The Mekong River Commission is funded through contributions from the four Member Countries, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam, and through technical and financial collaborations with the following countries/organisations through their bilateral and multilateral development and financial institutions:
|France||Germany||Japan||Luxembourg||The World Bank|
|Sweden||Switzerland||The Netherlands||The United States|
The MRC works with many different partners through jointly funded projects, under formal Memoranda of Understanding or in a research capacity.
In 2001, the member countries agreed to extend observer status to regional partner organisations to participate in MRC Governance meetings such as the MRC Council and Joint Committee meetings.
|Asian Development Bank (ADB)|
|Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)|
|United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)|
|United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)|
ADB, GMS, and MRC working together for the region.
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A major infrastructure project on the Mekong mainstream, the Pak Beng Hydropower Project in Oudomxay Province of Laos, is currently undergoing a prior consultation process of the Mekong River Commission (MRC). The Commission is serious about this process
5 May 2017, Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR – About 200 participants of various stakeholder groups gathered in Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR for the Mekong River Commission’s (MRC) 2nd Regional Stakeholder Forum of the proposed Pak Beng Hydropower Project.
Members of the Mekong River Commission Council spent five days in the Lower Mississippi Valley in the United States beginning April 2, 2017 arriving in Memphis, Tennessee and travelled to numerous locations in the region as the guests of the Mississippi R