30 Year Anniversary Report
As Cambodia closed the door on decades of conflict, the Centre for Development Resource Institute (CDRI) stepped in to support the transition to a peaceful society by providing training to the government officials and key stakeholders that would come to lead the nation. Now celebrating its thirtieth year, CDRI has become the leading research institution in the country, with committed researchers who are laying the foundation of Cambodia’s future as a knowledge-based society.
- 1 A new tradition: driving the dynamics of change towards equity and inclusion
- 2 The Kingdom’s wonders: understanding and managing Cambodia’s natural resources
- 3 A knowledge society: hopes and hurdles for the future of Cambodian education
- 4 Progress and Pitfalls: plotting a path towards prosperity
- 5 Land of Plenty: challenges and opportunities for Cambodian agriculture
The Kingdom’s wonders: understanding and managing Cambodia’s natural resources
A knowledge society: hopes and hurdles for the future of Cambodian education
Progress and Pitfalls: plotting a path towards prosperity
Land of Plenty: challenges and opportunities for Cambodian agriculture
CDRI works to produce independent, objective, high quality policy-relevant development research, to maximise its accessibility to policy makers, influencers and stakeholders and to have it affect policy in five interrelated areas that are key for Cambodia’s sustainable development:
- Policy Research in Agriculture and Rural Development
- Development Economics and Trade
- Educational Research and Innovation
- Natural Resources and Environment
- Governance and Inclusive Society
CDRI undertakes its programmes and projects in partnership with Cambodian government institutions and their international development partners, other research and tertiary education institutions and civil society organisations. It disseminates its research knowledge and products through a number of communication strategies: conferences, workshops, seminars, broadcast media, print media, library collection and information sharing, small group communication and interpersonal communication.
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