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Project introduction

The project is aimed at enhancing recovery efforts in areas at high risk of flooding within the county and city. Treatment measures are based on the overall watershed treatment strategy outlined in the completed water conservancy comprehensive planning report. The goal is to further enhance the safety of rivers, drainage, and coasts managed by county and municipal governments. To achieve this, there is a need to restructure governmental agencies to incorporate the principles of river basin management, aiming for better coordination and integration among competent authorities governing land and water resources and related matters. This includes the promotion of comprehensive river basin governance, conservation, management, and the implementation of river basin management policies.

The project aims to improve 250 square kilometers of flood-prone areas nationwide, providing increased protection for approximately 1 million people and reducing the loss of life and property caused by floods.

Execution strategy 

  • Enhance flood resistance by improving flood prevention, disaster reduction, and tide protection projects.
  • Implement integrated river basin water management to enhance flood control and flood adaptability.
  • Strengthen disaster prevention, early warning and response capabilities to effectively manage disaster risks.

Project goals

This project aims to enhance the length of rivers and drainage by approximately 190 kilometers, expand the sewer system by around 115 kilometers, and improve agricultural drainage by about 189 kilometers. Additionally, it will increase the protected area by 250 square kilometers.