The Board of Directors and management team of the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center are commissioning a consultant to conduct an assessment of the following issues:

  1. The effectiveness of the Bophana Center’s current policy and procedures to prevent sexual harassment.
  2. Recommendations for change to relevant policies (including the development of a new whistle-blower policy), processes, and training program.
  3. Guidance on the expansion of its Human Resources Department.
  4. Development of a Code of Conduct that will define acceptable behaviors and social norms that all individuals (staff, students, and visitors of the Bophana Center) should adopt on a daily basis.


  • – A master’s degree in gender studies, anthropology or relevant disciplines.
  • – At least 5 years working in the non-profit sector and with international partners.
  • – At least 5 years’ proven experience conducting monitoring and evaluation work focused on issues such as gender inclusion, prevention
  • – Substantial experience working in Cambodia.


  • – Personal integrity and transparency.
  • – Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • – Strong technical and analytical skills and demonstrated ability to collect, analyze and interpret data.
  • – Quantitative and qualitative data management skills.
  • – Excellent ability to synthesize, understand and communicate sensitive and complex issues effectively to non-English speakers.
  • – Ability to work in a team, develop synergies and establish effective working relations.
  • – Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • – Excellent organizational skills and proficient time management skills.
  • – Fluency in Khmer is preferable.


The assignment entails a maximum of 60 days of work to be undertaken between January and March 9th 2023 at the latest. The assignment may involve short travels. Specific dates and locations will be developed jointly with the Bophana Center’s Founder, Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors.

The Evaluator is to be identified and contracted no later than December 21, 2022.

Work to commence no later than January 9, 2023 and to conclude no later than March 9, 2023.

In addition to the retainer, all travel, accommodation and meal costs will be provided by Bophana Center.

For additional details, including Scope of Work, Methodology and Deliverables, see Terms of Reference.

To apply, please send a detailed cover letter and a CV to the following address: indicating “Bophana Assessment” in the email subject line.

Bophana Center Statement on Allegations of Sexual Harassment

5 November 2022

Bophana Center Statement on Allegations of Sexual Harassment

The Bophana Center has investigated recent allegations of sexual harassment against two members of its staff and has terminated the contracts of both individuals.

“Bophana Centre does not tolerate any forms of sexual harassment or other types of discrimination,” said Director Chea Sopheap. “We are grateful to the victims whose courage brought these issues to light.”

Continue reading…

The Arts of Visibility and Positive Social Change


Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center (ARPAA) and Cambodia Indigenous Peoples Organization (CIPO) co-implement the project “The Arts of Visibility and Positive Social Change” for 21 months starting from April, 2022 to December 2023. This project is co-funded by Voice through Oxfam in Cambodia, Ford Foundation and Heinrich Böll Stiftung Cambodia. Continue reading…