CCA Proposals p Group 3 (Indonesia

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by Mr. Iding Srihadi Adiwinata

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Proposal No. 1
1. PROJECT PROPONENT : Water Resource Management Services Agency, West Java 2. PROJECT TITLE : Strengthening of the local institutions to adapt to Climate Change 3. PROJECT OBJECTIVES : a) awareness of CC b) increase public participation 4. POTENTIAL PROJECT PARTNERS : a) NAHRIM b) ADB

Proposal N 1 ( P l No. (cont.) t)
5. MAIN PROJECT ACTIVITIES : a) media campaigns b) community-based programmes c) dialogues d) education curriculums MAIN PROJECT OUTPUTS : a) b) c) Support from local decision makers (major/head of districts to include i l d CC adaptation i l d t ti in local policy & programmes) l li ) Community participitation in water conservation programmes (water saving, reforestation, waste management) Corporate responsibility to support CC adaptation programmes ( reforestation, garbage management, community development )

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INDICATIVE BUDGET :

2009 – USD500,000.00 ( West, Central & East Java )

Proposal No. 2
1. PROJECT PROPONENT : Director General Of Water Resources, Ministry Of Public Works. 2. PROJECT TITLE : Strengthening of Hydrological Data Management 3. PROJECT OBJECTIVES a) improvement of hydrological stations b) sharing of hydrological data among related agencies c) analysis and simulation of impacts such as climate change 4. POTENTIAL PROJECT PARTNERS : a) Meteorological And Geophysical Agency, Indonesian b) WMO Indonesian WMO, c) Team Japan

Proposal N 2 ( P l No. (cont.) t)
5. MAIN PROJECT ACTIVITIES a) Capacity building of officers b) Rehabilitation of existing hydrological station and build new ones c) Revitalise hydrological networks d) Improvement of database information system 6. MAIN PROJECT OUTPUTS : a) Better management of hydrological data b) Accurate, accessible and realtime data 7. INDICATIVE BUDGET : 2009 – USD500,000.00 (for primary stations & training) 2010 – USD500,000.00 (for primary stations & training )

Proposal No. 3
1. PROJECT PROPONENT : Research Centre For Water Resources, Ministry Of Public Works 2. PROJECT TITLE : Distributed Hydrological Modelling Using Global Data Set 3. PROJECT OBJECTIVES a) Promote integrated water resources management by making usable information from Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) to address the common water-related issues in Asia. According to the needs of each d h demonstration b i a di ib d h d l i l i basin, distributed hydrological model; b) Develop and strengthen early warning systems and information networks in disaster risk management;

Proposal No. 3 (cont.)
c) Develop and strengthen capacity at all levels to collect and disseminate scientific and technical information, including the improvement of early warning systems for predicting extreme weather events, especially El Nino/La Nina, through the provision of assistance to institutions devoted to addressing such events; d) Improve tec que a d methodologies for assess g t e p o e technique and et odo og es o assessing the effects of climate change, and encourage the continuing assessment of those adverse effects; 4. 4 POTENTIAL PROJECT PARTNERS : a) Asian Water Cycle Initiative (AWCI) b) Team Japan

Proposal No. 3 (cont.) No (cont )
5. MAIN PROJECT ACTIVITIES a) Real time flood management using quantitative Real-time precipitation forecast; b) Improving early warning and floodforecasting systems in the river basin, including observations on water resources availability and trends; c) Flood forecasting forced by meso-scale High Resolution Model d) Optimal dam operation, e) Reduce the risks of flooding in vulnerable areas by by, watershed protection and restoration, improved land-use planning, improving and applying more widely techniques and methodologies for assessing the potential adverse

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