Assessing water vulnerabilities: Successes, failures, and missed opportunities in a Karen Hill Tribe Village on the Thailand-Myanmar border

@inproceedings{Irvine2016AssessingWV,
  title={Assessing water vulnerabilities: Successes, failures, and missed opportunities in a Karen Hill Tribe Village on the Thailand-Myanmar border},
  author={Kim Neil Irvine and Nathan Mische and J. Bowles and Thammarat Koottatep and P. Pichadul},
  year={2016}
}
Aims: This paper uses a narrative, case study approach to illustrate water vulnerabilities associated with a remote, Karen Hill Tribe village in northwestern Thailand and discusses some of the measures taken to address these vulnerabilities. Place and Duration of Study: Huai Pla Kong Village, Tak Province, Thailand; October, 2011November, 2013. Methodology: A needs and vulnerability survey was administered to the head-of-household or spouse of 11 families in the village. The survey tool was a… CONTINUE READING

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