A rich picture of the problem and value chain of integrated Ciliwung Watershed ecosystems management and restoration

Rasio Ridho Sani, Eko Prasojo, Andrereo Wahyudi Atmoko

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Abstract

This research aims to discover the rich picture of problems that hinder the application of integrated watershed ecosystems management and restoration (WEMR) and to formulate the value chain in order to solve the problems of coordination and overlapping activities in the Ciliwung watershed. Rich picture analysis reveals three problems at the policy level, three problems at the organisational level, and four problems at the operational level. To achieve the strategic targets of Ciliwung WEMR, there are value chains that need to be conducted by: 1) enhancing the conservation area; 2) enhancing the hydraulic capacity; and 3) improving the water quality. These three can be accomplished by implementing: 1) sustainable spatial planning of the Ciliwung watershed and 2) institutional setup and community culture strengthening in the Ciliwung watershed. This research should be followed by further research, which studies the model of proper institutional design and collaboration of the actors in the Ciliwung WEMR.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)427-449
Number of pages23
JournalDevelopment and Society
Volume46
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2017

Keywords

  • Ciliwung watershed
  • Integrated watershed ecosystems management and restoration
  • Rich picture
  • Value chain

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