1st MKCF Call

Title of the projectCertified Logistics Masters
Project Implementation AgencyMekong Institute
Project Site
Duration of the Project2014-2017
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project

to design and deliver a modular training on “Training of Trainers (TOT) on Certified Logistics Master Program.”

  1. to improve cross-border and transshipment logistics services through the capacity development and accreditation of local Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) in the GMS economic corridors
  2. to decrease cross-border logistics cost, improve quality and timely services of local logistics service providers, and integrate local logistics providers into the sub-regional, regional and global logistics chains
(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. decreasing cross-border logistics costs.
  2. improving quality and timely services of local logistics service providers in the GMS economic corridors.
  3. integrating local logistics service providers into sub-regional, regional, and global logistic chains.
 
BeneficiaryCambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Thailand
Document(prefer a hyperlink for PDF document)
Contact Person

Mr. Sa-nga Sattanun

Email: sa-nga@mekonginstitute.org

Second Training in the Phase 2

TOT in the Phase 3

Title of the projectWater Resources Management and Development on the Mekong River Linking with Catchment of the Tonle Sap Great Lake
Project Implementation AgencyMinistry of Water Resources and Meteorology
Project Site
Duration of the Project12 months 
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project

to manage water resources in the Mekong - Tonle Sap region in a sustainable and integrated manner by applying legal tools developed by the MRC and appropriate planning

(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. the overall increase in fishery production in amount and quality.
  2. the growth of crop production thanks to better access to water for irrigation and reduced risk of flooding and drought.
  3. natural ecosystems can be conserved and prosperous livelihoods can be achieved thanks to the healthy water flow.
 
Beneficiary Cambodia and Vietnam
Contact Person

Mr. Thach Sovanna 

Email: thachsovanna@yahoo.com

Report
Cambodia Inception Report

Cambodia Inception Report

Pages: 88
Year: 2017
Link: Download

Meeting between MI and PIA

Inception Workshop

Title of the projectMake Legal Arrangements, Laws, Legislations, and Regulations, in Force in the Industry and Commerce Area More Electronically Available and Accessible to Public and Poor Districts in Lao PDR
Project Implementation AgencyMinistry of Industry and Commerce
Project Site
Duration of the Project3 years
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project

to increase availability (by developing the database) of and accessibility (by providing poor district offices with computers) of legal data

(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs
  1. availability of the legal data increase- database and web page would be developed for making legal data publicly available.
  2. accessibility increases- providing a computer to the poor districts in a view for increasing their capacity to access online legal data.
  3. all existing legislations in force in industry and commerce area collected, compiled and classified and uploaded in the database (around 700 legislations).
  4. 188 Local and central staffs will be trained. 
Beneficiary Lao PDR
Contact Person

Ms. Khamphat Phounsouk 

Email: khamphat07@yahoo.com

 

 

Meeting between MI and PIA

 

Title of the projectCapacity Building Project on Development of Statistics
Project Implementation AgencyCentral Statistical Organization (CSO), Ministry of Planning and Finance
Project Site
Duration of the Project3 years
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project
  1. to promote the credibility of statistics
  2. to support National Strategy for Development of Statistics (NSDS) related organizations more effectively
  3. to train staffs in the related field
  4. to improve statistical capacity and knowledge in the national statistical system
(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. developing an integrated system for statistical production, analysis, and dissemination by the successful implementation of NSDS.
  2. capacity building of the staff with systematic training programme in modern statistical practices from data capture to data compilation.
  3. infrastructure development to carry out capacity building of statistical development in Myanmar.
  4. successful implementation of a human resource development program with the support of modernized IT-based data storage.
BeneficiaryMyanmar
Contact Person

Ms. HtayHyayHtun 

Email: Htayhtayhtun84@gmail.com

 

 

Meeting between MI and PIA 

 

Title of the projectBuilding Up a Tripartite Model among Academies – Industries – Government for Skills Development and Acceleration of the Industrialization in Viet Nam
Project Implementation AgencyMinistry of Industry and Trade (MOIT)
Project Site
Duration of the Project1 year (but will be extended)
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project

to build up an effective model of social partnership among training - enterprise - government sectors for skills development and acceleration of industrialization in Vietnam

(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. enhancement of interaction between MOIT’s school.
  2. enhancement of interaction between MOIT’s school and industry together with the promotion of dynamic training program development.
  3. providing sufficient and accurate job opportunity information for the student.
  4. improving internship program quality.
  5. improvement of skill test’s credibility.
  6. strategic and sustainable expansion of skills tests.
BeneficiaryVietnam
Contact Person

Dr. Dinh Van, Chau

Email: chauDV@moit.gov.vn

 

 

Meeting with MI and PIA 

 

Title of the projectComprehensive Training to Increase Efficiency of Rice Production in the Mekong Sub-region
Project Implementation Agency

 

  • Thailand Rice Department (RD), Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
  • National Food Institute (NFI), Ministry of Industry
  • The Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), Ministry of Science and Technology 

 

Project Site
Duration of the Project3 years
StatusOn-going
Objectives of the project 
  1. to develop a cooperation network on efficiency rice production, rice production planning between the Mekong countries and the ROK
  2. to enhance knowledge, information and experience on green productivity in rice mill factory technology
  3. to build capacity in rice crop monitoring assessment and preparedness planning in Southeast Asia
(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. enhancement of knowledge and experience on increasing rice yields through efficient production methods, green productivity in rice mill factory technology, and rice crop monitoring using satellite remote sensing.
  2. sharing of best practices among Mekong members and Korea on possibility applied technology in rice mill factory.
  3. creation on rice cooperation between Mekong members and Korea to serve for food security in the region.
BeneficiaryCambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand
Contact Person

Ms. Supaporn Ritthisak 

Email: supaporn@nfi.or.th

 

 

Applying Technology Learned from Training to the Paddy Rice Field

Training Workshop on Rice Production Theory

Title of the projectStrengthening of Border Liaison Office(BLO) around the Mekong River
Project Implementation AgencyROK Supreme Prosecutors’ Office(SPO)
Project Site
Duration of the Project6 months
StatusCompleted
Objectives of the project

to assist and train Border Liaison Office (BLO) staffs for the purpose of suppressing transnational crimes committed in and around the Mekong region

(Expected) Outcomes/Outputs 
  1. improvement of the drug control system by providing control equipment.
  2. motivation for forensic investigation through acquiring advanced skills.
  3. enhancing control capacity over the border area by sharing the information among each BLOs.
  4. multilateral and bilateral cooperation in dealing with transnational crimes by holding a joint job training and workshops.
BeneficiaryCambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Viet Nam, Thailand
Document(prefer a hyperlink for PDF document)
Contact Person

Mr. Kim

Email: kimjh1181@spo.go.kr

 

 

ROK-Mekong BLO Workshop

Job Training in the Northern Region