Khulna-Jessore Drainage Rehabilitation Project (KJDRP)

The Khulna-Jessore Drainage Rehabilitation Project (KJDRP) was a flagship project of the BWDB wherein the innovative concept of the Tidal River Management (TRM) was adopted to relieve the severe drainage congestion from the project area. Through extensive consultation with stakeholders during an EIA study, CEGIS recommended the TRM in 1998 as a sustainable solution to drainage congestion to replace the traditional regulator approach. The effectiveness of the TRM approach has been proven through project monitoring. Relief from drainage congestion has yielded new opportunities in agriculture and fisheries. In order to take advantage of such opportunities, an integrated water resources management plan was drawn up with full participation of local Water Management Organizations (WMO) followed by the preparation of a participatory Operations and Maintenance (O&M) plan. The plan based on the bottom-up approach was accepted by the executing agency. This experience suggests that with proper facilitation, as undertaken by CEGIS, it is possible to make an indigenous water resource management plan. In 2011, CEGIS was engaged again in monitoring the KJDRP area considering the environmental and social settings.

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