• Mr. Chhun Delux is a Deputy Chief of Forest Carbon Credits and Climate Change Office, Forestry Administration, Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fishery (MAFF), Cambodia. He has seven years of experience involving with community based- forest management, and community development project, and he is currently one of the Cambodia REDD+ safeguards technical team members. He has extensive experienced involved with two national REDD+ demonstration projects in Cambodia. Aside from working with the government Mr.
    REDD+ Cambodia
  • Cambodia
  • Cambodia
  • Cambodia
  • Ms. Hap Navy is the Deputy Director of Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute (IFReDI), Fisheries Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. She has extensive experience on fisheries, agriculture, value chain and natural resource management.
    fisheries, inland fisheries, socioeconomy, gender Cambodia
  • Dr. Sothea KHEM has over 15 years of working experience with the International Organizations including the Japanese ODA projects; the USAID supported programs, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) and recently is working with the Mekong Institute of Cambodia (MIC) as a research coordinator. He is also working for National Flood Forecasting Center (NFFC) of the ADB’s project for Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    Hydrology and Agricultural Development, Irrigation Planning Cambodia
  • Dr. Pheakkdey Nguon is a Research Coordinator at the Department of International Studies, Royal University of Phnom Penh. His research focuses on REDD+, Sustainable Infrastructure, and Environmental Management. He is currently the Lead Researcher for 1) Comparative study on processes to develop national REDD+ strategy in Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand (funded by the Stockholm Environment Institute); and 2) Ensuring social and environmental sustainability of the Belt and Road Initiative (funded by the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Research Center).
    REDD+, Environmental Policy, Sustainability Science Cambodia