Viriya has more than 18 years of experience in non-profit NGO management. He has led a variety of projects and programs. While working with Hagar International, Viriya was involved in establishing a water filter program which later functioned under his full responsibility. Headed up by him, the program progressively expanded and was localized as a non-governmental organization named Clear Cambodia in 2010.
Sokmean has extensive experience in the areas of finance and accounting. Previously, she worked for Hagar International and moved to Clear Cambodia in 2010. She enjoys her working in finance, building her knowledge, working with a good team and expanding her faith in Christ’s love. She is very proud to be able to help the people of her country achieve a better life through her work with Clear Cambodia.
Monty has 21 years of experience working with International NGO’s in the fields of health, education, agriculture, environmental protection, and water sanitation and hygiene. Monty holds a Master’s degree in Development Management and is a certified Leadership Management Trainer recognized by Global Institutes. Monty joined the Clear Cambodia team in June of 2015.
Household Water Filter Program Manager
Savath has extensive experience managing community development programs. He worked in a hospital for four years and then spent eight years managing maternal child health programs in refugee camps. From 1993-1999, he worked in holistic development in slum areas with Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor program in the outskirts of Phnom Penh. From 2000-2008, he managed a center for displaced women and children for Hagar International in Phnom Penh. Since 2008, he has been managing the home water filter program for Clear Cambodia.
Human Resource Manager
Sambath earned a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration Law in 1992. He now has more than 26 years of experience in programming and management of non-government organizations (NGOs). He has experience in social work, community development, child rights, and anti-human trafficking. He joined the Clear Cambodia team in 2015 and holds the position of Human Resource Manager. He plays a critical role and is responsible for developing our Human Resources and Administration policies as well as overseeing the professional development of our staff.
Vann Chhorvy Vanny
School WaSH Project Manager
Chhorvy has five years experience in teaching at, and training staff in, primary schools. Beside her teaching experience, she also spent seven years working for Youth With A Mission and another two years with the Japan International Cooperation Agency. After this she spent 17 years with Hagar International where she held different positions including Reintegration Manager and Case Management Manager. In these positions she worked closely with women and children doing counseling, advising, support work and management. She joined the Clear Cambodia team as the School WaSH Project Manager in 2012.
Technical and Water Service Manager
Ka earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration in 2005. He worked 10 years for the Ministry of Industry and Handicraft as a deputy team leader where he managed projects including Private Sector Assessment, Enterprise Development Program, Capacity Building and Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standard (food safety, beverage and bottling drinking water). These projects promoted the growth of small and medium sized enterprises. After this he worked another 5 years with United Nations Development/CARRERE (Cambodia Area Rehabilitation and Regeneration) as advisor to the Secretariat of the Provincial Rural Development Committee in Battambang province. He joined the Clear Cambodia team in August of 2015.
Ly Sok Hun
Sok Hun studied Finance and Banking at Norton University before pursuing his Master’s degree in Business Administration. He has seven years of experience in finance and accounting. He enjoys challenging himself and is successful because of his knowledge, commitment, integrity and teamwork. He enjoys managing the finances of Clear Cambodia. He is motivated to help the poorest people in his country gain access to clean water, good sanitation and a healthy environment.
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Mala established herself as a self-starter in monitoring and evaluation filings for Clear Cambodia. She has been a M and E Officer at Clear Cambodia more than 2 years now. Previously, Mala worked as Assistant to the Executive Director starting in 2012. She is responsible for managing and maintaining data collection and reporting.She has 2 Bachelors degrees with honors distinctions. She holds a degree from the Royal University of Law & and Economics in Finance and Banking and a degree from Phnom Penh International University in English Literature.