SWP Mekong Workshops: Water-Food Security in Cambodia

Workshop // SWP Mekong Workshops: Water-Food Security in Cambodia

The Workshop focusses on water-food-security nexus in Vietnam and Cambodia, brining together scientists, policy makers and practitioners

Representatives from civil society, governments, intergovernmental organisations, international NGOs, researchers and development partners will be present and discuss these topics and use this opportunity to exchange opinions and to talk about policy, theory and implementing nexus solutions in the Mekong region.

December 2-3, 2013, Phnom Penh

December 5-6, 2013, Can Tho

Workshop structure

The Workshops will emphasise targeted and useable knowledge of food security risks and opportunities in Cambodia and the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. Keynote speakers will provide the backbone of the scientific knowledge to set the stage while presenters will share the knowledge in various aspect of food security. During the sessions, contributors and participants will access state-of-the art data in the field and be encouraged to discuss in response to available scientific analysis.

Workshop participants

- Local Stakeholders (Directly and Indirectly Affected)

- NGOs & Civil Society Organisations

- Regionally based universities & research institutions

- Private Sector

- Municipalities & government authorities

- Development partners

- Local & international media

(30-40 Workshop participants)

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