Introduction to SCP  Vietnam


The Sectoral Collaborative Platform (SCP) for Marine Coastal and Delta Sustainability for Southeast Asia (MARE) in Vietnam led by Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment- HCMUNRE

The SCP within the frame work of the MARE project engages different organizations depending on the activity purposes, that designed for discussion and exchange knowledge between the project partners and stakeholders (employers, students, staff, representatives from industry, academia, unions and civil society organizations).

The platform took different organizational forms following the specific geographical contexts and existing stakeholder configurations and preferences. What their share in the common is the commitment to jointly explore options for regional sustainability through mutually beneficial cooperation arrangements.

.The website of SCP is at

This platform is designed for discussion and knowledge exchange between the project partners and stakeholders. In order to promote stakeholder-academic collaboration over MARE topics and to ensure its sustainability, the three forums have been established in this SCP as follows.

These forums are restricted to invitation only, and the mode can be the face to face or virtual meeting.

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SCP presentation

27 July 2023 Forum of SUMARE Discussion on Plastic Waste

MEETING CONTENT Dr. Huynh Vuong Thu Minh represented the Organizing Committee to welcome delegates and guests to the seminar, interact with participants and guests, and coordinate the meeting through the seminar program. The Symposium seminar "Discussion on the Issue...


This project has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.

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This project No. 610327-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.