Blogs Contest Announcement

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has changed our routines overnight and technology has become more important than ever. Participate in the Open Development Cambodia&8217;s blog-post contest and share with us how you are using ICT to work, study, teach, parent and keep

Mao Chandy

Chandy has experience in innovation project design and management, as well as digital content creation such as photography, video production, and front-end web design. Chandy is very passionate about technology and a better understanding of user experiences. Chandy has helped train hundreds

Ngeth Moses

Mr. Ngeth Moses is original from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He worked as Production Head and executive producer in a regional radio station for 3 years, a Communication and ICT project coordinator for 10years, ICT & Media Unit Head for almost 3 years

Chak Sopheap

Ms. Sopheap Chak is the Executive Director of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), a human rights organization working for the promotion and protection of political and civil rights in Cambodia. As one of the country&8217;s most prominent human rights

Chy Sophart

Sophat was from Banteay Mean Chey province. He had involved with several youth activities also social acidity since 2006 during studied at High School &038; University. Currently, He is the Digital Design Specialist at Development Innovations. Sophat is passionate about digital

Be Chatra

Mr. Chantra BE is known in a startup ecosystem in Cambodia as a Tech &038; Startup Community Builder. He organized several tech and startup events since 2008 including Startup Weekend Phnom Penh, BarCamp Cambodia, Digital Cambodia. Currently, he is a PR

John Weeks

Mr. John WEEKS is an IT/open source enthusiast and educator. He has facilitated numerous socially responsible IT projects in Southeast Asia via House32 Web Design and is currently managing

Sar Mory

Mr. Sar Mory is a co-founder and Vice-President of Cambodian Youth Network (CYN). He has been working for CYN more than 8 years, with a focus on youth capacity development and empowerment, youth participation and youth&8217;s campaign relevant to human rights

Cheng Mengchou

Cheng Mengchou holds a BA degree in Media Management from Department of Media and Communication of Royal University of Phnom Penh and a Masters degree in Global Citizenship, Identities, and Human Rights from University of Nottingham in England. She has journalistic

Sun Narin

Sun Narin graduated from the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) of Royal University of Phnom Penh with a BA in Media Management. He has nine-year experience in journalism. In addition to writing for VOA Khmer in Phnom Penh, he also writes

Thy Try

Thy Try is the Executive Director/Editor-in-Chief of Open Development Cambodia (ODC). For the last ten years he has been promoting open data, a stronger open data community and open contracting to improve transparency and accountability for sustainable development in Cambodia and the