Announcing M-POWER Fellows 2011-2012 - Nu Salween Call
The Mekong Program on Water, Environment and Resilience (M-POWER), with the support and collaboration of the Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF), is pleased to announce five fellowship awards for 2011-2012.
An M-POWER Research Fellowship provides an exciting and challenging opportunity for researchers to join a multi-country and multi-disciplinary team. The fellowships support researchers working to improve water governance in the Mekong Region.
The fellowship program is lead bythe Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Ubon Ratchathani University, and Yunnan University on behalf of the M-POWER network.
Ms. Chau Thi Minh Long
Western Highlands Agriculture and Forestry Science and Technology Institute
Impacts of hydropower on farmers’ livelihoods in the Srepok River in Vietnam: A case study of the Buon Tua Srah hydropower project
Mr. Ham Kimkong
Royal University of Phnom Penh
Understanding decision-making processes around hydropower in the 3S Region in Cambodia: Challenges for local livelihoods
Mr. Kesa Ly
Cambodia Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC)
Improvements for hydropower management and decision-making in the Mekong: Cases from the 3S Region in Cambodia
Mr. Pichai Uamturapojn
Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
Understanding the causes and processes of organizational changes in and/or between River Basin Organisations (RBOs) in Thailand and Laos
Ms. Wang Jian Ping
GMS Study Centre, Yunnan University
Reflections from good practices of the Erhai Lake Basin Management Commission (ELBMC), China, in Integrated Watershed Management