Various climate change mitigation strategies have been developed and implemented in many EU countries aiming to reduce GHG emissions throughout the product's life cycle or supply chain. One such formulating strategy is the "Carbon Footprint Label."
This project aims to establish a sustainable rattan industry by introducing Cleaner Production (CP) and a credible Chain-of-Custody certification for raw rattan, as well as the establishment of a link to the European market.
Schooling Burmese children in refugee camps in Thailand is key to community and cultural survival. Revised curricula, teachers' training and provision of teaching material have contributed to the steady improvement of education services in the camps.
The preservation of Phu Khieo has promoted a better understanding of sustainable development among villagers. This community-based natural resource management project secures a better living for villagers without endangering the forests wealth.
To put an end to the stigmatization of People Living with HIV & AIDS (PLHA) in Thailand, concerned groups and PLHA have joined forces to have their voices heard. Hospitals now hold regular HIV clinics and several PLHA did enrol to become counsellors.
Inadequate collection, treatment and disposal of solid waste results in environmental problems such as pollution of water, contamination of food and the spread of diseases. Improving the municipal waste management system is central to this project.
The partnership between Cambodia and Thailand has allowed the implementation of innovative STI/HIV/AIDS prevention activities for young people in both countries as well as the establishment of care services for People Living with HIV/AIDS.
DELGOSEA is a transnational network of local governments and their associations, academics, civil society organisations and media for the promotion and exchange of best practices on local governance in Southeast Asia.