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Flood and Drought Management Tools_22-8-2016

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Transcript of Flood and Drought Management Tools_22-8-2016

PROJECT APPROACH
Developing a methodology with tools giving stakeholders access to a package of web-based tools to incorporate information about floods and droughts, and likely climatic scenarios into planning to address impacts. The tools enable users to carry out baseline assessments using readily available satellite data, impact assessments through the analysis of the data, planning options and a means for disseminating information to relevant groups or individuals.

PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS
REDUCING THE RISK OF FUTURE FLOODS & DROUGHTS REQUIRES A CLOSE LINKAGE BETWEEN POLICY, WATER MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL TOOLS
3 pilot basins
Volta Basin
Lake Victoria
Chao Phraya Basin

Oluf Zeilund Jessen : ozj@dhigroup.com
Katharine Cross: katharine.cross@iwahq.org

Linking with existing planning methods such as


Project website: http://fdmt.iwlearn.org/en
TOOLS
Methodology and tools for
better decision-making

Impact assessment
Planning
Dissemination
Baseline
assessment

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
Reducing the risk of future floods and droughts requires a close linkage between policy, water management and the technical tools
WHY ?
HOW ?
METHODOLOGY
Basin Organisations
National Authorities
Water Utilities
Transboundary basin (Ghana, Burkina Faso, Mali, Benin, Togo, Ivory Coast)
Flood and drought prone
Different climate zones
Transboundary basin (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda)
Flood prone
Water quality issues
Exclusive national basin (Thailand)
Flood and drought prone
analysis of data to identify the impacts
evaluate existing planning options and create new plans
reports based on information and results from assessments and planning to be disseminated to relevant groups or individuals
using readily available satellite data
Floods and Drought Management Tools (FDMT) project
Water Safety Plan (WSP)
Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA)
Strategic Action Programme (SAP)
Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM)
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2014-2018
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