Ian Ramage is a registered Psychologist in his native country of Australia, where he also conducted research through his work in juvenile detention centres in New South Wales and assisted in the establishment of new government policies on juvenile justice. He is a member of the European Evaluation Society (EES), and a founding member of the Research Association of Cambodia (RAC). Ian was recently elected President of RAC, with a particular mandate to develop research quality standards for the Cambodian research sector. He received his MSc from the University of Wollongong, Australia, and is fluent in both English and Khmer.
Founder and Director of Angkor Research and Consulting, Ian Ramage has been managing and conducting research projects in Cambodia since moving here from his native Australia in 1999, with a primary interest in social research and impact evaluations. In the last 15 years he has conducted over 150 research projects, including over 25 large-scale household surveys and impact evaluations, in every province of Cambodia. This research has covered a range of fields including public health, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, energy and environment, agriculture, gender, microfinance and socioeconomics, development, and media/communications. The findings of these projects have been used by a wide range of clients including government ministries, multilateral and bilateral donors, and local and international NGOs, and disseminated publicly in conferences, independent publications and peer-reviewed journals.