Joint Cooperation program (JCP) was signed and agreed by Republic of Indonesia and Kingdom of the Netherlands which involves main knowledge player in water sector of both parties. Main objectives of this program is to carry out a long-term knowledge sharing and capacity building program between the institutes.
Currently 9 institutes from both states are partnered, they are PusAir and Deltares (Water Resources) ; BMKG and KNMI (Meteorological and Climatology) ; BIG and ITC (Mapping and topography); Balitbangtan and Alterra (Agriculture and Irrigation); BPPT (Research Application).
Key issues in JCP are floods (too much), drought (too little) while too dirty is not included yet. The governmental tasks involved in this program are to provide operational support (event and day-to-day decisions) and policy support (planning and development).
UPCOMING EVENT !! 15 June 2015 - Basic and advance Delft 3D training
Knowledge transfer on numerical modelling by Delft 3D will be held in June. This training is intended to support many important numerican modelling works in Indonesia ( readmore)
09-11 June 2015 - DEWS training on SPI implementation
SPI as one of the most advance method to analyse the drought is implemented in DEWS. Knowledge transfer is done through training to staff who reponsible for this operation system in BMKG ( readmore)
16-18 March 2015 - Basic Delft-FEWS Training at BPPT
Supporting plan from BPPT to develop early warning system in East Kalimantan, Deltares and BPPT held basic configuration course for Delft-FEWS (readmore)
16-18 February 2015 - DEWS training on the implementation of ECMWF Data
In order to improve cropping calendar, seasonal forecast is implemented in the Indonesian DEWS. This training was held to prepare staff which will engage in the development in this system (readmore)