SEY Jakkrya

Research Assistant

SEY Jakkrya is a senior student majoring in International Relations at College of Social Science, the University of Cambodia. She was previously a project assistant intern at a local non-governmental organization working on promoting human rights and environmental justice. Through her diverse experience in volunteering, debate competition and internship,  she has had herself familiar with project planning and implementation, youth and community organizing as well as communication with diverse environments. Additionally, in pursuing a new exploratory endeavor toward her future career, she is passionate in gaining knowledge and skills in research on public policy on various fields- community and rural development, modernization of agriculture and public resources management. 

Email : jakkrya.sey@cdri.org.kh


SEY Jakkrya



Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research, Capacity, and Influence (PRCI) is a project funded by USAID to enhance the ability of local policy research organizations to conduct high-quality food security policy research and influence food security policy more effectively while becoming increasingly self-reliant. Since 20...


Chilies are one of the most important and widely consumed spices in Cambodia, as well as a source of income for many smallholder farmers. However, chilies production faces several challenges, such as low productivity, high input costs, pest and disease outbreaks, lack of quality seeds and planting materials, poor post-harvest handling and marketing...


Cassava is a key agricultural commodity in Cambodia, where it ranks second only to rice in terms of production and consumption. The cassava sector in Cambodia offers significant opportunities for improving food security, rural livelihoods, and bioenergy development. However, the sector faces several post-harvest challenges that affect its quality a...


Agriculture remains significant for Cambodia's economic growth, although the share of GDP and employment has declined in recent years. ​Agricultural export value has increased from 566 million USD in 2016 to 1,693 million USD in 2021, making its share of total exports​reach 9.64 percent in 2021. China has been one of the main exporting destinations...


The World Bank project on “Evidence Based Policy Study: Supply and Demand Solutions for Accessibility and Affordable Childcare Services in Cambodia” examines the interlink between supply and demand for childcare services to analyze the correlation between the supply and demand for daycare centers and employment rates. This is an emerging concern...