KEANG Saren

Former Research Associate

Ms. Keang Saren holds two Master’s Degrees – one is Sustainable International Development and the other is Conflict Resolution and Coexistence, from Brandeis University, USA. Prior to joining CDRI, Saren has worked as a research consultant for the UNICEF, the World Bank, Oxfam, BBC Media Action, Family Health International and the Ministry of Economy of Finance on a variety of topics including digital economy, gender, education, youth and social media, water and sanitation, and sexual reproductive health. She has led many research teams conducting surveys and interviews in different parts of Cambodia. Her strengths lie in project design, project coordinating, team leading, and qualitative data analysis.

Email : saren@cdri.org.kh


KEANG Saren


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 - 4

In this article, we introduce the MRC water diplomacy framework and provide an overview of its governance structure, present three case studies of hydropower dam projects illustrating implementation of the MRC water diplomacy framework, and discuss the challenges affecting the MRC’s ability to implement water diplomacy effectively. The insights gai...


The Cambodia water scarcity profile is a stock-taking exercise designed to understand what water scarcity challenges exist in the country and what is the current approach of government to managing water scarcity. The focus is on understanding the policy instruments available and how effective planning and management measures have been in addressing...


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...


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...