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ADB’s Citarum Project in Aljazeera

Sunday, August 15, 2010



ADB is planning several million dollars project to restore the quality of Citarum river in West Java, the main supplier of bulk water to downstream cities such as the capital, Jakarta. The ICWRMIP will restore riverbanks along the Citarum. The project involves the resettlement of hundreds of households currently residing in the riverbanks. NGOs argued that not enough room for public participation is provided, something which the ADB denied.  NGOs also claim that the project will not likely to change anything as no mechanism for pollution control is included. I am not able to confirm any of these allegation but some documents relating to the project is available in the ADB website.


Read also: Finding a cure for Indonesia’s sick river (CNN)

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IWRM Course Sylabus

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

For those of you interested in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), have a look at a 2007 sylabus for the course at Florida International University here. There are some links to downloadable materials, papers and lecture notes too.