Multi-stakeholder riskmanagement in small-scaled water      resources project                                    Piriya UR...
Multi-stakeholder risk management         process workshopProject •Sai Yu channel conservation and rehabilitation projectL...
Sai Yu channel after rehabilitation                 3                2012/9/28
Workshop ProcessCooperate with project owner and localadministration leader    Introduce multi-stakeholder risk management...
Multi-stakeholder risk management       process (in this workshop)                             Stakeholder risk• What is r...
Participants
ResultsNo.   Risk allocation    Cause        Impact         Opportunity   Impact Risk score                               ...
Results 2No.   Risk allocation     Cause        Impact          Opportunity Impact   Risk score                           ...
Results 3Ranking               Risk                           Response   1      Water shortage            Extend water dis...
HighlightsRequirement of willingness to participatemotivation!!Leader has a strong influenceUnforeseen risk/ lack of expe...
HighlightsFacilitation skill is important/trusted personRisk consensus can be achieved byopen and sincere discussionLocal ...
ChallengesCover all related stakeholdersLarger scale project more stakeholdersFrom plan to implementation? Budget?Hierarc...
AcknowledgementLam Dang people and Lam Dang TambonAdministration OfficeThe department of water resource, Regional office 8...
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application of multi-stakeholder risk management in small-scaled water resources project in Thailand. By asking stakeholders identify, asses and propose risk response, this measure was suggested to be effective for public project risk management.

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Multi stakeholder risk management in small-scaled water resources project

  1. 1. Multi-stakeholder riskmanagement in small-scaled water resources project Piriya URAIWONG Kochi University of Technology, Japan
  2. 2. Multi-stakeholder risk management process workshopProject •Sai Yu channel conservation and rehabilitation projectLocation •Songkhla province, ThailandProject Characteristic •Channel rehabilitation (dredging and construction of side way) 5,450 meter •Water storage and water distribution system 2 2012/9/28
  3. 3. Sai Yu channel after rehabilitation 3 2012/9/28
  4. 4. Workshop ProcessCooperate with project owner and localadministration leader Introduce multi-stakeholder risk management process to the local leader Invite locals and beneficiaries to participate in the workshop Introduce risk management process to the workshop participants Conduct multi-stakeholder risk management process 4 2012/9/28
  5. 5. Multi-stakeholder risk management process (in this workshop) Stakeholder risk• What is risk? assessment• Why we need to •Methods • Risk allocation do this? (project life cycle) dealing• Risk management process • Risk assessment with risks • Risk ranking (risk Introduction to consensus) Risk response risk management plan 5 2012/9/28
  6. 6. Participants
  7. 7. ResultsNo. Risk allocation Cause Impact Opportunity Impact Risk score (1-5) (1-5) Land acquisition Worry to Project 1 1 1 lost cannot benefit construct as from land designed 1 Water shortage Storage is No 5 5 25 from rain agriculture harvest activity only 4 High pumping in No water No 5 2 10 dry season agriculture activity Flooding in rain Nature Lost income 1 2 2 season 2 Water demand need more Unstable 5 4 20 increasing income income 7 2012/9/28
  8. 8. Results 2No. Risk allocation Cause Impact Opportunity Impact Risk score (1-5) (1-5) No rule for water Individual No effect to 1 1 1 consumption use others 3 Saline intrusion Pumping Agriculture 5 3 15 water from products another lost channel Water pollution Polluted Ecosystem 1 1 1 from factory in water degradation the area dumped Endanger to from life/ disease factory Digging and Capitalism Individual 2 3 6 selling topsoil benefit/ income 8 2012/9/28
  9. 9. Results 3Ranking Risk Response 1 Water shortage Extend water distribution system Communication among stakeholders 2 Water demand increasing Underground water Crop Zoning Effective water usage Establish water user group/ water use regulation Low water consumption plants 3 Saline intrusion Chronic problem on downstream (no solution yet) Water gate construction 4 High pumping in dry season Acceptable 9 2012/9/28
  10. 10. HighlightsRequirement of willingness to participatemotivation!!Leader has a strong influenceUnforeseen risk/ lack of experienceNot get use to with the word “risk”/ more familiarwith “problem” or “worry” 10 2012/9/28
  11. 11. HighlightsFacilitation skill is important/trusted personRisk consensus can be achieved byopen and sincere discussionLocal language 11 2012/9/28
  12. 12. ChallengesCover all related stakeholdersLarger scale project more stakeholdersFrom plan to implementation? Budget?Hierarchical objectives among stakeholders? 12 2012/9/28
  13. 13. AcknowledgementLam Dang people and Lam Dang TambonAdministration OfficeThe department of water resource, Regional office 8(Songkhla province)Prof.Tsunemi Watanabe, Kochi University ofTechnology 13 2012/9/28
  14. 14. 14 2012/9/28

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