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BRIEFING

ON
WATER RESOURCES
IN
N.W.F.P
AREA

• Total area of NWFP. 18.4 million acres


• Cultivable area. 6.55
• Irrigated area 2.125
• Balance area 4.425
Existing infrastructure

Flow Irrigation Schemes 83 Nos


Total Length of Govt Canals 3840 Kms
Lift Irrigation Schemes 45 Nos.
Storage Dams 7 Nos.
Irrigation Tube Wells 356 Nos.
SCARP Tube wells/Dug Wells 606 Nos.
Surface/sub surface Drains 5146 Kms
Flood Protection Embankment and spurs. 352 Kms
WATER PLAN/STRATEGY
Objectives
A. Improvement of existing systems.

B. Increase irrigation application efficiency.

C. Bring new area under irrigation.

D. Reclamation of water logged lands.

E. Minimize water pollutants.

F. Drought Management.

G. Flood Control.
Course of action
 Lining of irrigation canals.
 Remodeling of canals.
 On farm water management
 Harness & manage hill torrents
 Construction of small, medium & large dams.
 Small irrigation schemes.
 Improvement of civil / private channels.
 Drainage schemes.
 Institutional Reforms.
Action Plan
• Construction of Gomal Zam Dam.
• Construction of 7 small dams.
• Pre-feasibility of 9 small dams.
• Feasibility of 5 small dams.
• Feasibility of 3 small dams.
• Feasibility of Kurram Tangi Dam.
• Detailed design of CRBC 1st Lift.
• 325 small irrigation schemes under DERA & ADP.
• Feasibility for Remodeling of Warsak Canals.
• Lining of irrigation channels.
• 9 SCARP Schemes.
Future Interventions
Name of Project Existing Area New Area Total
(Acres) (Acres)
Kurram Tangi Dam Project 278000 84000 362000
CRBC 1st Lift - 285000 285000
CRBC 2nd Lift - 248000 248000
Munda Dam 332000 16000 348000
Bezai Irrigation Scheme. - 20000 20000
Tochi Baran Link. 170500 - 170500
Other irrigation schemes - 221300 221300
TOTAL 780500 874300 1654800
IRRIGATION PROJECTS
I. Foreign/Federal Funded Projects
A) National Drainage Programme.
* Total cost - Rs. 25048.00 million
* Share of the Province - Rs.2133.35 million
* Number of Sub-Projects - 17
* Schemes under implementation - 09
* Schedule completion - June, 2005
* Area to be improved - 459000 acres
* New area - 11800 acres
B) 2nd Flood Protection Sector Project.
• Total cost of the Project - Rs. 4614.387 million .
• Share of the NWFP - Rs.455.50 million.
• Number of Schemes - 24 (7 core sub projects + 17 other projects)
• Status
i) 5 Nos. core Sub-projects approved by CDWP.
ii) 4 core Sub-projects awarded.
ii) Model studies of 2 nos. core Sub-projects completed.
iv) 5 Nos. other projects submitted to CDWP
v) 2 Nos schemes with PDWP.
vi) 9 schemes at feasibility stage.
C) DERA

• Number of Schemes -- 249. (includes 4 small dams.)

• Estimated cost - Rs.1134.879 (M)

• Schedule completion - August 2004

• All schemes under implementation.

• Area to be improved - 5,00,000 acres

• New area - 55,400 acres


D) Other Irrigation Projects.

Name of Scheme Estimated Cost Allocation for the Area in acres


(Rs. m) current year (Rs.
m)
Gomal Zam Dam 12829.00 800.00 163000 (New)
Project
Lining of Canals 2248.00 50.00 596800 (Imp)
(960 Kms) Phase-I
E) Provincial ADP 2003-04
Name of Scheme Estimated Cost Allocation Area
(Rs in Million) (Rs in (in acres)
Million)
Aza Khel Dam 39.027 18.473 3000 (New)
Chanda Fateh Khan 90.93 4.5 2000 (New)
Dam.
Sangao Dam 33.628 4.00 500 (New)
Other Irrigation 12027.238 215.327 402200 (Imp)
Scheme (76 Nos) 67860 (New)
Total: 12190.82 242.3 402200 (Imp)
73360(New)
III. BHAL SAFAI
• Number of channels to be desilted 428 Nos.
• Length of channels to be desilted 2326 Km
• Quantity of silt to be removed 47 M.cft.
• Estimated cost of desilting Rs. 44 (M)
IV. THE LINING OF WATER CHANNLES

• Water losses from head to farm over 50%.


• NWFP has 2083 KMs unlined channels.
• Assuming 8 Cs & 2 Cs losses per m.sft in the
unlined and lined channels, NWFP losses
1052 Cs – 7.3% of max. designed discharge.
• Lining of Irrigation Channels NWFP- Rs.5000 m.
• PCI for Rs.2248 m as Phase-I
V. SMALL RESERVOIRS
A. Existing Dams in NWFP

Sl Name of Dam Live Storage CCA


No AFT (In Acres)
1. Baran Dam, Bannu 98000 170500
2. Tanda Dam, Kohat 64500 32000
3. Kandar Dam, Kohat 2650 1500
4. Darwazai Dam, Kohat 1500 550
5. Khal Dam, Haripur 930 400
6. Chatri Dam, Haripur 540 400
7. Gandially Dam, Kohat. 13784 3000
Total 181904 208350
B. Under implementation
# Projects Height Live Storage CCA Scheduled
(Ft) (AF) (Acres) Completion.
1 Naryab Dam Project District 105.00 3120 4163 August 2004
Hangu
2 Sharki Dam Project District 130.00 9996 2918 -do-
Karak
3 Changhoz Dam Project District 140.00 11550 3300 -do-
Karak
4 Auxiliary Dam Project Distt: 76.50 1333 2038 -do-
Kohat
5 Aza Khail Dam Project Distt: 65.00 3340 3000 June 2004
Peshawar
6 Chanda Fateh Khan Distt: 82.00 1593 2000 -do-
Kohat
7 Sangao Dam Project Distt: 60.00 1222 450 June 2005
Mardan
Total 32154 17869
C) Small Dams whose Feasibilities have been completed.

# Project E/Cost Height (Ft:) Live Storage CCA


(Rs.M) (AC:Ft) (Acres)
1 Palai Dam Distt: 217.00 104 3650 4600
Charsadda.
2. Sanam Dam Distt: Dir. 112.00 91 1167 1700

3. Kundal Dam Distt: 212.00 157 10135 3000


Swabi.
4. Maroobi Dam Distt: 150.00 90 5530 2000
Nowshera.
5. Kharbara Distt: 100.00 95 562 400
Haripur.
Total 791.00 21044 11700
D) Small Dams whose Pre-feasibilities have been
completed.

# Scheme Stream HT: of Dam Area (Acre:)


(FT:)
1. Surgal, Kohat Surgal 70 1500
2. Sumari Payan, Kohat Sumari Payan 50 800
3. Darmalak, Kohat Darmalak 76 2500
4. Zamir Gul, Kohat Zamir Gul 60 1200
5. Muhammad Khawaja, Kohat Muhammad Khwaja 50 600

6. Ghol Dam, Karak Ghol 70 2500


7. Mardan Khel, Karak Mardan Khel 60 2000
8. Shanai Dam, Swabi Shanai 60 1350
9. Karbogha, Hangu Karbogha 70 800
Total 15650
VI. POSITION ON LARGE DAMS

* Storage capacity of existing reservoirs diminishing.


* Need for new reservoirs.
* Consensus between the Provinces on selection of dam
sites.
Sites for Large Dams
# Name of Dam River Height Live Power Status
(ft) Storage MW
(MAF)
1 Yugo Shyhok 540 4.82 1000Identified
2 Skardu Indus 755 15.52 4000Identified
3 Katzara Indus - 35.0 15000Identified
4 Basha Indus 660 5.7 3600Feasibility in
progress
5 Kalabagh Indus 260 6.1 3600Feasibility carried
out
6 Munda Swat 700 0.67 740F.S. completed
6 Sanjawal Jabba Kass / 290 3.6 Survey carried out
Attock
7 Akhori Nandnakas / 250 3.6 Feasibility under
Attock process
8 Dhok Pathan Soan /Attock 275 8.5 516Identified
9 Rohtas Kahan / Jehlum 275 5.75 To be studied
Total 73.74
NWFP’s POSITION
i. Wide range of choice.
ii. Bhasha Dam suitable and non-controversial
VII. POSITION ON WATER ACCORD 1991
Water utilization

MAF
 Present Withdrawal 7.82
Future Interventions
 CRBC 1st Lift 0.78
 Improvement to existing Irrigation System 0.18
Total 8.78
 Un-utilized share 0.96
VIII. ENVIRONMENTAL/ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATION

 Kabul river polluted due to untreated municipal /


industrial effluents

 Canals passing through urban areas polluted due to


untreated domestic sewerage disposal.

 Contamination and mining of the ground water.

 Environmental & Ecological effect of GBHP on Indus


river between Tarbela & Attock.
IX. Tubewells Status and Plan
A) Status

Irrigation SCARP Dug Total Abandoned/Requiring Working order


Tubewells Tube wells/ Re-boring
wells Sump T/wells D/wells T/wells D/wells
wells

356 396 210 962 181 53 571 116


- CCA = 100800 acres
- Discharge = 711 cusec
- Irrigated Area = 66400 acres (66% intensity)

- Annual Expenditure = Rs. 224.00 million


- Abiana assessed = Rs. 13.422 million
B) Plan

i. Dug wells in Peshawar City and Cantonment to be


abandoned/transferred to District Government.

ii. SCARP Tubewells/Dug wells in canal commanded area to


be transferred to the beneficiaries or abandoned.

iii. Irrigation Tubewells/Dug wells outside the canal


commanded area to be transferred to the beneficiaries.

iv. Regulation of new tubewells.


IX. POSITION ON PAK WATER SECTOR STRATEGY
Total estimated cost of the strategy (2002-2025)

Sub-Sector Cost ($US)


Water Reservoirs 9577.0
Urban Water supply and Sanitation. 5,071.5
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation. 2,170
Industrial Water Supply. 0.0
Irrigation and Drainage. 11,099.0
Hydropower 0.0
Water for the Environment 1,000.0
Flood Protection. 418.0
Total 29,335.5
Mid Term investment Plan (MIPT) 2002-2011

Cost
Rs.(In Million) US $
Federal 313,647 5,227
Punjab 187,479 3,125
Sindh 176,043 2,934
Balochistan 87,019 1,450
NWFP 72,558 1,209
Total 836,746 13,946
Position of NWFP

i. The ten years provincial perspective plan (2001-2011)


amounting to Rs. 163,641 million has not been reflected in
the strategy.

ii. Provincial share in the MTIP indicated as Rs 72,558 million is


hardly 9% of the total MTIP which is far short of the
requirements.

iii. The projects proposed by the province while offering


comments on the strategy have not been included.

iv. FATA totally ignored in the report of April, 2002.


End of
Presentation