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1 Thailand Core Country Team: MembersAffiliations Ms. Piamchan DoungmaneeNational Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) Ms. Jirapa TrochimOffice of Agricultural Economics (OAE) Mr. Lertchai SrianantRoyal Irrigation Department (RID) Ms. Anupit Supnithadnaporn (Focal Point) Office of National Economic & Social Development Board (NESDB) Assoc. Prof. Niramol Suthamakit (Mentor) Thammasat University

2 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Water Project Project Name: The Phitsanulok Left Irrigation System Project, Phase II Funding Source: Royal Thai Government Project Leader: Royal Irrigation Dept., Ministry of Agriculture & Agriculture Cooperatives Project Status: Completed feasibility study in 2010 Total project investment:  323 million $ US Project Objectives: o Outputs: (1) Irrigation canals; (2) Drainage systems; (3) Dikes along Nan River o Expected Outcomes: (1) Increase irrigation area and cropping frequency; (2) Provide water supply, (3) Protect and mitigate flood 4/13/20152 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case

3 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Water Project 4/13/20153 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case CostsExisting Project w/o CC Existing Project w/ CC – No Adaptation Project w/ CC & Adaptation Construction costs$ X1 >> $ X1 Large main irrigation cannels ?? Small peripheral irrigation cannels  Drainage system  Dikes along Nan River  Maintenance costs$ X2>> X2>> $ X2 Compensation for land owner (expropriation) $ X3 >> $ X3 (more land needed) Environmental impact mitigation costs $ X4 >> $ X4 Wetter Future Scenario

4 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Water Project 4/13/20154 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case BenefitsExisting Project w/o CC Existing Project w/ CC – No Adaptation Project w/ CC & Adaptation Crop Production Improvement $ Y1<< $ Y1$ Y1 Fruit Production Improvement $ Y2<< $ Y2$ Y2 Increased Ground Water$ Y3<< $ Y3$ Y3 Increased Fishery$ Y4?? $ Y4?? Y4 Income from Tourism$ Y5?? $ 5?? Y5 Wetter Future Scenario

5 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Water Project What next? Consult with climate scientists – Identify most likely climate scenario in the next 30 – 60 yrs at the project sites Consult with water resource engineers – Identify proper alternatives for CC adaptation – Get estimates of the costs of those alternatives 4/13/20155 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case

6 Cost-Benefit Analysis in Agriculture The economic cost-benefit analysis of alternative rice growing technique

7 Title: The economic cost-benefit analysis of alternative rice growing technique Objective: – To evaluate the cost and benefit of alternative of rice growing technique at the farm level Geographic scope of the project: – Irrigated area in central region Actions on the ground/Alternatives: – Broadcasting – Manual parachuting – Rice transplanters 4/13/2015 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case 7 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Agriculture Project

8 Parachuting vs Rice Transplanter 4/13/2015 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case 8

9 Cost-Benefit CostsBenefits Material and other expenditureB1. Yield (output per rai) C1 Seed B2. Income generated from the investment = (Price x Output) – (Expenditure) C2 FertilizerB3. Environmental benefits from saving C3 Herbicide/insecticide - fertilizer C4 Fuel and electricity - herbicide/insecticide C5 Water - water Cost of labor in - greenhouse gases emission C6 Land preparationB4. Health benefits from saving C7 Planting (transplanting using labor/machine and parachute) - fertilizer C8 Maintenance - herbicide/insecticide C9 Harvest Cost of equipment and investment C10 Equipment C11 Investment (e.g. land preparation) Land rent 4/13/2015 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case 9

10 Next Step To explore possible government supporting measures – Low interest loan for buying transplanting machine – Buying transplanting machine for community 4/13/2015 UNDP-USAID Capacity Building on ECCA: Thailand Case 10


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