Cambodian Class Lists

Cambodian Class Lists
Cambodian Class Lists
1993, 1994, 1995 Rosemary Morrow

Cambodian PDC graduates

1993 PHNOM PENH   Women Heads of Departments February, Then called Cambodian Women’s Union – then Women’s Union, then Women’s Affairs.

1993   PURSAT, Department of Women’s Affairs Staff and Women Head of Districts – October/November

1. Men Pally
2. Tep Palla
3. So Ny
4. Poth Sotha
5. Ung Khean
6. Touch No
7. Um Savin
8. Eam Sarim
9. To Nay Sim
10. Path Savoeut
11. Ly Saran
12. Krough Vun Ly
13. Kaun Seng Han
14. Heng Samphors
15. Soeurn Kosal Neary
16. Chy Buoy – C/- Womens Association, Pursat
17. Kong Chham C/- Womens Association, Bantey Meanchy
18. Ith Noeun C/- Womens Association, Kampong Chhang
19. Hou Samith C/- Womens Affairs, Phnom Penh – interpreter.

 

PURSAT DISTRICTS

C/- Dept. Womens Affairs. Kandeang, Krokor, Kravanh, Bakan Tiroum Khet (Pursat)DSET

 

1993 TAKEO PDC, CAMBODIA – October

Sponsored by AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC RELIEF

1. So SavannarithExtension trainer, Min. Agriculture, Teacher Norodam Boulevarde, Phnom Penh.
2. Lim Vannak (YON) C/- ACR, 17, Street 213, Phnom Penh
3. Heang Path. Pongror Village, Kvao Commune, Teacher at English.language faculty Phnom Penh.
4. Trudi Cauley-Muir C/- ACR, P.O. Box 879, Phnom Penh
5. John Muir C/- ACR, P.O. Box 879, Phnom Penh
6. Buth Saman, Woman Teacher C/- ACR, P.O. Box 879, Phnom Penh
7. Now Som C/- ACR, P.O. Box 879, Phnom Penh
8. Ros Saroeung, Primary teacher Takeo Pedgogy School, TAKEO
9. Sao Chan Pneit School, Sambua Commune, Traeng District, TAKEO
10. Mey Solonn Trapaing Sambua School, Sambua Commune, Traeng District TAKEO
11. Norng Chrin Trapaing Sambua School, Sambua Commune, Traeng District TAKEO
12. Hean Sitha Prey Tu School, Sragnai Commune, Traing District, TAKEO
13. Chea Cheth Lo Ampeal School, Sambua Commune Traing District, TAKEO
14. Taing Hong Lo Ampeal School, Sambua Commune Traing District, TAKEO
15. Khum Setha Prey Pdau School, Sambua Commune Traing District, TAKEO
16. Nhar Sary Prey Pdau School, Sambua Commune Traing District, TAKEO
17. Pen Thin Nahareit School, Sambua commune, Traing District, TAKEO
18. Lim Sok Pham Tnut Chum School, Sambua commune, Traing District, TAKEO
19. Khuon Nith Tnut Chum School, Sambua commune, Traing District, TAKEO
20. Em Path Kbal Po Rural Development Centre, TAKEO
21. Touch Saroth Kbal Po Rural Development Centre,   TAKEO

 

1994 – AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY December at JRS Farm

Listed by organization

ADRA NGO
1. Ben Davis
2. Prakk Ratmony
3. Pen Chenda

ACR
4. Lev Leangh Hy
5. Ti Na
6. Jennifer

Aust. Embassy
7. Chum Sok

Concern NGO
8. Ly Chou Beang, Forester
IWDA – Phnom Penh NGO
9. Pan Putheavy, Co-director IWDA

INDRA-DEVI NGO
10. Neang Ma Yong –
11. San Sean

JRS
12. Phorn Pha
13. Senath
14. Malcolm Ramsay

Khemera – Khmer NGO
15. Sok Sokhom
16. Boun Sokha
17. Ung Samedy

Maryknoll NGO
18. Chhim Nee
19. Kut Saruen
20. Phok Sovuthy

MCC Mennonite Central Committee NGO
21. Sdoeng Ngo
22. Yon Yen

PACT
23. Van Korth

CHF – Cambodian Humanitarian Foundation in Koh Andeth District of Takeo. C/- PACT
24.   Pheouk Savonnara

PADEK
25. Vong Chaundree
26.  Keum Phhroun

UNICEF
27. Jayantha Jayatilake
28. Hem Sovannarith

SEAM REAP place not NGO
29. Warren Hoye

 

1995 UNDP-CARERE  PURSAT Provincial Heads of Departments July/August

1. Kong Reatrey, B.V.Sci (Dresden) Head Animal Health and Production, Department of Agriculture
2. Thang Sothat , Agronomist.Vice Director, Dept. of Agriculture, Special interest in Extension.
3. Kim Chantha, B. F. Sci. (6 years in Viet Nam) Head of Forestry
4. Chhim Sina, Credit Manager, Department of Women’s Affairs, PURSAT. Deputy DWA.
5.  Som Sem, Chief agronomist, Head of Agronomy
6. Cheng Samnang, Community Development Project Assistant, UNDP Carere, Pursat.
7. Houeng Hong, Chief of Agric. Office in District
8. Lim Sereivuth, Deputy of Planning office, Agric.Province Pursat
9. Li Ra, Deputy of Education, Education Department, District
10. Chear Houth, Deputy of Forestry Division, District, Pursat
11. Ear Kimchhong, Chief of Forestry Division
12. Phang Sivuth, Chief of Rice Research, Agric Dept Rice Station
13. Hok Thourn, District Chief of Rice Research, Agric. Rice Station.
14. Chea Saveourn, Deputy of NFE, Education Dept,
15. Khek Im, Province Chief of Administration, Agric. Dept.
16. Morm Eang, Chief of Forestry Office, Agric. Depart.
17. Nou Sary, Chief of Fisheries Division, Agric. Dept, Province
18. Doung Sarin, Deputy of District Agric. Dept
19. Meas Buntheourn, Chief of Hydrology Planning, Agric. Dept. Province.

1995 KOMPONG CHHNANG PROVINCIAL Dept of Women’s Affairs taught by women from PURSAT PROVINCE KOMPONG CHHNANG town, October.
1. Ngeth Then
2. Men En
3. Pal Yoeun
4. Pech Sophear
5. Van An
6. Hear Yuhorn
7. You Sokreth
8. Meas Horn
9. Chan Sameth
10. Chan Makara
11. Phal Kanha
12. Mey Nath
13. Ven Chamroen
14. Chhor Kim Hong
15. Horng Bopha
16. Chin Sarun
17. Tes Yeth
18. Khin Chan
19. Mao Saran

1995 TAKEO primary and secondary school teachers – ANGRUN JUNIOR HIGH, PHNOM PENH, , November, Taught by So Sovannarith and Ith Noeun
 
1. Ung Ngem, Samraep Primary School
2. Chear Chom, Angrum Primary School
3. Thaung Chem
4. Yun Phoeung
5. Sem Vyboll, Angrum Secondary School
6. Chem Hong
7. Ek Thol, Samraep Primary School
8. Ou Nun, Kus Primary School
9. Sway Sihan, Kus Primary School
10. Ngem Such
11. Kep Sokan
12. Chear Vy
13. Kong Mony
14. Ing Sarem
15. Lay Chuong
16. Sem Nak, Kus Primary School
17. Tith Sareth – Kus Primary School Principal
18. Khem Sidona
19. Kuth Veth
20. Sway Mol
21. Nam Rin – Kus Commune official
22. Kav Seu
23. Thuok Kin
24. Tep Thou
25. Yun Soeun
26. Ouk Ye
27. Keo Sokha
28. Choy Doeun
29. Kran

1995 Prek Leap Agricultural College, Phnom Penh, taught by So Sovannarith, Ith Noeun and Kosal Neary in November