Nagoya University Student Selected as 'Champion of Change' by the United Nations Population Fund

Mr. Chea Chantum -- a student of the "Transnational Doctoral Program for Leading Professionals in Asian Countries" at the Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University -- has been revealed in the United Nations Population Fund's (UNFPA) State of World Population Report 2019 as one of the world's 15 "Champions of Change" who have significantly contributed to the advancement of sexual and reproductive health and rights. Mr. Chantum serves as Secretary-General of the General Secretariat for Population and Development, Ministry of Planning of Cambodia.


The 15 Champions of Change also include Ms. Michelle Bachelet, former President of Chile and UN Women's first Executive Director.


Excerpt from the State of World Population Report 2019



State of World Population Report 2019