The Joint WMO-IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology

CIFDP-ISW

Indonesia Stakeholders Workshop for WMO Coastal Inundation Forecasting Demonstration Project

3 - 5 December 2013, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia



[Summary]

CIFDP-I Stakeholders Workshop group picturePhase 1 of CIFDP-I was formally be launched in December 2013 through the National Stakeholders Workshop, from 3 to 5 December in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Indonesia Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG) has led the national coordination, and a number of national stakeholders participated in the process, including; National Agency for Water Resources (PUSAIR), National Agency for Geospatial Information (BIG), Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP), State Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI), and universities.

The outcomes of the Workshop included an agreed draft for the Definitive National Agreement (DNA) and Terms of Reference for the CIFDP-I National Coordination Team (NCT), as well as the agreed work plan for the first year (Phase 1) of the project. The DNA will be formally approved by the government of Indonesia, signifying the commitment of the responsible national agencies for the implementation of the project and sharing data and products. Participants in the Workshop enjoyed the in-depth discussion on the requirements and existing gaps (technical / institutional / legal) in develiping a Coastal Inundation Forecasting (CIF) system for Jakarta and Semarang regions, in particular. The general outcome of the discussion would provide the basis in developing the National Capacity Assessment (NCA) for CIFDP-I, as well as the User Requirements Plan (URP) for Indonesia, during the CIFDP-I Phase 1 implementation.

Detailed information on the outcome of the Stakeholders Workshop can be found at: http://www.jcomm.info/CIFDP-ISW.

[General Information: 20 August 2013]

The Stakeholders Workshop for WMO Coastal Inundation Forecasting Demonstration Project in Indonesia (CIFDP-ISW) will be held in the Indonesia’s Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), Jakarta, Indonesia.

This is the kick-off of the national sub-project of CIFDP in the country (CIFDP-I), meeting the initial CIFDP requirements described in the Implementation Plan (see also the Project web site: http://www.jcomm.info/CIFDP). The objectives of the Workshop include:
  • Introduction of CIFDP-I(Indonesia) activities to all relevant stakeholders
  • Assessment of national capacity based on survey results and discussion
  • Discussion about who is doing what on Coastal Inundation Forecasting/Warning System
  • Drafting the National Agreement for establishing and supporting the CIFDP-I
  • Development of a CIFDP-I Project Plan
Under the guidance of WMO and the CIFDP Steering Group (PSG), and with the leading role of FMS, participation is strongly encouraged for the national agencies ("National Stakeholders") and regional organizations, carrying out their duties in the development of forecasting/early warning systems as well as in the community-based disaster management.

Location Indonesia Meteorological Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG)
JI. Angkasa I No. 2 Kemayoran
Jakarta Pusat 10720
Indonesia
Website http://www.jcomm.info/CIFDP-ISW
 

Organisers & Staff

 
Organisers
  Val SWAIL (contact for Project Planning)
  Donald RESIO (contact for Project Planning)
  Nelly RIAMA (contact for National Host)
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Participants

 
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Agenda

 
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