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OCTOBER 2002 – PRINT – MEKONG RIVER ISSUES


While their fisherman husbands are being interviewed, housewives cook large fish for journalists -- one indication of the successful fish conservation project at Kok Pla Daek village in southern Laos.


A local fisherman is probably the best possible source to help assess 
the Mekong River’s changing ecological face.


Rocks form rapids that are a spawning ground for fish. Journalists learn of their importance during a visit to the spectacular Khone Falls on the Mekong River in southern Laos.


The Pak Moon Dam on a Mekong River tributary in northeast Thailand is a case study in the pros and cons of water resource management.


Waiting to witness Irrawaddy dolphins near the Lao-Cambodian border, journalists interview local fishermen on how the rare fish species
contributes to their traditional living.

Mekong United. After one month’s training, Indochinese journalists realise how much they share by having the Mekong River in common.

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