This project connects the analytical efforts of all CPWF Mekong projects. Supporting stakeholders in managing their water resources means supporting stakeholders to make choices and to reach a common understanding on the necessary arrangements for sharing and allocating water‐related goods and services.
All of the Mekong projects build capacity through their interactions with their partners, and through their networking activities. Project 5 has a clear capacity building strategy that focuses on a fellowship program, offering small grants to short term M-POWER Fellows to implement research that compliments the BDC projects. It also has a targeted learning program, revolving around guest speakers from other basins (particularly, other CPWF basins) to deliver short courses on novel and interesting ways to manage dams, Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and other topics that can help to fortify and strengthen the management of hydropower and IWRM in the Mekong Basin.
Challenge Program on Water and Food (Colombo, Sri Lanka).
Kim Geheb (email@example.com).