HAK Sochanny
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About Me:
I am Knowledge and Action Research for the Aquatic Agriculture Program of WorldFish. I am working closely with communities in particular the first 12 communities around Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia. Before joining the WorldFish, I have 6 years working experiences as trainer and researcher with Analyzing Development Issues Project of which I involved in building capacity of local NGOs staff in policy research and local communities in Participatory Action Research (PAR). I have been so excited since then to have chance working with community people and local NGOs working at grassroot level for the betterment of Cambodia.
My dream:
Communities are competent to solve their own development issues and are aware of effect of globalization.
I'm proud of:
my works for the past 6 years especially when I brought the issue of PAR for presentation at national Development Research Forum in 2010 to more than 200 audiences from diverse background and education.

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Integration/Link of CORE Approach to CLCP

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 4:47pm 2 Comments

I have been asked about "integration of CORE Approach into CLCP and PAR Process" by many members and I greatly apologize for not being able to respond to you all in this regards. I commit myself that I will share my view point on how the integration could be taken place in my next article.

Nevertheless, I would like to share with you that the CORE Approach (Collaborative for Resilience) is a complimentary method to CLCP or PAR by which CORE Approach more focuses on Conflict…


What Is CORE and how does it related to CLCP?

Posted on February 3, 2014 at 11:34pm 2 Comments

CORE (Collaboration for Resilience) Approach is a powerful approach to deal with Multi-Actors Platform and I also found this complimentary to the CLCP (Community Life Competency Process) that AAS program in Cambodia office is trying to adapt in its Community Visioning exercise. While CLCP is an approach that is developed to organize community to develop common dream, do self-assessment (to assess the dream to reality), developing community action plan, the CORE approach would…


Story Telling

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 12:54pm 8 Comments

The AAS (Aquatic Agriculture System) program final event for the 2013 was Knowledge Fair which was convened in Battambang province, Northwest of Cambodia. The Workshop aimed at bringing knowledge and experience for sharing and create new learning.

The workshop held for three days, the first two days were on exposure visit to a community after they have started to take steps of implementing community action plan, conduct overall After Action Review (AAR) of the whole process of…


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At 2:22pm on September 19, 2013, Olivia Munoru said…

HI Channy! So happy to see you here on NING. I believe you have so much to share to help other facilitators to think creatively about this process. In my time working with you, you have asked some great questions which really challenge me and help me learn. I hope that we can also together inspire others with the work we are doing in Cambodia and around the world, engaging AAS communities to take action locally for their livelihoods.


At 1:33pm on September 19, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Hi Hak,

I am so happy to see you here. I am looking forward to learning from your experience in PAR. PAR is my passion:-)

Warm wishes,


At 1:33pm on September 19, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Hak, 

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