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Bunra Seng

Senior Director, Conservation International-Cambodia

Location
Cambodia
Languages
English, Khmer

Bunra Seng

Senior Director, Conservation International-Cambodia

Bunra Seng provides overall leadership and day-to-day management of Conservation International’s Cambodia program. He supports the Forestry and Fisheries Administration in protected forest management in the Central Cardamoms and the Great Lake, and coordinates with other NGOs, government agencies and donors. Bunra has also implemented Conservation Incentive Agreements in Cambodia, introduced new technology for small-scale fishing and implemented a well-protected forest.

As Conservation International’s Country Director for Cambodia, Bunra Seng provides overall leadership and day-to-day management of the program. He also works with cross-program cooperation, supports the Forestry and Fisheries Administration in protected forest management in Central Cardamoms and in the Great Lake, and coordinates with other NGOs, government agencies and donors.

Bunra’s professional accomplishments include implementing Conservation Incentive Agreements in Cambodia, introducing a new technology for small-scale fishing and implementing a well-protected forest.

Prior to Conservation International, Bunra worked as a Technical Consultant of the Northeast Village Development Project, and as Project Manager for the Asian Institute of Technology Aquaculture Outreach. He earned his undergraduate degree in Fisheries Management from the Royal University of Agriculture and his Masters in Aquaculture and Fishery management from Deakin University. Bunra has three sons and in his spare time enjoys reading books and the newspaper.

As Conservation International’s Country Director for Cambodia, Bunra Seng provides overall leadership and day-to-day management of the program. He also works with cross-program cooperation, supports the Forestry and Fisheries Administration in protected forest management in Central Cardamoms and in the Great Lake, and coordinates with other NGOs, government agencies and donors.

Bunra’s professional accomplishments include implementing Conservation Incentive Agreements in Cambodia, introducing a new technology for small-scale fishing and implementing a well-protected forest.

Prior to Conservation International, Bunra worked as a Technical Consultant of the Northeast Village Development Project, and as Project Manager for the Asian Institute of Technology Aquaculture Outreach. He earned his undergraduate degree in Fisheries Management from the Royal University of Agriculture and his Masters in Aquaculture and Fishery management from Deakin University. Bunra has three sons and in his spare time enjoys reading books and the newspaper.

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Fish Biology, Protected Areas, Socio-economic Development
Location
Cambodia
Languages
English, Khmer