M-POWER – CPWF RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS          PROGRAM ON WATER GOVERNANCEROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN WATER MANAGEMENT AND ADA...
Common pool resource?                              Rival           Non-excludable                             Everyone can...
Free riderConsequences Overuse                            3
Governing a common water resource,                        what way do you want to choose?                                 ...
Collective action                Social capitalWe need                      Cooperation,                      Collaboratio...
Coping with water scarcity, what way do you want to choose?                                                       Collecti...
Village A:   Comparative case study                                                               Village B:              ...
Preliminary findings:       Self-governance by community based on traditional institutions                                ...
Group of neighbor households or relatives sharing a drilled well                 HH 1   HH 2                       HH 8   ...
Cooperated by households who have coffee gardens far from the stream                                        HH 1          ...
Cooperated by households who have rice fields and coffee gardens                  that can not access surface water Common...
Cooperated by households who have rice fields far from the dam                 Outcomes?                                  ...
Irrigation managed by local governmentSocial capital based   management      Differences and impacts?            Who invol...
Thank you for your attention      and comments                     To fight                        “Collective action key ...
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Role of Social Capital in Water Management and Adaptation to Water Scarcity in Srepok River Basin in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam

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Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy. 2012. Presentation from Session 11: Research Challenges in Water Governance: Institutions, Environment and Livelihoods

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Role of Social Capital in Water Management and Adaptation to Water Scarcity in Srepok River Basin in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam

  1. 1. M-POWER – CPWF RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM ON WATER GOVERNANCEROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN WATER MANAGEMENT AND ADAPTATION TO WATER SCARCITY IN SREPOK RIVER BASIN IN DAK LAK PROVINCE, VIETNAM Prepared by: Nguyen Thi Thiem 1
  2. 2. Common pool resource? Rival Non-excludable Everyone can come and useWhat are the consequences? 2
  3. 3. Free riderConsequences Overuse 3
  4. 4. Governing a common water resource, what way do you want to choose? Collective actionIndividual action How to get collective action? 4
  5. 5. Collective action Social capitalWe need Cooperation, Collaboration Value/benefit Groups, Networks Trust, Reciprocity, Rules, Belief Exchange Norms Social capital can help to solve problems of the commons 5
  6. 6. Coping with water scarcity, what way do you want to choose? Collective action Individual action 6
  7. 7. Village A: Comparative case study Village B: Strong rules, Weak rules, many groups, few groups, much exchange Water scarcity context less exchange Government management approach Differences and impacts? Social capital Water management, Adaptation to WS Influencing factors? WhoDensity Performance Functions Mechanisms Outcomes involved Decision making Water Resource Maintain & & plan allocation mobilization 7 protection
  8. 8. Preliminary findings: Self-governance by community based on traditional institutions Annual ceremony of M Nong people Social capital Communal water-port of the village Who involved? Mechanisms? Outcomes? 8
  9. 9. Group of neighbor households or relatives sharing a drilled well HH 1 HH 2 HH 8 Social capitalHH 3 A drilled well HH 7 Who involved? Mechanisms? HH 6 HH 4 Outcomes? HH 5 9
  10. 10. Cooperated by households who have coffee gardens far from the stream HH 1 Stream HH 2 HH 3Social capital HH 4 HH 5Who involved? Mechanisms? 10 Outcomes?
  11. 11. Cooperated by households who have rice fields and coffee gardens that can not access surface water Common owned digging pond of households Coffee gardens Rice fields HH 1 HH 2 HH 3 HH 4Who involved? Social capitalMechanisms? Outcomes? 11
  12. 12. Cooperated by households who have rice fields far from the dam Outcomes? Common owned dike Mechanisms?Who involved? HH 1 HH 2 HH 3 HH 4 HH 5 HH 6Social capital 12
  13. 13. Irrigation managed by local governmentSocial capital based management Differences and impacts? Who involved? Mechanisms? Outcomes? 13
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention and comments To fight “Collective action key on water” 14

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