Leadership

Mr. Koy Saran

Executive Director

Mr. Koy Saran holds a Master Degree in Development Management and a Bachelor Degree in Education in English. He has been involved in Community Development in Cambodia for 17 years. For all these years, he has a great deal of experience and expertise in Management of Integrated Community Development, Management of Capacity Building Programs, Partnership Management and Design Organizational Development Management. Before joining FLD in December 2012, he used to work with other NGOs such as World Vision International, Every "Child UK" and Plan International. The Royal Government of Cambodia has awarded him three gold medals and appreciation letters for his contributions to the national construction of Cambodia.

 

Mr. Sam Sarint

Administration and Finance Manager

Mr. Sam Sarint was born in Kandal Province. He joined Farmer Livelihood Development (FLD) in 2007 in the position of Senior Accountant, and he was later promoted as Chief of Accountant in 2011. Presently, he is serving as Administration and Finance Manager. He obtained a Diploma of General English, a Bachelor degrees in Economics, Computer Science, and Civil Engineering. He also holds a Master's degree in Finance from the National University of Management and many other short courses such as Gateway to Grant by WV-US and Compliance Management by PLAN Canada.

 

Mr. Pheng Bunnarith

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

He holds a master degree in development studies and is a development practitioner in various sectors by holding different management/leadership positions; project and program manager with World Vision International Cambodia, M&E officer with World Vision Sri Lank, program director with Room To Read, M&E advisor with UNDP and National Committee for Sub-national Democratic Development (NCDD), M&E advisor for Australian DFAT’s Cambodia Community Justice Assistance and Partnership (CCJAP). He has a wide range of skills and experiences. He led the process of strategic planning and formulation of annual work plan and budget for Program/Organization. He managed the day-to-day management of program of organizations, led in budgeting, expenditure control and internal audit, ensuring high compliance to organization internal control and donor requirements. For M&E Skill, particularly, he became interest in M&E sector that he have obtained and develop research skills. He has a wide range of M&E skills, and has implemented data collection for base line survey and mid-term and final term evaluation of projects. He participated in formulation of indicators for activities, output and outcome of the project/program. He developed tools for regular monitoring of projects applied advanced spreadsheet skill. He led the process of compiling and editing monthly, quarterly and annual reports of projects.

 

Mr. Keo Sothorn

Project Manager

Mr. Keo Sothorn holds a Master's degree in Integrated Management of Agriculture for Rural Development Management at the Royal University of Agriculture (URA) and a Bachelor's degree in Agronomy at Prek Leap National School of Agriculture Phnom Penh City. He has been involved in Community Development in Cambodia for 18 years from 1997 until now. For all these years, he has a great deal of experience and expertise in the fields of Agriculture, Management of Integrated Community Development, Project Management, Partnership Management, and Organizational Development Management. Before joining FLD in June 2012, he used to work with other NGOs such as: World Vision International, APHIWAT SATREY, VSG, SABORAS, AGRISUD International, AFD international, and ASSASEC International. He also attended other trainings workshops such as: project management, program design, leadership and management, budgeting, facilitation skill, and conflict resolution, etc. He used to attend training courses in agriculture technology with good practice at Thailand. This has been a strong foundation for him to quickly learn new things and easily become confident and comfortable in a new working environment.

 
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