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Lake Naivasha is an internationally renowned Ramsar site located in the Rift Valley in Kenya. But unlike most other designated wetlands of international importance, the water in Lake Naivasha also anchors a flourishing horticultural industry...
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The Sekong, Sesan and Sre Pok are trans-boundary tributaries of the Mekong. The 3S Rivers, as they are collectively known, support the livelihoods of 3.5 million people living in Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. As the Asian region develops, the 3S rivers continue playing a significant role in the economic growth of the basin.
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3S Rivers Protection Network (3SPN)

3S Rivers Protection Network (3SPN) is a Cambodian local civil society organization, which was founded in Banlung Town, Ratanakiri Province in 2001 (as the Sesan Protection Network) and registered with the Ministry of Interior (as 3SPN) in 2005. The network was founded as a local coordinating body in the form of a civil society organisation in order to assist dam-affected communities living alongside the Sesan River in Cambodia after serious impacts...

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