Mekong river

Gender and water governance in the Mekong region
Women play a critical role in providing, managing and safeguarding water resources. This makes it necessary to identify solutions to enhance their participation in water governance at different levels. Poor understanding of the distinct roles and contributions of men and women often leads to a lack...
Oxfam’s regional partners present Disability Inclusion(DI) action plan and checklist in Chiang Mai: Photo: Saneth Meas/Oxfam
Learning from the Disability Inclusion into Water Governance training organised by Oxfam Mekong Regional Water Governance Program (MRWGP) and EarthRights International (ERI) last 27th-28th August 2018.
Oxfam in Asia - Publications - Cambodia - Women Key to Mekong Future and Prosperity
Gender equality and women’s participation must be at the forefront of enhancing joint efforts to achieve the SDGs in the Mekong River Basin. It is time for the MRC and member countries to act upon their commitments for a more inclusive and sustainable management of the Mekong River Basin.
Oxfam in Asia - Cambodia - Building Community Fisheries to Safeguard Livelihood and Fish Stocks
A mega hydropower dam on a fragile river in norther Cambodia threatens fish stocks and the indigenous communities that depend on them.
Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Extractive Industry Programme
Our goal is to ensure that vulnerable communities affected by mineral mining and national hydrocarbon exploitation will have exercised their right to sustainable livelihood.
Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Water Governance
We aim to strengthen civil society and empower communities, so that more farmers and fisherfolk in the Mekong region will fully realize their rights to secure and sustainable livelihoods.
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