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INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR SAVING THE ARAL SEA. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (EC IFAS). IFAS –TIME OF TESTS AND HOPES Saghit Ibatullin, chairman Almaty 2009. Change of the Aral Sea Boarder. Current picture of the Aral Sea, 2008 Red line – boarders of the sea till 1965.

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executive committee ec ifas

INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR SAVING THE ARAL SEA

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (EC IFAS)

IFAS –TIME OF TESTS AND HOPES

Saghit Ibatullin, chairman

Almaty 2009

main indicators of the water and land reserves usage in the basin of aral sea
Main indicators of the water and land reserves usagein the basin of Aral Sea

Almaty, February 2009

ifas structure
IFAS Structure

CA States Presidents Council

Kazakhstan

Branch

President

Secretariat

Kyrgyzstan

Branch

IFAS Management Board

IFAS Executive

Committee

TajikistanBranch

SIC ICWC

Regional

Hydrology

Centre

Turkmenistan

Branch

BWDSyrdarya

Interstate Coordination

Water Commission

Revision

Commission

Uzbekistan Branch

BWD Amudarya

Interstate Sustainable

Development Commission

Nukuss

Branch

Kyzylorda

Branch

Metrological

Coordination

Centre

Secretariat

SIC ISDC

reasons of insufficient efficiency of aral sea basin rehabilitation
Reasons of insufficient efficiency of Aral Sea Basin rehabilitation
  • Among the reasons that impede the effective water partnership between countries are the following.
  • 1) Absence of:
  • - principles of water distribution and balance between water and energy regimes of water use;
  • - financial mechanisms for compensation of reciprocal losses from energy or irrigation regime of transboundary water resources usage;
  • - joint financing of modernization of irrigation and draining systems and rehabilitation of degraded lands.
  • - unified database (meteorological, hydrological, environmental etc.) recognized by all countries of the region
  • - unified system for monitoring of water resources.
  • 2) Poor public awareness.
  • 3) Poorly developed network of educational and training centers for farmers-water-users.
  • 4)Poor coordination of actions of both the structural IFAS bodies, and donor organizations.
water management reforming tools and instruments
Water Management Reformingtools and instruments
  • Integrated planning of water use. IWRM as a basis to increase

water efficiency and trans - boundary cooperation in basin.

  • Institutions
  • Legal and regulatory framework (development and harmonization)
  • Economic tools ( what is state share and what are the boundaries

of responsibility, financial mechanisms – tariffs, subsidies,

privilege loans, incentives for water saving and resources

protection)

  • Technical and technological aspects (hydrometrics, automation,

water allocation tools)

  • Environmental needs ( pollution control, ecological releases, water

protection zones)

  • Capacity building ( equipment, training, including study tours).
objectives and tasks of the ifas for the future period
Objectives and tasks of the IFAS for the future period
  • 1. To develop an adequate institutional framework to prepare a new program and to implement it.
  • - Proposals for approving new mandates of regional organizations, formulation of goals, responsibilities and scope of authority of regional structures will be developed.
  • 2. To develop a regional water legislation and the principles of water management, including:
  • - Development of regional principles and guidance on rational management of water resources, addressing the issues of water usage based on International conventions.
  • 3. Development of regional guidance on water monitoring and data exchange, which shall include:
  • - expanding and equipping the monitoring stations, meteorological stations and hydroposts;
  • - development of a regional program “Impact of climate change on Water resources in Central Asia”;
  • 4. Establishment of an Information and Analysis Center under EC IFAS.
  • 5. Organization of Donor conference (2010).
  • 6. To develop “Strategies for improving the socio-economic and environmental situation in the Aral Sea Basin”:
  • - Development of a unified Strategy for the use of water resources in CA;
  • - Development of Principles for Joint Operation of Interstate Water and Energy Reserves.
  • - Development of Food safety regional Programm;
  • - Development of Energy safety program;
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View on Aral Basin Management Scheme

Interstate Level

Political concordance and good will

I

Acceptance of the international conventions

IFAS

Development and approval of the regional conventions

ASB Development Strategy

BiandTrilateralagreements

Water and Energy consortium

ASB environmental stability concept

Regional food safety programe

Energy safety program

II

Interstate Basin Level

Transboundary Water Recourses ManagementTIWRM

Economic Safety

Water Recourses Monitoring

Joint Information Database

III

National Basin Level

IWRM Basin Programs

Ecology

IV

National Basin Council

Social and Economical

Tariff Policy

V

Technical Improvement of IrrigationSystems

Regional Management Level

Soil melioration