Using the SWOT method, Battambang University, Cambodia, will take the lead in collecting all relevant learning modules and curricula, and synthesizing the current needs in the SEA partner universities. In Europe, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) , Vienna (Austria), will lead the review. These two Universities will bring together all the results from SEA and EU Universities. All of the partner Universities will contribute by giving out their data. A report on the current “state of the art” will be jointly written by the two leading Universities. Based on the report, CONSEA will produce an interactive map indicating all partner Universities involved, and then conduct a workshop to identify the best practices and adapt them to the local context.
- 1. Reviewing EU University partners’ curricula in Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Environment, and thos existed in SEA University partners, based on a SWOT analysis
- 2. Mapping stakeholders and set up a network at national and regional scales
- 3. Launching workshop gathering the partners’ best teaching practices in Biodiversity Conservation and the specificities of Sustainable Environment in the Mekong basin