August 13, 2010

Session 3 Public perception

August 13, 2010

MAMN Ver2 Lesson Plan IFM for Transboundary Rivers and River Basins

One of the fundamental principles of Integrated Flood Management is the River Basin approach.  The principles of IMF for river basin that is exclusively within a country or under a single political administration is the same as that for an international or transboundary basins.  However, river basins that are administratively divided by international or intra-national boundaries require special understanding and treatment particularly with respect to the harmonious relationship between the adjoining States.  The relative location (upstream or downstream) of these states with each other within the river basin is not really important.
August 13, 2010

Group exercise

August 13, 2010

Case Study

August 13, 2010

TOT Course Program

TOT Course Program Schedule
August 13, 2010

TOT Course Program Rekapitulasi Introduction To IFM

Flood is defined as "a relatively high flow or stage in a river, markedly higher than usual, also the inundation of low land that may result there from a body of water, rising, swelling and overflowing the land not usually thus covered"
August 13, 2010

TOT Course Formulating IFM Strategies

Flood management is a process related to political and administrative decisions that are aimed to prevent flood event and mitigate consequence of flood disaster.
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