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Portrait of Household Drinking Water Quality in Indonesia

Portrait of Household Drinking Water Quality in Indonesia

As mandated in the 2020-2024 National Mid-Term Development Plan, the Indonesian government targets 100% access to safe drinking water and 15% access to safe drinking water. Availability of access and ensuring safe and sustainable water quality are human rights and as part of health protection. This was conveyed by Professor of Environmental Engineering Research Center for Limnology & Water Resources - National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) and The Executive Director of Asia Pacific Centre for Ecohydrology (APCE), Prof. Dr. Ignatius D.A. Sutapa, M.Sc., at the World Water Day Webinar with the theme Groundwater-make The Invisible Visible with the sub-theme "Maintaining Safe and Sustainable Drinking Water Quality", on Tuesday (22/3).

 

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Saguling Reservoir Operation at Citarum River Basin in West Java – Indonesia: Opportunities and Challenges

Saguling Reservoir Operation at Citarum River Basin in West Java – Indonesia: Opportunities and Challenges

Saguling reservoir is one of three large multi-purpose cascade reservoirs constructed along the Citarum river basin. These reservoirs and its river basin play important roles to provide water needs for agriculture irrigation, domestic, hydropower plant and industrial activities in West Java and DKI Jakarta Provinces. Several environmental problems have increased in the last two decades in this region related to flood, soil erosion, land use change, water pollution, and fluctuations of water supply. Similar conditions werw experienced in Saguling reservoir in terms of environmental degradation consisting of sedimentation and water pollution.

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Flood Risk Assesment with High Spatial Resolution for Flood Disaster Mitigation with Climate Change Scenario

Flood Risk Assesment with High Spatial Resolution for Flood Disaster Mitigation with Climate Change Scenario

 One of the important component in flood disaster risk reduction is the availability of spatial information on flood risk that include: flood discharge (q), flood depth (h), flood extent (A), flood duration (t), and the lost value due to flood which could be quantified in the form of damage costs (Q). Change in the value of risk f(h, A, t, Q) was hypothesized to be sensitive to climate change and other environmental factors that exist at a river basin area.

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EVENTS

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Final Dissemination Workshop on Promoting Ecological and Ecohydrological Solutions for Sustainable Water Management in Indonesia and Asia Pacific Region

UNESCO Office Jakarta in collaboration with Asia Pacific Centre for Ecohydrology (APCE), Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI)

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Regional Workshop on Accelerating Science and Technology to Foster the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific

Regional Workshop on Accelerating Science and Technology to Foster the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific

UNESCO Jakarta office is implementing projects / activities to facilitate the acceleration

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Workshop Indonesia Funds in Trust Final

The Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO (KNIU) in cooperation with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Office Jakarta held the Final Workshop and Steerring Committee of Indonesia Funds in Trust (IFIT) Meeting, on 22 until March 24, 2017.

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