Sovadhanak Hun is the in-country coordinator for the Data for Health program in Cambodia. He works closely with a diverse coalition of civil society and government partners in the development and implementation of advocacy strategies to advance Data for Health policy and systems. He has over 20 years of combined experience working in governments such as the Ministry of Rural Development, and NGOs and development partners including the Commune Council Support Project, Save Vulnerable Cambodians, GIZ, UNDP and UNICEF, with a specialization in public and social issues. Before joining GHAI, he was a member of the Transaction Technical Assistance (TRTA) in an ADB-financed WASH Program at the Ministry of Rural Development, Cambodia. Sovadhanak earned a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in project and program development from local universities in Cambodia.