IWMI in Southeast Asia
The Battery of South East Asia - Chu Thai Hoanh
IWMI's aim in Southeast Asia is to improve the productivity of water and land resources in the region's river basins for sustainable livelihoods, food and environmental security.
To its partnerships in Southeast Asia, IWMI brings more than 15 years of experience in dealing with land and water issues across the developing world. All research outputs are freely available to those working in the water and development sectors.
The availability and access to water will be the pre-eminent issues affecting global economic development and the livelihoods of the poor, given that they often marginalized and suffer the most when resources are scarce. Southeast Asia is not isolated from these drivers and hence will need to address these issues as economies emerge from developing to developed..
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