• BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Dr Scott Perkin, Head of Natural Resources Group (IUCN Asia Regional Office) opening the forum.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Mr Raphaël Glémet, BRIDGE Project Manager (IUCN Asia Regional Office) presenting the BRIDGE project to Forum participants.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Participants listening to the presentation
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Mr Paradis presenting to the work of MRC IKMP (Information & Knowledge Management Programme)
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Group Discussions on Next steps in the development of a common framework for the assessment of the 3S rivers ecology.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Mr. McCartney presenting on theme - Some Research Highlights and Data in 3S Basins.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Reporting back on Group Discussion Outputs.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Dr Sothea Khem (MRC) presenting to participants, MRC’s Hydro-Metrological Data Management system currently in place and also availability of different types of real time data for open access.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Mr Jim Webb (Deputy Managing Director, Hatfield Consultants, South East Asia) delivering technical presentation on development of a common framework for the assessment water ecology in the 3S river basins.
  • BRIDGE Technical Forum (4-5 February 2015): Participants Group Photograph.
  • BRIDGE Champion’s Network Meeting(6th February 2015): Mr. Tek Vannara (Executive Director, NGO Forum Cambodia) participating in the group discussion aimed at evolving the long term vision for the BRIDGE Champions Network.
  • BRIDGE Champion’s Network Meeting(6th February 2015): Ms Jane Lawton (Head, IUCN Asia Communications and Private Sector Engagement) presenting on the theme- Champions for water cooperation in 3S basins.
  • BRIDGE Champion’s Network Meeting(6th February 2015): Members of Champion’s Network participating in the plenary discussions aimed at evolving long term vision for the Champion’s Network.
  • BRIDGE Champion’s Network Meeting(6th February 2015): Ms Lea Guerrero (Regional Communications Manager, IUCN Asia) facilitating group discussions on communication strategy and long term vision and role of Champion’s Network.

The Sekong, Sesan and Sre Pok are trans-boundary tributaries of the Mekong. The 3S Rivers, as they are collectively known, support the livelihoods of 3.5 million people living in Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam.

As the Asian region develops, the 3S rivers continue playing a significant role in the economic growth of the basin.