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Experiences in RBO Performance Benchmarking Implementation in Indonesia

Soenarto Soendjaja, IWRM/Institutional Support Specialist Launching CRBOM, 29 April 2009, Surakarta.

RIVER BASIN IN INDONESIA
A. Category of River Basin: National • Cross Countries • Cross Provinces : : 5 RB 27 RB 37 RB 51 RB 13 RB

• National Strategic : • Cross Districts/Cities: • In one District/City: TOTAL RB’s :

B. Category of River Basin: Provincial C. Category of River Basin: District/City 133 RB’s

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This Presentation Based on works done by:
1. 2. NARBO Pilot Performance Benchmarking, for PJT 2, Jatiluhur, October 31st ~ November 3rd , 2006; Research of IWRM Basin Performance Benchmarking in Citarum River Basin, by Kei Saiki, the University of Tokyo in June 2007 to Feb 2008 ; RBO Performance Benchmarking for Selected River Basin, Public Works – NARBO – ADB - PJT 1 - DHV & Associates, May – November 2008; Identification of Generic Parameters for Basin Performance Improvement Indicators as A Tool for IWRM Measures, a Desk Study by Soenarto Soendjaja, IWRM/Institutional Support Specialist, Water Foundation ADHI EKA, Jan – April 2009.

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GENERAL PROCESS OF NARBO PERFROMANCE BENCHMARKING
1. Self Assessment about present position 2. Setting Targets about future position 3. Formulating Plan how to reach Targets 4. Peer Review (External comparison, and advice from external partners in NARBO)

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Implementation of RBO Performance Benchmarking in Indonesia
1.Small Workshop On Benchmarking (Jatiluhur-Indonesia, Oct 2004 ) 2.Member Consultation Workshop On Benchmarking (Batu,Malang, Nov 2004) 3.Launching Of Performance Benchmarking (Bali, September 2005) 4.NARBO Peer Reviewer Orientation and Certification & Jasa Tirta II Public Corporation Peer Review (Jatiluhur, 31 Oct -03 Nov 2005) 5.NARBO peer review of SA Balai Besar WS Citarum (Bandung, February 2008); 6.RBO Performance Benchmarking in 6 selected river basin (May November 2008); 7.Eight RBO’s have been benchmarked and 12 RBO’s will follow.

The IWRM Implementation Process-GWP
Economic Efficiency Equity Environmental Sustainability

Management Instruments Ø Assessment Ø Information Ø Allocation Instruments

Enabling Environment Ø Policies Ø Legislation

Institutional Framework Ø Central Local Ø River Basin Ø Public Private

Balance “ water for livelihood ” and “water as a resource ”

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Concept to Practice? What We Need?
Concepts • 25-IWRM Elements from ADB; • GWP; • WWF; • UN • etc Practice • Tools
• GWP : Tool Box • NARBO PB Evaluation • Others?

• Knowledge • Lesson Learned • Networking Forum

Where are we?

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Knowledge Networking Process

Listening

Sharing

Learning

Partnership  Building

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The Outputs of the Study
Design of an IWRM performance improvement indicators: • performance indicator design for INPUT/OUTPUT/OUTCOME/IMPACT, • benchmarking guideline, and • design of an output publication

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Expected IWRM’s Results Diagram
Economic Benefit Basic Livelihood

Environmental Sustainability Water Utilization Disaster Vulnerability Envt’l Management

Objectives  of IWRM

Basin  Status  Benchmarking

River Basin Organization Internal Business Process Finance Learning and Growth Stakeholders

NARBO Benchmarking

NARBO Performance Evaluation Using Balanced Score Card
Stakeholders
3: Customer involvement 4: Customer feedback 5: Environmental Audits 6: Basin Livelihood

10: Planning maturity 11: Water Allocation 12: Data sharing

IBP

1: RBO Status 2: Governance

MISSION

7: HRD 8: Technical Dev’t 9: Organization Dev’t

L&G

13: Cost recovery 14: Financial efficiency

Finance

NARBO Benchmarking Indicators
• RBO Status

Planning Water Allocation Data Management

• RBO Governance

River Basin Organization

Cost Recovery Financial Efficiency Finance

Internal Business Processes Learning and Growth HR Development Technical Development Organizational Development

Stakeholders Customer Involvement Customer Feedback Environmental Audits Basin Livelihood
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Basin Status Benchmarking
Water  Utilization Disaster  Vulnerability Environmental Management Recreational Water Quality Raw Water Quantity Flood Vulnerability Chemical Spills Environmental Water Quality Biodiversity

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An Example of a Basin Performance Report Diagram

Water  Utilization

Disaster  Preparedness
Environmental  Conservation

Stakeholders

Finance

Mission
Internal  Business Process

Learning and Growth

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Key Lessons and Issues
Benchmarking program side • Data availability • Adequacy of grading threshold values RBO side • Strong commitment • Institutional arrangement • Constraints : time and capacity • Different type of RBO with Different type of PB Parameters ?

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“IWRM Performance” Future Study
RBO Performance
NARBO Performance Benchmarking

IWRM Performance
Expanded to Basin Performance Benchmarking

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For More Information
Chris Morris, cmorris@adb.org Kei Saiki, c370071@yahoo.co.jp soenarto_soendjaja@yahoo.com.sg

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