Brochures and Leaflets

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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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Transboundary Dialogue (Lao)

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Transboundary Dialogue Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project (Khmer)
This brochure describes an overview of the five bilateral projects of the four Mekong countries that addresses cross-border water resources management issues through transboundary dialogue and cooperation. These projects are part of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project that promotes more coordinated planning and management of shared resources in the region within each territory, between the countries and across the Lower Mekong Basin.

Published on: 18th Nov 2017
File size: 6.5 MB - Language: Lao

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List of Initiative Sustainable Hydropower study reports and documents

The list provides a good overview of the most updated study reports and documents from the MRC on initiative sustainable hydropower.

Published on: 16th Nov 2017
File size: 1.2 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): Agriculture & Irrigation, Basin Planning, Climate Change, Environmental Health, Fisheries, Flood & Drought, People, PNPCA Prior Consultation, River Transport, Sustainable Hydropower

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Transboundary Dialogue Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project (Khmer)

This brochure describes an overview of the five bilateral projects of the four Mekong countries that addresses cross-border water resources management issues through transboundary dialogue and cooperation. These projects are part of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project that promotes more coordinated planning and management of shared resources in the region within each territory, between the countries and across the Lower Mekong Basin.

Published on: 23rd Oct 2017
File size: 7.5 MB - Language: Khmer

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Transboundary Dialogue Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project (Vietnamese)

This brochure describes an overview of the five bilateral projects of the four Mekong countries that addresses cross-border water resources management issues through transboundary dialogue and cooperation. These projects are part of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project that promotes more coordinated planning and management of shared resources in the region within each territory, between the countries and across the Lower Mekong Basin.

Published on: 23rd Oct 2017
File size: 7.4 MB - Language: Vietnamese

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การดำเนินการร่วมกัน เพื่อหาทางออกร่วมกัน

ภายใต้ การเจรจาข้ามพรมแดน โครงการบริหารจัดการทรัพยากรนํ้าของ แม่นํ้าโขงแบบบูรณาการ

โบรชัวร์นี้อธิบายภาพรวมของโครงการทวิภาคีทั้งห้าโครงการของประเทศสมาชิกของคณะกรรมาธิการแม่น้ำโขง โครงการดังกล่าวมุ่งเน้นความร่วมมือในการบริหารจัดการทรัพยากรน้ำข้ามพรมแดนร่วมกันผ่านการเจรจาระหว่างประเทศสมาชิก โครงการเหล่านี้เป็นส่วนหนึ่งของโครงการบริหารจัดการทรัพยากรน้ำแบบบูรณาการของแม่น้ำโขง ที่ส่งเสริมการวางแผนและการจัดการทรัพยากรร่วมกันในภูมิภาคลุ่มแม่น้ำโขงตอนล่าง

Published on: 7th Sep 2017
File size: 9.4 MB - Language: Thai
Topic(s): Sustainable Hydropower, Flood & Drought, Fisheries

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