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Sokhal Vin

Sokhal Vin


Sokhal, a Cambodian national, has 20-years of experience in agribusiness, food security, micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) support, market systems development, trade development, green finance, climate finance as well as access to finance. Currently, he provides technical advisory support to various development agencies/ consultancy firms on business development on the designing and implementing of programs related to agriculture, market systems, access to finance, and MSME strengthening. 


Sokhal is currently an agribusiness and green finance specialist within the Asian Development Banks Agricultural Value Chain Competitiveness and Safety Enhancement Project (ACSEP) project which is being led by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery (MAFF) in Cambodia. He is a former Agro-Credit and Livelihood Specialist within the World Bank’s Livelihood Enhancement and Association of the Poor (LEAP) project. He has provided advisory services to several other development agencies and donors, including USAID, JICA, AFD and FAO. 


Sokhal holds a bachelor’s degree in science in agriculture from Maharishi Vedic University (MVU) and a master’s degrees in climate change (MCC) from the Royal University of Phnom Penh, and in development management from Norton University.

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