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The Mekong subregion’s abundant biodiversity and natural resources sustain the livelihoods of an estimated 70 million people. However, fragile governance systems and limited civil society participation in the decision-making processes that govern natural resources threaten long-term social and economic development, and exacerbate the impacts of climate change. USAID Mekong for the Future, implemented by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), works to improve natural resource governance in the Lower Mekong by strengthening civil society’s participation in natural resource management.


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