• BRIDGE 3S CSO Forum (16 -17, December 2015, Bangkok, Thailand): Group Photograph of the Forum participants. The Form which was attended by 25 representatives, all from the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working on sustainable water resource management and ecological conservation in three countries - Cambodia, Lao PDR and Viet Nam.
  • BRIDGE 3S CSO Forum (16 -17, December 2015, Bangkok, Thailand): Participants interacting during the Group Work designed to discuss water management issues and challenges in the 3S Basins and provide inputs on the strategic priorities for the development of IWRM (Integrated Water Resource Management) strategy for the 3s Basins.
  • National Workshop on the International Water Laws and Regional Cooperation (September 23, 2015, Phnom Penh, Cambodia): The workshop was co-organized by the 3rd Commission of the NA (National Assembly) of Cambodia, the NGO Forum Cambodia and the IUCN. The workshop was attended by 20 participants and it helped sensitize the highest level policy makers on the provisions and implications of IWL and UNWC as an instrument for cooperative transboundary water governance.
  • Regional Workshop on ‘Benefit Sharing (15-16 July 2015, Bangkok, Thailand): The workshop was attended by 28 participants from the Government, Academic and the Civil Society sector from Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. This workshop helped participants improve their understanding of the mechanisms and institutional requirements to operationalize a ‘Benefit Sharing’ agreements. The IUCN trainer, Dr Isabelle Fauconnier (Water Policy and Sustainability Adviser, IUCN Global Water Programme) interacting with the participants in the picture during the group work at the workshop (standing in the middle).
  • BRIDGE Hydrodiplomacy Training (Siem Reap, Cambodia, April 2015): HE Mr TE Navuth, Secretary General of Cambodia National Mekong Committee (in the middle) delivering welcome speech during the hydrodiplomacy training workshop, co-organized by IUCN and CNMC with the financial support from the BRIDGE project.
  • BRIDGE Hydrodiplomacy Training (Siem Reap, Cambodia, April 2015): Dr Alejandro Iza, Head of IUCN Environmental Law Programme, Bonn (Germany) introducing participants to the key provisions and framework of the 1997, UNWC (United Nations Watercourses Convention). The UNWC is regarded as the only treaty governing shared freshwater resources that is of universal applicability.
  • BRIDGE Hydrodiplomacy Training (Siem Reap, Cambodia, April 2015): Scene from the plenary discussions. The practical sessions gave participants opportunity to use and apply the information and knowledge acquired during the two day training workshop.
  • BRIDGE Hydrodiplomacy Training (Siem Reap, Cambodia, April 2015): Group photograph of participants. The workshop was attended by 20 participants, mostly mid and high level officials from Cambodia NMC (National Mekong Committee) and other relevant government agencies involved in management of shared water resources in Cambodia, such as the Ministry of water resources, foreign affairs, women affairs, environment and planning.
  • National Workshop on the International Water Laws and Regional Cooperation (September 23, 2015, Phnom Penh, Cambodia): The workshop was co-organized by the 3rd Commission of the NA (National Assembly) of Cambodia, the NGO Forum Cambodia and the IUCN. The workshop was attended by 20 participants and it helped sensitize the highest level policy makers on the provisions and implications of IWL and UNWC as an instrument for cooperative transboundary water governance.
  • 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): 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 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.