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2nd River Basin Stakeholder Workshop: Investment Road Map for IWRM-Based Development in the 4Ps River Basin - Highlights

2nd River Basin Stakeholder Workshop: Investment Road Map for IWRM-Based Development in the 4Ps River Basin - Highlights

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2nd River Basin Stakeholder Workshop: Investment Road Map for IWRM-Based Development in the 4Ps River Basin
2nd River Basin Stakeholder Workshop: Investment Road Map for IWRM-Based Development in the 4Ps River Basin

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2nd consultation workshop: Investment roadmap for IWRM-based development in the 4-Ps Area

The workshop took place from 12-14 August 2010 at Mondulkiri Hotel, Mondulkiri. It build on proceedings of a previous workshop, held in January 2010, and aimed to elaborate and consolidate the recommendations made on institutional framework, basin profile, and investment roadmap. The workshop was hosted by Cambodia National Mekong Committee (CNMC). There were some 60 participants, including representatives from 6 ministries; Kratie and Mondulkiri Provinces; districts; the private sector; WWF; [others??]; ADB; and guests from the Solo River Basin (Indonesia), Central Cebu (the Philippines), and the Vu Gia-Thu Bon Basin in Viet Nam. The workshop was opened by HE Watt Botkosal and representatives from the two provinces and ADB. The programme included a status; background presentations about the draft basin profile and draft roadmap; institutional aspects; presentations from other river basins; and thematic group and plenary discussions. Observations were made on the value of community involvement; the need for livelihood development, including resource-based livelihoods; the attactive potential for tourism development; and the benefis of knowledge-sharing. Several participants commented on the less than perfect availability of data and information, and the risk that an imperfect decison basis could, in itself, impede development in the area. A half-day field trip included land use in the upper Prek Te basin, the Busra waterfall and the O'Moleng microhydropower station. Group discussions and a plenary were held about institutional framework; water resources management; agriculture and fisheries; and tourism and hydropower. Many recommendations were made on the draft basin profile and roadmap. The recommendations are being carried forward to the consolidated documents.

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