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The degree of integrated water resources management implementation in the Mekong River Delta in Viet Nam
20/06/22 10:11AM
Tran Van Tra, Tu Anh Nguyen, Le Van Linh, et al. World Water Policy, n/a(n/a).

Abstract: Abstract A comprehensive approach in water resources management, referred to as integrated water resources management (IWRM), is required for successful water resource management. This study determined the degree of IWRM implementation in the Mekong River Delta in Viet Nam using indicator 6.5.1 from the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal 6. A Delphi questionnaire approach was used in the study with a set of Knowledge Acquisition for Multiple Experts with Time Scales. The questionnaire was conducted with 21 selected experts for three rounds. The results showed that the degree of IWRM implementation in the Mekong River Delta in Viet Nam is at a medium-high level. Enabling environment scores significantly better than the three other components, while the finance dimension falls short. This reflects the government's efforts to effectively manage water resources in the region. However, given the limitations in technical and financial capacity for IWRM implementation, this effort is deemed inadequate. The results thus provide an assessment baseline to assist decision makers in addressing the shortcomings of the current state of IWRM.

 

More information http://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1002/wwp2.12071

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