A graduate in management from the College of Commerce Specialist, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and Preston University (USA), Kanika has over 30 years of experience in strategic human resources management, business development, security management and legal compliance. Before joining Oxfam in 2007, he worked with several different international organizations, such as the United Nations, private sector and the Cambodian government. He is now a Human Resources Manager as well as a Security and Compliance Officer.
At the Helm of Human Resources Management
“I have learned a lot from Oxfam about different laws and policies from networking at the regional level and from other senior managers. Oxfam is a learning organization in which everyone including me has many opportunities to grow,” said Kanika. In this role, he cares for every aspect of human resources management and development, security management and legal compliance to make sure all programs align with policies and the legal framework.
Commitment to Support Oxfam and Staff
Ensuring that Oxfam remains an employer of choice, provides a most conducive working environment with a supportive culture and promotes the right spirit of high-performing employees, Kanika tries his utmost to support staff in terms of their health, safety and security.
Kanika also supports Oxfam’s partner staff to gain full awareness and better understanding of policies and procedures. In addition to the country office, Kanika also provides effective back office support to seven regional program management units in Cambodia.