According to bank documents, the project development objective of the Third Phase of the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Project is to establish the foundation for effective water resource and fisheries management in project areas in the northeast of Cambodia. The project comprises of two components. The first component, fisheries and aquatic resources management in Northern Cambodia is to improve the management of fish and aquatic resources in selected areas in Kratie and Stung Treng provinces. It consists of following four sub-components: a) establishment of community fisheries management, b) fisheries co-management infrastructure and equipment, c) enhancements of fisher community livelihoods, and d) project administration and management. The second component, water resources management (WRM) in Northeastern Cambodia aims to improve water resources management in Northeastern Cambodia in the Sekong-Sesan-Srepok- Sekong Prek (3S) and the Preah, Prek Krieng, Prek Kampi and Prek Te (4P) subbasins, and support trans-boundary dialogue with Vietnam under the framework of the Mekong IWRM Program.
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