Brochures and Leaflets

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MRC procedural rules for Mekong water cooperation

The 20-page small booklet is the first public information material to explain the Mekong River Commission’s complex procedural rules for cooperation in a simple language. It introduces the 1995 Mekong Agreement, which created the MRC as a platform for water diplomacy and a knowledge hub on water resources management, and its five sets of procedural rules to materialise the agreement, explaining how these procedural rules have supported regional cooperation and sustainable development of the lower Mekong basin.

Published on: 27th Jul 2018
File size: 3.5 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): PNPCA Prior Consultation

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Mekong Delta Water Issues (English)

This is the first of a new series of knowledge-based leaflets IWRM BRIEF. It presents a summary of findings from a bilateral study on transboundary water resources management issues in the Mekong Delta by Cambodia and Viet Nam. With simple language, graphics and icons, it gives easy-to-digest information on the six priority issues for bilateral cooperation along the border to manage the resources together, to cope with impacts of climate change, development and urbanisation.

Published on: 27th Jan 2018
File size: 5.4 MB - Language: English

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Mekong Delta Water Issues (Vietnames)

This is the first of a new series of knowledge-based leaflets IWRM BRIEF. It presents a summary of findings from a bilateral study on transboundary water resources management issues in the Mekong Delta by Cambodia and Viet Nam. With simple language, graphics and icons, it gives easy-to-digest information on the six priority issues for bilateral cooperation along the border to manage the resources together, to cope with impacts of climate change, development and urbanisation.

Published on: 27th Jan 2018
File size: 5.5 MB - Language: Vietnamese

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Mekong Delta Water Issues (Khmer)

This is the first of a new series of knowledge-based leaflets IWRM BRIEF. It presents a summary of findings from a bilateral study on transboundary water resources management issues in the Mekong Delta by Cambodia and Viet Nam. With simple language, graphics and icons, it gives easy-to-digest information on the six priority issues for bilateral cooperation along the border to manage the resources together, to cope with impacts of climate change, development and urbanisation.

Published on: 27th Jan 2018
File size: 7.3 MB - Language: Khmer

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Sesan and Srepok Water Issues (English)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Viet Nam on cross-border water resources management in the Sesan-Srepok river basins shared by the two countries. The study identifies six priority issues such as insufficient monitoring and assessment of water flow, lack of flood forecasting and warning mechanisms, and limited mitigation measures to address the impacts of hydro-infrastructural development. Addressing these challenges require closer bilateral cooperation.

Published on: 26th Jan 2018
File size: 3.8 MB - Language: English

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Sesan and Srepok Water Issues (Khmer)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Viet Nam on cross-border water resources management in the Sesan-Srepok river basins shared by the two countries. The study identifies six priority issues such as insufficient monitoring and assessment of water flow, lack of flood forecasting and warning mechanisms, and limited mitigation measures to address the impacts of hydro-infrastructural development. Addressing these challenges require closer bilateral cooperation.

Published on: 26th Jan 2018
File size: 6.6 MB - Language: Khmer

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Sesan-Srepok Water Issues (Vietnamese)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Viet Nam on cross-border water resources management in the Sesan-Srepok river basins shared by the two countries. The study identifies six priority issues such as insufficient monitoring and assessment of water flow, lack of flood forecasting and warning mechanisms, and limited mitigation measures to address the impacts of hydro-infrastructural development. Addressing these challenges require closer bilateral cooperation.

Published on: 26th Jan 2018
File size: 4.2 MB - Language: Vietnamese

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Mekong and Sekong Fisheries Issues (English)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Lao PDR on transboundary fisheries management issues in the Mekong-Sekong rivers shared by the two countries. The study identifies seven priority issues, such as exploitative fishing practices, habitat degradation and lack of fisheries data and their sharing, for bilateral cooperation along the border to better manage fisheries resources.

Published on: 25th Jan 2018
File size: 5.5 MB - Language: English

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Mekong and Sekong Fisheries Issues (Khmer)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Lao PDR on transboundary fisheries management issues in the Mekong-Sekong rivers shared by the two countries. The study identifies seven priority issues, such as exploitative fishing practices, habitat degradation and lack of fisheries data and their sharing, for bilateral cooperation along the border to better manage fisheries resources.

Published on: 25th Jan 2018
File size: 5.9 MB - Language: Khmer

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Mekong and Sekong Fisheries Issues (Lao)

The leaflet presents a summary of findings from a joint study between Cambodia and Lao PDR on transboundary fisheries management issues in the Mekong-Sekong rivers shared by the two countries. The study identifies seven priority issues, such as exploitative fishing practices, habitat degradation and lack of fisheries data and their sharing, for bilateral cooperation along the border to better manage fisheries resources.

Published on: 24th Jan 2018
File size: 6 MB - Language: Lao

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