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Integrated Water Resources Management - Importance of stakeholder participation

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Published on March 7, 2014

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This presentation by A. Gurunathan from the DHAN Tank (Vayalagam) Foundation made at the Madurai Symposium 2013 lists out the basics of ensuring stakeholder participation in water resources management.
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INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WITH STAKEHOLDERS’ PARTICIPATION A.GURUNATHAN Chief Executive DHAN Vayalagam (TANK) Foundation

What is IWRM? • It is a process that promotes coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources in order to maximise equitable economic and social welfare without compromising Vital ecosystems.

The Dublin-Rio principles 1992 - the underpinning of IWRM - 1. Fresh water as a finite and vulnerable resource. 2. Water development and management based on a participatory approach 3. Women playing a central part 4. Water as an economic good with an economic value in competing uses

IWRM: the triple top/bottom line! Economic Efficiency Structure Management Instruments  Assessment  Information  Allocation Instruments Equity Enabling Environment  Policies  Legislation Environmental Sustainability Institutional Framework  Central Local  River Basin  Public Private Balance “water for livelihood” and “water as a resource” The three “E”s The three “pillars” of IWRM

Horizontal integration : Managing competing uses, across sectors Cross-sectoral integration • Enabling environment • Institutions • Management tools Water for people Water for food Water for nature Water for energy and other uses

TN - Water supply and demand (2025) • Total water resources = 46,540 Mcm Surface: 24,160 Mcm Within the state: 16,769 Mcm From neighbouring states:7,391 Mcm (30%) Groundwater: 22,380 Mcm • Total demand = 57,725 Mcm Agriculture = 49978 Mcm (86%) Non- Agriculture = 7747 Mcm • Supply-Demand Gap = 11,185 Mcm (24%)

River Basin Organisations for Better Governance • Large Dam Centric Institutional structure • Damodar Valley Authority (Tennesse Valley Authority) • Lack Vision to think comprehensive governance and management aspects

Key Challenges • Establishing River Basin Organisation – Bottom Up Approach ( Interfacing new institutional frame work with constitutional frame work) • Active involvement of Key Stake holders (Area Water Partnership) • River basin level IWRM Plan • Effective Demand side management

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