On July 2nd 2013, the Research Institute for Climate Change – Can Tho University (DRAGON Institute) and Hau Giang Environmental Protection Agency started a project entitled “Climate Adaptation: Water harvesting in the Mekong Delta – A Case Study of Hau Giang Province” at Vi Thanh City, Hau Giang Province.
The project will be implemented by Hanns Seidel Foundation (Germany) and DRAGON Institute. The general objective is to recommend acceptable solutions in fresh water supply to poor communities in rural areas of Hau Giang province for adaptation to climate change.
Through the workshop, the most participants identified that all measurements of water collection and treatments are suitable with local conditions and recommended that measurement of rain water collection with low cost should be applied. Simultaneously, applying measurements in water collection and treatment should be implemented to reach clean and hygienic water in the official indicators in order to meet the requirements of new rural areas.
CTU sustainable development of the Vietnamese Mekong delta
Can Tho University (CTU) will work with provinces and cities in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta to implement the Government’s Resolution 120/NQ-CP, which...
2nd online meeting with Arcadis and Netherland Enterprise Agency in "Communication & Dissemination" project
On July 5, 2021, at the Research Institute for Climate Change, Can Tho University (DRAGON-Mekong Institute), the research team led by Associate. Profe...
An online training for interviewers in project “The Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities (FRMC)”
On 30th, June 2021, the research team in Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute) attended an online training for interviewers...
Online workshop "Framing Session in solid waste management in Can Tho city"
On 25th June 2021, the Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON – Mekong Institute) in collaboration with the Global Resilient Cities Network (GR...
Seminar “Spatial and temporal variabilities of surface water and sediment pollution at the main tidal-influenced river in Ca Mau Peninsular, the Vietnamese Mekong Delta”
On 21st June 2021, at the Hall of the Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON – Mekong Institute), a seminar “Spatial and temporal variabilities...