Introduction: Welang Basin
As one of the major river basins in East Java which has caused continuous flood challenges, Welang river basin is uniquely located in three administrative areas; Malang Regency, Pasuruan Regency, and Pasuruan City. The upstream region is located between Malang and Pasuruan Regency, the midstream is in the Pasuruan Regency, while the downstream is in Pasuruan City. Due to the various technical and social factors, it has been continuously flooding and caused a halt in the economic activities. Each section of Welang river, from upstream to downstream, has its own thematic challenges.
This page is dedicated to be the engagement platform between stakeholders in Welang River Basin and to share the Master Plan progress with wider audiences.
Pendahuluan: DAS Welang
Sebagai salah satu DAS utama di Jawa Timur yang kerap mengalami permasalahan banjir, DAS Welang secara unik terletak di tiga wilayah administratif; Kabupaten Malang, Kabupaten Pasuruan, dan Kota Pasuruan. Wilayah hulu terletak di antara Kabupaten Malang dan Pasuruan, bagian tengah di Kabupaten Pasuruan, sedangkan bagian hilir berada di Kota Pasuruan. Karena berbagai faktor teknis dan sosial, maka banjir seringkali menyebabkan terhentinya kegiatan perekonomian. Setiap ruas sungai Welang, dari hulu hingga hilir, memiliki tantangan tematiknya masing-masing.
Halaman ini didedikasikan untuk menjadi media interaksi antara pemangku kepentingan di DAS Welang dan untuk berbagi kemajuan Rencana Induk kepada khalayak yang lebih luas.
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Solution for Welang:
- Ecosystem services
- Community education (on soil and water conservation)
- Water retention - Reforestation actions
- Check dams
- Terrace cultivation / terracing
- Sustainable farming practices, agroforestry
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Solutions for Welang:
- Water retention
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