Project & Senior Staff

WCS first began working in Cambodia in 1999, and now works in partnership with the Cambodian government and other stakeholders in seven conservation projects across the country. The WCS Cambodia Program office is located in Phnom Penh. The Program’s senior staff are listed below:

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Phien Sayon

GIS & SMART Technical Lead
Sayon earned a Bachelor Degree in GIS, Remote Sensing and Database, and a Masters Degree in Law. He is a remote sensing expert and has been involved in conservation since 2008. Sayon aims to see endangered species increase and the loss of their habitat prevented. His biggest achievement is doing Mapping and Spatial Support for WCS, Cambodia Program.

Sitha Som

Landscape Technical Advisor, Koh Kong and Mekong Conservation Project
Sitha gained his Masters Degree in Environmental Management in New Zealand. He has successfully managed many conservation projects on freshwater turtles and tortoises both in Cambodia and Laos. He has also authored a number of reports and journal papers and has been a member of the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group (TFTSG) since 2008. Both from a personal and practical perspective, Sitha believes that conservation can save endangered species from extinction. He has been involved in conservation for eleven years.
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