Chamroeun earns a Master degree in Rural Development and Project Management. He started with local NGO as a field staff working with isolated vulnerable communities, especially well-being of children, youths and women. Those works and experiences made him has compassionated to struggle different ways to serve the most vulnerable people in term of direct field implementation, management, coordination, networking, partnership and technical support including monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning.
Getting start with Oxfam
“My first day was the staff monthly meeting at Oxfam, I recognized that working with Oxfam was very different from my previous working experiences. I have been working with many new challenges allowing me to be part of program quality improvement to support country and multi-country programs/projects. Here, I have chance to learn, work and support various different projects/programs and donors requirements to promote and strengthen system of monitoring, evaluation, learning and social accountability. More importantly, I am very appreciate with my contribution to promotion of gender justice and influencing through Oxfam.”