In response to the on-going flood disaster in Thailand, The Royal Thai Government and ADB seek to take early steps in support of Government efforts to strengthen the strategy for flood management. Consistent with these efforts, the TA is proposed to (i) assist the Government to organize and hold an international knowledge forum to support Government efforts to strengthen its strategy for flood management, in the context of wider water and disaster risk management as appropriate and (ii) support sub-national workshops to discuss water and flood management issues and strategic alternatives for strengthening future flood management.
Latest Project Documents
|International Knowledge Sharing Forum on Flood Management Proceedings (Final Report)||Jun 2013|
|Support for Thailand's Flood Management Knowledge Forum||Feb 2013|
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