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World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

Conservation and Management for Sustainable Use of the Huay Ko Watershed in the Upper Sekong River Catchments, Sekong Province

Last updated:2008-05-16 00:00:00

Conservation and Management for Sustainable Use of the Huay Ko Watershed in the Upper Sekong River Catchments, Sekong Province is the revised name based on the project title for the first phase: Sustainable Forest Management for Conservation in the Upper Sekong Watershed Area, Sekong Province. Phase II of the project has been developed to meet the goals and strategies of the Government and donors in order to develop a "Model of watershed Management" including forest restoration, environment and biodiversity protection, and improved livlihoods in the target villages. The Main Objectives of the project are to, - Support the management of the Huay Ko Forest for Watershed Management and Biodiversity Conservation - Enable village land use planning and forest restoration including inter-planting - Improve Livlihoo


Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Jun 15th 2003 Feb 11th 2011 2 Feb 11th 2008 Feb 11th 2011 185000


Project Coordinator Project Partners
Souane Thirakul
(021) 216 080
souane.thirakul@wwfgreatermekong.org
There are no partners specified


Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
Sekong Province - Lamarm - Thateng

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Forestry - Fisheries - Fisheries Training - Forestry Training - Non Timber Forestry Production
Community Development - Community Development Training - Rural Community Development
Education - Non-Formal Education
Human Resources Development - Capacity Building - Management Training - Technical Training
Natural Resources & Ecology - Conservation of Natural Resources - Ecological Education - Environment Protection - Governance Aid in NR&E Development - Land Use Planning - Natural Resources Education & Training - Water Resources Planning - Wildlife Protection

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