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Small-scale Water Resources   Development ModelExample Case from Thailand                 Piriya Uraiwong         Prof.Tsu...
Outline•   Introduction•   Nong-Wang Pipe Bank Project•   Influenced Factors•   Project Development Model•   Conclusion   ...
Current condition of small to medium scalewater resources project in the Northeastern            region of Thailand       ...
Malfunction Projects                       4
Nong-Wang Case: Pipe Bank Project              • Nong-Wang Village              • Nong Kai province                       ...
Project Development Scheme Existing state                 Desired state    NO                                YES         P...
Influenced Factors                                Influenced                                  factorsStakeholder’s        ...
Conclusion     The success of small-scale water resourcesprojects ultimately in the hands of the users.      Stakeholder p...
Acknowledgement• Department of water resources, Regional  office 3• Nong – Wang villagers                                 ...
References[1] Grigg S., N., “Water Resources Management, Principles, Regulations, and Cases” McGraw-Hill, 1996.[2] Mr.Prap...
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  1. 1. Small-scale Water Resources Development ModelExample Case from Thailand Piriya Uraiwong Prof.Tsunemi Watanabe
  2. 2. Outline• Introduction• Nong-Wang Pipe Bank Project• Influenced Factors• Project Development Model• Conclusion 2
  3. 3. Current condition of small to medium scalewater resources project in the Northeastern region of Thailand 5% 8% 17% 27% 43% Very good condition Good condition Rehabilitation Major maintenance Malfunction 3
  4. 4. Malfunction Projects 4
  5. 5. Nong-Wang Case: Pipe Bank Project • Nong-Wang Village • Nong Kai province 5
  6. 6. Project Development Scheme Existing state Desired state NO YES Problem Readiness identification for change Effect of Operation / Maintenance problem identification Internal-information Information search External-information/ Facilitator’s support Water resources Supports project Honest and open communication among stakeholders 6
  7. 7. Influenced Factors Influenced factorsStakeholder’s Realistic Government Problem Communication Expectation Support Recognition Actual state and Incentives Honest Ideal state Effect of problem Technical Open recognition 7
  8. 8. Conclusion The success of small-scale water resourcesprojects ultimately in the hands of the users. Stakeholder participation, along with otherproactive measures which minimize projectfailure, should be taken seriously. 8
  9. 9. Acknowledgement• Department of water resources, Regional office 3• Nong – Wang villagers 9
  10. 10. References[1] Grigg S., N., “Water Resources Management, Principles, Regulations, and Cases” McGraw-Hill, 1996.[2] Mr.Prapatsorn Homparsert (Nong Wang’s village shief), personal interview, March, 4th 2011.[3] Gupta A. D., “Challenges and opportunities for the water resources management in southeast Asia”, volume46(6), December 2001, pp.923-935.[4] University of Dayton, “Consumer problemrecognition”, http://campus.udayton.edu/~jrs/tools/notes/consumer%20problem%20recognition.pdf (access July10th, 2011).[5] Office of Government Commerce, “Category management toolkit; stakeholder relationshipanalysis”, http://www.ogc.gov.uk/documents/Stakeholder_Relationship_Analysis(1).pdf (access July10th, 2011).[6] The Standish group, “The Chaos Report”, http://www.projectsmart.co.uk/docs/chaos-report.pdf (last accessJuly 10th, 2011).[7] Kim, Brian, “How to develop realistic expectation”, http://briankim.net/blog/2008/05/how-to-develop-realistic-expectations/ May 19. 2008 (access July 10th, 2011). 10
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