Multi-stakeholder Platform: An innovative mechanism for promoting integrated decision making in the Stung Pursat catchment
Introduced as an innovation in the Stung Pursat catchment of Cambodia, a MSP was piloted to promote integrated water resource management (IWRM). The “Fostering-Evidence-based IWRM in Stung Pursat catchment, Cambodia project1 (MK 16)” supported three MSP sessions in Pursat, and brought-together over 40 participants from government (national, provincial, and municipal), civil society organizations (including academic institutions), and community-based natural resource communities.
- Author: Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology, Cambodia; Supreme National Economic Council, Cambodia; Tonle Sap Authority; Culture and Environment Preservation Association; Hatfield Consultants;
- Access: Open Access;
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- Citation: Hatfield Consultants, 2013. Multi-stakeholder Platform: An innovative mechanism for promoting integrated decision making in the Stung Pursat catchment. CGIAR Resaerch Prrogram on Water and Food.
- Tags: Mekong, Cambodia, Water Governance,