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Manual for project appraisal in the lower Mekong basin

Manual for project appraisal in the lower Mekong basin

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Published by Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin in [Bangkok] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mekong River Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Economic development projects -- Mekong River Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsCommittee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC413.M44 M36 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 153 p. :
      Number of Pages153
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3045335M
      LC Control Number82138198

      Svedrup-Jensen, S., Fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin: Status and Perspectives. MRC Technical Paper No. 6. Mekong River Commission, Phnom Penh. pp. Toft Mogensen, M., The importance of fish and other aquatic animals for food and nutrition security in the Lower Mekong Basin. manuals of sufficient scope and depth, the adaptation of these generic manuals to align with Mekong basin states' country-specific legal and institutional frameworks, and socio- economic conditions, and further adaptations as may be required, including the translation of.

      Other articles where Lower Mekong Basin is discussed: Mekong River: Physical features: The lower Mekong, below the point where it forms the border between Myanmar and Laos, is a stream 1, miles (2, km) in length draining the Khorat Plateau of northeastern Thailand, the western slopes of the Annamese Cordillera in Laos and Vietnam, and most of Cambodia,. Sophea Chhin currently works at the Research Group, Fauna and Flora International. Sophea does research in Ecology and Systematics (Taxonomy). Their current project is 'Population density and.

      PROGRAM ACTIVITIES IN THE LOWER MEKONG BASIN. Participating Countries: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. Part of the LMI, ECO-Asia is a $29 million, seven-year regional project of USAID which was started in to promote sound environmental governance in Asia. Two of the project’s key components are described below. Village Focus International VFI is a non-profit that works on land security and human trafficking in Laos, with a focus on developing local leaders to bring about positive social change.


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Resources Development Issues of the Lower Mekong Environmental flows in the Songkhram River Basin, Thailand The Mekong River Commission (MRC) PNPCA ain IWRM Issues at the Project Level (Mekong River Basin) Procedures for Project Notification in the Lower Mekong Basin Lion Refuelling Co.

Ltd. in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB). The Mekong, one of the world’s greatest rivers, is an exceptionally complex system with high intra-annual and inter-annual flow variability caused by the Southwest Monsoon, bringing both great risks and opportunities.

It is also a rapidly changing river because of. The Lower Mekong Basin Report Card on Water Quality for The MRC hopes the book will assist Member Countries’ national experts and other scientists in other fields of study in assessing and monitoring environmental health of the Lower Mekong Basin.

The project addressed adaptation issues in four districts of Prey Veng Province. integrated water resources management practices in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) at the regional, national, and sub-national levels, thus contributing to more sustainable river basin development in the Lower Mekong.

The project development objective for this second phase of the program is to develop the capacity of the Vietnam National Mekong.

Lower Mekong Basin Rehabilitation of Watersheds in the Lower Mekong Basin PN: 1 00 Appraisal Report by Dr. Kersten F.

Panzer commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Terms of Reference and Procedure 1 Background of the Project Proposal 1. In the past four decades, rice has become a commercial crop of great importance to Lower Mekong farmers, augmenting but not replacing its role in securing their subsistence.

Particularly in Northeast Thailand and the Mekong Delta in Vietnam, rice farming has become a major export industry, spurring a process of rural development that has helped lift many households out of poverty.

A social appraisal reviews the project design and the process of project identification through to implementation and monitoring, from a social perspective.

Particular attention is paid to the likely impact of the project on different stakeholders, their opportunities for participation, and the project’s contribution to poverty reduction.

The second phase of MRC's Basin Development Plan Programme () supports the four countries in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) in the participatory. Vietnam, who are described as “the Lower Mekong River Basin States” (LMRBS), to provide a framework for co -operation in the sustainable development, utilization, conservation and management of the Mekong River Basin water and related resources.

The Agreement also established the Mekong River Commission (MRC) as the. Latest News >> Illegal trade with terrestrial vertebrates in Laos Aug Lao PDR should assume the responsibility to introduce conservation measures to keep control over the predicted population declines.

Indigenous Activists Clash With UN Over Proposed Park Aug Indigenous activists fear the conservation project also would deny people forced to flee [ ]. Paddy Fields in the Lower Mekong River Basin Fongsamuth Phengphaengsy Okudaira Hiroshi AIFP, MRCS The 3rd SEAWF Dept.

of Irrigation & Drainage, Malaysia Oct This study is a part of the project outputs of MRC project which is funded by. project appraisal document on proposed adaptable program lending (grants) in the amount of sdr million (us$ million equivalent) to the lao people's democratic republic and in the amount of sdr million (us$ million equivalent) to the mekong river commission for a mekong integrated water resources management project.

Personnel Manual, including Performance Appraisal Review and legal review of the improved manual 21 February Project: MRC-GIZ Cooperation Programme Type of service: Short term consultancy management of the Lower Mekong Basin by the MRC Member Countries.

social cost-benefit methodology as set forth in Project Appraisal and Planning for Developing Countries, by I.M.D. Little and J.A. Mirrlees, Heinemann, London, and in Economic Analysis of Projects, by Lyn Squire Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin (Mekong Committee).

volume to the Manual of Industrial Project. Physiography: The Mekong River Basin consists of seven broad physiographic regions featuring diverse topography, drainage patterns, and about the form of the Mekong River channels and how they connect.

more>> Climate: The Mekong River Basin ranges from the glaciated highlands of the Tibetan Plateau to the hot and humid lowlands of Southeast Asia and encompasses 16 distinct. The review summarises flood characteristics and impacts they cause to the communities in different places in the Mekong river basin through the years of existing.

The Open Development Initiative (ODI) is an open data and information network developed by EWMI that sheds light on development trends in the Lower Mekong Basin. The lower Mekong basin is a trans-boundary ecosystem shared by 6 countries providing a central livelihood and food security to 65 million people as the largest inland fishery in the world.

Mekong Integrated Water Resource Management Project (M-IWRMP) page 1 Appendix 1: The Mekong and Lower Mekong Basin (LMB1) A Physical and Ecological Background (a) General features 1. Topography. The Mekong River2, an internal river, is one of the world’s largest rivers.

Sustainable Management of Resources in the Lower Mekong Basin Project, MRC /GTZ P u b l i s h e d a n d d i s t r i b u t e d b y: Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC) through National Task Force on D e s i g n b y: Li Migura Phnom Penh, December Evaluation and Application of the Latest Satellite-Based Precipitation Products with a Distributed Hydrological Model in the Lower Mekong River Basin.

Book chapter from Urban Planning and Water-related Disaster Management. Linking Land Use with Water Pollution in Coastal Watersheds of China. reservoirs (see E-Book chapter on Trade Offs) and environmental flow assessment (see E-Book chapter on e-flow) and in the assessment of fish pass possibilities for Lower Sesan 2 dam (see E-Book chapter on Fish Passage).

VMod has been used earlier in the Mekong region with good success by .hydrology Article Regional Assessment of Groundwater Recharge in the Lower Mekong Basin Guillaume Lacombe 1,* ID, Somphasith Douangsavanh 2, Sinxay Vongphachanh 3 and Paul Pavelic 1 1 International Water Management Institute, Southeast Asia Regional Office, PO BOXVientiane, Laos; [email protected] 2 College of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, GPO Box.Mekong levels rise to normal, while more rainfall is in forecast.

Water levels across the vast majority of lower Mekong basin have now returned to their normal long-term averages, says the Mekong River Commission (MRC). But they are still lower than those of the and dry seasons.