On April 22nd and 23rd, 2016, Can Tho University (CTU) coordinated with Ho Chi Minh City Peace and Development Foundation, Tri Viet Center for Social and Educational Studies organized a conference on Sustainable Uses of the Mekong Water Resources. It was attended by national and international experts, scholars and researchers from Norway, the US, France, China, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia; representatives of local and international social and non-governmental organizations, research institutes, universities and businesses in the country.
Conference on Sustainable Uses of the Mekong Water Resources has brought about a multidimensional, multi-perspective discussion on the issues of Hydropower on the Mekong and conflicting interests, environment and climate change in the Mekong River Basin, various growth and development scenarios for the Mekong River Basin: Implications for the livelihood of riparian communities and countries concerned.
Working with Thoi Lai district People's Committee, Can Tho city
On May 17, 2022, delegation of the Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute), Can Tho University, Can Tho City Institute for Soc...
Meeting with delegation of the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue (Swiss)
On May 12, 2022, the Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute), Can Tho University had a meeting with the Center for Humanitaria...
Meeting with delegation of Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
On April 24, 2022, Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute), Can Tho University had a warm welcome to Mr. Jorg Schultz - Head o...
Welcoming H.E. Mr. Gareth Ward - The British Ambassador to Vietnam to DRAGON-Mekong Institute
On April 20th, 2021, Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute), Can Tho University was honored to welcome H.E. Mr. Gareth Ward,...
The activities of the press corps organized by the Dutch embassy in the Mekong Delta
On April 7, 2022, the Dutch Embassy, represented by Mr. Laurent Umans, First Secretary of Water Management and Climate Change at the Dutch Embassy in...