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iNGO Project

World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

Transboundary Conservation of the Critically Endangered Mekong Giant Catfish

Last updated:2008-04-24 00:00:00

One River, One Fishery, Two Countries& This programme of activities is an extension of the workplan of the ComFish project to support government agencies and local communities in the co-management of aquatic resources in the Mekong River. Specifically the project will seek to strengthen transboundary coordination between Bokeo and Chiang Rai provinces and the Department of Livestock and Fisheries (DLF) of Laos and the Department of Fisheries (DOF) of Thailand. Through transboundary dialogue and technical collaboration the project seeks to harmonize policies and technical approaches towards co-management of aquatic resources and conservation of the Mekong Giant Catfish (Pangasianodon gigas). Activities will follow the co-management approach to strengthen the capacity of government agencies and communities for the responsible use and management of capture fisheries, and to identify and protect spawning habitat of the Mekong Giant Catfish.


Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Jan 1st 2008 Jan 1st 2011 1 Jan 1st 2008 Jan 1st 2011 75000


Project Coordinator Project Partners
Roger Mollot
(021) 216 080 extn. 105
roger.mollot@wwfgreatermekong.org
There are no partners specified


Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
Bokeo Province - Huoixai - Paktha - Tonpheung

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Fisheries - Fisheries Training
Data Collection & Analysis - DC&A Training
Education - Non-Formal Education
Human Resources Development - Capacity Building - Education / Training Abroad, incl. Scholarships - Technical Training
Natural Resources & Ecology - Conservation of Natural Resources - Ecological Education - Environment Protection - Governance Aid in NR&E Development - Natural Resources Education & Training - Wildlife Protection
Social Development - Governance Aid in Legislative Issues - Information & Communication - Institutional Development

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