  for IWRM.

Do Flood Discharge  Observation!

★ ★

Lod Float★ OJT

Guideline/Manual Development ‐2
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software

River Basin Water Allocation 2 Management
(Drs. Waluyo Hatmoko, M.Sc) ⇔ Dr.Sugimura
2.1. Water use licensing 2.2. Water allocation plan 2.3. Water allocation model 2.4. Data requirements for annual allocation 2.5. Data requirement for real-time allocation 2.6. 2.6. 2.7. JP Manual ★ Jeneberang☆ Jeneberang☆ Jeneberang☆ ☆

Water Use Right is a  JP Manual Key!  Developed  ★ Low water runoff model (maintenance flow) Water allocation coordination Indonesian Manual. Jeneberang☆ Drought management

2.9. O&M budget 2.10. Problems and issues

Guideline/Manual Development ‐3
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items

SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into
Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) Guideline on IFM ☆ CP Others Software


Integrated Flood Management
(Dr. Ir. Fransisca Mulyantari, M.Eng.) ⇔ Dr.Sugimura 3.4. Flood risk assesment 3.5. Integrated watershed management 3.6. Structural measures 3.7. Cooping with flood 3.8. Flood disaster preparedness 3.8.3. Public awareness

☆CBFDM in Brangkal Save People! in Brangkal 3.8.4. Planning for emergency response ☆CBFDM 3.8.5. Flood forecasting and early warning Community Based     ☆CBFDM in Brangkal systems 3.9. Emergeny response Flood Disaster  3.10. Recovery and rehabilitation 3.12. Flash flood Mitigation 3.13. Modelling 3.13.1. Flood frequency analysis 3.13.2. Rainfall-runoff modelling approach / 3.13.3. Hydraulic or hydrodynamic modeling approach 3.14. Flood mapping ☆CBFDM in Brangkal ☆CBFDM in Brangkal ★ IFAS★ HEC-Ras ★

Guideline/Manual Development ‐4
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software

4 River Area Management (Ir. Rahardjanto, CES)
⇔ 4.1. Regulations


4.2. River benefit area and river control area 4.3. Organizations relevant to river area management 4.4. Activities permissible and prohibited 4.5. Regulations about illegal activities and it's management 4.6. O&M budget 4.7. Problems and issues

Guideline/Manual Development ‐5
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software

O&M (under discussion) 5 Dam Mudjihardjo, ME) (Djoko Mr.Shirakawa

⇔ 5.1. Guideline for dam O&M (Sugested by JICA JP Manual ★(Some part done) Team) (OJTs for filed staff regarding to flood control and dam disaster prevention) Training materials to be developed (Sugested by C/P) 5.2. Principle of soil mechanics and instrumentation in embankment 5.3. Processing, evaluating and analyzing instrument readings for dam safety 5.4. Basic engineering geology for dam 5.5. Basic soil mechanics for dam 5.6. Basic dam engineering 5.7. Slope stability and seepage analysis 5.8. Sedimentation 5.9. Calculation of inflow and outflow 5.10. Hydrological observation station at upstream of reservoir

Guideline/Manual Development ‐6
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items

SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into
Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software


River Facities O&M
(Ir. Hermono S. Budinetro, M.Eng.) ⇔ Mr.Shirakawa 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Definitions and meanings of maintenance terminology 6.3. Design of river operation and maintenance program 6.4. Annual schedule of activities 6.5. Inventorying and annual inspections 6.6. Surveys 6.7. River morphology 6.8. Manual on maintenance of water gates, pumps and other machineries(Ir. Sudarta ) 6.9. Manual on maintenance of electric telecommunication equipment 6.10. Management of regulated floodplain areas 6.11. Organizational and institutional matters 6.12. River O&M planning activities 6.13. Detailed planning of implementation 6.14. Implementation, monitoring and evaluation

Guideline/Manual Development ‐7
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) ( )⇔ CP Others Software

. 7 Water Quality Management Ir. Iskandar A Yusuf, M.Sc Dr.Sugimura 7.1. General 7.2. Water quality program 7.2.1. Planning 7.2.2. Action plan of WQM 7.2.3. Implementation of action plan 7.2.4. Evaluation 7.3. Water quality monitoring network 7.3.1. WQM-locations 7.3.2. WQM-parameters 7.3.3. Frequency of sampling 7.3.4. Introductory sampling and analysis 7.4. Water pollution control 7.5. Water quality database 7.6. QC and QA 7.7. Participatory measures of water pollution source 7.8. O&M budget 7.9. Problems and issues

Guideline/Manual Development ‐8
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software

8 Swamp Management Derry Indrawan, ST, MT

( )⇔ Dr.Sugimura 8.1. Introduction 8.2. Zonation of swamp area 8.3. Water management 8.3.1. Macro water management system 8.3.2. Design of hydraulic structures 8.3.3. Modeling of water management system 8.3.4. Example of water management 8.4. Soil/land management 8.4.1. Land characteristics 8.4.2. Physical parameters 8.4.3. Hydro-topography 8.4.4. Suitability analysis of land 8.5. Operation & maintenance 8.6. Monitoring & evaluation 8.7. Problems and issues 8.8. Other aspects

Guideline/Manual Development ‐9
SNI, Other Project Results, JP Manual ★ :Translated into Indonesian
No. Subject of WRMT and Its Breaking Down Items Guideline/Manual (Other Training Material) CP Others Software


Public Participation
(Prof. (R) Drs. Erman Mawardi, Dipl.AIT)⇔ CBFM in Brangkal Dr.Sugimura Grass Root 9.1. Scope of the subject Project in Citapus Non Stractral Measure 9.2. Standard references Activities in Sumarang 9.3. Terms and definitions 9.4. Public particpation rules in WRMT 9.4.1. General rules 9.4.2. Special rules 9.5. Principles of public participation approach in WRMT 9.6. Pattern of activities

Public Participation is a  Key‐aspect  toward  9.7. Public participation management in WRMT Every Aspect of IWRM 9.7.1. Conducting potential identification of
the region 9.7.2. Conducting social maping 9.7.3. Management of activities 9.8. Institutional matters

How to cultivate younger engineers
Leader of Specialist (ES for Hydrology In RCWR ) Member of S. (PJT1):Advanced Member of S. (PJT2):Advanced Member of S.

(BBWS-X):Middle level Member of S. (BWS-X):Lower


A (ES for Hydrology In RCWR )

B (ES for Hydrology In RCWR )

C (ES for Hydrology In RCWR )

Participations from RBOs in Middle and Lower Level is desirable !

We are challengers ! Yes, We can .!

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