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  1. Regional migration: A feasible option for livelihood diversification for the Mekong’s poor?

    Migration is a significant issue in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), which consists of Cambodia, China (Yunnan and Guangxi), Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR), Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. International labour migration from GMS countries i ...

  2. Regional migration: A feasible option for livelihood diversification for the Mekong’s poor?

    Migration is not a recent phenomenon. For centuries, people have moved across borders for economic and political reasons. Globally, there were 191 million people living outside their country of birth, or 3% of the world’s population (UN, 2005). This numbe ...

  3. Impacts of the East-West Economic Corridor on local livelihoods and forest resources in the Mekong River region: Case studies of selected forest-dependent villages in Vietnam, Lao PDR and Myanmar (EWEC-FC)

    The East–West Economic Corridor (EWEC) is an economic development program initiated in 1998 to promote development and economic integration of the four ASEAN countries: Myanmar, Thailand, Lao PDR and Vietnam. EWEC created the first transportation corridor ...

  4. Producing benefits for the rural poor from good practices in rice contract farming, Cambodia

    The Cambodian government is committed to increasing rice productivity and aims to soon become a major rice exporting country of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). The government could well use contract farming to boost production, as it is considered to ...

  5. Advancing life and regenerating motherland (ALARM)

    Advancing life and regenerating motherland (ALARM) is a non-profit organization officially registered in Myanmar (Reg.No 2036) since 21st of November 2012. In fact, ALARM has been evolved from the local organization previously known as Ecologically Progre ...