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Framing research on water resources management and governance in Cambodia
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|Series||CDRI working paper -- 37, Working paper (Vidyāsthān Paṇṭuḥ Paṇṭāl niṅ Srāvjrāv ṭoempī Qabhivaḍḍhn ̊Kambujā) -- no. 37.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2009331381|
In the area of water governance, however, there has yet been little systematic comparison between China and India. For instance, little is known about how China and India deal with the shared set of water challenges – water scarcity and water pollution – brought about by rapid urbanization, industrialization, and uneven resource by: 7. Mollinga, Peter () 'Water, politics and development: Framing a political sociology of water resources management'. Water Alternatives, (1) 1, pp Mollinga, Peter () 'Learning and unlearning in water resources management history in South Asia: the cases of irrigation and flood control'. RIHN 1st International Symposium Proceedings. Cambodia: Enhancing Governance for Sustainable Development Working Paper 14 2 Three major challenges facing Cambodia to enhance good governance emerge from the study. Challenge 1: Strengthening accountability institutions in the public sector. There has been too little attention, respect and resources given to accountability institutions in.
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Framing Research on Water Resources Management and Governance in Cambodia In addition, dams act as physical barriers to migratory aquatic species and to nutrients sourced from upstream sites. Catchment processes include fundamental interconnected activities observed laterally between the constituents of in-channel flows and adjacent floodplain zones.
This paper is written about the Literature review of water resource management in Cambodia. WP Framing Research on Water Resources Management and Governance in Cambodia: A Literature Review CDRI Working Paper Series No. 37 English, 62 pp. May (Download). The framing and governance of climate change adaptation projects in Lao PDR and Cambodia or community-based management of resources.
The governance impli- research is emerging in Cambodia. prepared. In a recent review of water governance in Cambodia, the Cambodia Development Resource Institute notes the importance of considering trade-offs between treating water as an economic good and treating it as a public good.3 A balance needs to be struck between 3 Cambodia Development Resource Institute.
Cambodia has abundant water resources in the wet season and a scarcity of water in the dry season. These phenomena undermine the development in this country and pose a threat to long-term development. Hence, the governance of water becomes critically important for the current and future development of Cambodia.
The framing and governance of climate change adaptation projects in Lao PDR and Cambodia. Abstract. This study explores the way climate change adaptation projects in Cambodia and Lao PDR have been framed.
Four frames were identified: inadequate infrastructure; information deficits; limited planning capacity; and insecure by: 5. curriculums, such as Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) and Sustainable Hydropower Development (SHD).
A regional network of research institutes and fellowship programs shall be created to work jointly on gender and water governance issues and create an enabling environment for more female students.
The Mekong River and the Tonle Sap are essential for Cambodian hydrological system, and are the main resource for Cambodian protein supply, which is estimated to worth 2 billion USD annually. It is however changing as the population is growing and the demand for water is increasing with a lack of effective safeguards.
Water Governance Research Initiative Briefing Paper No. 3 Perspectives on Water Governance Research Introduction This water briefing paper introduces some of the outcomes of a workshop for early-career researchers (ECRs), held in Melbourne during April The workshop program was designed to explore governance research from a range of.
His PhD research combined remote-sensing-based change detection, field botanical surveys and community-scale interviews to examine the influence of World Heritage zoning on subsistence use of forest resources, and to understand the relationship between patterns of vegetation change and forest management practices.
rethinking water resources management, governance, and decision-making: a case study of interlinking of rivers project, india Thesis (PDF Available) April.
8 Key actors in Framing research on water resources management and governance in Cambodia book resource management and power development, and key laws and regulations governing the issue fields of water valuation, dam cascades and resettlement of livelihoods are briefly discussed and outlined in the section below.
Many Faces of Security: Discursive Framing in Cross-border Natural Resource Governance in the Mekong River Commission Article (PDF Available) in Globalizations 13(6) February with Framing Research on Water Resources Management and Governance in Cambodia: A Literature Review Accountability and Public Expenditure Management in Decentralised Cambodia Accountability and Planning in Decentralised Cambodia Accountability and Human Resource Management in Decentralised CambodiaAuthor: KD Consulting.
The studies were used to assist the NWGs by identifying the key water governance issues for each country, providing recommendations on relevant dialogue topics for and and highlighting the scope for improving water governance.
lishment of democracy in Cambodia. Since the UN sponsored election, Cambodia has made efforts to rehabilitate governance in various sectors, including local governance. In Cambodia enacted two laws pertinent to local governance – a law on the administration and management of communes and a law on commune council Size: 1MB.
Effective transboundary water resources management promotes the achievement of the three key objectives of integrated water resources management and sustainable development: 1 the social equity 2 economic growth 3 environmental and ecological protection under the prevalence of good governance and public Size: KB.
Framing research on water resources management and governance in Cambodia: a literature review Vidyāsthān Paṇtuaḥ Paṇtāl niṅ Srāvjrāv. The first volume in the two-volume set Sustainable Water Management and Technologies offers readers a practical and comprehensive look at such key water management topics as water resource planning and governance, water infrastructure planning and adaption, proper regulations, and water scarcity and inequality.
It discusses best management. Water scholars and practitioners generally agree that improving water governance is the key to addressing water insecurity in developing countries.
We review the literature on water governance and argue for a second-generation research agenda, which pays more attention to the study of incentive structures, is multi and inter-disciplinary in orientation Cited by: a Third World Centre for Water Management, Mexico b Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan 'Water Supply of Phnom Penh: An Example of Good Governance', International Journal of Water Resources Development, 2, — To link to this Article: DOI: / urban water services in Cambodia were similar to what then File Size: KB.
Water resources lie at the heart of development in the Mekong Region ().This region refers to: the territory, ecosystems, people, economies and politics of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and China’s Yunnan Province (Kaosa-ard and Dore, ) and is home to about million quality of life in the region is strongly linked to the choices Cited by: (Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology) A.
Executive Summary 1. General environment for procurement in Cambodia’s Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM) is satisfactory and to large extent harmonized with the internationally accepted practices and procedures.
The Law on Procurement is available; and the guidelinesFile Size: KB. “Climate Change and Water Governance in Cambodia”, supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.
The book is the result of close collaboration between the Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI), a lead institute, and project partners: the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM), MinistryFile Size: 3MB. This book is based on the results of the European research project EUWARENESS: European Water Regimes and the Notion of a Sustainable Status.
In this project we focused on the sustainable use of water resources, to be achieved by means of integrated water by: Members of our research team have been working on coastal management and climate change adaptation for over 20 years and produced numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and reports.
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Common-pool resource management is a critical element in the interlocked challenges of food security, nutrition, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability.
This paper examines strategic policy choices and governance challenges facing Cambodia‘s forests and fisheries, the most economically important subsectors of agriculture that rely on common-pool resources. PDF | OnP. Agro and others published Governance of river basin: Gender dimension in framing issues at the local community level | Find, read and cite all the research.
The study seeks out the factors that enable or constrain the good governance of common pool resources in Cambodia, using irrigation water as the case for analysis. It explores the dynamics of community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) and decentralised natural resource. Water management of the Mekong Region has been studied a lot (for example by Öjendal ; and the researchers at the Water Resource Laboratory of the Technical University of Helsinki, TKK).
There are also studies about water management in Cambodia but the situation is changing all the time e.g. in terms of participation. Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management About the Series This series includes a wide range of inter-disciplinary approaches to water resource management, integrating perspectives from both social and natural sciences.
Analysing the governance and political economy of water and sanitation service delivery Daniel Harris, Michelle Kooy and Lindsey Jones Overseas Development Institute Working Paper Results of ODI research presented in preliminary form for discussion and critical comment advancing knowledge, shaping policy, inspiring practice.
Cambodia - Third Phase of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project (English) Abstract. The project development objective of the Third Phase of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Project is to establish the foundation for effective water resource and fisheries management in project areas in the northeast of Cambodia.
• Mr. Koen Everaert, Attaché Natural Resources Management and Climate Change, Delegation of the European Union • Mr. Faisal Ahmed, Resident Representative Cambodia, International Monetary Fund • Mrs. Anne Lemaistre, UNESCO Representative in Cambodia • Mr.
Blaise Kilian, Culture Project Officer, UNESCO. Introduction: Natural Resource Management – Framing Governance Challenges. Authors; Authors and affiliations improve crop yields, and, generally, serve mankind.
Together – a book and an event – form the foundations of America’s modern environmental policy journey. () Introduction: Natural Resource Management – Framing Author: Lynn Scarlett. Water security has emerged as a major framing template in environmental governance and resource management.
The term and underlying concepts have attracted the attention of governmental and nongovernmental organizations, private Cited by: This section provides an overview of the research topics of the Water Management Chair group corresponding with the research lines defined in the research strategy.
Governance of large hydraulic infrastructures (with WG chairgroup) Case studies: Kariba-Cahora Bassa-Itezhi Itezhi-Kafue; High Aswan, Gibe III, etc. The Mekong Program on Water, Environment and Resilience is a network of collaborating organizations and individuals working to democratize water governance in the Mekong Region.
Find out more about our agenda for action research, dialogue facilitation and knowledge brokering by downloading the M-POWER Strategic Guide Water security has emerged as a major framing template in environmental governance and resource management.
The term and underlying concepts have attracted the attention of governmental and nongovernmental organizations, private industry, and the academy in policy and by:.
The situation puts the focus on water governance, which refers to the range of political, social, economic and administrative systems that are in place to regulate the development and management of water resources and provision of water services at different levels of society, both formal and informal (Global Water Partnership ).
Entry into force on 29 June LAW ON WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 The general purpose of this Law is to foster the effective and sustainable management of the water resources of the Kingdom of Cambodia to attain socio-economic development and the welfare of the people.
This Law determines: the rights and obligations of water.Her research interests focus on the politics of water resources management and she examines issues of water security and water governance, particularly in developing-country contexts. Ryan Plummer is a Professor and Director of the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC) at the Brock University (Canada) and a Senior Research Fellow Cited by: