Cambodia

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  • From Strategy to Practice: The Tonle Sap Initiative August 2006 

    Serrat, Olivier (Asian Development Bank, 2006-08-06)
    The Tonle Sap is a natural phenomenon. In the rainy season, the level of water in the Mekong River exceeds the elevation of the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and forces the Tonle Sap River to flow upstream. The lake swells and fish, ...
  • Future Solutions Now - The Tonle Sap Initiative May 2006 

    Serrat, Olivier (Asian Development Bank, 2006-05-15)
    Cambodia is looking at basin-wide management of the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. By means of extensive investigations, it has nurtured an agreement in principle on organizational form and function in the Tonle Sap basin. The intention ...
  • Future Solutions Now - The Tonle Sap Initiative November 2005 

    Serrat, Olivier (Asian Development Bank, 2005-11-15)
    The fisheries of the Tonle Sap are of vital importance in terms of livelihoods and food security. They provide the only insurance against catastrophe and their sustainable management is intimately linked to the quality of life of millions of people. ...
  • Future Solutions Now - The Tonle Sap Initiative December 2004 

    Serrat, Olivier (Asian Development Bank, 2004-12-15)
    In 2004, the Asian Development Bank and the Ministry of Rural Development collaborated under the Tonle Sap Sustainable Livelihoods Project to sustain and improve livelihoods within the flooded areas of the Tonle Sap. This joint effort featured a ...

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