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Empowering Community Management of Fish Conservation Zones - Stung Treng Ramsar Site Cambodia

The Mekong River in Cambodia’s Stung Treng Province has been designated a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It is a unique environment, with deep pools that harbor young fish and seasonally flooded forests where numerous species of fish go to spawn. In 2011, WorldFish initiated a research project to provide technical support to 15 Community Fisheries groups. This video was filmed in August 2017.

The Mekong River in Cambodia’s Stung Treng Province has been designated a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It is a unique environment, with deep pools that harbor young fish and seasonally flooded forests where numerous species of fish go to spawn. In 2011, WorldFish initiated a research project to provide technical support to 15 Community Fisheries groups. This video was filmed in August 2017.

 
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