River Basin Management Academy (RBMA) is a six-block tailored-made training and capacity building program for the Water Resources Agency of the East Java Province civil servants, collaborating with Nuffic, HZ University of Applied Sciences and The Water Agency.
The main goal for the training is to make the knowledge transfer and transformation happen between the Welang Masterplan consortium to the Province’s civil servants. This knowledge transfer on integrated river basin management could be repeated in the coming years for new employees of the Province to provide opportunities for life-long learning as per the Sustainable Development Goals 4 agenda.
The program consists of 6 learning blocks and this article includes resources for Block 5: River Basin Governance.
Course Content: Block 5 – River Basin Governance
5.1 – Institutional Alignment I
The water-related issues have been increasingly demanding, which creates potential conflict issues among stakeholders. The institution plays a significant role in solving this issue. There are three types of institutions: (1) central institution, (2) regional institution, (3) other institution (public & private company). These institutions are responsible for water management, from planning and implementation to operational and maintenance.
In Indonesia, the water institution’s coordinator communicates with the regulator (government), operator, developer, and user.
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