Pham, Hoai

PhD Researcher

Profile
  • Hoai Pham
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-EHS
    OFFICE:
    Vulnerability Assessment, Risk Management & Adaptive Planning Section
    E-MAIL:
    hoai.pham@ehs.unu.edu
    PHONE:
    +49-228-815-0216
    NATIONALITY:
    Vietnam

    Research Interests

    • Climate change adaptation
    • Development Economics
    • Vulnerabilities and Risks Management

    Education

    • Master 2, Development Economics and International Project Management, Faculty of Economics and Management, Université Paris-Est Créteil - Van de Marne, France
    • Master 1, International Economics Studies, Faculty of Economics and Management, Université Paris-Est Créteil - Van de Marne, France
    • M.Sc., Globalisation and Development, Institute of Policy Management and Development (IOB), University of Antwerp, Belgium
    • B.A., International Relations, Department of International Politics, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Vietnam

    Biographical Statement

    Ms. Hoai Pham is currently a PhD Researcher in the DeltAdapt project of VARMAP section at UNU-EHS. Ms. Pham holds a bachelor degree in International Relations from the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam. In 2012, she achieved her first master degree on Globalisation and Development at the University of Antwerp (Belgium). She finished her second master’s degree on Development Economics and International Project Management at the Université Paris-Est Créteil – Van de Marne (France) in 2014. Besides, she also had three years of working experience with INGOs in Vietnam from 2008-2011; where she was involved in several researches and project implementing on the issues of disaster risk management and climate change adaptation. The key research themes of her interest are on environmental studies and development economics; those have been formed and built through her master’s degrees as well as working experience.

    As a part of the DeltAdapt project at UNU-EHS, Ms. Pham’s research focuses on the risk profiles and livelihood adaptation to climate change, particularly to the increasing salinity intrusion of residents in the coastal areas of the Red River and Mekong Deltas of Vietnam. Applying mixed research methodology, her research aims to understand local adaptive capacity and strategies from an inclusive livelihood perspective in the context of dynamic environmental and socio-economic changes in these two Vietnamese deltas.