The Huong River basin in ThuaThien Hue province, central Vietnam, is about 1092.7 square miles, which covers 56% of the province. The river originates from the Annamese mountains and flows northeast through Hue City into the TamGiang-CauHai Lagoon before entering into the sea. The basin that supplies water to 1.124 million people is highly affected by climate change and threatened by hydropower dams projects and municipal waste.
Ms. Pham Thi Dieu My has been involved in Vietnam River Network (VRN) since 2008. She is well educated in environmental protection and experienced in water management. She used to work for the Huong River Basin Management Board. She currently serves as the director of Center for Social Research and Development (CSRD) and executive board member of VRN, where she gains a lot of aspiration and motivation to work in water advocacy.
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