Acting East: Water and linked Livelihoods- Learning from the Mekong Region

Date:   Fri Aug 30, 2019 - Fri Aug 30, 2019 , Contact:   sayandeep.c@asianconfluence.org
Location:   The Lily Hotel, Guwahati , Hosts:   Asian Confluence

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In follow-up to the project titled “Mekong-Brahmaputra Conversation”, implemented in 2018 by the Asian Confluence with support from Heinrich Boll Stiftung India, the organisation seeks to disseminate the learning and best practice cases documented from the Mekong basin in South East Asia in four North Eastern states of India, namely Tripura, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. The workshop aims at facilitating knowledge sharing, interaction and brainstorming to:

1Disseminate learning, outputs and outcomes from Mekong-Brahmaputra  Conversation project in the North East

2. Engaging local stakeholders to seek inputs and ideas on how to adapt the learning and best practice cases from Mekong basin

3. Develop recommendations and ideas for adapting the learning given the local conditions, needs and challenges of the North East region, to lead to sustainable solutions, which can be implemented in the local context at a later

4. Identify potential partners, collaborators and champions who can help in implementing specific interventions in future 



Acting East: Water and Linked Livelihoods- Learning from the Mekong Region