Despite these challenges, the agricultural region has made progress in terms of productivity, output and exports of both agricultural and aquaculture products. The Mekong Delta offers abundant potential and resources since it remains Vietnam’s largest production zone, producing half of the country’s rice and over 70 percent of its aquaculture. Yet, the climate challenges will require the sector to innovate with climate-smart technologies and resilient strategies. The Mekong Delta is at a turning point in which its economy needs to be far more productive, innovative and climate-resilient.
Recognizing this formidable challenge, the Vietnamese Government issued Resolution 120 on Sustainable and Climate-Resilient Development of the Mekong Delta in 2017, calling for a “new vision, strategic orientation, comprehensive, radical and synchronous solutions to attract participation of different stakeholders for sustainable development.”
Our clients are private companies, government agencies and knowledge institutions. Building on our networks, we work with them to create tailored roadmaps that are designed to maximize the impact of their investment: Impact by Design.
We specialize in supply of steel sheet piling, welded & seamless steel tubes and anchoring systems distributed, just-in-time, direct to the job sites from our stock yards in The Netherlands, Germany, Poland, UAE and USA and direct ex-mill through our global network.
Global Steel producer and stockist.
Meever & Meever is a global operating organization specialized in the production, stocking, distribution and rental of steel materials. Our main products are; Sheet Piles, Steel Pipes and Anchorage. Besides our products we offer services as; Rental of steel materials and Vibro – hammers and Project design.
Established in 2001, Mekong Capital has the most extensive private equity track record in Vietnam. Our funds have completed 35 private equity investments, of which 27 have been fully exited. Mekong Capital has advised 4 funds, one of which is currently active.
Our team includes 35+ full-time people in our offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. Mekong Capital is led by four Partners with a combined more than 50 years’ experience in our firm. Mekong Capital has been a pioneer in building a powerful corporate culture, a strong team which is a basis for breakthrough results.
Mekong Capital has a strong track record of adding significant value at its investee companies through our Ontological Private Equity approach, and our Vision Driven Investing framework. We work closely with our investee companies to empower them to create a clear vision for their future, a reliable path, the management team and corporate culture necessary for achieving their vision, the data to make well informed decisions and optimize performance, as well as other critical infrastructure and approaches for growing quickly and achieving their vision.
MEF operates in cooperation with Can Tho University's administrative support. The forum began as an initiative championed by Nguyen Minh Quang, James Borton, and Mikio Oishi and was established in June 2017 out of their shared passion for Mekong environment and wildlife. It is staffed by a group of committed individuals, notably Gary Sands and Adam Christopher Hunt, and supported by a wide range of contributors many of whom are environmental activists, independent experts, students and volunteers in the Mekong Delta.
The MEF was formed in response to the public’s growing concern about the impacts that Mekong mainstream dams and climate change would pose on the Lower Mekong Delta’s water and food security, and the livelihoods of millions of people.
MBE is an energy company that specializes in conversion of biological waste to energy. We focus on the conversion of water hyacinth biomass to electricity in Indonesia.
Nuffic is part of the Dutch education field. Its goal is to support Dutch institutions and the Dutch government in internationalisation activities. The focus of its service lies in the Netherlands, even though its mission extends beyond that. Nuffic cooperates with foreign partners, institutions and governments. The organisation dedicates itself primarily to the Dutch knowledge economy, but at the same time it stimulates capacity building in developing countries.
One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty.
Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. We save lives and help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes. And we campaign so that the voices of the poor influence the local and global decisions that affect them.
In all we do, Oxfam works with partner organizations and alongside vulnerable women and men to end the injustices that cause poverty
The idea that became SIWI stems from three linked events in Stockholm in 1991. The Stockholm Water Festival invited the public to celebrate water on the streets of Stockholm, the Stockholm Water Symposium gathered some two hundred scientists to discuss global water challenges, and the Stockholm Water Prize, under the patronage of H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, was awarded for the first time, in recognition of outstanding achievements in water-related activities.
SIWI now focuses on a range of research and development topics within and around water that support decision-makers world. World Water Week, an expansion of Stockholm Water Symposium, is today the world’s leading annual water event, the Stockholm Water Prize the most prestigious water award, and the Stockholm Junior Water Prize fosters future generations of water excellence.
Working with CSOs at the grass-roots level to raise the awareness of women about their political and civic rights, women are also encouraged to run as political candidates. Support has also been provided through the Elections Multi-Donor Programme (with funding support in 2011 from AusAID), which was extended upon the request of the Government of Indonesia to further strengthen the capacities of electoral management bodies for the local elections in Aceh. Support to the preparation of the elections in Aceh has also included equipping civil society groups with skills to monitor election related processes.
UCPD Jakarta has developed country Programming Documents (UCPDs) for its cluster countries. The UCPD will focus on promoting coherence among UNESCO’s sectoral inputs and those of other partners and on fostering intersectoral and interdisciplinary engagement in these countries.
From October 11th – 13th, 2023, at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), District 7, HCMC, Informa Markets Vietnam will operate The 14th International Water Supply, Sanitation, Water Resources and Purification Exhibition – VietWater 2023. The event is the ideal platform for exhibitors to showcase the most advanced products from water resource management technologies, industrial, agriculture irrigation, urban water supply and drainage, and other water-related solutions. This edition gathers 450+ exhibitors from 25+ countries and obtains over 10,000 trade visitors.
In addition, VietWater 2023 offers an international conference program focusing on the theme such as "Accelerating On-Demand Innovations for smart water governance", "Policies and solutions for reducing waste towards the circular economy in Vietnam" and other technical topics. The event also brings "Business Matching Programme". This program is created to fasten buyers and international suppliers to access 1:1 discussion to exchange ideas and enhance their partnerships.
Water.org's projects are funded through grants, loans, or a combination of the two. Its loan program, known as WaterCredit, utilizes microcredit to fund water sanitation projects.