IN Leavsovath

Associated Research Assistant

Leavsovath graduated from the Institute of Foreign Languages, Royal University of Phnom Penh, with double Bachelor’s degrees in International Relations and Teaching English as a Foreign Languages (TEFL) in 2021. He is one of the honor program students in the academic year of 2020-2021 at the department of English with research thesis “Assessing to E-pedagogy in Higher Education: A case study on students and lecturers’ perception toward online assessments in the department of English”. Aside from the academy, he also developed his administrative skills included project planning, communication, and facilitation from volunteering with the FUSAAC organization, and as a form intern at the Department of International Studies. His research interest revolved around education and society, specifically focusing on modern learning assessments and pedagogical training. 

Email : leavsovath.in@cdri.org.kh


IN Leavsovath



Access to formal financial services and technology across low-, middle- and high-income countries is far from universal. East Asia and the Pacific and South Asia together account for over 800 million unbanked people, and the region is home to over 50% of the unbanked and digitally under-served globally. Digital financial inclusion is becoming centr...


This is a part of the Supporting Holistic and Actionable Research in Education (SHARE), a five-year cooperative agreement with the University of Notre Dame (UND) supported by the USAID’s new Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation/Center for Education (DDI/EDU), to advance global education learning priorities to improve learning outcomes....


The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about educational disruptions from pre-school to higher education in Cambodia and around the world. Although the impact of the pandemic in Cambodia was relatively low in comparison to other countries in the region and the world in 2020, and schools were able to reopen its door again in early 2021, the February 20,...