Dr ANG Raksmey holds a Doctoral Degree in Engineering from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, where he majored in Global Engineering for Development, Environment, and Society. Additionally, He has a master’s degree in engineering from the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, specializing in Water Engineering and Management. His research focuses on climate change and environment-related issues, particularly assessing the potential impacts of climate and land-use changes on water resources, streamflow, sediment load, and water balance estimations, as well as drought assessment. Additionally, he has also worked on satellite-based meteorological datasets evaluation which would be useful alternative climate data for water resources management. From the outputs of his research works, several publications have been published and presented in leading international journals and conferences. He has extensive experience and skills in hydrological modeling and programming using various software such as ArcSWAT, SWAT-CUP, QGIS and ArcGIS, and can efficiently handle the processing, analysis, and scientific interpretation of big datasets. Before joining the CDRI, he worked as a consultant for a private engineering company on a project to develop a master plan for the urban drainage system.Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Strengthening Water Resources Management Planning Systems for Inclusive Climate Resilient WASH Services
Climate resilient water safety planning (WSP) has commenced in Cambodia, and new guidelines have been developed by government agencies to inform and guide climate-resilient water resources management and water security. These two new guidelines have been developed by the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology & Innovation (MISTI) and the Ministr...