Mekong Water Governance

Oxfam in Asia - Mekong Water Governance - Stories by Mekong Youth
Read stories about the importance of fair sharing of natural resources in the Mekong region as told by youths from Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand.
Oxfam - Forum theatre, community street performance, youth empowerment, water governance
Oxfam supports and trains nine 'Jokers' in the Mekong region since 2015 as part of its Forum Theatre program.
The Oxfam Water Governance team in Asia has over 15 years’ experience of working on the fair sharing of natural resources and benefits. We work in the Mekong, Salween, Ganges and Brahmaputra and Meghna river basins. Oxfam is present in these basins where millions of people have limited...
Nguyen Thi Khanh - 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winner
The winner of the 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winner told Oxfam that as the challenges faced by the Mekong are becoming more apparent its citizens are rising to the occasion, becoming more knowledgeable and empowered than ever before.
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.
women leader, water governance, Salween River
But despite these challenges, Daw Aye didn’t give up. She did her best to ignore the abuse and focused instead on helping others in her community. When she connected with KMF in 2014, things really started to turn around. Oxfam partners with KMF in Myanmar to implement the Water Governance program...
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 - Mekong Water Governance - Less Fishes to Catch in Srepok River
The recent drop in the fish catch in Srepok river, a major tributary of the Mekong river, causes struggle to the livelihoods of fisherfolk in Lumphat village of Ratanakiri, Cambodia. Oxfam works with local partners to help communities, share knowledge, and provide opportunities for dialogue with...
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 - Water Governance - Regional Forum for Gender Equity and Women's Leadership in Water Resource Management of the Mekong
In the Mekong, the role of women in decision making in water resource management is still very limited even though they are responsible for water fetching, food production and family subsistence.

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