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(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Serey Sok

Beneficiary country: 
Cambodia
Fellow: 
Sok Serey Cambodia Born on 14 January 1980 in , Cambodia sokserey@gmail.com
Country of study: 
Lao People's Democratic Republic
Last degree obtained: 

PhD in Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), Hong Kong, 2013.

Scholarly work and publications: 

Sok, S. 2016. Remittances transferred from Asian Americans to the origin country: a case study among Cambodian Americans. Migration and Development (in press)

Sok, S. and Yu, X. 2015. Adaptation, resilience, and sustainable livelihoods in the riverine communities of the Lower Mekong Basin, Cambodia. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 31 (3), 575-588.

Sok, S., Yu, X. and Yila, O. 2014. Decentralized local institutions and livelihood development of the rural riverine communities in the Lower Mekong Basin, Cambodia. Journal of Asian Public Policy, (7)3, 53-74.

Sok, S., Yu, X. and Wong, K.K. 2013. Food Security in the Riverine Rural Communities of the Lower Mekong Basin, Cambodia. Forum for Development Studies, 40(1), 53-74.

Sok, S. 2013. Institutional development and the socio-economic resilience of the riverine rural communities in the Lower Mekong Basin, Cambodia. PhD Thesis, Faculty of Social Science, Hong Kong Baptist University.

Sok, S., Yu, X., Samath, S. and Thau, S.K. 2013. Public Participation in Fisheries Governance in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (GMS) 

Sok, S., Yu, X., and Wong, K.K. 2012. Impediments to community fisheries management: Some findings in Kompong Pou commune, Krakor District in Cambodia's Tonle Sap. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33(3), 398-413.

Sok, S., Lebel, L., Bastakoti, C., Thau, S.K. and Samath, S. 2011. In Mart A. S. & Peter, A. C. (Eds.), Environmental Change and Agricultural Sustainability in the Mekong Delta. Role of villagers in building community resilience through disaster risk management: a case study of a flood-prone village on the banks of the Mekong River in Cambodia. Advances in Global Change Research, 45, 241-255.

Sok, S., Dy, M., Meas, S., Thau, S.K., Samath, S., Ly, C., V. and Kheng, S. 2011. Addressing the special needs of orphans and vunerable children (OVCs): A case study in Kien Svay district, Kandal province, Cambodia. Journal of Aids and HIV Research, 3(2), 43-50.

Sok, S., Bastakoti, C., R., Samath, S., Oung, T.S. and Penh, R. 2010. Participatory Small-scale Fishing in the Tonle Sap Lake: A Case Study in Kompong Learning of Kompong Chhang Province, Cambodia. Global South, SEPHIS e-magazine, 6(4), 28-41.

Sok, S., Ponquang, S. and Mokbul, M. 2007. Compulsory Education for Rural Children in Samraong District, Takeo Province, Cambodia. Master Thesis, School of Environment and Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.