The objective of the TA was to prepare the proposed Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project which will support the Government of Indonesia (the Government) and communities to better manage and mitigate flood risks. The project aims to shift from project-oriented flood control centered around structural measures, to programmatic flood risk management (FRM) that provides a well-balanced mix of non-physical interventions, institutional and capacity building and structural works to mitigate the negative impacts of floods. The project will address the following concerns: (i) strengthening of watershed conservation activities; (ii) providing public information on flood risks for flood plain management; (iii) improving conveyance of the river for reduction of flood peak; (iv) strengthening community's preparedness for emergency flood management; and (v) improving capacity of the government in the flood sector.
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|Flood Management in Selected River Basins (Phase II)||Oct 2009|
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