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The IWRM implementation should have tools to measure achievement's of RBO. This slide introduce the NARBO's Benchmarking as a tool to measure IWRM results, but still need some improvements.

The IWRM implementation should have tools to measure achievement's of RBO. This slide introduce the NARBO's Benchmarking as a tool to measure IWRM results, but still need some improvements.

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  • 1. Experiences in RBO Performance Benchmarking Implementation in Indonesia
    Soenarto Soendjaja, IWRM/Institutional Support Specialist
    Launching CRBOM, 29 April 2009, Surakarta.
  • 2. RIVER BASIN IN INDONESIA
    A. Category of River Basin: National
    Cross Countries : 5 RB
    Cross Provinces : 27 RB
    National Strategic : 37 RB
    B. Category of River Basin: Provincial
    Cross Districts/Cities: 51 RB
    C. Category of River Basin: District/City
    In one District/City: 13 RB
    TOTAL RB’s : 133 RB’s
    2
  • 3. This Presentation Based on works done by:
    NARBO Pilot Performance Benchmarking, for PJT 2, Jatiluhur, October 31st ~ November 3rd , 2006;
    Research of IWRM Basin Performance Benchmarking in Citarum River Basin, by Kei Saiki, the University of Tokyo in June 2007 to Feb 2008 ;
    RBO Performance Benchmarking for Selected River Basin, Public Works – NARBO – ADB - PJT 1 - DHV & Associates, May – November 2008;
    Identification of Generic Parameters for Basin Performance Improvement Indicators as A Tool for IWRM Measures, a Desk Study by Soenarto Soendjaja, IWRM/Institutional Support Specialist, Water Foundation ADHI EKA, Jan – April 2009.
  • 4. GENERAL PROCESS OF NARBOPERFROMANCE BENCHMARKING
    1. Self Assessment about present position
    2. Setting Targets about future position
    3. Formulating Plan how to reach Targets
    4. Peer Review (External comparison, and advice from external partners in NARBO)
    4
  • 5. Implementation of RBO Performance Benchmarking in Indonesia
    1.Small Workshop On Benchmarking (Jatiluhur-Indonesia, Oct 2004 )
    2.Member Consultation Workshop On Benchmarking (Batu,Malang, Nov 2004)
    3.Launching Of Performance Benchmarking (Bali, September 2005)
    4.NARBO Peer Reviewer Orientation and Certification & JasaTirtaII Public Corporation Peer Review (Jatiluhur, 31 Oct -03 Nov 2005)
    5.NARBO peer review of SA Balai Besar WS Citarum (Bandung, February 2008);
    6.RBO Performance Benchmarking in 6 selected river basin (May - November 2008);
    7.Eight RBO’s have been benchmarked and 12 RBO’s will follow.
  • 6. Economic
    Environmental
    Equity
    Efficiency
    Sustainability
    Management
    Enabling
    Institutional
    Instruments
    Environment
    Framework
    Assessment
    Policies
    Central -
    Ø
    Ø
    Ø
    Local
    Information
    Legislation
    Ø
    Ø
    River Basin
    Ø
    Allocation
    Ø
    Instruments
    Public -
    Ø
    Private
    water for livelihood
    “water as a
    Balance “
    ” and
    resource

    The IWRM Implementation Process-GWP
    6
  • 7. Concept to Practice?What We Need?
    Concepts
    Practice
  • Where are we?
    8
  • 18. Knowledge Networking Process
    Partnership Building
    Listening
    Sharing
    Learning
    9
  • 19. The Outputs of the Study
    Design of an IWRM performance improvement indicators:
    performance indicator design for INPUT/OUTPUT/OUTCOME/IMPACT,
    benchmarking guideline, and
    design of an output publication
    10
  • 20. Expected IWRM’s Results Diagram
    Objectives of IWRM
    Economic Benefit
    Basic Livelihood
    Environmental Sustainability
    Water Utilization
    Disaster Vulnerability
    Envt’l Management
    River Basin Organization
    Internal Business Process
    Finance
    Learning and Growth
    Stakeholders
    Impact
    Basin Status Benchmarking
    Output &Outcome
    NARBOBenchmarking
    Input
  • 21. NARBO Performance Evaluation Using Balanced Score Card
  • 22. NARBO Benchmarking Indicators
    River Basin Organization
    • HR Development
    • 33. Technical Development
    • 34. Organizational Development
    Finance
    Internal Business Processes
    13
    Stakeholders
    Learning and Growth
  • 35. Basin Status Benchmarking
    Water Utilization
    • Recreational Water Quality
    • 36. Raw Water Quantity
    Disaster Vulnerability
    • Flood Vulnerability
    • 37. Chemical Spills
    Environmental
    Management
    • Environmental Water Quality
    • 38. Biodiversity
    14
  • 39. An Example of a Basin Performance Report Diagram
    Disaster Preparedness
    Water Utilization
    Environmental Conservation
    Finance
    Stakeholders
    Learning and Growth
    Mission
    Internal Business Process
    15
  • 40.
  • 41. Key Lessons and Issues
    Benchmarking program side
    Data availability
    Adequacy of grading threshold values
    RBO side
    Strong commitment
    Institutional arrangement
    Constraints :time and capacity
    Different type of RBO with Different type of PB Parameters ?
    17
  • 42. “IWRM Performance”Future Study
    RBO Performance
    IWRM Performance
    Expanded to Basin Performance Benchmarking
    NARBO Performance Benchmarking
    18
  • 43. For More Information
    Chris Morris, cmorris@adb.org
    Kei Saiki, c370071@yahoo.co.jp
    soenarto_soendjaja@yahoo.com.sg