Water Governance in Cambodia: From Centralized Water Governance to Farmer Water User Community
AbstractCambodia has abundant water resources in the wet season and a scarcity of water in the dry season. These phenomena undermine the development in this country and pose a threat to long-term development. Hence, the governance of water becomes critically important for the current and future development of Cambodia. Thus, this study is undertaken to understand the current water governance practice, challenges and constraints that prevent Cambodia from managing water effectively, and identify opportunities to improve it. In doing this, the study examines the water governance in Cambodia from a large-scale water management system and three community-based water resource management systems and farmer water user communities (FWUCs) in three provinces around Cambodia. It concludes that the current water governance practice in Cambodia is still too weak and fragmented to address the water security issues affecting the country, and thus, reorganization of the current structure and system of the water governance framework would be required to address long-term water security issues. View Full-Text
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Sithirith, M. Water Governance in Cambodia: From Centralized Water Governance to Farmer Water User Community. Resources 2017, 6, 44.
Sithirith M. Water Governance in Cambodia: From Centralized Water Governance to Farmer Water User Community. Resources. 2017; 6(3):44.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sithirith, Mak. 2017. "Water Governance in Cambodia: From Centralized Water Governance to Farmer Water User Community." Resources 6, no. 3: 44.
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