Can ASEAN Save the Mekong River?

As discussions continue, the future of one of the world’s greatest rivers is as bleak as ever....

Community engagement in natural conservation in Ha Giang

Project" Impacts of Khau Ca Species and Habitat Conservation Area Establishment on the Livelihoods of Local People - An assessment from the community perspective" was supported by Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (EPF) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and implemented by the Center for Conservation and Development of...

Statement from Vietnamese non-governmental organizations to the Mekong river commission

Re: Consultation on Management and Use of Water in the Mainstream Mekong River....

An exchange visit to Laos

In September 2016, WARECOD organized an exchange trip with the aim of creating an opportunity for upstream and downstream communities of the Mekong River to share their knowledge and experience of Thaibaan research, and to raise concerns regarding the river and food security in the Mekong. With great support from...

Việt Nam conservationist honoured as biodiversity “Hotspot Hero”

Dr Đào Thị Việt Nga, co-founder and director of the Center for Water Resources Conservation and Development (WARECOD), a Vietnamese non-governmental organisation, was among 15 Biodiversity “Hotspot Heroes” to be honoured on September 4 at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. ...

MK 26: River Food Systems from Villagers’ Perspectives in the Mekong Delta

Since 2012, WARECOD has supported local people to conduct local knowledge research (Thaibaan) in three communes in the flooding area of An Giang and Dong Thap provinces in Vietnam. The most important outcome of this research has been that villagers have gained the confidence to participate in dialogues with authorities,...

Knowledge brings behavior change

In the Mekong Delta, declining fish catch is the most noticeable symptom of environmental changes that are threatening traditional livelihoods. A WLE Greater Mekong project, working with local institutions, has been raising awareness of the issues causing this decline and is now detecting grass-roots desire to change livelihood systems as people look to return their ecosystems...

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Can ASEAN Save the Mekong River? Statement from Vietnamese non-governmental organizations to the Mekong river commission Community engagement in natural conservation in Ha Giang Knowledge brings behavior change An exchange visit to Laos MK 26: River Food Systems from Villagers’ Perspectives in the Mekong Delta Việt Nam conservationist honoured as biodiversity “Hotspot Hero” Community synthesized landslide map Sharing after a field trip to Na Hang district
The Center for Water Resources Conservation and Development (WARECOD) is a Vietnamese non-profit organization whose goal is to promote the sustainable use of Vietnam’s water resources and gender equality in resource use and management. WARECOD was established in 2006 under the auspices of the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology...
Since 2012, WARECOD has supported local people to conduct local knowledge research (Thaibaan) in three communes in the flooding area of An Giang and Dong Thap provinces in Vietnam. The most important outcome of this research has been that villagers have gained the confidence to participate in dialogues with authorities, and have a new willingness to share their findings and ideas with other communities regarding the conservation and protection of water resources, and associated ecosystem services. The communities have been using the knowledge that they have gathered and documented to plan for better management...
An exchange visit to Laos
Posted Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2016 | Source: www.warecod.org.vn
In September 2016, WARECOD organized an exchange trip with the aim of creating an opportunity for upstream and downstream communities of the Mekong River to share their knowledge and experience of Thaibaan research, and to raise concerns regarding the river and food security in the Mekong. With great support from CLICK Laos, members of the Thaibaan group in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam had an opportunity to visit Thaibaan groups in the Champasak Province, south of Lao PDR. Here are some stories written by exchange visitors of the Thaibaan groups in Vietnam.
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The Center for Conservation and Development of Water Resources (WARECOD) cooperated with the People’s committees of the Bao Lac district to organize a workshop to share the results of the project “Promoting local participation into decision-making process related to climate and environmental change in the Gam river basin”....

Disater risk reduction project in Quang Nam

The disappearance of flooding season Part 1

The disappearance of flooding season Part 2

The disappearance of flooding season Part 3

MK 26 - Challenges in the Mekong Delta

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