Solar Home System project with Shenzhen Foundation of International Exchange and Cooperation (SFIEC)
We helped Shenzhen Foundation of International Exchange and Cooperation (SFIEC) to conduct 200 household survey in rural Takeo, Cambodia to implement a Solar Home System project. This project is endorsed by Cambodian government and in partnership with D.light. It aims to work with community innovators in the energy sector and bring sustainable solutions for rural electrification.
Rural Development and Poverty Reduction Research in Myanmar
We helped the International Poverty Reduction Center of China to conduct a rural development and poverty reduction research in Myanmar, and analyze how rural development programs can be innovated to cater for the community level needs and existing initiatives.
Supporting Green Design and Social Innovation Initiatives in Myanmar with Dragon Design Foundation
We signed a strategic partnership agreement with Dragon Design Foundation, to support green design and social innovation initiatives in Myanmar.
Kenichi Doi is a CCSP Doctoral Fellow at the Graduate School of Education, Peking University. Before joining academia, Kenichi served as the deputy director of Loan Procurement Policy and Supervision Division at The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Representative of JICA's Beijing Office, as well as assistant director of Africa Division I at JICA. Kenichi has been actively involved in international development cooperation in Africa and Southeast Asia, especially in the global health sector. Kenichi holds a master degree of public policy at Tokyo University (2006-2008). He speaks English, Japanese, Chinese and French.
Ying Yao is a PhD candidate of Development Studies at Tsinghua University. She was a visiting scholar at Yangon University in Myanmar (2016-2018) and School of Advanced and International Studies (SAIS) at John Hopkins University in the US (2015-2016). She also conducted research with the International Growth Center (IGC) of London School of Economics (LSE) in the UK (2017-2018) and Gender Development Institute in Myanmar (2015). She holds a first degree of Burmese language at Beijing Foreign Studies University.