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Published:

  1. Chenda Keo (2006). Life After Reintegration: Situation of Child Trafficking Survivors. IOM-Cambodia, Published in Khmer = pp. 52 and English= pp. 33.
  2. Jenne Roberts, Chenda Keo, Soprach Tong (2008). Orphans and Children Affected by HIV and Other Vulnerable Children in Cambodia: A Situational and Response Analysis, 2007. Consultancy Report to the National Orphans and Vulnerable Children Taskforce-Cambodia, UNICEF and Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation, English=pp. 86.
  3. Chenda Keo (2009). NGO Joint Statistics: Database report on trafficking and rape in Cambodia 2007-2008. Consultancy report jointly published by ECPAT-Cambodia, NGOCRC, (COSECAM). English= pp. 108 and Khmer=pp. 114.
  4. National AIDS Authority & the Cambodian Alliance for Combating HIV/AIDS (CACHA) (2009). Policies environment regarding universal access and the right to work of entertainment workers in Cambodia. Consultancy report, Consultant team: Phalla Tia, Serey Sok, Sary Seng, Sally Francess Low, Chenda Keo; English= pp. 104.
  5. Chenda Keo (Wednesday, 20 January 2010). Cambodian Laws Still Complex and Hard to Effectively Enforce. The Cambodia Daily, p. 34.
  6. Chenda Keo (Wednesday, 27 January 2010). Emphasise Justice Instead of Public Displays of Destruction. The Phnom Penh Post.
  7. Chenda Keo (Friday, 26 February 2010). Tax on Arable Land Good for Government and Farmers. The Phnom Penh Post.
  8. Chenda Keo (Friday, 21 May 2010). Towards Regulatory Approach to Prostitution, The Phnom Penh Post.
  9. Chenda Keo (Monday, 28 June 2010). Prison System Needs Substantial Reforms, The Phnom Penh Post.
  10. Chenda Keo (2010). NGO Joint Statistics: Database Report on Trafficking and Rape in Cambodia, 2009. Consultancy report jointly published by ECPAT-Cambodia, NGO-CRC, COSECAM, English= pp. 90.
  11. Chenda Keo (29 July 2010). Opposition Strengthens Rather Than Weakens. The Phnom Penh Post.
  12. Chenda Keo (31 Aug 2010). Preventing the Abuse of Migrant Workers. The Phnom Penh Post.
  13. Broadhurst, R., Bouhours, T., and Chenda Keo (2010). “Cambodia” Pp. 52-64 in Doris Chu (Ed). Crime and Punishment Around the World, Vol.3. Asia/Pacific. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO (ISBN: 978-0-313-35133-4).
  14. Broadhurst, R., & Chenda Keo (2011). Cambodia: A Criminal Justice System in Transition. In C. Smith, S. Zhang & R. Barbaret (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of International Criminology (pp. 338-348): Routledge: NY.
  15. Chenda Keo, R. Broadhurst, T. Bouhours (2011). Inside the Cambodian Correctional System, British Journal of Community Justice, Vol.8, Iss. 3, pp. 7-22.
  16. Chenda Keo (Friday, 08 July 2011). Analysis: Good Intentions, Bad Effects, The Phnom Penh Post.
  17. Chenda Keo (Wed, 13 July 2011). Should Cambodia Accept Its Ranking?. The Phnom Penh Post.
  18. Chenda Keo (2011). Human Traffickers in Cambodia: From Assumptions to Evidence. PhD Thesis, The Australian National University, deposited at the National Library of Australi, http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/166857838?q&versionId=181825143
  19. Chenda Keo (2012). Situation of Cambodia’s Children. Child_Tracker_Bulletin N1, The Cambodia National Council for Children, Kingdom of Cambodia.
  20. Chenda Keo (2013). Impact of the 2011 Flood on Children, Child Tracker Bulletin #2., The Cambodia National Council for Children, Kingdom of Cambodia.
  21. Chenda Keo (2014). Village-Based Doulas and Sexual and Reproductive Health, Consultancy Report, Enfants et Developpement, Phnom Penh: Cambodia, pp. 1-42.
  22. Chenda Keo (2014). Human Trafficking in Cambodia. London: Great Britain: Routledge, http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415636599/
  23. Chenda Keo, Bouhours, T., Broadhurst, R., Bouhours, B., (forthcoming May 2014). Human Trafficking and Moral Panic in Cambodia. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 653, pp. 1-23.

Forthcoming:

  1. Chenda Keo (2010). Legally Enslaved? Cambodian Workers Abroad Talk About Their Experience, A case-study research to be published by WVC, English= pp. 43.
  2. Chenda Keo (2010). Evaluation report on the Project Component in Cambodia of the Regional Advocacy anti-Child Trafficking Project (RACTP).

Work in progress:

  1. Chenda Keo (Draft as of 03 Nov 2010). Historical Lesson: Past and Present Efforts to Address Prostitution in Cambodia, Journal Article, English=pp. 30.

Unpublished:

  1. Chenda Keo (2002a). No-Hungry Children Household Survey Assessment Report. World Vision International-Cambodia, English= pp. 1-79 pages.
  2. Chenda Keo (2002b). Quick Assessment of C-t-C: School Health Education Component. Quick Assessment Report, Enfants & Developpement (E&D), English =58 pages.
  3. Chenda Keo (2003a). Project Assessment Report in Kong Pisei.Assessment Report, E&D, English= pp. 1-115.
  4. Chenda Keo (2003b). Birth Control Awareness Practice in Village of Kong Pisei. Research Report, E&D, English= pp. 1-27.
  5. Chenda Keo (2003c). Project Assessment Report in Takeo. E&D, English= 83 pages.
  6. Chenda Keo (2004a). Operational Guidelines for Sustainable Development Part 1 and 2. E&D, English: Part I = 116 pages, Part II = 18 pages; Khmer: Part I= 169.
  7. Chenda Keo (2004b). Post Project Evaluation on the Performance of Two Health Centers. E&D, English=pp. 1-29; Khmer= pp.1-43.
  8. Chenda Keo (2004c). Child Board and Village Child Protection Networks for Participatory Child Protection Project. A Concept Paper, E&D, English= pp. 1-19.
  9. Chenda Keo (2005a). Gender Issue: Does Gender Issue Remain a Problem in Cambodian Society? University of Cambodia (UC), English= pp. 1-10.
  10. Chenda Keo (2005b). Impacts of NGO’s Micro Credit Program on Rural Livelihood. UC, English= pp. 1-16.
  11. Chenda Keo (2005c). Handbook for Micro Credit Program.Guidelines Manual, E&D, English= pp. 1-38.
  12. Chenda Keo (2005d). Alternative Care: Can It Ever Be Better for Children Than Parental Care?Discussion Paper, UC, English= pp. 1-18.
  13. Chenda Keo (2005e). Globalization: A Discussion on Impacts and Solutions. UC, English= pp. 1-7.
  14. Chenda Keo (2006a). A Review of Commune/Sangkat Legal Framework: Is the Current Legal Framework Conducive to Decentralization Process and Good Local Governance in Cambodia? UC, English= pp. 1-11.
  15. Chenda Keo (2006b). Review of MoEYS’s Non-Formal Education Plan 2003-2015: Identifying Challenges/Gaps. UC, English= pp. 1-8.
  16. Chenda Keo (2008). Feeling Betrayed, Thus Did Betray: Case of a Former Organized Crime Member. A Case Study, Griffith University, edited Thierry Bouhours, English= 36 pages.
  17. Chenda Keo (2009b). Hard life for a legal work: The 2008 anti-trafficking law and sex work. Consultancy report to CACHA, English= pp.1-34.
  18. Chenda Keo (2012). External Evaluation Report: Community Based Mine Action Program (CBMAP), Consultancy Report, Cambodian Red Cross, pp. 1-60.
  19. Chenda Keo (2012). Community Safety Program (CSP) Strategic Plan 2013-2017, Consultancy Report, Cambodian Red Cross, pp. 1-25.
  20. Chenda Keo (2013). End-of-Project Evaluation Report: Youth and Road Safety Project (YRSP), Consultancy Report, Cambodian Red Cross, pp. 1-33.
  21. Chenda Keo (2014). Mid-Term Evaluation Report: Fighting Extreme Poverty in Battambang Municipality through Adapted Child Social Care System Services (SOCSYS), Consultancy Report, EU-Funded Project implemented by Battambang Municipality, pp. 1-26.
  22. Chenda Keo (2014). Youth and Road Safety Program (YRSP) Strategic Plan 2014-2020, Consultancy Report, Cambodian Red Cross, pp. 1-25.
  23. Chenda Keo (2014). Safe Cities Program 2014-2018: Baseline Survey Report, Consultancy Report, ActionAid-Cambodia, Phnom Penh: Cambodia, pp. 1-50.
  24. Chenda Keo (2014). Urbanization and Its Linkage to Socio-Economic and Environmental Issues, Consultancy Report, UNFPA, Phnom Penh: Cambodia, pp. 1-25.
  25. Chenda Keo (2014). Climate Change and Migration: Experience of Migrants from Prey Veng and Svay Rieng, Consultancy Report, the Cambodia National Council for Children (CNCC) and Terre Hommes Netherlands, Phnom Penh: Cambodia, pp. 1-59.
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Comments»

1. SAM RANY - 29/05/2014

Dear Dr. Keo Chanda,

I have read your articles and textbooks; I am proud of your hard working and publication in well-known journals and world- class publishers. You are a good model of Khmer scholars. I have to learn more experiences from you. Our country needs many intellectuals like you.

Wishes you all the best,

Sam Rany

Chenda Keo - 30/05/2014

Dear Rany,

I am glad you find some uses in my writing. I am not in anyways better than anyone. I am just a normal Cambodian trying to contribute to the development of my motherland.

Good luck with your research.

Cheers,

Chenda


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