Ms Khiev Pirom is Research Associate in Agriculture Unit and joined CDRI in 2009. She has experiences in both quantitative and qualitative research approach with a focus on food security, rural livelihood and rural development, and strengths in data management and data analysis. Before joining CDRI, she worked as data analyst at Indochina Research Co. Ltd where she was responsible for preparing and designing databases for analysis. She holds a Master of Development Studies from the Royal University of Phnom Penh. Since working at CDRI, she has been involved with various types of projects, especially the Evaluation of USAID-HARVEST Programme (USAID), Rice Policy Study: Implications of Rice Policy Changes in Vietnam for Cambodia’s Rice Policy and Rice Producers in South-Eastern Cambodia (LMPPI), MALIS Impact Evaluation (FAO) and Promoting Gender Equality in the Labour Market for More Inclusive Growth (ADB), in which she gained hands-on experiences on gender mainstreaming analysis as it is a cross-cutting theme within all studies and also a deeper understanding gender equality in labour market. She played very important roles with leading and managing data collection field work as well as data management ranging from data preparation, data entry and data analysis.
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