The management of watersheds affected by the phenomenon of La Niña 2010-2011 improves the life of neighboring communities
Consulting, Technical assistance
813.753 € (2.747.959.213,00 COP)
Adjust (update) the Ordinance and Management Plan of the Garagoa River Watershed, (Code 3507), within the framework of the project “Incorporation of the Risk Management component as an environmental determinant of land use planning in the processes of formulation and updating of plans for planning and management of river basins affected by the phenomenon of La Niña 2010-2011 ”.
The basin makes up a total area of 250,661.85 Ha, and incorporates 32 municipalities of the Departments of Boyacá and Cundinamarca of Colombia, whose Environmental Authorities inherent in the evaluated territory are constituted by the Regional Autonomous Corporations CORPOCHIVOR, CORPOBOYACÁ and CAR CUNDINMARCA.
Definition of the work plan to follow to achieve the fulfillment of the object of the contract; identification, characterization and prioritization of the existing actors in the basin; design and implementation of the community and institutional social participation strategy; compilation and analysis of existing information of an official nature and local, regional and national order; development of the initial situational analysis of the territory and the design of the detailed operational plan for each of the phases that this POMCA includes: Preparation, Diagnosis, Prospective and Zoning, and Formulation.
• Carrying out technical, administrative and logistical activities for the Conformation of the Council of Cuenca, following the guidelines stipulated in both Decree 1640 of 2012 and resolution 0509 of 2013.
• Development of the basic characterization of the basin (perimeter and political-administrative delimitation), analysis and characterization of the physical-biotic aspects of the territory, including: climatic conditions, geology,geomorphology, hydrogeology, hydrography, morphometry, hydrology, water quality, capacity for use of land, cover and use of land, flora, fauna, and identification of strategic areas and ecosystems.