UNFPA Lao Country Office
Oloth Sene-Asa, Master of International Development Studies, Certificate of Health Management
National Programme Analyst for Sexual and Reproductive Health at UNFPA Laos
I was born on May 1975, and I completed college in 1997 and started my professional career as a Radio Reporter for Lao National Radio. Then, I continued my Bachelor Degree in Business and Administration in Laos and Master Degree in International development studies in Geneva, Switzerland. I continued my professional career as researcher for Trafficking from community to exploitation (TRACE) project for UNIAP and researcher for National Human Development Reporting for UNDP. I also worked as full time M&E officer for Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) and part time consultancy to conduct final project evaluation for AFESIP. Now I am holding the position of National Programme Analyst – Adolescent and Youth People at UNFPA. My roles and responsibilities at UNFPA are to substantially contribute to the effective programme support and management of country programme framework on access to youth friendly, gender sensitive and socially inclusive SRH information and services.
I have broad experiences with different sectors, organizations and types of assignments, experiences programme management including monitoring and evaluation for different development projects and rights based approach methodologies in livelihood improvement, education, gender based violence, sexual reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. As well as I have experiences in social research and development project in coordination and management in human development and human trafficking and social exploitation, cross border migration.
I am oldest brother of 2 young brothers and 3 young sisters grown up from the rural area seeking for high education in urban area with self-support. I am now married and have 3 children.