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Business Development Plan as a Regional Water Knowledge Hub Jeongkon Kim


K-water
Asia-Pacific Water Forum Regional Water Knowledge Hub
Center for Water Quality Management in River Basins

K-WATER?
K-water
Government-owned corporation Develops and manages a host of facilities and programs designed to provide the best water supply and water quality available Provides >55% of national clean water needs(16 Multipurpose Dams, 27 Water Supply Systems)

Human Resources
3,900 employees highly dedicated and specialized in various water-related fields

Experiences
More than 40 years experience in managing water resources and regional water supply systems Active R&D and Education Programs in water-related topics

Focus, Vision, Mission & Objectives


Focus of the regional water knowledge hub
Water quality monitoring, Water quality modelling Point & Non-point source control River and Reservoir water quality management Water quality improvement for public health and environment

Vision
To contribute to improving water quality management for healthy and sustainable river basins in A-P Society.

Mission
To share technology, information, and experience in river basin water quality management

Objectives
Participating as knowledge partner in water quality management On-the-job training and technical assistance Development of collaboration with ADB, other Hubs, NARBO, UNESCAP, and other international organizations

Hub Networks
Clients
National, regional and international clients
Central and Local Governments, KOICA RBOs, ADB, UN

Partnerships
National, regional and international partners
Central and local government, Korea Water Forum, Professional societies Universities and research institutes JWA, UNESCO-IHE, NARBO & members, other Knowledge Hubs

Products & Services


Products such as monitoring guidelines, models, and training workshop programs for river basin water quality management. Services such as training and advice for clients.

Capacity Building
Research and development activities within the specific priority water sector topics/knowledge domains of K-water WKH on RBWQM. Training capacity for domestic and international clients.

Hub Governance
Organization
K-waters Research Institute as Center of Excellence for Water and Environmental Research K-waters Water Resources Operations Center, River Basin Management Division, and Academy as supporting Units

Cost Recovery Strategy


secure internal funding for the operation of the hub seek for external funds for major services for the A-P society such as training workshop and technical support recover its cost by developing projects funded by governmental and international organizations such as ADB and UN.

Quality Assurance
Activities to be planned and reviewed by internal administration and by AP WKH secretarial body.

Collaborations & Contributions


Collaboration with Others
Exchange of staff for knowledge sharing and capacity building with other hubs Develop collaborative programs for trainings and workshops Work together to develop external projects

Expected Results and Impacts


Establish knowledge hub activities as a regular service to the A-P society Help secure stable funding for its operation Contribute to improving water quality management practices for RBOs in the A-P society. Encourage other hubs to develop training workshops in their specialty areas Help RBOs realize importance of water quality management in IWRM

Planned Hub Activities


Planned Hub Activities
Develop core teams necessary to support the hub Provide trainings in collaboration with NARBO and other Hubs Develop Technologies for Water Quality Management under Climate Change Contribute to Citarum Project
Water Quality Management Part of the Citarum Project. Example for enhancing WQ management in other river basins

Inflow Prediction Real-time Monitoring

Meteorological Data

Movement in Reservoir

Scenario Analysis

Impact Analysis in Downstream

Technology for Future Directions


Predictive, Preventive Water Quality Management

Paradigm Shift Required


IWRM Approach
Upstream watershed Reservoir downstream

Preventive Management
WQM in Reservoirs is not effective Pollution source control is required

NPS Control
NPS: 20~50% Effective NPS control is required

Strategy
Contribute to improving water security

Leading Hub

K-water Institute K-water Academy


Water Operation Center

Knowledge Sharing & Solutions Provision NARBO APWF WKH

International Partners & Clients

Domestic Partners

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