Naga House is located off Sisangvone Road, right near the Japanese Embassy near Sisangvone temple. If you are coming up Sisangvone from Nongbone, you will pass the Japanese Embassy on your right. Immediately after the embassy, turn right at the sign for Vayakhone School. Go straight, for about 100m and Naga house is a two story house on your left. There are two large concrete nagas outside the house, and our orange circle on white logo.
Naga House is a regional hub on research-for-development on water.
Naga House is located in the old IRD office, about 10 minutes from downtown Vientiane, Lao PDR. Naga House is run and managed by the WLE Greater Mekong.
Naga House was established to fill a need in the Mekong region for an impartial space for water resources management and governance where scholars, thinkers, development professionals, civil society and/or NGO workers could work in convivial surroundings. Naga House also serves as a repository of freely available information on programmatic activities, the development of water resources, and other relevant media.
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Meet the Coordination and Change project team
Kim Geheb specializes in the research and development of natural resources management institutions for common property resources. He has sixteen years of experience conducting, implementing, managing and leading natural resources research-for-development projects in the developing world.
David Clayton, the Programme Manager for WLE Greater Mekong, has thirty years of diverse and challenging experience in senior management, financial administration, accounts, auditing, advertising, project management and coordination, logistics and communications.
Mayvong is the Senior Project Coordinator for WLE Greater Mekong. She has a Masters in Natural Resources Management from AIT and a wealth of experience working for diverse projects in the Lao PDR.
Ruby is the Senior Project Coordinator for WLE Greater Mekong. She has a Masters in Development Studies from the City University of Hong Kong and experience working across Laos and Thailand.
Stew is the Regional Network Liaison for WLE Greater Mekong.
Noi is the office manager for WLE Greater Mekong, based in Vientiane, Lao PDR.
Mia Signs is a communications and knowledge management officer with WLE and WLE Greater Mekong. She is based in Vientiane, Lao PDR.
The CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE) is a global research program that promotes a new approach to sustainable agricultural intensification in which a healthy functioning ecosystem is seen as a prerequisite to agricultural development, resilience of food systems and human well-being. This program is led by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), a member of the CGIAR Consortium, and is supported by CGIAR, a global research partnership for a food-secure future.
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) advises the Government on international development policy and manages Australia’s overseas aid program. WLE Greater Mekong is funded in part by Australian Aid.