Project Workbook

This file contains spreadsheets of information submitted to the CPWF by the project team, and spreadsheets that we have developed to aid our review process. Please change the 'PNX' to identify your project, e.g. Ganges Project 3 would be G3

Table of Contents
1 Title Page with Reviewers' Comments
Tab Name: G4 Title Page This page contains main project information and the contracting and inception reviewers' comments.

2

Project Partners and Contact Information
Tab Name: G4 Contacts Please list all your project participants with their contact details. This information will be fed into the CPWF contact database. Please ensure that you inform the CPWF about any changes in your team.

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Outcomes Logic Model
Tab Name: G4 OLM The OLM is a table that describes the project's theory of change (ToC), or how the project is expected to work. It is a description of the project’s activities, outputs, outcomes and impact and their inter-relationships. Each line describes an Outcome Pathway, with a short narrative description. The last row in the model is a narrative description of how the project predicts that the outcomes it achieves are likely to reinforce each other and eventually contribute to longer-term impact. For more information, visit:

CPWF M&E Guide- OLMs 4 Outcome Target Indicators Plan
Tab Name: G4 OTIP The Outcome Target Indicators Plan (OTIP) contains specific description(s), for each Outcome Pathway (from OLM), of who/ how many exactly the project expects to change (Practice and/or KAS) and by how much, by the end of the Project. Indicators and tools to measure them are included for each outcome target. For more information, visit:

CPWF M&E Guide- Outcome Indicators Plan 5 Milestone Plan
Tab Name: G4 Milestone Plan The milestone plan focuses on the end-dates by which your activities need to be completed and outputs need to be delivered. It contains the project start and end date, and other important milestones. Progress reporting is directly made on the original milestones as defined in the milestone plan. For more information, visit:

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Gantt Chart
Tab Name: G4 Gantt Chart The Gantt Chart focuses on the activities to be carried out to complete the project. This chart contains the project schedule, work breakdown structure, i.e. activities with their milestones as the terminal elements, their start and finish dates, responsible project team member and their affiliations. For more information, visit:

CPWF M&E Guide- Gantt Chart 7 Schedule of Reports and Payments
Tab Name: G4 $ Schedule This spreadsheet will be filled out by CPWF finance officer for contracting according to the budget details the project has submitted. It shows the schedule of budget release, which depends on the satisfactory submission and approval of the required progress reports.

= filled by CPWF Finance Officer for contracting

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Budget Summary
Tab Name: G4 $ Summary This spreadsheet shows the breakdown of the project budget per line item and per year.

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Budget Comments
Tab Name: G4 $ Comments The comments worksheet is where budget explanations and details are explained.

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Staff Time Allocation and Breakdown of Personnel Costs
Tab Name: G4 $ Time Allocation In this worksheet the project team compositon is listed with their names, institution, expertise and contribution to the project (e.g., Output 1, Communication, Policy, etc.), the number of days per year, and the daily rate per staff.

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Indicative Breakdown of Budget by Outputs
Tab Name: G4 $ By Outputs This table shows the distribution of budget by output then by institution. The overhead costs are not included in the distribution.

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Indicative Breakdown of Budget by Institution
Tab Name: G4 $ By Institution This table shows a summary of the budget allocated to the project partner institutions (left part). The right part of the table could be of support to work out each project partners budget share by line item.

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Title Page with Reviewers' Comments
Project Leader Project Number Project Short Title Reporting Period Starting Date Completion Date Review Questions (RQ) Zahirul Haque Khan G4 Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 30, 2011 April 30, 2014 Reviewer Remarks on status (inlcude date) Changes required to proceed to contracting
Cells highlighted in yellow must be dealt with for contracting

Response from the Project Leader (include date)

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers]

PL response (include date), round 2

RQ1: Are documents in order, provide information required, and is there consistency between them?
Documents according to Standard Clauses and Procedures 3.02 and 3.03 (see list below)

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers], round 2

Cells highlighted in orange must be dealt with by time of inception report

Revised proposal

KM Point Person

First submission 2011.02.28 Revised proposal 2011.04.12 First submission 2011.02.28 Updated CVs 2011.04.12

Revised as per reviewers' suggestions2011.04.12 Revised (an economist and a sociologist has been added to the IWM team) 2011.04.12 Revised by adding schedules for field visits, interaction meetings and stakeholder training/workshops for better communication strategy 2011.04.12 Revised by adding field tour please add the dates/ reports and meeting minutes deadlines for field tours and 2011.04.13 The dates/ meeting minutes deadlines for field tours and meeting minutes have been added 2011.05.15

Contact sheet

Gantt chart

First submission 2011.02.28 Revised workbook 2011.04.12

Milestone plan

First submission 2011.02.28 Revised workbook 2011.04.12

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Review Questions (RQ)

Reviewer

Remarks on status (inlcude date) First submission 2011.02.28 Revised workbook 2011.04.12

Changes required to proceed to contracting

Response from the Project Leader (include date) Revised by changing actors (farmers and fishermen inside polders have been added and development partners have been ommitted); and making the outcomes more specific. 2011.04.12 Revised 2011.04.12

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers]

PL response (include date), round 2

OLM

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers], round 2

OTIP

First submission 2011.02.28 Revised workbook 2011.04.12 First submission 2011.02.28 Revised workbook 2011.04.12

Budget

Revised to a total of $825,000 (IWM Personnel remuneration cost has been reduced by 23%) 2011.04.12
To be provided at inception report. To be provided at inception report.

Plan for baselining of outcome targets Signed MOUs corresponding to milestone plan Third party intellectual audit

To be provided at inception report.

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Review Questions (RQ)

Reviewer

Remarks on status (inlcude date)

Changes required to proceed to contracting

Response from the Project Leader (include date)

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers] Budget share has been adjusted in
line with the decrease in budget ie the % split is the same but everyone has been decreased accordingly.

PL response (include date), round 2

RQ2: Have there been changes Program in budget share going to Manager partners, and if so, are they consistent with the changes in responsibilities? RQ3: Does the budget appear consistent with the promised outputs? RQ4: Looking at the people responsible for producing the outputs, do these teams contain people with the requisite skill and is team size appropriate? RQ5: Is there a clear assignment of responsibility for producing outputs and milestones to both individuals and organizations? RQ6: Have reviewers' comments been addressed?
Raise the priority to be given to sceanrio analysis on socio-economic drivers, and make sure that the team skills are such that these drivers can be propoerly modeled. Improve cohesiveness with the rest of the BDC. Clarify who and how consideration of the policy arena and input into the policy decision making processes will take place other than through useful references to links with G3. Greater linkages requried with G5 and reconginition of key role and dependencies. Develop a communicatinons strategy involving decision makers from the outset, ideally linked with the G5 communications strategy;

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers], round 2

Program Manager MT Point Person

Yes

MT Point Person

MT Point Person

See points below. Status provided by Research Director.
This concern has been fully addressed.

This concern should not stand in the way of contracting, but should be fully addressed by the time of the inception report.

This concern should not stand in the way of contracting, but should be fully addressed by the time of the inception report.

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Review Questions (RQ)

Reviewer

Remarks on status (inlcude date)

Changes required to proceed to contracting

Response from the Project Leader (include date)

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers]
This concern should not stand in the way of contracting, but should be fully addressed by the time of the inception report.

PL response (include date), round 2

The proposal as currently designed appears to be around achieveable outputs wwhile identified outcomes reamin very board and unsupported. This needs to be addressed prior to contracting, trhough greater specificity in the project outcome logic model, and improved at the time of the Inception Report.

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers], round 2

Explore links with Topic Working Groups, specially Resilience, but also Global Drivers. This includes the potential to bring in Resilience exptertise that is currently lacking in the team. Revise project to provide a more detailed literature review (including achievements from IGB Phase 1) to identify knowledge gaps and build the projects upon these gaps. Ensure that sufficient checks are incorporated to ensure WEAP model simulations are realistic and possible.

This concern has been adequately addressed.

It would be useful if proponents could shed further light on the extent to which BFP results are helpful and relevant to G4.
Proponents note that “WEAP model will be validated with available measured water flow data as well as the barrage releases which can be obtained from the irrigation department” which is fine for the moment.

Adjust budget lines in accordance with reactions to reviewer comments (noting the desirabaility of the partnerships vs the small number of days/large team situation across IWM personnel). Is 6k for software rental appropriate? Participation in Reflection workshops is too low (10k a year). and IFWF should be 15k a year. Project budget cannot exceed $825k which is the amount specified in the orgininal invitation to submit an EOI.

Software purchased but pay developers a rental fee of approx 6k. Budget for IFWF increased to 15k a year. Budget for Reflection 5k a year which is reasonable since most team members are from Bangladesh.

Software fee Acceptable. Workshop costs Acceptable. IWM team has been increased by one person rather than being consolidated, with decrease in days for senior personnel and adjustments (decreased and increases in time) across all other IWM and other partners in response to the budget cut)

Adjusted (see above)

Acceptable.

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Review Questions (RQ)

Reviewer

Remarks on status (inlcude date)

Changes required to proceed to contracting

Response from the Project Leader (include date)

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers] Checked by Boru Douthwaite as MT lead Sunday 24 April

PL response (include date), round 2

Status of changes required after resubmission [to be filled in by the reviewers], round 2

From Standard Clauses and Procedures
3.02 The documents required for contract signature are: Revised project proposal that has addressed reviewers’ comments in particular negotiation points and incorporates changes from workshops and other consultation processes. Revised budget reflecting changes in project proposal Gantt Chart Milestone plan developed for at least the first year of operations Draft Outcome Logic Model Any other documentation agreed to between the Project Leader and the CPWF 3.03 The following documents are to be provided in electronic form to CPWF Basin Leader with the Inception Report: Outcome Logic Model agreed with partners Milestone plan developed for the duration of the project Outcome target indicators plan Plan for base lining of outcome targets Signed MOUs corresponding to milestone plan Third Party Intellectual Asset Audit Any other documentation agreed to between the Project Leader and the CPWF.

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Project Partners and Contact Details Please remember to provide a CV for each person listed below as Annex B to your proposal. Indicate in particular who has responsibility for communications, M&E, knowledge sharing and gender analysis. Given Name Family Name Institution Role in the project Professional Email Alternate Email Work Phone Mobile Phone Fax discipline Zahirul Haque Khan IWM Project Leader Water and zhk@iwmbd.org +88-02-8827902, +88-01819432538 +88-02-8827901 Environmental +88-02-8822105Management 6,+88-02-88245901, Ext:161

Postal Address House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Country Bangladesh

Expertise Costal zone management

Abu Saleh

Khan

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Water Resource Management

ask@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:118

+88-01819238085

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Water management

A. H. M.

Kausher

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Water Resource Management

ksr@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:161

+88-01714404293

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Water management & water governance

Manjur Murshed Zahid

Ahmed

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Coastal Hydrology nd Hydraulics

mmz@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:154

+88-01712863539

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Storm surge modelling

Rubayat

Alam

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Costal Morphology

rba@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:121

+88-01553113313

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Sediment transport modelling

Md. Mobassarul

Hasan

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Coastal Hydrology nd Hydraulics

mbh@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:133

+88-01675676429

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Flood & drainage modelling

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Given Name Shume

Family Name Akhter

Institution IWM

Role in the project Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Professional Email discipline Hydrology and sha@iwmbd.org Water Management

Alternate Email

Work Phone +88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:159

Mobile Phone +88-01552330583

Fax +88-02-8827901

Postal Address House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Country Bangladesh

Expertise Data analysis, Water and salinity modelling

Farhana Akhter

Kamal

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Hydrology and fal@iwmbd.org Water Management

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:159

+88-01199393285

+88-02-8827901

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Data analysis, Water and salinity modelling

Mahendra Chandra Dey

IWM

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Economics

mcd@iwmbd.org

+88-02-8827902, +88-02-88221056,+88-02-88245901, Ext:160

+88-02-8827902

House # 496, Road # 32, New DOHS, Mohakhali Dhaka-1206 Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Economics

Mustafa Kamal

Hassan

IWM

Consultant (Socioeconomic)

Socio-economics

Bangladesh

Economics

Bharat R.

Sharma

IWMI

Principal Investigator (Int'l)

Soil Physics-Water Management

b.sharma@cgiar.org

+91-1125840811/12

+91-11-25842075

NASC Complex,CG Block, Pusa, New Delhi-110012

India

Water Resources Development & Management

Luna

Bharati

IWMI

Principal Investigator (Int'l)

Water Resources

L.bharati@cgiar.org

+94-11-2787404

+94 112786854

PO Box 2075, Colombo, Sri lanka

Sri lanka

Hydrology

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Given Name Yann

Family Name Chemin

Institution IWMI

Role in the project Principal Investigator (Int'l)

Professional Email Alternate Email discipline Technical Sciences in yann.chemin@gmail remote sensing/GIS .com applications

Work Phone

Mobile Phone

Fax

Postal Address 2/10 Gunn Drive, Estella, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650, Australia

Country Australia

Expertise RS/ GIS, Modelling, Scenario Analysis

Upali

Amarasinghe

IWMI

Principal Investigator (Int'l)

Statistics and modeling

Senior Researcher (Statistics and modelling), IWMIHyderabad

India

Vladimir

Smakhtin

IWMI

Principal Investigator (Int'l)

Theme Leader, IWMI, Colombo

Sri lanka

M. Shah Alam

Khan

IWFM-BUET

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Civil and Environmental Engineering

msalamkhan@iwfm. buet.ac.bd

+88 02 966 5601, 966 5650 to 80, Ext. 7442, 7506

+88 02 861 3046

IWFM, BUET,Dhaka- Bangladesh 1000

Costal zone management

A.K.M. Saiful

Islam

IWFM-BUET

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Water Resource Engineering

akmsaifulislam@iwf m.buet.ac.bd

+88-01716449657

+88 02 861 3046

IWFM, BUET,Dhaka- Bangladesh 1000

Climate change

Mohammad Asad

Hussain

IWFM-BUET

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Civil and Environmental Engineering

asadh@iwfm.buet.a c.bd

+88 02 966 5601, 966 5650 to 80, Ext. 7952, 7650

+88 02 861 3046

IWFM, BUET,Dhaka- Bangladesh 1000

Water modelling

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Given Name Md Mahfuzur

Family Name Rahman

Institution BWDB

Role in the project Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Professional discipline Hydraulic Engineering

Email mmahfuz82@yahoo .com

Alternate Email

Work Phone

Mobile Phone +88-01711158293

Fax

Postal Address House # 152/1, Road # 2, Mohammadi Housing Limited, Mohammadpur, Dhaka.

Country Bangladesh

Expertise Water management

Sarafat Hossain

Khan

BWDB

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Water Resources Planning

sarafat.khan@gmail. com

+88-01715038519

House No. D-11, Road No. 03, Banashree Project, Rampura, Dhaka1219

Bangladesh

Water management

Saleh

Ahmed

BWDB

Principal Investigator (Nat'l)

Hydrology

Bangladesh

Water management

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Responsible for Guide and supervise the activities of all professionals, ensure the quality of research activities and outputs, responsile for identification of external drivers and devising potential scenarios, involve the caibration and validation of different models and simulation of scenarios, responsible for establishing linkage with other projects and partners, report writing, responsible for personal & project discussion and interaction meetings, dessimination of research results Quality control, supervise the praparatio of GIS maps on inundation depth, salinity zoning map and storm surge risk map, contributing the praparion of bi-annual reports, quality control of outputs

Review of literature, collection of field infromation, assessment of impact of drainage congestion, salinity intrusion in bseline condition, maintaining liason with local stakeholders, BWDB, LGED and WMA

Review of available literature on cyclone induced storm surge risk, assessment of baseline condition on storm surge inundation, assessment of impacts of climate change on storm surge risk, reporting and documentation

Carrying out sediment modellig, assessment of sedimentation rate in the peripherial rivers of the selected polders in baseline condition and for external drivers

Carrying out drainage modelling, calibration and validation of the model, Preparation of drainage and flood depth map

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Responsible for Carrying out water flow and saliinity modelling, calibration and validation of the model, Preparation of salinity zoning map

Water flow, salinity, drainage modelling for baseline condition and external drivers

Identify of socio-economic drivers and their effects

Identify of socio-economic drivers and their effects

Guide and supervise the assessment of cross-boundary flow, impact of land use on water resources, review of model results and reports

Identification of external drivers, development of scenarios base on external drivers, collection of data and contribution in reports for the Indian part of the Ganges basin, effect of cross-boundary flow, assessment of effect of glacier melt and precipitation on crossboundary flow due to climate change, assessment of the effect of land-use change on water resources interaction with G2 and G3 for planning of cropping system and water governance, contribution to prepare bi-annual and final reports on research findings

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Responsible for Model development calibration and validation using SWAT and WEAP, simulation of baseline conditions and climate change scenarios to assess cross-boundary flow, effects of land-use and climate change

Literature review on external drivers, climate change and water management, supervise the climate change modelling using RCM, contributing in selecting external drivers, Review of drainage, salinity, sediment and storm surge modelling results, documentation

Selection of RCMs, selection and simulation of climate change scenarios, calibration and validation of RCMs, assessment of climate change projections using RCMs for 2020, 2030, 2050, documentation

Literature review selection of climate change scenario, contribution in climate change, water flow, storm-surge and sediment modelling

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Responsible for Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

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Outcomes Logic Model
Project Name Date Actor(s) Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Desired change in actor(s) practice
A change in practice or behavior is a change in the way people (in this case, the 'actors' in the 1st column) DO things. So here, try to use action words- such as 'use', 'coordinate', 'plant', 'participate in', 'integrate', 'implement', etc.

Required change in actor KAS Project strategies and Project outputs for change to happen prototypes for bringing about changes
To be able to 'use' something, people usually need to first know/ understand it, and its advantages, and/ or have developed the skills to use it, or at least to believe or trust the benefits of using it. Look at your practice change, and make explicit 2-4 KAS changes that are key to having the actor groups change their practice. How will your project contribute to make these changes happen? What are your ideas on how to help people change? Here, it may help to think what other projects have done before that has NOT worked well- what will your project do that is different? Better? Strategies can be the way (for example, codevelop instead of impose) you do things. Strategies are also the timing, methods, partnerships, ‘language’, etc. you choose to use These come straight out of your road map/ research questions and/ or your contracted deliverables. Which is (are) your project's main output (s) related to this 'line of change’?

Risks and Assumptions

Hint: Start with this question: if this project is successful, WHO will change? What groups of people or organizations will be affected? Be realistic, and prioritize the most 'affected'. Then, try to be as specific about the actor groups as possible- in some actor groups as possible- in some cases you have the names or exact location of the actor(s)use them here.

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Project Name Date Actor(s)

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Desired change in actor(s) practice Required change in actor KAS Project strategies and for change to happen prototypes for bringing about changes K : Understanding of the key Engagement of BDC partners external drivers of change Fitting out the information in A : motivation to use new timely manner knowledge and informationin their research S: Improving skill in interpreting maps, charts, data in crop planning and water resources management Project outputs Risks and Assumptions

Outcome Pathway 1

Researchers of G1, G2, G3 and - Use of data and information other projects for Improvement in resource profiling, crop planning and water governance - Development of new database on water resources

Narrative 1

1. List of key external drivers Timely and meaningful 2. Inundation Depth-Duration participation of research Map for previous, current and groups for finalizing the future condition in specific external drivers and outputs polders Availability of reliable data in 3. Isohaline and salinity zoning time map for existing and future Proper and timely input from conditions the partner organizations 4. Flow availability, weekly and seasonal (3monthly) 5. water storage volume inside the polder 6. Present and future Sedimentation 7. Storm surge risk zoning Various external drivers will cause changes on water resources and may have significant effects on flooding, submergence (drainage congestion), salinity intrusion and water availability in the different polders of the coastal zone of the Ganges basin. The list of the drivers will help the researchers to identify the major external drivers that will have significant impacts on water resources. The present and changed inundation depth-duration maps, salinity zoning maps and timeseries, flow availability, water storage volume inside the polders and sedimentation rate in the peripherial rivers will motivate them to incorporate the new knowledge into their research. They may use these data and information in resource profiling, crop planning and water governance. It will also help G1 to develop their database.

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Project Name Date Actor(s)

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Desired change in actor(s) practice Required change in actor KAS Project strategies and for change to happen prototypes for bringing about changes Change in planning and design K : Acquiring new knowledge Development of operation of water, agriculture and and benefits rule/guidelines for the sluices disaster management projects; A : Encouraged to adopt Frequent interactions with the water managers of BWDB & organizations on research LGED will change their present activities and outputs practice of operation of large regulators for not only flood control but also water uses in agricultural production inside the polders; Project outputs Risks and Assumptions

Outcome Pathway 2

WMOs, BWDB, LGED, DAE, DMB, DOE and NGOs

Plan for improvement of drainage channels, sluices and embankments water availability Isohaline map Storm surge risk map

Proper and timely upscaling and downscaling Availability of field information in time Availability of required fund for implementation

Narrative 2

The research outcomes will help these institutions to plan their future srategies to cope with the anticipated changes. They will be encouraged to adopt new water & environmental management plan and improved operation & maintainance of water structures. As a result, the agricultural production will be enhance and food security will be ensured. MoWR, MoEF, C.C. Cell Will change their views in approving their projects in water management K : Understanding of effects of external drivers on water resources A : Motivated and encouraged Workshops, seminars and interaction meetings with the policymakers and beneficiaries to disseminate the impacts of the external drivers and the benefits of the adaptation measures and policy changes; the upscaling will be facilitated by G5 Effects of external drivers on water resources Benefits of adaptation measures Proper upscaling

Outcome Pathway 3

Narrative 3

Understanding of the effects of external drivers & anticipated change of water resources and the benefits of adaptation measures will encourage these policymakers to be motivated to formulate new policies. It will also enable them for advocacy to the development partners and planning commission of Bangladesh.

Impact Narrative

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Project Name Date Actor(s)

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Desired change in actor(s) practice

Required change in actor KAS Project strategies and Project outputs Risks and Assumptions for change to happen prototypes for bringing about changes Coastal polders of Bangladesh had been built in early 60s and 70s to enhance agricultural production and ensure food and livelihood security of local communities. In the recent years coastal polders have been facing multiple problems and challenges such as drainage congestions, shortage of irrigation water , deterioration of infrastructure, salinity intrusion, sedimentation of rivers, and climate chage challenges. The agricultural production as well as the local community will be affected considerably by external drivers. The present research will assess the present condition and implications of effects of external drivers on water resources. G4 will interact directly with G1, G2, G3 and G5 to provide the outputs of this research for their research activities, especially crop planning system, database development . Workshops, seminars and interaction meetings will be conducted to desseminate research outputs to implementing agencies, andpolicymakers for improvement of present policies, project plan and adaptation measures. This research project will provide plan for improvement of khal systems, sluices and embankments; and implementation of this plan will lead to social, economic and environmental improvements.

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Outcome Targets Indicator Plan
The Outcome Target Indicators Plan (OTIP) contains specific description(s), for each Outcome Pathway (from OLM), of who/ how many exactly the project expects to change (Practice and/or KAS) and by how much, by the end of the Project, project is committing to measure. THe expected output in this OTIP is a list of indicators ONLY for the Outcome Targets that the Indicators and tools to measure them are included for each outcome target.

Project Name Date No. ACTOR and how they will CHANGE

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Outcome target(s) Indicator(s) of progress towards Outcome Target(s)
What you will observe and measure to know you are moving towards the Outcome Target (other than milestones)?

Tools to measure progress towards Outcome Target(s)
What will be your instruments to observe and measure your progress towards the Outcome Target ?

Taken from the OLM: Actor group and Specific description(s) of who/ how many the practice, knowledge, attitude or skills exactly the project expects to change change (Practice and/or KAS) and by how much, by the end of the Project. There can be more than one Outcome Target per each Outcome line (first column- actor + expected final change)

1 Researchers of G1, G2, G3 and other institutions: They will be encouraged to use the data and information in their studies. They will also formulate new resource profiling, crop planning and water governance for the changed condition due to various external drivers

Data and information are used in their research New database is developed Researchers are motivated and encouraged to use new data, information and knowledge

Reflection of using new data and information in the outputs of the researchers Persuasion for technical sheets, timeseriese data and maps

Monitoring, evaluation, personal & project discussion and interaction

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Project Name Date No. ACTOR and how they will CHANGE 2 BWDB, LGED, DAE, DMB, DOE: They will use improved water and environmental management; they will improve the operation and maintainance of water management infrastructure for enhanced agricultural production

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Outcome target(s) Improvement of drainage channels, sluices and embankments Indicator(s) of progress towards Outcome Target(s) Revised and improved implementation plan changed project documents Tools to measure progress towards Outcome Target(s) Monitoring, evaluation, personal & project discussion and interaction

3 MoWR, MoEF, C.C. Cell: Data and information are used in Understanding of effects of external changing policies drivers on water resources will enable them to change the national water policy, national water management plan, Bangladesh Climate Change Srategy and Action Plan, Disaster Management Policy. The research documents will help them to advocate the development parners for considering the changed conditions in their future projects.

Revised and changed policies, personal & project discussion and national water and crop management interaction plan and BCCSAP

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Milestone Plan
Project Name Date To be filled by PLs and Project Teams No. Milestones = your progress markers Deadline Responsible Responsible Staff Outputs required Means of verification Partner Institution Project Member by other projects
For delivery of Milestone, can only be one For delivery of Milestone, can only be one Yes or no? If yes, please specify What the project will deliver to the CPWF as evidence of completion of the Milestone

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone February 28, 2011

Description of deliverable required to achieve change, from Gantt

For delivery of Milestone, format: yy-mm-dd

0.a Sites selected and partners for research and planning engagment identified and engaged 0.b Project progress reports

2011/06/30

IWM

ZHK

1.a Literature Review and synthesis report 1.b Identified external drivers

2011-09-30 2012-03-31 2012-09-30 2013-03-31 2013-09-30 2014-03-30 2011/09/30 2011/12/31

IWM

ZHK

G1, G2, G3, G5: Map of selected sites Study location MoU with partners map Workplan, data & Six-monthly reports information needed by G1, G2, G3, G5

IWM IWM

ZHK ZHK G1, G2, G3, G5: Review and priority ranking

Literature Review and synthesis report List of selected external drivers & report Data series

1.c Processed field data 1.d Tour reports

2012/05/30 IWM 2011-06-15 IWM 2011-12-22 2012-03-29 2012-06-21 2012-12-31 2013-03-28 201306-27 2013-12-31 201403-28

ZHK ZHK

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Project Name Date To be filled by PLs and Project Teams No. Milestones = your progress markers

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone February 28, 2011

Deadline

Responsible Responsible Staff Outputs required Means of verification Partner Institution Project Member by other projects

1.e Meeting minutes

2.a Selected climate change models 2.b Developed calibrated and validated RCMs 2.c Baseline condition established 2.d Establishment of climate change projections: temperature, precipitation, sea level rise

2011-09-30 2012-03-31 2012-09-30 2013-03-31 2013-09-30 2014-03-30 2011/06/30 2011/12/31 2011/12/31 2012/03/31

IWFM-BUET IWFM-BUET IWFM-BUET IWFM-BUET

AKMSI AKMSI AKMSI AKMSI

List of selected climate change models Report on model development, calibration and validation Baseline data (generated by model) Temperature, precipitation, sea level rise data (generated by model) for climate change scenario in 2020, 2030 & 2050 Report on model development, calibration and validation Report on estimation of the effects of landuse change and population growth Report on assessment of crossboundary flow in baseline condition Report on assessment of crossboundary flow for external drivers Report on selected models

3.a Calibrated and validated SWAT and WEAP models for Ganges 2012/09/30 basin covering India and Bangladesh 3.b Estimate the effects of landuse change and population growth 2013/03/31

IWMI IWMI

BRS BRS

3.c Assessed cross-boundary flow in baseline condition

2012/12/31

IWMI

BRS

3.d Assessed cross-boundary flow in the Ganges for external drivers

2013/03/31

IWMI

BRS

4.a Selected model for flooding, drainage congestion, water flow, 2011/12/31 salinity and storm surge

IWM

ZHK

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Project Name Date To be filled by PLs and Project Teams No. Milestones = your progress markers

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone February 28, 2011

Deadline

Responsible Responsible Staff Outputs required Means of verification Partner Institution Project Member by other projects IWM ZHK Data analysis report

4.b Final selection of climate and cross-boundary flow data for generating boundary for flow and salinity models

2012/03/31

4.c Developed calibrated and validated GBM basin model, SWRM 2012/02/29 and BoB model 4.d Assessed baseline water flow in coastal region of the Ganges 2012/06/30 river (southwest region of Bangladesh)

IWM IWM

ZHK ZHK G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period

Report on model development, calibration and validation Water flow time-series and statistical analysis at various locations of the region Water flow time-series and statistical analysis at various locations of the region Baseline salinity zoning map

4.e Assessed water flow in coastal region of the Ganges river for external drivers

2012/12/31

IWM

ZHK

4.f Generated salinity zoning map in coastal region of the Ganges 2012/07/30 river for baseline condition (southwest region of Bangladesh)

IWM

ZHK

4.g Generated salinity zoning map in coastal region of the Ganges 2013/03/31 river for changed external drivers 4.h Generated srorm surge risk map in coastal region of the Ganges river for baseline condition 2013/09/30

IWM

ZHK

Salinity zoning map for external drivers Baseline srorm surge risk zoning map

IWM

ZHK

4.i Generated srorm surge risk map in coastal region of the Ganges river for changed external drivers

2013/12/31

IWM

ZHK

Srorm surge risk zoning map for changed external drivers

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Project Name Date To be filled by PLs and Project Teams No. Milestones = your progress markers

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone February 28, 2011

Deadline

Responsible Responsible Staff Outputs required Means of verification Partner Institution Project Member by other projects IWM ZHK G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G1, G2, G3: Required format and data period G2: location and time Report on model development, calibration and validation for the three dedicated models Inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders in baseline condition Inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders for changed external drivers Bathymetry maps in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in baseline condition Bed level change maps in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in baseline condition for external drivers

5.a Developed calibrated and validated dedicated drainage and morphological model for polders 3,31, and 43/2F

2012/06/30

5.b Generated inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders in baseline condition

2012/11/30

IWM

ZHK

5.c Generated inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders for external drivers

2013/03/31

IWM

ZHK

5.d Assessed sedimentation pattern in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in baseline condition

2013/09/30

IWM

ZHK

5.e Assessed sedimentation pattern in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders for external drivers

2013/12/31

IWM

ZHK

G2: location and time

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For Reporting

To be reported by PLs and Project Team Status report on delivery of milestones
Report on delivery of milestones or changes to plan. Changes to Milestone Plan must be justified.

For review by BL Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and of research quality and relevance
To be assessed by Basin Leader

For review by CPWF Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and quality check of BLs review
To be assessed by CPWF

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To be reported by PLs and Project Team Status report on delivery of milestones

For review by BL Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and of research quality and relevance

For review by CPWF Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and quality check of BLs review

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To be reported by PLs and Project Team Status report on delivery of milestones

For review by BL Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and of research quality and relevance

For review by CPWF Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and quality check of BLs review

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To be reported by PLs and Project Team Status report on delivery of milestones

For review by BL Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and of research quality and relevance

For review by CPWF Review of evidence of delivery of milestone and quality check of BLs review

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Gantt Chart
Project Name Date No. Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Activity/ Milestone Q1 Project Implementation Sites selected, partners engaged Project progress reports Sites selected and partners for research and planning engagment identified and engaged 0.b Project progress reports 0 0.1 0.2 0.a 2011 Q2 Q3 2012 Q2 Q3 2013 Q2 Q3 2014 Q2 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Activities Milestones

0.a 0.b 0.b 0.b 0.b 0.b 0.b

Activities

1 Field visits, interaction meetings, data collection, literature review, driver identification, workshops and trainings 1.1 Review of the existing model studies, literature, available data 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.4 Identification of external drivers and their ranking Workshop for finalizing the external drivers Training/workshop to disseminate the research results Field visits Interaction meetings Collection and analysis of hydrological and morphologic data Literature Review and synthesis report Identified external drivers Processed field data Tour reports Meeting minutes 1.a 1.b 1.d 1.e 1.d 1.d 1.e 1.c 1.d 1.e 1.d 1.d 1.e 1.d 1.e 1.d 1.d 1.e

Milestones

1.a 1.b 1.c 1.d 1.e

Activities

2 Assessment of climate scenarios and projections 2.1 Selection of suitable climate change models 2.2 Development, calibration and validation of RCMs for baseline condition 2.3 Simulating climate change scenarios

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Project Name Date No.

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Activity/ Milestone Q1 2011 Q2 Q3 2.a 2.b 2.c 2.d 2012 Q2 Q3 2013 Q2 Q3 2014 Q2 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Milestones

2.a 2.b 2.c 2.d

Selectied climate change models Developed calibrated and validated RCMs Baseline condition established Establishment of climate change projections: temperature, precipitation, sea level rise

Activities

3 Assessment of cross-boundary flow, effect of landuse change and population growth 3.1 Development, calibration and validation of SWAT model for assessing baseline condition 3.2 Projection of climate change condition using SWAT model 3.2 Development, calibration and validation of WEAP model for assessing baseline condition 3.3 Projection of population growth and landuse for future condition using WEAP model 3.4 Computation of cross-boundary flow 3.a Calibrated and validated SWAT and WEAP models for Ganges basin covering India and Bangladesh 3.b Estimate the effects of land-use change and population growth 3.c Assessed cross-boundary flow in baseline condition 3.d Assessed cross-boundary flow in the Ganges for external drivers 4 Simulation of scenarios and assessment of anticipated changes on water resources 4.1 Selection of suitable models for assessment of flooding, drainage congestion, water availability, salinity and storm surge 4.2 Analysis of climate and cross-boundary flow data for model setup (present and future condition)

Milestones

3.a 3.b 3.c 3.d

Activities

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Project Name Date No.

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Activity/ Milestone Q1 4.3 Development, calibration and validation of GBM basin model, SWRM and BoB model 4.4 Assessment of baseline water flow in coastal region of the Ganges river 4.5 Assessment of water flow in coastal region of the Ganges river for external drivers (scenarios) 4.6 Assessment of baseline salinity in coastal region of the Ganges river and selected polders 4.7 Assessment of salinity in coastal region of the Ganges river and selected polders for external drivers (scenarios) 4.8 Assessment of baseline storm surge risk in coastal region of the Ganges river and selected polders 4.9 Assessment of storm surge risk in coastal region of the Ganges river and selected polders for external drivers (scenarios) 2011 Q2 Q3 2012 Q2 Q3 2013 Q2 Q3 2014 Q2 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Milestones

4.a Selected model for flooding, drainage congestion, water flow, salinity and storm surge 4.b Final selection of climate and cross-boundary flow data for generating boundary for flow and salinity models 4.c Developed calibrated and validated GBM basin model, SWRM and BoB model 4.d Assessed baseline water flow in coastal region of the Ganges river (southwest region of Bangladesh) 4.e Assessed water flow in coastal region of the Ganges river for external drivers 4.f Generated salinity zoning map in coastal region of the Ganges river for baseline condition (southwest region of Bangladesh)

4.a 4.b

4.c 4.d 4.e 4.f

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Project Name Date No.

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Activity/ Milestone Q1 4.g Generated salinity zoning map in coastal region of the Ganges river for changed external drivers 4.h Generated srorm surge risk map in coastal region of the Ganges river for baseline condition 4.i Generated srorm surge risk map in coastal region of the Ganges river for changed external drivers 2011 Q2 Q3 2012 Q2 Q3 2013 Q2 Q3 2014 Q2 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1 4.g

Q4

Q1

Q4

4.h 4.i

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Project Name Date No.

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Activity/ Milestone Q1 2011 Q2 Q3 2012 Q2 Q3 2013 Q2 Q3 2014 Q2 Q3

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Q1

Q4

Activities

5 Simulation of scenarios and assessment of anticipated changes for the selected polders (3, 31 & 43/2F) 5.1 Development, calibration and validation of dedicated drainage and morphological model for polders 3,31, and 43/2F 5.2 Assessment of flooding and drainage congestion inside the selected polders for baseline condition 5.3 Assessment of flooding and drainage congestion inside the selected polders for changed condition 5.4 Assessment of sedimentation pattern in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in baseline condition 5.5 Assessment of sedimentation pattern in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in changed condition

Milestones

5.a Developed calibrated and validated dedicated drainage and morphological model for polders 3,31, and 43/2F 5.b Generated inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders in baseline condition 5.c Generated inundation depth-duration map for the selected polders in changed condition 5.d Assessed sedimentation pattern in the peripherial rivers and khals for selected polders in baseline condition 5.e Assessed sedimentation pattern in the peripheral rivers and khals for selected polders in changed condition

5.a

5.b 5.c 5.d

5.e

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Schedule of Reports and Payments
This worksheet will be filled by CPWF Finance Officer for contracting

Project Name Date No. 1 2 Amount (US$)

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone

Comment Due Date Paid on return of the signed Award Letter. These funds are to 138,511 cover the first six months activities of the Project (50% of first year budget) Paid following satisfactory assessment of progress of the first 6 138,511 months of project implementation. (50% of first year budget) Paid following satisfactory assessment of progress of the first 137,557 12 months of project implementation. (50% of second year budget) Paid following satisfactory assessment of progress of the 18 137,557 months of project implementation. (50% of second year budget) Paid following satisfactory assessment of progress of the 24 months of project implementation. The milestone plan for the 122,789 following two years of project activities must also be approved. (50% of final year budget less 10%) Paid following satisfactory assessment of progress of 30 122,789 months of project implementation. (50% of final year budget less 10%) Paid on acceptance of the Project Completion Report and an 27,286 external audit report (10% of final year budget)

3

4

5

6 7

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Budget Summary
(Before working on the Personnel budget cells, complete the other spreadsheet named PNXX $ Time Allocation)

Project Name Date

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 2011 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL

1 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5

PERSONNEL REMUNERATION, TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION PERSONNEL Project Leader Principal Investigators (Int'L & Reg'l) Principal Investigators (National) Consultants Support Staff Other Project Participants TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION Project Leader Principal Investigators (Int'L & Reg'l) Principal Investigators (National) Consultants Support Staff Other Project Participants RESEARCH OPERATION EQUIPMENT Office equipment Laboratory equipment Field equipment CONSUMABLES General communication expenses Office supplies Laboratory supplies Field research supplies Other support services (IT services, public areas, facilities) COMMUNICATIONS Communications products Team meetings Stakeholders workshops Participation in Reflection Workshops Participation in IFWF3 and IFWF4

25,850 22,250 60,642 9,266 18,924

41,360 47,000 91,733 10,266 34,772

41,360 25,500 111,226 5,000 30,768

20,680 8,050 32,237 14,920

129,250 102,800 295,838 24,532 99,384 -

300 4,000 980 200

1,800 5,000 2,480 200

300 6,000 1,050 200

300 2,000 990 200

2,700 17,000 5,500 800 -

6,000 2,000 1,000

6,000 3,000

1,000 200

1,500 200

1,500

500

4,500 400 22,520

4,940

8,880

7,360

1,340

2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 4 4.1 4.2

2,215 500 2,500 5,000 15,000

2,945 500 2,500 5,000

3,366 500 2,500 5,000 15,000

1,500 500 5,000

10,026 2,000 7,500 20,000 30,000

LUMP SUM CONTRACT AGREEMENTS FOR SPECIFIC DELIVERABLES [INSERT NAME OF SUPPLIER -

MISCELLANEOUS CONTINGENCY (% OF BUDGET) OVERHEADS IWMI (21%) [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ] 41,250 41,250 -

9,553 9,553

16,970 16,970

11,503 11,503

3,225 3,225

TOTAL REQUESTED FROM CPWF

185,320

274,106

274,133

91,442

825,000

* The overheads of IWM, IWFM-BUET and BWDB are included in personnel costs

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Budget Comments
Please provide as much information as possible to enable a good understanding of the key expenditures required.

Project Name Date

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone

COMMENTS MATCHING FUND (if any) PERSONNEL REMUNERATION, TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION PERSONNEL Project Leader

1 1.1 1.1.1

Salary for analysing model results,guiding and supervising the research team, preparation of communication materials, Dissemination of the results to stakeholders, interaction meetings, quality control, report writing, attending workshops Salary for modelling, generating cross-boundary flow, assessment of effect of climate change and landuse on water flow, research quality control, interaction meetings, report writing Salary for literature review, simulation of different scenarios, report writing, interaction meetings, attending workshops Remuneration for consultancy (such as evaluating socioecomics of the local people, genrating future scenarios and so on) Salary for data collection and processing, development of models, processing of model results, preparation of communication materials, preparation of GIS maps

1.1.2

Principal Investigators (Int'L & Reg'l)

1.1.3

Principal Investigators (National)

1.1.4

Consultants

1.1.5

Support Staff

1.1.6 1.2 1.2.1

Other Project Participants TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION Project Leader

field visits, visit to Indian part of the Ganges Basin, attending interaction meetings with different organizations, air ticket, transport, accomodation, per diem field visits, attending interaction meetings with different organizations, air ticket, transport, hotel fare, per diem, attending inception workshop field visits, visit to Indian part of the Ganges Basin, attending interaction meetings with different organizations, air ticket, transport, accomodation, per diem

1.2.2

Principal Investigators (Int'L & Reg'l)

1.2.3

Principal Investigators (National)

1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6

Consultants Support Staff Other Project Participants

field visits, transport, accomodation, per diem

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2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5

RESEARCH OPERATION EQUIPMENT Office equipment Laboratory equipment Field equipment CONSUMABLES General communication expenses Office supplies Laboratory supplies Field research supplies Other support services (IT services, public areas, facilities)

Software rental Rental of ADCP, DGPS, Echo Sounder

Meetings, fax, email, telephone Sediment laboratory tests Rental for computer, printer, plotter, and database development, Research coordination and quality control, research support

2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

COMMUNICATIONS Communications products Team meetings Stakeholders workshops Participation in Reflection Workshops Participation in IFWF3 and IFWF4 LUMP SUM CONTRACT AGREEMENTS FOR SPECIFIC DELIVERABLES [INSERT NAME OF SUPPLIER

Reports, maps, charts and other communication materials Meetings with national and international researchers Organizing workshops involving stakeholders Participation by national and international researchers Participation, air tickets, hotel fare, per diem

3 3.1 3.2 3.3 4 4.1

MISCELLANEOUS CONTINGENCY (% OF BUDGET) OVERHEADS

4.2 IWMI (21%) [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ] [INSTITUTION (% ]

overhead costs for IWMI is included in this section. The overheads of IWM, IWFM-BUET and BWDB are included in personnel costs. Institutional overheads

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Staff Time Allocation and Breakdown of Personnel Costs
Project Name Date No. Personnel Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Name
Institution Type of Institution Brief Description of Contribution to Project, as described in G1 Contacts (Project Workbook) 2011 2012 Days per Year Daily Charge Out (US$) 2014 TOTAL 2011 Personnel Costs Total (US$)

Entries from Column S are added for reviewers' comments and to note items for clarification. There should be a clear assignment of outputs. Mark (with 1) lead and contributed outputs in columns (S) to (X)

Outputs

Total

2013

2012

2013

2014

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.1.1 Project Leader

Zahirul Haque Khan

IWM

RO

Guide and supervise the activities of all professionals, ensure the quality of research activities and outputs, responsile for identification of external drivers and devising potential scenarios, involve the caibration and validation of different models and simulation of scenarios, responsible for establishing linkage with other projects and partners, report writing, responsible for personal & project discussion and interaction meetings, dessimination of research results

55

88

88

44

275

470

25,850

41,360

41,360

20,680

129,250

1

1

1

1

1

5

1.1.2 PI (Int'l)

Bharat R. Sharma

IWMI

CGIAR

Guide and supervise the ssessment of cross-boundary floe, impact of land use on water resources, review of model results and reports Identification of external drivers, development of scenarios base on external drivers, collection of data and contribution in reports for the Indian part of the Ganges basin, effect of cross-boundary flow, assessment of effect of glacier melt and precipitation on cross- boundary flow due to climate change, assessment of the effect of land-use change on water resources interaction with G2 and G3 for planning of cropping system and water governance, contribution to prepare biannual and final reports on research findings

10

15

10

6

41

800

8,000

12,000

8,000

4,800

32,800

1

1

1

1

1

5

Luna Bharati

IWMI

CGIAR

15

40

20

5

80

650

9,750

26,000

13,000

3,250

52,000

1

1

1

1

1

5

Yann Chemin

IWMI

CGIAR

Model development calibration and validation using SWAT and WEAP, simulation of baseline conditions and climate change scenarios to assess crossboundary flow, effects of land-use and climate change

10

20

10

40

450

4,500

9,000

4,500

-

18,000

1

1

1

1

4

22,250

47,000

25,500

8,050

102,800 0 0

1.1.2 PI (Reg'l)

0 0

-

-

-

-

-

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No.

Personnel

Name

Institution

Type of Institution

Brief Description of Contribution to Project, as described in G1 Contacts (Project Workbook) 2011 2012

Days per Year

Daily Charge Out (US$) 2014 TOTAL 2011

Personnel Costs

Total (US$)

Outputs

Total

2013

2012

2013

2014

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.1.3 PI (Nat'l)

Abu Saleh Khan

IWM

RO

Quality control, supervise the praparatio of GIS maps on inundation depth, salinity zoning map and storm surge risk map, contributing the praparion of bi-annual reports, quality control of outputs

5

0

5

5

15

470

2,350

-

2,350

2,350

7,050

1

1

1

1

4

A. H. M Kausher

IWM

RO

Review of literature, collection of field infromation, assessment of impact of drainage congestion, salinity intrusion in bseline condition, maintaining liason with local stakeholders, BWDB, LGED and WMA

5

5

5

7

22

362

1,810

1,810

1,810

2,534

7,964

1

1

1

1

4

Manjur Morshed Zahid Ahmed

IWM

RO

Review of available literature on cyclone induced storm surge risk, assessment of baseline condition on storm surge inundation, assessment of impacts of climate change on storm surge risk, reporting and documentation Carrying out sediment modellig, assessment of sedimentation rate in the peripherial rivers of the selected polders in baseline condition and for external drivers Carrying out drainage modelling, calibration and validation of the model, Preparation of drainage and flood depth map Carrying out water flow and saliinity modelling, calibration and validation of the model, Preparation of salinity zoning map Water flow, salinity, drainage modelling for baseline condition and external drivers Economic analysis Literature review on external drivers, climate change and water management, supervise the climate change modelling using RCM, contributing in selecting external drivers, Review of drainage, salinity, sediment and storm surge modelling results, documentation

6

15

33

6

60

362

2,172

5,430

11,946

2,172

21,720

1

1

1

1

1

5

Rubayat Alam

IWM

RO

6

16

38

60

362

2,172

5,792

13,756

-

21,720

1

1

1

1

4

Md. Mobassarul Hasan

IWM

RO

33

51

51

22

157

287

9,471

14,637

14,637

6,314

45,059

1

1

1

1

1

5

Shume Akhter

IWM

RO

10

35

45

5

95

206

2,060

7,210

9,270

1,030

19,570

1

1

1

1

4

Farhana Akhter Kamal Mahendra Chandra Dey M. Shah Alam Khan

IWM

RO

66

88

124

22

300

206

13,596

18,128

25,544

4,532

61,800

1

1

1

1

1

5

IWM IWFM-BUET

RO RO

11 22

11 30

13 22 10 84

206 300

2,266 6,600

2,266 9,000

2,678 6,600

3,000

7,210 25,200 1

1 1 1 1

1 4

A. K. M. Saiful Islam

IWFM-BUET

RO

Selection of RCMs, selection and simulation of climate change scenarios, calibration and validation of RCMs, assessment of climate change projections using RCMs for 2020, 2030, 2050, documentation

25

30

17

7

79

265

6,625

7,950

4,505

1,855

20,935

1

1

1

1

1

5

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No.

Personnel

Name

Institution

Type of Institution

Brief Description of Contribution to Project, as described in G1 Contacts (Project Workbook) 2011 2012

Days per Year

Daily Charge Out (US$) 2014 TOTAL 2011

Personnel Costs

Total (US$)

Outputs

Total

2013

2012

2013

2014

1

2

3

4

5

6

Mohammad Asad Hussain

IWFM-BUET

RO

Literature review selection of climate change scenario, contribution in climate change, water flow, storm-surge and sediment modelling Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

24

37

31

15

107

230

5,520

8,510

7,130

3,450

24,610

1

1

1

1

4

Md Mahfuzur Rahman

BWDB

GO

12

22

22

10

66

200

2,400

4,400

4,400

2,000

13,200

1

1

1

1

4

Sarafat Hossain Khan

BWDB

GO

Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

12

22

22

10

66

200

2,400

4,400

4,400

2,000

13,200

1

1

1

1

4

Saleh Ahmed

BWDB

GO

Identification of external drivers, collection of field data and information from BWDB offices, review of results on water flow, drainage congestion, salinity intrusion and storm-surge inundation, networkin with BWDB, LGED and MoWR

6

11

11

5

33

200

1,200

2,200

2,200

1,000

6,600

1

1

1

1

4

60,642

91,733

111,226

32,237

295,838 0

1.1.4 Consultants Consultant Consultants Consultant

IWMI

CGIAR

Consultation 0 7,000 8,000 5,000 20,000 1 11 11 22 206 2,266 9,266 2,266 10,266 11,616 5,000 12,144 2,904 4,532 24,532 31,944 1 1 1 1

RO IWM

Social Consultation

1

1.1.5 Support Staff

Junior Researcher Junior Researcher Mid-level Researcher GIS Specialist GIS Specialist Data Analyst

IWM

RO Data preapation and processing, analysis of field data and modelling results

40

88

92

22

242

132

5,280

4

IWM

RO Data preparation and processing, analysis of field data and modelling results Surveying and data collection and processing GIS maps for the outputs GIS maps for the outputs Data entry, word processing, editing and formatting of reports

22

88

88

198

132

2,904

11,616

11,616

-

26,136

1

1

1

1

4

IWM IWM IWM IWM

RO RO RO RO

22 22 22 10

22 22 22 30 22 22 30 44 44 10

44 110 110 80

206 132 132 40

4,532 2,904 2,904 400 18,924

4,532 2,904 2,904 1,200 34,772

2,904 2,904 1,200 30,768

5,808 5,808 400 14,920

9,064 14,520 14,520 3,200 99,384

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 3 3 1

1.1.6 Other Project Participants
0 0 10 25 21 21 16 0

0

0

TOTAL

136,932

225,131

213,854

75,887

651,804

93

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Indicative Breakdown of Budget by Output
Project Name Date Output Output No. 1: List of key external drivers Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 $ value of the budget % share of the budget 24750.00 3.00% 12375.00 1.50% 2062.50 0.25% 2062.50 0.25% 41250.00 5.00% 4950.00 0.60% 4950.00 0.60% 12375.00 1.50% 2475.00 0.30% 24750.00 3.00% 12375.00 1.50% 12375.00 1.50% 33000.00 4.00% 0.00% 57750.00 7.00% 38362.50 4.65% 5775.00 0.70% 4950.00 0.60% 8662.50 1.05% 57750.00 7.00% 8250.00 1.00% 33000.00 4.00% 0.00% 0.00% 41250.00 5.00% 16500.00 2.00% 82500.00 10.00% 0.00% 0.00% 99000.00 12.00% 77962.50 9.45% 17325.00 2.10% 3712.50 0.45% 0.00% 99000.00 12.00% 127875.00 15.50% 8250.00 1.00% 4125.00 0.50% 0.00% 140250.00 17.00%

Institution IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 1 IWM Output No. 2: Literature review IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 2 IWM Output No. 3: Climate change IWMI projections IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 3 Output No. 4: Processed primary and IWM IWMI secondary data IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 4 IWM Output No. 5: Cross-boundary flow IWMI (present and future conditions) IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 5 IWM Output No. 6: Effect of land-use change and climate change on water IWMI IWFM-BUET resources BWDB Total for Output 6 IWM Output No. 7: Flow availability IWMI (present and future conditions) IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 7 IWM Output No. 8: Salinity zoning map IWMI (present and future conditions) IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 8

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Project Name Date Output Output No. 9: Storm surge risk map (present and future conditions)

Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Institution IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 9 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 10 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 11 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 12 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 13 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 14 IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET BWDB Total for Output 15 $ value of the budget % share of the budget 44550.00 5.40% 0.00% 4950.00 0.60% 0.00% 49500.00 6.00% 51975.00 6.30% 9900.00 1.20% 4125.00 0.50% 0.00% 66000.00 8.00% 13200.00 1.60% 0.00% 3300.00 0.40% 0.00% 16500.00 2.00% 36300.00 4.40% 0.00% 4950.00 0.60% 0.00% 41250.00 5.00% 12375.00 1.50% 4950.00 0.60% 0.00% 7425.00 0.90% 24750.00 3.00% 12375.00 1.50% 4950.00 0.60% 0.00% 7425.00 0.90% 24750.00 3.00% 21450.00 2.60% 9900.00 1.20% 4950.00 0.60% 4950.00 0.60% 41250.00 5.00%

Output No. 10: Flood inundation depth-duration map for polders 3, 31 and 43/2F (present and future conditions) Output No. 11: Water storage volume inside polders 3, 31 and 43/2F (present and future conditions)

Output No. 12: Sedimentation rate in peripheral rivers of polders 3, 31 and 43/2F (present and future conditions)

Output No. 13: Plan for improvement of khal system, sluices and embankments (present and future conditions) Output No. 14: Operation rules for sluices (present and future conditions)

Output No. 15: Bi-annual reports and workshops

TOTAL

825000.00

100%

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Indicative Breakdown of Budget by Institution
Project Name Date Institution IWM IWMI IWFM-BUET Assessment of the impact of anticipated external drivers of change on water resources of the coastal zone April 12, 2011 Total $ value Total % share Comments 514,005 62% 206,250 25% 71,745 9% The IWFM expenses for travel &
accomodation and participation in IFWF (Total $10,755) will be paid from IWM budget

BWDB

33,000

4% The BWDB expenses for travel &
accomodation and participation in IFWF (Total $6,000) will be paid from IWM budget

TOTAL

825,000

100%

* IWFM-BUET and BWDB team preferred their expense for travelling and participation in IFWF3 and IFWF4 to be born by IWM due to their administrative difficulties.

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