The study aims to facilitate the long-term planning and policy- making in the crop production sector towards a food secured and poverty-alleviated future for the Lower Mekong River Basin in the face of climate change.
Irrigation for Food Security, Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development in the Lower Mekong River Basin
The report features food security and poverty implications of the current irrigation sector and planned irrigation developments with discussions on how to irrigate the remaining rain-fed areas.
This report provides an overview of the irrigation sector in the lower Mekong countries, including on the issues of environment and capacity of engineers and engineering communities, technical protocols in planning, design, construction management, operations and maintenance, and capacity development.
Technical Paper No.43
This report describes the biomonitoring survey conducted in 2011 in the Lower Mekong River Basin which contributes to the evaluation of the overall ecological health of the river.
The Report Card on Water Quality provides an overview of water quality of the Mekong and Bassac Rivers based on data obtained by the MRC from 2007 to 2011.
This is the Khmer version of the Water Quality Report Card. It contains The report card is also translated in to the four national riparian languages allowing it to be widely distributed within the Member Countries of the MRC.
This document provides a summary of the Rapid Basin-wide Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Tool (RSAT). The RSAT is a multi-stakeholder dialogue and assessment tool designed to assess hydropower development and management issues at a basin wide level.
Integrated Analysis of Data from MRC Fisheries Monitoring Programmes in the Lower Mekong River Basin
Technical Paper No.33
This report analyses time series of data collected at more than 50 locations on capture fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin, including dai fishery in Cambodia, lee trap fish in Southern Laos, fish larvae monitoring in Cambodia and Viet Nam and fish abundance and diversity monitoring in the four Member Countries.