DUONG Sivmuy

Research Assistant (On Study Leave)

Ms. Duong Sivmuy graduated from the Royal University of Phnom Penh with a bachelor's degree in Economic Development. She has extensive experiences in field data collection, management, design, cleaning, experience in using Kobo toolbox, QGIS and Stata, conducting literature reviews, writing up research results, and research dissemination organization. She is involved in various climate change research projects such as the State of Gender Equality and Climate Change in Cambodia, Empowering Women for Climate Resilience and the Impact of climate change programs in Cambodia, Vulnerability, Poverty, and Gender, etc.

Email : sivmuy@cdri.org.kh


DUONG Sivmuy


Other CDRI Publications

The purpose of this assessment report on gender equality and climate change is to analyse the gendered impacts of climate change and to raise awareness about the benefits of, and need for gender-responsive climate action. The study has two main objectives: i) to strengthen country-driven processes by presenting more evidence of the links betwe...

Cambodia Development Review 24 - 2

This article draws on a qualitative study conducted to assess the impact of climate change programs in Cambodia, including the MRD’s pilot program in Kampong Svay district (CDRI, MRD and UNDP 2019). It summarises the main lessons learned and discusses the main factors hindering poor and vulnerable program beneficiaries from replicating demonstr...


Under technical and financial support of UNEP and UNWOMEN, the assessment report is “a tool” to raise awareness about the benefits, advantages and need for gender-responsive climate action, analyse gendered impacts of climate change, and suggest ways to enhance and mainstream gender equality into climate-relevant sectoral policies. Besides, th...


Under Sida’s fund, the study aims to provide policy inputs into the current gender equality and climate change responses. To strengthen women’s adaptive capacity and encourage them to actively participate in decision-making processes into the process of climate change intervention, the study analyses the root causes of gender-based vulnerabili...


Climate change programs have been implemented in the affected countries to reduce the negative impacts and to make the communities resilient to climate change. The Ministry of Rural Development of Cambodia has been running two climate change programs: 1.) Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR) - The five-year Mekong River Island Connec...