Managing Water Scarcity in the Mekong Region – Cambodia Water Scarcity Profile


Project Description

The Cambodia water scarcity profile is a stock-taking exercise designed to understand what water scarcity challenges exist in the country and what is the current approach of government to managing water scarcity. The focus is on understanding the policy instruments available and how effective planning and management measures have been in addressing water scarcity issues. 


Project Objective

The objectives of the assignment are:

  • Characterise the nature and extent of water scarcity experienced by Cambodia and describe trends over time in the severity and impact of water scarcity on agricultural and rural systems and the implication for food and water security
  • Document the existing policy instruments and government approach to managing water scarcity, including policies, plans, regulations, projects and initiatives
  • Assess the performance and effectiveness of water scarcity management in Cambodia 

Start Date : 09-Mar-2021
End Date : 30-Aug-2021

Donors

Publications

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Good Practices and Lessons Learned from Contract Farming in Vietnam

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Contract Farming Arrangements among Thailand’s Smallholder Farmers: Linking Small Scale Farmers to Strengthen Production and Mar...

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Contract Farming in Mekong Countries: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

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The Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Water Resources in Cambodia: From Local Communities’ Perspectives

Cambodia Development Review 22 - 3

Effectiveness of Community Forestry for Forest Conservation in Cambodia

Working Paper 109

Common Pool Resources and Climate Change Adaptation: Community-based Natural Resource Management in Cambodia

Edited Book

Climate Change and Water Governance in Cambodia: Challenge and Perspectives for Water Security and Climate Change in Selected Catc...

Working Paper 100

Agricultural Technological Practices and Gaps for Climate Change Adaptation

Policy Brief 5

Strengthening Adaptation Capacity of Rural People in the Main Agro-ecological Zones in Cambodia



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