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The Institute has established its co-operation relations with over 40 international institutes and organizations such as ACIAR (Australia), DANIDA (Demark), JICA (Japan), AIT (Thailand), DHI (Denmark), SIDA (Sweden), GENT (Belgium), DELFT (Holland), LIMOGES (France), IRRI (the Philippines), Peking Irrigation Design Institute, Quang Chau Irrigation Design Institute (China), Taiwan University, International Mekong River Committee and many other non-governmental organizations.

II. Projects name International co-operation

1/ Hydrological, Environmental and Socio-Economic Modelling Tools for the Lower Mekong basin Impact Assessment

Organization: Mekong River Commission (MRC)
Finnish Environment Institute.

The project objectives are based on extensive communication with the Mekong River Commission Secretariat (MRCS), National Mekong Committees (NMCs) and national institutions, and on the experience gained during the WUP-FIN Phase 1. The main objectives are:
1. To complement the MRC Decision Support Framework (DSF) with WUP-FIN modelling tools to improve its hydrological, environmental and socio-economic impact assessment capabilities.
2. To provide technical support to MRC programme activities, in particular the Basin Development Plan and Rule Formation, by using the WUP-FIN modelling tools for
+ Negotiating flow rules and equitable water utilization among the riparian countries (the Integrated Basin Flow Management and rule development)
+ Estimating environmental and socio-economic consequences of development scenarios (for the Basin Development Plan), sustainable maintenance of fisheries, navigation planning and impact assessment
3. To build capacity at the MRCS, NMCs, related line agencies and other institutions to achieve sustainable use of the WUP-FIN modelling and impact assessment tools.
Project consists of field measurements, modelling, socio-economic analysis and preparation of management tools as well as training program. Advanced hydrological, hydrodynamic, water quality and eutrophication models will be used in the project.


2/ Support to Capacity Building of Water Resources Institutes, Vietnam (DANIDA)

Organization: Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Danish Hydraulic Institute (DHI)

The sub-component forms part of SPS National Capacity Building component, which will assist the GOV to develop the national framework for the water sector, particularly in water resources management and services delivery in rural water supply and sanitation.
The development objective of the sub-component is:
“Sustainable Water Resources Planning and Management”
The achievement of this objective will among others depend on the development of an enabling environment of national policies and legislation along with adequate institutional structures at all levels and effective management instruments. Within the framework of the overall policies of the GOV, this shall be water and related land resources with a view to maximize the resultant economic and social welfare in an equitable manner without compromising the sustainability of the resource and vital ecosystems. The adoption of the LWR represents a most significant step in this direction.
The specific contribution of the sub-component in this regard is expressed by its immediate objective:
“Professional services provided by sustainable water resources planning and research institutes”
In pursuance of the Government’s objective of integrated planning and management of water resources, the GOV will depend upon the professional capability of the water sector institutes ( IWRP, IWRR, SIWRR, SIWRP ) as the main provider of the specialized technical services. The aim of the sub-component is thus to strengthen the institutional and professional capacity at the water resources institute.


3/ “Stimulating prefabricated environmental package system (PEPS) – Business model and investment in Asia”

Organization: Witten University, Germany

The overall objective is to contribute practical technology solutions to the emerging environmental pollution control problems faced by rapidly urbanizing / industrializing Asian regions in residential, commercial and industrial context.
The resolving of the mounting environmental pollution problems in the target countries needs the widespread application of pollution control facilities to effectively treat various environmental media (water, air, land). Due to limited financial resources available from the public domain, centralized pollution collection and treatment facilities (such as sewerage and collectors, central waste or wastewater treatment plant, centralized power supply, neighbourhood heating systems etc. as practiced in Europe) are slow to come by because of the huge cost of such investment and difficulties (mostly regulatory) to mobilize the private sector as co-investor in PPP models. In many rapidly urbanizing Asian regions, centralized pollution control solutions are consequently only being developed for the innermost central areas of a limited number of Asian larger cities. The huge periphery of many Asian centres that are critical regional economic engines, are mostly left unattended with little prospect of being equipped any time soon with efficient centralized pollution control infrastructure.
The solution to this Asian environmental infrastructure deficit is decentralised, individual, compact, modular environmental technology systems. These are already increasingly required by law to be installed by each individual economic operator such as urban house block, hotel, commercial centre, industrial production facilities etc. in the periphery of many Asian towns. Prefabricated Environmental Package Systems (PEPS) with their prefabricated, compact and modular features is the most effective way to provide these decentralized pollution control infrastructure on a wide scale because of their lower costs that make them better affordable to Asian individual economic actors.


4/ “Policy reinforcement for private sector participation (PSP) in water supply and wastewater infrastructure development Thailand – Malaysia -Vietnam – Indonesia”

Organization: Witten University, Germany

The objectives of the project are:

To review the lessons of success and failure to be learned from the various PSP models for water supply and wastewater management tried and tested in selective South East Asian Countries.
To establish a diagnostic and benchmarking study of the efficiency and resource potential for PSP driven investments and services in the municipal water and wastewater sector in South East Asia especially beyond the largest national cities.
To stimulate information exchange between stakeholders in Europe and South East Asia as well as within South East Asian nations on the barriers, drivers and incentives for PSP models application in the water supply and wastewater waste management sectors.
To validate through workshops and dialogues with operators and investors the current status, future prospect and desirable support for enhanced reliance on PSP models for municipal water infrastructure development especially in medium size cities in South East Asia.
To encourage experience sharing and networking among PSP stakeholders (government, finance, industry, civil society, academia) in selected countries of South East Asia at various stage of investing in and implementing PSP based water infrastructure.
To publish and disseminate PSP application best practices, performance indicators and benchmarks conducive to stimulate the interest, mutual trust and support of key stakeholders especially the regulatory agencies, the water association, investing operators and the population benefiting from PSP based water services
To assess the demand for support infrastructure and advisory and “arranging” consultancy services useful to stimulate a greater up-take and sustained operation of water infrastructure investment involving PSP approaches.
To strengthen the local /regional capacity to provide the services needed to advance, develop and sustain PSP driven municipal environmental infrastructure in the target countries by attempting to encourage the development of a regional network bringing together relevant agencies and associations.



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