Meet Our Team

Asisah Man, Land Governance Coordinator: A graduate in development studies, Asisah joined Oxfam in April 2013 after working several years with an Oxfam partner, a local NGO. I thank Oxfam for supporting these brave woman leaders across the globe, help them tell their wonderful stories and encourage other women to stand for social equity. READ MORE

Boren Nou, Voice Finance Officer: Boren has over 13 years’ experience in the field of administration and finance. “Oxfam provides me opportunities to get involved with many different programs and project activities, to meet and become familiar with its partners, share my knowledge with them and broaden my own vision.” READ MORE

Bunly Than, FIRST Project Lead: “Oxfam’s program is well-designed and implemented. As a Program Officer, I have learned a lot about partnership and providing direct inputs. In Oxfam, I can learn about other projects from local NGOs which enlarges my perspective and builds my confidence in working with partners and offering consultation services to them. I am really excited to be involved in social protection. It is new for me, and I can see meaningful impacts." READ MORE

Chansomanita Meung, Program Assistant: “I am elated to be able to translate my academic skills and experiences to professional career with Oxfam, where there is a supportive, kind and talented team of people to help me grow and grow with me.” READ MORE

Chamroeun Pang, Administration and Logistic Coordinator: Since she was a student, Chamroeun had always wanted to work with an NGO. Chamrouen joins Oxfam in 2013. "I am proud because my job is to support programs. Oxfam’s programs are beneficial. They help the Cambodian government and people on social issues with the aim of development. I treasure my contribution to all of these." READ MORE

Chhorporn Sou, Finance Officer, FIRST project: At Oxfam, she coordinates with 11 partners to consolidate different financial systems and reports for donor. She monitors partners and provide them advise on financial and audit report, grant management, etc. to ensure accountability and transparency. READ MORE

Dimand Sok, Senior Infrastructure Development Operation Specialist: "As a person who like to play with technology, I’m excited when I could contribute my skills and knowledge to an organization like Oxfam. Seeing my colleagues who work in the fields improve their productivities , less and less challenging with their limited knowledge of IT." READ MORE

Kanika Chan, People and Culture Manager for Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam: “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." READ MORE

Khim Sok, Natural Resource Governance Program Manager: Having gained 20 years development experiences, Khim has been working in different sectors ranging from disaster management, resilience, climate change, gender, and natural resource management. He has been with Oxfam for more then 15 years. He has strong commitment with Oxfam as he shared personal value along with Oxfam  to ending injustice, poverty, and suffering in the society. READ MORE

Lyda Sovann, Finance Officer, CAPFISH: Lyda earned a master’s degree of Business administration in Finance and Banking from Build Bright University in 2008. She has 15 years of working experience in finance operations, grant management, partner capacity building, and budget proposal with mullites donor funding to local and internal organizations in Cambodia. READ MORE

Mainul Khan, Operations & Account Manager for Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam: Originally from Bangladesh, Mainul arrived in Cambodia 10 years ago. He is a graduate of Business Management and Finance, in Malaysia. Mainul works closely with Oxfam’s partners, supporting them and monitoring the projects.  "I feel proud to work for Oxfam. It is known worldwide and has a very good reputation. The working environment is very pleasant with friendly people. The organization offers good capacity building for staff and partners. READ MORE

Mouy Kim Am, Program Finance Officer, INSPIRE Project: “I am proud to be an Oxfam staff member because Oxfam has provided me not only the opportunity to build my capacity but also supportive working environment which make me feel like home. Everyone is supportive, team player, caring and respective. Oxfam is my second home." READ MORE

Naratevy Kek, Communications Coordinator: “I’m proud to be part of this organization and team, to join a community of like-minded individuals who are committed to the mission of eradicating poverty and injustice. READ MORE

Natacha Kim, Gender and Social Inclusion Specialist: Franco-Khmer, Natacha was born in France, where she graduated in Public Law. As she was often visiting Cambodia, it struck her that she wanted to move there to help the country in its aspiration for a better future. “I felt my life could have a much bigger impact in Cambodia, and I wanted to reconnect with simple and fulfilling things.” Natacha coordinates two projects focusing on responsible investments and business. READ MORE 

San Sar, Impact SME Project Manager: “Oxfam’s vision of building a just and sustainable society through reduced poverty and inequality has greatly inspired me. I fully support its viable private sector engagement strategy to approach the development, and I am ready to put all my efforts into this work.” READ MORE

Sina Yun, Climate Resilience Coordinator, Natural Resource Governance: Sina is managing two projects Climate Resilience and Strengthening Climate Resilience in the Lower Mekong. In this project, he will work with partners and other stakeholders to support the riverine communities in the Mekong basin to reduce their vulnerability to the impact of disaster and climate risk... READ MORE

Sinath Srey, GRAISEA2 Project and MEAL Coordinator: “In order to bring the change in the world, you have to become that change.” said Sinath. "By engaging with and supporting market actors in agricultural value chains to deliver opportunities that integrate smallholder producers, promote women’s economic empowerment and support climate resilience." READ MORE

Sopharith (Rith) Sin, INSPIRE Project-Lead: "I believe in social equity. And I am so inspired by Oxfam’s vision toward building a resilient society where everyone, particularly women and vulnerable communities, has access to equality opportunity, decent living and social protection themes." READ MORE

Oskar Haq, Inclusive Green Economy and Finance Program Manager: Oskar has been with Oxfam at a Global/Regional capacity since 2014. Within the Inclusive Green Economy and Finance, he leads and manages various projects including GRAISEA, CAPFISH, Block Rice, Impact SME (I-SME) and Fair Finance Cambodia. READ MORE

Phearin Seng, IT Officer: Oxfam’s high commitment to help society is the reason I decided to join the team. With my IT knowledge and experience, I can support all staff and project teams to help people more effectively. READ MORE

Ratanak Sok, Finance Officer, Natural Resource Governance and Voice Program: "I'm inspired by the work Oxfam does. I'm here being part of Oxfam team to solve those issues to promote justices and help vulnerable people." READ MORE

Ritthy Ou, Policy Advisor: "Oxfam has convinced me to understand the values and roles of a vibrant civil society to challenge and change unjust policies, implementations and social norms through its evidence-based advocacy and influencing strategies." READ MORE

Samnang Hour, Driver: “Oxfam is like my second home. It supports me to learn beyond my role and responsibilities. It builds my self-confidence in my work." READ MORE


Saophorn Phoeng, Voice Learning, Linking and Amplifier Officer: “Oxfam’s Voice project touched me in supports diversity in commitment to multicultural environment working with all rightsholder groups facing marginalized background and grantees. I keen to grow in social development to end poverty and continue to tackle inequality. This role gives me a credible opportunity to strengthen skills and connect with Voice Cambodia grantees and community.” READ MORE

Seihak Kho, Finance Officer, Natural Resource Governance Program: "Oxfam cares about staff harmony by providing good budgets for staff development, ongoing education and promotion of gender and highlighting the value of women. That’s what I like about Oxfam." READ MORE

Sophoan Phean, National Director: “It is an honor and privilege to work for and lead an organization like Oxfam where the organization’s mission and values are aligned with my personal ones,” said Sophoan. “I have called Oxfam home for the last 12 years and I stand here ready to truly represent Oxfam and further their mission here in Cambodia and globally.” READ MORE

 Sotheary Meng, Senior Finance Officer: Having spent over 14 years working in the field of finance with international organizations, Sotheary has a deep understanding of budget management. She works closely with Oxfam’s partners in the area of finance, produces financial reports and gives recommendations to partners for better performance. READ MORE

 Sokha Srey, Voice Grant / Partnership specailist: “Oxfam’s Voice project inspires me. It puts me in touch with disadvantaged groups who face marginalization and discrimination. I love being at their side supporting them.” READ MORE


Soknak Por, Natural Resource Management Program Coordinator: The empowerment and engagement of local people, especially women in natural resources management decision making is important for fair sharing of those resources and securing their livelihoods. READ MORE

Sreyneang Heng, Grant Coordinator: “I am inspired by Oxfam’s working system that encourages women to undertake critical work. It provided me the necessary time to get in step. I was encouraged by the management team and enjoy a good teamwork relationship in Oxfam.” READ MORE

Vanna Bun, EU-ACCESS Project Officer: With almost 20 years experience, Vanna has been working to empower individuals and communities for conflict resolution to build peace and justice to reduce violence and injustice in Cambodia. His vison is to see democracy, human rights and laws that can build sustainable peace and justice for a better development in Cambodia. READ MORE

Visal Tan, Social Protection Program Coordinator: "I love to see increased job security in society, freedom of speech for people in general and youth in particular, and worker empowerment—people living better and being treated better." READ MORE


Votey Heat, Finance Officer, Social Protection: ‘Every day I am proudly growing and learning with Oxfam family, sharing the professional knowledge and to be a part of the development of my home country and protecting people of any races, shape, color or origin.’ READ MORE 

Yut Sakara Phon, Fair Finance Cambodia Coordinator: Sakara works very closely with coalition members, partners, finance institutions, government and regulators and other relevant stakeholders to reduce the negative impacts of cross-border investments on human rights, the environment and climate change, particularly those made by multinational financial institutions, banks and insurers to be more adherence to responsible and sustainable finance standards while increasing inclusive economic development. READ MORE


Bernadette Victorio, Regional Program Lead: Currently, Bernadette leads Oxfam Novib’s regional program, Fair Finance Asia, which aims to accelerate policy implementation and action on sustainable finance and responsible cross-border investments across Asia. READ MORE

Hongyee Tan, Junior Program Officer: "Oxfam is an enriched learning platform where I can acquire prosperous professional experiences toward my career aspiration. I am very proud being a part of this global agent of change in ending poverty and social injustice.” READ MORE

Ratha Ra, Program Administrator: I am very grateful that I am able to contribute my knowledge to helping others through Fair Finance Asia project. Seeing so many women takings up senior management levels at Oxfam in Cambodia makes me feel very proud to be part of Oxfamily. Oxfam in Cambodia is a talented hub where I found everyone is very professional and capable of doing an incredible and amazing work to help others. READ MORE



Daovone Phonemanichane, Strengthening Climate Resilience Project Manager: Based in Laos, Daovone manages a Strengthening Climate Resilience project, implemented in 4 Mekong countries. His key role is to ensure achieving of a greater impact of the project that strengthens capacity of communities and local authorities to cope with climate change impact and related hazards. READE MORE

Daro Douk, MEAL Coordinator: “I am proud of Oxfam’s works in the region, in particular on the inclusion of marginalized groups and the engagement of civil societies across Mekong countries working together to fight for equality and justice for communities living along the Mekong rivers. We believe our works will provide evidence that enable to influence changes at all level regarding water resource governance and sustainable renewable energy.” READ MORE

Donna Mcskimming, Regional Program Manager for Asia: Donna oversights the Mekong Water Governance Program, Transboundary Rivers of South Asia (TROSA), Extractive Industries and People Protecting Their Ecosystem In The Lower Mekong (PEM). As a committed feminist she advocates and works for gender equality in her personal and professional life and is inspired by Oxfam’s commitment to putting women’s rights at the heart of all we do. READ MORE

Kaneka Keo, Project Manager of Inclusion Project 2: Kaneka manages complex program structure/multi-program team across the region. From her role at Oxfam, Kaneka believes on inclusive development approach where people with disability/children and women is a primary change agent and inclusive business is the key toward sustainability and equity. READ MORE

Phally Ngoeum, Communications Officer: “I have a strong passion to fight for equality and advocate for social justice and the Mekong Water Governance program is just the right place for me to put this passion in place; especially when it comes to dealing with the impacted communities along the Mekong river which is a regional issue.READ MORE

Phan Thi Thu Huong, GEDSI's Advisor: Huong's strength is in the areas of Women Economic Empowerment under agriculture value chains, Women Political Participation and Leadership with Youth participation, LGBTI's rights and Policy advocacy for gender mainstreaming in Government legal documents and process. READ MORE

Saneth Meas, Partnership and Networking Coordinator: The role enables him to contribute his experiences and skills to partners in the Mekong region by providing technical supports on partnership and grant management as well as on ensuring the compliance requirements by the back donors. READ MORE

Seyha Chung, Junior Finance officer: “Since I was a child, I had a dream in which I wanted to work in a non-governmental organization (NGO) because I love to help people and give support to those who are in need. Even though I am not in the front-line position who go to the field and interact directly with people, I am glad that my work can contribute and provide backup support to my team. Therefore, they have enough time to work on other important issues." READ MORE 

Siphuong Thai, Senior Administration and Human Resources Officer: “I appreciate what I have learned from the challenges I had face and I’m proud to be a part of this organization and team. We are not a team because we work together but we are a team because we respect, trust, and care for each other." READ MORE

Socheata Sim, Mekong Water Governance Program Manager: "In our work, we often receive stakeholders’ feedbacks on the difficulties to do gender inclusion and promote women’s leadership in the water resources work. Our experiences in delivering the Inclusion Project in the past 5-6 years demonstrate that women and river champions are able to and exercise their leadership to bring about changes at different levels in water resources protection and management..." READ MORE

Soryda Ean, Finance and Operations Manager: I hope the contributions from my role can be served the best interest of the organization to make our world free from injustice and poverty. READ MORE



Sarita Sundari Rout, Women and Youth Leadership Coordinator, Transboundary Rivers of South Asia: With over eighteen years of field work in development research across South Asia, her strength is in planning complex programs, evidence-based solutions to operational excellence, policy reform negotiations and performance for results frameworks. READ MORE


Sophy Eng, Finance and Administrative Officer: “I am very exciting to be a part of Oxfam. Oxfam is not only a very well-known organization in Cambodia, but also a humanitarian and gender-based organization which allows me to contribute my knowledge and skill to help the vulnerable group and our society." READ MORE