Midline Evaluation of Reproductive, Maternal and Neonatal Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices among Garment Factory Workers
2025 | Partnering to Save Lives | Impact Evaluations, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
The objectives of this project were firstly to assess changes in the knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of female garment factory workers (GFW) towards reproductive, maternal and neonatal health (RMNH) from the baseline indicators in the Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Improvement (MERI) framework.
Health Sector Support Project 1 (HSSP1): End of Project Assessment
2010–2009 | Ministry of Health, World Bank | Impact Evaluations
The main objective of HSSP1 was to contribute to the improvement of the health status of the population by increasing the accessibility and quality of health services and assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia to implement its Health Sector Strategic Plan and strengthen the sector’s capacity to manage resources efficiently.
HEF Utilisation Survey: Complementary Survey (Evaluation of the Impact and Efficiency of the Integrated Social Health Protection Scheme in Cambodia: Follow-up Survey)
2015–2014 | GIZ | Impact Evaluations, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
In 2013, the German-Cambodian Social Health Protection Project (SHPP) implemented by GIZ commissioned a survey to gather evidence on the effectiveness and efficiency of integrated social health protection schemes (ISHPS) for the poor on the utilisation of health services and associated financial protection, in four GIZ-supported operational districts (ODs).
Baseline Survey: Impact Evaluation of the Voice and Action: Social Accountability for Improved Service Delivery (I-SAF) Project
2017–2016 | Save the Children, World Bank | Impact Evaluations
In order to enhance the accountability of service providers and local officials and, as a result, improve the quality of service delivery, the Cambodian government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and bilateral donors have – with assistance from the World Bank through the Voice and Action Program (VAP) – developed the Social Accountability Framework (SAF).
Evaluation of a World Food Programme Pilot of Food vs. Cash Assistance: Follow-up Survey
2012 | WFP, World Bank | Household Surveys, Impact Evaluations
The World Bank partnered with WFP in Cambodia to evaluate a pilot design providing food and cash support to impoverished households, in the context of take-home rations for students at the primary school level.
Study on Education Services for Children with Disabilities in Cambodia
2018–2017 | RTI | Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
The Study on Education Services for Children with Disabilities in Cambodia aims to provide an understanding of the resources and accessibility of lower primary and basic literacy education available to children with disabilities in Cambodia generally, and in target districts in Siem Reap.
Study on Health Services for Children with Disabilities in Cambodia
2018 | RTI | Impact Evaluations
This Study aims to provide an understanding of the resources and accessibility of basic literacy education and health services available to children with disabilities in targeted districts in Kampong Thom.
2014–2013 | US Embassy Phnom Penh | Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
The purpose of this research project is to assist the US Embassy in understanding the knowledge, attitudes and perceptions (KAP) of Cambodians among a number of different topics, including socio-economics, media access and engagement, current affairs, safety and security.
Survey Supervision and Quality Assurance: Health Markets and Utilization Survey and Cambodia Medical Worker’s Professional Development Survey
2012–2011 | World Bank | Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
The main purpose of this assignment was to provide independent supervision and quality assurance for two World Bank surveys being fielded in Cambodia by third-party consultants as part of the 2nd Health Sector Support Program (HSSP2).