Buddy Mentors

Name of fellows Research titles Buddy Mentors
Nguyen Phuong Le
IMG_5015
Farmers’ coping strategy with water scarcity for coffee production in Central Highland of Vietnam: A case study in Cư M’gar  district, Dak Lak province Chou Chea
Minitta Taosouvanh
IMG_5028

Mekong river based livelihood strategy of women in Sahong and Som villages of Khong district (Siphandorn area).

 Ly Quoc Dang
Jenny Lovell
IMG_5005
Agrarian Resilience: Gender, Diversity, and Intensity in the Vietnamese Mekong River Delta Oeurng Chantha

Dr. Serey Sok
IMG_5008
Livelihood development and public participation in fishery management in the Lower Mekong Basin: a comparative study among ethnic minorities in Cambodia and Lao PDR Kesa Ly


Phimthong Kouangpalath

Dr. Somkhith Bouridam
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Nguyen Thi Hai Ninh
IMG_5016
Water Quality Management for Aquaculture Production at Farm Households in Mekong Delta: A Case Study in Thot Not District, Can Tho Province of Vietnam Kunthea Phirum
Surasom Krisnachuta
Pinwadee Srisupun
Saowanee T. Alexander
Thitarat Panchana
4-tile
Women and social justice in water and land governance: A case study of women’s livelihoods in a village affected by Hua Na Dam Suon Seng

Nguyen Thi Da Thao
IMG_4723
Study in vulnerability and adaptation to drought of ethnic minority women in Krong No river basin, Vietnam. Surasak Witoon
geng
Le Thi Huong Loan
IMG_5007
Mobilising women participation to improve hydropower project performance: A case study from Thu Bon – Vu Gia River, Vietnam. Vo Xuan Sang
Oulavanh Keovilignavong
IMG_5020
Impacts of mining investment on local livelihoods and marginalization of women in Pek district, Laos Ham Kimkong

Soimart Rungmanee
IMG_5018
The Mekong River Enclosure: Fish Farming and Fish Commodity Chain in Northeast Thailand Panpilai Sukhonthasindhu

Nguyen Bich Ngoc
IMG_5006
Roles and benefits of women in  the payment for forest environmental service program in Vietnam: a case study in the Se San river watershed, Kon Tum province  Borin Un
Suon Siny
IMG_5010
Challenges and spaces for community women (Case study on Sambour Hydro-Power Development Project, Kratie Province, Cambodia) Bach Dang Dinh

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