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CONSEA by Mind Map: CONSEA

1. CONSEA partner

1.1. List of stakeholders

1.1.1. University of Toulouse 3-Paul Sabatier, France

1.1.2. University of Girona, Spain

1.1.3. University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Austria

1.1.4. Ghent University, Belgium An Giang Univresity, Vietnam

1.1.5. Can Tho University, Vietnam Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

1.1.6. University of Battambang, Cambodia

1.2. Description

1.2.1. Higher education institutions with 4 European universities from France, Spain, Belgium and Austria and 4 SE Asian universities mainly from Cambodia and Vietnam

1.3. Roles

1.3.1. ensure biodiversity conservation and environmental sustainability through the development of an effective education programs at Master and PhD levels

1.3.2. educate students with essential knowledge, transferable skills and experience

1.3.3. improve SEA educational system through high technology teaching equipment

1.3.4. transfer the best practices of biodiversity conservation technology to stakeholders/managers of the environment

2. CONSEA associate partner

2.1. List of stakeholders

2.1.1. Institute of Hydrobiology-Chinese Academy of Science, China

2.1.2. Region Occitanie, France

2.1.3. Pearl River Fishery Research Institute, China

2.1.4. Institute of Hydroecology, China

2.1.5. Maejo University, Thailand

2.1.6. Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand

2.1.7. SouthWest University, China

2.1.8. Institut Français du Cambodge, Cambodia

2.1.9. Ministry of Water Resources and Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2.2. Description

2.2.1. Higher education institutions, research institute and ministry from Mekong region countries (Thailand and China), who are actively working in biodiversity conservation. Region Occitanie in France and Institute of French language in Cambodia are also engaged in the associate partner.

2.3. Roles

2.3.1. support the implementation of project activities (e.g. curriculum development, training, research labs)

2.3.2. jointly host the internship programs with partner universities

2.3.3. provide laboratory and technical supports

2.3.4. enhance joint research, supervision of students, publication and dissemination of project outcome

2.3.5. support the organization of regional symposium

3. Regional universities

3.1. List of stakeholders

3.1.1. Kasetsart University, Thailand

3.1.2. Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

3.1.3. Kon Kaen University, Thailand

3.1.4. Vietnamese Academic of Science and Technology, Vietnam

3.1.5. National University of Singapore

3.1.6. Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines

3.1.7. Xishuangbanna Tropical Bonatical Garden, China

3.1.8. Sokang University, South Korea

3.2. Description

3.2.1. Higher education institutions in Asian region besides CONSEA consortium, mainly in Thailand, China, Singapore, South Korea and the Philippines

3.3. Roles

3.3.1. improve the quality of MS and PhD programs to meet the need of region

3.3.2. provide laboratory and technical supports

3.3.3. enhance cooperation, joint research, publication, supervision

3.3.4. participate all dissemination activities (e.g. workshop, symposium)

4. National universities

4.1. List of stakeholders

4.1.1. Meanchey University, Cambodia

4.1.2. University of Kratie, Cambodia

4.1.3. University of Heng Samrin Thbongkhmom, Cambodia

4.1.4. Svay Rieng University, Cambodia

4.1.5. Institut of technology of Cambodia

4.1.6. Royal University of Agriculture (RUA), Cambodia

4.1.7. Ho Chi Minh University of Natural resources and Environment, Vietnam

4.1.8. Dong Thap University, Vietnam

4.1.9. Kien Giang University, Vietnam

4.2. Description

4.2.1. Public higher education institutions in Cambodia and in Vietnam; mainly provincial universities universities in Cambodia and in Vietnam delta

4.3. Roles

4.3.1. support human resource and research facility for the implementation of project

4.3.2. mobilize lecturers, researcher and students to join the developed master and PhD programs

4.3.3. provide job opportunity for the graduate

4.3.4. create university network for biodiversity conservation

5. European universities

5.1. List of stakeholders

5.1.1. Royal Belgian Institute of Natural History, Belgium

5.1.2. Uppsala University, Sweden

5.1.3. Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Sweden

5.1.4. Natural History Museum Berlin, Germany

5.1.5. Natural History Museum Vienna, Austria

5.2. Description

5.2.1. Higher education institutions in Europe besides CONSEA consoritum, mainly in Belgium, Germany, Sweden, who are actively working in field of biodiversity conservation

5.3. Roles

5.3.1. share the best practice MS and PhD curriculum

5.3.2. provide feedback on the developed curricula

5.3.3. conduct joint research, publication and co-supervision MS and PhD students

5.3.4. establish European university network for Mekong biodiversity research

6. Research institutes and centers

6.1. List of stakeholders

6.1.1. Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, Cambodia

6.1.2. Institut Pasteur du Cambodge, Cambodia

6.1.3. Ben Tre High-Tech Agriculture Application centre, Vietnam

6.1.4. An Giang Fisheries Seed Center, Vietnam

6.1.5. Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center, Cambodia

6.1.6. Angkor Centre for Conservation Biodiversity, Cambodia

6.1.7. Banteay Srey Butterfly Center, Cambodia

6.2. Description

6.2.1. Research institutes and biodiversity centers in Cambodia and in Vietnam

6.3. Roles

6.3.1. provide laboratory and technical supports to students and trainers

6.3.2. mobilize researchers/staffs to join the developed MS and PhD programs

6.3.3. provide feedback on skills and need of expertise

6.3.4. host internship program and co-supervision of students

6.3.5. support data acquisition and other research resources

6.3.6. support study visit and field trip for biodiversity conservation projects

6.3.7. provide job opportunity to graduates

7. Governmental agencies

7.1. List of stakeholders

7.1.1. Tonle Sap Authority, Cambodia

7.1.2. Cambodian National Mekong Committee

7.1.3. Secretariat of Sustainable Development, Cambodia

7.1.4. Ministry of Education Youth and Sport, Cambodia

7.1.5. Ministry of Environment, Cambodia

7.1.6. Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Cambodia

7.1.7. Ministry of Health, Cambodia

7.1.8. Department of Environment, Cambodia

7.1.9. Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Cambodia

7.1.10. Department of Water Resources and Meteorology, Cambodia

7.1.11. Departments of Aquatic resources management, Environment and natural resources, Vietnam

7.1.12. An Giang Department of Natural resources and Environment

7.1.13. An Giang Department of Environmental protection

7.1.14. An Giang Department of Science and Technology

7.1.15. Dong Thap Department of Natural resources anf Environment

7.1.16. An Giang Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

7.1.17. An Giang Fisheries Department

7.1.18. An Giang Department of forest protection:

7.1.19. Kien Giang Department of Natural resources and Environment

7.1.20. People's Committee of An Giang province

7.2. Description

7.2.1. Ministries & national authorities involving biodiversity conservation and sustainable environment, include also the ministry of education, youth and sport. All provincial departments in Cambodia and Vietnam, which are involved in natural resource management, fisheries, agriculture, rural development and aquaculture at local level are also taken into account in this stakeholder

7.3. Roles

7.3.1. ensure the quality of implementing curricula and graduates

7.3.2. provide accreditation to MS and PhD programs

7.3.3. provide the feedback on the developed curricula to be aligned with national strategic plan

7.3.4. authorize disseminated activities, workshop, conference and data collection

7.3.5. provide job opportunity for the graduates

7.3.6. evaluate the outcome of the project

7.3.7. facilitate data collection and all project activities

7.3.8. mobilize people to join the developed programs

7.3.9. participate local conference/workshop

8. Non-governmental organizations

8.1. List of stakeholders

8.1.1. Mekong River Commission, Laos

8.1.2. WorldFish International, Cambodia

8.1.3. Conservation International, Cambodia

8.1.4. Fauna and Flora International, Cambodia

8.1.5. World Wildlife Fund, Cambdia

8.1.6. GIZ, Cambodia

8.1.7. Voluntary Service Oversea, Cambodia

8.1.8. Wildlife Conservation Society, Cambodia

8.1.9. USAID Cambodia program –US Embassy

8.1.10. Agricultural Development Action, Cambodia

8.1.11. Village Support Group, Cambodia

8.1.12. Cambodia Development Resource Institute, Cambodia

8.1.13. Online Company, Cambodia

8.2. Description

8.2.1. sustainable environment.

8.2.2. Private companies who have partnership with the universities and are providing service in the field of biodiversity conservation and environmental sustainability in Vietnam and Cambodia are also grouped in this stakeholder

8.3. Roles

8.3.1. provide feedback and orientation of developed MS and PhD programs to meet the need of market

8.3.2. support thesis research

8.3.3. host internship programs and supervision

8.3.4. provide job opportunity to graduates

8.3.5. participate workshop, seminars and regional symposium

8.3.6. provide guest lectures to students and lectures

8.3.7. provide the baseline information on the existing curriculum on biodiversity conservation

8.3.8. mobilize people to join the developed programs

9. Regional network & alumni

9.1. List of stakeholders

9.1.1. Network on Sustainable Hydropower in the Mekong Region

9.1.2. Asian Network For Public Opinion Research

9.1.3. Alumni association of Can Tho University CTU

9.1.4. Alumni association of An Giang University

9.2. Description

9.2.1. Regional network in sustainable environment in Mekong, alumni association of the SEA universities, who are working in the field of biodiversity conservation, environment, natural resource managment

9.3. Roles

9.3.1. provide feedback on developed curricula to meet the need of market

9.3.2. provide the orientation of skill needed in the region

9.3.3. support data acquisition and collection of information

9.3.4. assist in dissemination workshop and symposium on biodiversity conservation and sustainable environment

9.3.5. enlarge the regional network on biodiversity conservation and environment sustainability

9.3.6. improve employability of graduates

9.3.7. provide information for research funding for the sustainability of the programs