Contribution of Multi-Stakeholder Knowledge to Flood Risk Management Water Governance Downstream at Theurn-Kading River Basin, Lao PDR

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Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy. 2012. Presentation from Session 11: Research Challenges in Water Governance: Institutions, Environment and Livelihoods

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  • Contribution of Multi-Stakeholder Knowledge to Flood Risk Management Water Governance Downstream at Theurn-Kading River Basin, Lao PDR

    1. 1. CONTRIBUTION OF MULTI-STAKEHOLDER KNOWLEDGE TO FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT WATER GOVERNANCE ATDOWNSTREAM AT THEURN-KADING RIVER BASIN, LAO PDR Sengmanichanh Somchanmavong Research Fellow,2nd Annual Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy 14 November 2012
    2. 2. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 2
    3. 3. Presentation structure • Introduction 1 • Key Research Questions 2 • Initial key findings 3 • Preliminary conclusion Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 3
    4. 4. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 4
    5. 5. Lao PDRNam Theun Nam Kading• 5th largest river• Area > 14,000 Km2• Forest cover about 57%• Population > 140,000 (2007)• Density about 10 people/Km2• Length = 353 Km Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 5
    6. 6. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 6
    7. 7. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 7
    8. 8. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 8
    9. 9. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 9
    10. 10. Key Research Questions Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 10
    11. 11. Who are multi- stakeholders? Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 11
    12. 12. What is multi-stakeholderknowledge related to flood riskmanagement based onprevious flood events,including the features of floodevents and the responses ofthe community?Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 12
    13. 13. How can the multi-stakeholderscontributing to floodrisk managementtowards better riverbasin management? Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 13
    14. 14. What options are there forstrengthen capacity in theseareas for all stakeholders?Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 14
    15. 15. KEY FINDINGS Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 15
    16. 16. Stakeholder Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 16
    17. 17. Stakeholder• (i) the people at community level including adult people, young people both men and women, children; village leader team,• (ii) government agencies including district, provincial and central level,• (iii) private sector including hydropower station, road construction, drinking water, traders;• (iv) local development associations, local projects;• (v) international organizations Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 17
    18. 18. Knowledge• Some villages were flooding in Hinboun, Mahaxay and Yommalath Districts in Khammoune Province. Infrastructure were damages such as accessible road and bridge to those villages, there is one entry only the dry season, many people in that areas are practicing flooding almost every year, accept this year, due to less raining. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 18
    19. 19. Self-support• Local people have initial noticed through their observation raining (heavy or light rain), raising animal behaviors and elderly’ sense believe. Through these knowledge, many household practice to settle down and prepare their plan to respond the flooding. Through early village mapping, most households have prepared in terms of social and economic issues Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 19
    20. 20. Stakeholder Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 20
    21. 21. Community Planning • community mapping area is very helpful tool for household, people, rice storage, cattle, poultry and other value assets. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 21
    22. 22. Basic Infrastructure damaged• Roughly road• Wooden bridge• Open simple drainage system Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 22
    23. 23. Basic Infrastructure damaged• Clean water access• Health facility• Shelter Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 23
    24. 24. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 24
    25. 25. External Helpers• Before flooding: – Communication on warning system directly to local community – Preparedness for moving children and elderly first, people – Board access• After flooding – immediate actions: – fixed road access and drainage system, – clean water access – health problem – water-born desease Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 25
    26. 26. Awareness onself-protection • Life protection / household members • Stock clean water • Using life safeguard jacket • Training on First Aid Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 26
    27. 27. MethodologicalIssues: Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 27
    28. 28. The research team applies thestakeholder analysis matrix currently,however, it is challenging for theteam to give a recommendation forthe other River Basin Organization tochoose the spider diagram as a toolto link stakeholder analysis andsubsequence steps. This tool will helpthe RBCs identify its organizationalcapacity development further. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 28
    29. 29. ACTIVITY • Desk Review and DesignPhase 1 Questionnaire (April –Jun2 2012) • Collecting Information andPhase 2 Analyzing (July-October 2012) • Finalizing (Dec 2012-Jan 2013)Phase 3 Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 29
    30. 30. Phase 3: Finalizingthe Research reportand disseminationthe result of thestudy Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 30
    31. 31. THANK YOU VERY MUCH Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 31
    32. 32. Sengmanichanh S., Research Fellow 32
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