NHONG Sodavy

Research Assistant

Ms. NHONG Sodavy holds two Bachelor’s Degree- one is Development Studies and the other is Professional Communication in English, from Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Sodavy has experienced working with different local NGOs prior to joining CDRI. Sodavy has been involved in different projects related to water diplomacy, community forest, gender, climate change, and so on.

Email : sodavy@cdri.org.kh


NHONG Sodavy


Special Report

Community-based ecotourism (CBET) has long been considered an effective natural resource governance policy for both forest conservation and livelihood improvement in developing countries around the world. Cambodia is no exception. The Cambodian government has been promoting and establishing CBET sites countrywide. Preah Nimith CBET, located in a re...

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...


Community based ecotourism has been considered as an effective natural resource governance policy for both forest conservation and livelihood improvement, and increasing trend worldwide. The Royal Government of Cambodia has been promoting and establishing community based ecotourism sites (CBET) across the countries. Preah Nimith CBET is locate...


Working to support Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), CNRE contributes to developing a comprehensive report on the status of climate change in the ASEAN region, which provides an overall outlook on the state of play of climate change in the context of the ASEAN region and can support ASEAN member state (AMS) and join the pro...


This proposed project will run for two years from June 2019 to May 2021. The study will be conducted by a research consortium comprised of institutions from Cambodia, China, Laos (PDR), Thailand, Vietnam, which all of these countries are Lancang-Mekong country members. Following are the research questions developed to tackle the objectives of t...