Since the MRDC was opened on October 2010, 2 employees, one Khmer and the other one from Bunong people are in charge to collect books, reports, CDs, VCDs, maps, newspapers and photographs, to manage the database, to catalogue the resources,  to welcome visitors and introduce the MRDC and Bunong Culture to them.

They also respond to organize cultural events- movie screenings and the cultural exhibitions, to translate various documents for promotion and advertisement of the project

Bunthy CheyOen Chang

Bunthy Chey       Oen Chang

The volunteers who are working in MRDC are 7, 5 of them are Bunong and other 2 are Khmer.

They are supporting the MRDC staffs. This team is a catalyst for distributing the objectives of the MRDC to their friends, classmates, roommates and communities. Most of volunteers are living at the boarding school and ASPECA. They are as well introduced to researchers who need assistance for their work. In this way, the volunteers can get a lot of new experience.


Solonh MeubSaran SinSaveuy PenhMarinith Rin

Solonh Meub    Saran Sin       Saveuy Penh   Marinith Rin

Vit LeLen ChangSaravuth Pen

Vit Le           Len Chang   Saravuth Pen

On the other side, you can read the very interesting case study of our friend and colleague Heng who also features on the United Nations Teamworks websites about successful women and indigenous people.

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