Engaging Stakeholders to Improve Water Security in Cambodia’s Stung Chinit Basin

This case study elaborates on the Sustainable Water Partnership’s (SWP’s) implementation of the Water Security Improvement process in Cambodia’s Stung Chinit Basin. Increasing use of agrochemicals, land use changes, and climate change are contributing to declining water quality and depletion of water supplies, threatening health and livelihoods and creating conflicts among water users throughout the basin.

The case study highlights lessons learned and outcomes of SWP’s stakeholder driven process, including the formulation of key working groups, establishment of a River Basin Management Committee, and development of a strategic action plan.

 

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Sustainable Water Partnership
Length
6 pages
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Population Focus
Peri-Urban
Rural
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