Dr. BUN Sreng has worked at the Department of Communicable Disease Control (CDC), Ministry of Health of Cambodia since 1998 after his graduation from the University of Health Sciences in 1997 and his current position is the Deputy-Director of the CDC Department.
He holds the degree of medical diploma in 1997 from the University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh, Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygience (DTM & H) and Master Degree in Clinical Tropical Medicine (MCTM) in 2001 from the Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Thailand. He successfully completed the International Field Epidemiology Training (FETP) for two years in 2009 from the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand.
He has experienced in prevention and control of communicable diseases and has been familiar the health system at all levels (community, health facilities, district/provincial health management, and national departments/centres/programmes). He has developed his career and experiences starting from the supporting staff in the implementation of the national policies, strategies, and strategic plans, monitoring and evaluation until the policy-maker involving in its development, management and supervision.
He has been members of the working groups and sub-technical working groups of the Ministry of Health including child health and communicable diseases. He is the members of the Working Group for ARI/CDD-Cholera, Manager of the Cambodia Applied Epidemiology Training (AET), National IHR Focal Person (Alternative), Focal Point for Cross-Border Collaboration in Communicable Disease Control Project 2/Great-Mekong Sub-Region (GMS)/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sub-Technical Working Group for Malaria and Gender Mainstreaming Action Group (GMAG) and Infection Prevention and Control (IPC).
He has experience working with a number of United Nations (WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, FAO), bilateral agencies (USAID, AusAID, DFID, AusAID, BTC, GIZ, JICA, French Cooperation) development banks (WB, ADB) and civil societies (PATH, PFD, SCA, RHAC, RACHA, CESVI, CRS, MEDICAM, WVC, PFD, PSF, CARE, AHC).