After six years of engagement aimed at improved livelihoods within functioning and well-managed wetlands, the Alliance is in the process of designing a couple of impact studies. While the majority of partners has reasonably good data on the number of communities and people reached, income levels increased and wetlands areas conserved or rehabilitated, the question of what did change because of these interventions, remains largely unanswered. In close collaboration with local partners, AIT students will undertake their Master thesis research with a focus on what are the socioeconomic and environmental changes that were initiated by Alliance partners activities.
Welcome to the new WA web-presence
Like so many wetlands, the website of the Alliance for some time was threatened and disappeared. With the drying-up of core support, Alliance processes, interactions and functions changed considerably, with only a presence on Facebook maintained. We are now in the process of restoring the Alliance website and hope to bring back as much of content as possible, and enhance its functionality.
The occasion for reviving the website is the international conference that will be organised in January 2016 in Siem Reap. Starting with conference related information, we will increasingly add information, news, updates and documentation about our partners' work and engagement in the region.
Please bear with us, if and when areas you are trying to access do not yet function properly. We are working hard to make a visit to our site worthwhile, providing you with news, information and insights on wetlands management.