Updated 17/04/24

Since 1985, the IRD has been developing numerous research projects in Thailand in the fields of environment, health and social sciences.

Research programs are developed and conducted in partnership with Thai universities, research centers and government departments as well as with other research actors in Thailand. The scientific priorities developed in the country have a strong regional dimension, in particular with Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam.

The IRD in Thailand contributes to the training of master, doctoral and post-doctoral students. With its partners, it also strengthens local research capacities, in particular through the young teams associated with IRD (JEAI).

Currently, six researchers are expatriated in Thailand and about twenty researchers regularly carry out short or long-term missions in the framework of their research projects.

Since November 2021, the IRD Representation in Thailand is located in the Faculty of Political Science of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. It coordinates IRD's administrative activities in India, Myanmar, Nepal and Bangladesh.


  • More than


    scientific missions in Thailand in 2022

  • 15

    Research programs

  • 446

    Co-publications with Thai partners since 2018

More than




scientific missions in Thailand in 2022

Research programs

Co-publications with Thai partners since 2018


Researchers on posting in Thailand

  • CLAUDE Julien

    Photo Julien ClaudeJulien Claude is Assistant Professor in evolutionary biology and statistics at the UMR ISE-M (UM/CNRS/IRD/EPHE) and appointed by IRD at the Faculty of Science of Chulalongkorn University since late 2022.  His work focuses on the evolution of wildlife in the context of natural and anthropogenic environmental changes in Southeast Asia (from the long term to the short term), he is promoting the construction and the use of retrospective data to build evolutionary dynamics. Julien Claude is an IPBES expert on biodiversity monitoring methods.
    He is also an expert in the evolution of biological shape (morphometrics). He is working in co-partnership with Thai scientists since 2003.

    Julien Claude is involved in several projects led by himself, by Chulalongkorn University and by other partners. Among these projects, his research addresses the question of wildlife adaptation and response to spatial and temporal anthropogenic stresses. This includes, for instance, the direct effects of habitat destruction (land use change) on the ecological niche or phenotype, or the the effect of pesticides on biological development. Morphometric studies allows him to built spatialized time series (ecological communities, trait evolution) using the recent paleontological record (from a few years to several hundred years ago). Julien Claude is leading the ExposUM ROBOPUSA project, which aims to improve understanding of how agricultural practices (conventional or agro-ecological) can affect the diversity of zoonosis vectors and the host/parasite relationship in Nan province.

    On the other hand, Julien Claude also uses and teaches morphometrics to identify organisms based on their morphological characteristics, which can provide low cost tools for wildlife managers. Other key partners for his research include:

    Contact: Julien Claude

  • ÉVRARD Olivier

    Olivier EvrardOlivier Évrard is a Social Anthropologist attached to the Research Unit « Local Heritage and Governance » (IRD-French National Museum of Natural History). He is a specialist of highland ethnic minorities in Laos and Thailand and has conducted extensive fieldwork in both countries. He collaborates with the Faculty of Social Sciences at Chiang Mai University, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, and University of Mandalay in Myanmar.

    His work focuses on various aspects of interethnic relationships in mountainous Southeast Asia, especially on agricultural practices, land tenure systems, oral history, myths and rituals. He has also worked on mobility patterns, especially resettlement dynamics in Laos, domestic tourism in Thailand as well as on labor migrations among ethnic minorities. Since 2018, he conducts a research on the social aspects of air pollution in Northern Thailand in order to show how the discourses on the seasonal ‘haze crisis’ reproduce and transform older narratives about upland/lowland relationships.

    Olivier Evrard received a grant from the National Science Foundation (USA) from 2018 to 2024.

    Contact: Olivier Évrard

  • GUERNIER Vanina

    Photo Vanina GuernierVanina Guernier is a Researcher in the iEES-Paris research unit in the CoMIC team (Microbial Communities in Continental Ecosystems). Her research focuses on the ecology of infectious diseases, in particular neglected tropical diseases, through the "One Health" approach. She studies the eco-epidemiology of diseases where there is an interface between humans, animals and the environment.

    The objective of her research is to understand the ecology of environmental and zoonotic pathogens - in the environment and in different human and animal hosts - and thus to identify the factors that influence the survival and circulation of these pathogens in the different compartments of the infection cycle. This includes the study of the impact of anthropic (human) and climatic factors on the ecology of the bacteria of interest. This should allow to infer the risk factors of transmission and persistence of associated diseases, and to guide prevention and control measures in terms of public health. In Thailand and in the South East Asia region, Dr Vanina Guernier is interested in melioidosis (pathogen Burkholderia pseudomallei), leptospirosis (Leptospira spp.) or Q fever (Coxiella burnetii). Her research also focuses on antibiotic resistance in a community and environmental (non-clinical) context.

    Dr Vanina Guernier collaborates with Thai, French and English partners in the field, in particular at the Faculty of Veterinary Technology of Kasetsart University, where she is hosted since October 2022 and at the Faculty of Tropical Medicine of Mahidol University in Bangkok. She is part of the large project "Innovative Animal Health" supported by the Thai International Cooperation Agency (TICA) and led by Dr Serge Morand.

    Contact: Vanina Guernier


    Nicole Ngo-Giang-HuongNicole Ngo-Giang-Huong has been a researcher at UMR MIVEGEC, EDIFICE department, since January 2021. She has been appointed Thai International Cooperation Agency (TICA) expert at the Associated Medical Sciences (AMS) Faculty of Chiang Mai University (CMU) for the period 2021-2026 and co-coordinator of LMI PRESTO in Thailand with Dr Woottichai Khamduang, Assistant Professor at AMS, CMU since January 2022.

    Her work focuses on analyzing the determinants of transmission of viruses with a major impact on public health, notably HIV and hepatitis B and C viruses and, more recently, SARS-CoV-2, responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic.

    As part of LMI PRESTO, she is particularly interested in developing strategies and tools to prevent future pandemics and improve early diagnosis of (re)emerging viral infections, in collaboration with several CMU faculties including the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Social Sciences.

    Contact: Nicole Ngo-Giang-Huong

  • PARADIS Emmanuel

    Emmanuel Paradis

    Director of research at IRD, attached to the Institute of Evolutionary Sciences of Montpellier (ISE-M)Emmanuel Paradis develops a research program on the relationships between biodiversity, human populations, and sustainable development. He is interested in ecological and evolutionary processes affecting natural ecosystems and large predators, as well as short term and medium term predictions in relation to global changes (climate and landscape changes). He is developing, in collaboration with the National Biobank of Thailand (NBT), Kasetsart University, and Burapha University, a project on these questions in Thailand. He is currently hosted at NBT (part of the National Science and Technology Development Agency, NSTDA) where his activities focus on the BIMOMS project (biodiversity modeling at multiple scales) funded by IRD.

    During his 32 years of career, including seven at CNRS and seventeen at IRD, he has worked in various research programs in Europe and Asia. His areas of expertise are modeling, biostatistics and bioinformatics. He worked during seven years in Indonesia and has conducted numerous bioinformatics training workshops in various countries including Benin, Vietnam and Thailand. He coordinates the development of several software for phylogenetic analysis and population genomics distributed under an open license (

    Contact: Emmanuel Paradis


    Photo Maxime Réjou-MéchainMaxime Réjou-Méchain is a research fellow at IRD since 2016, based in the joint research unit AMAP and currently hosted at Chiang Mai University in the FORRU team.

    His work focuses on the ecological forces that structure tropical tree communities and their dynamics. His research integrates aspects of community ecology, remote sensing, spatial ecology, and functional ecology at different spatial scales. He is involved in several projects that aim at measuring and monitoring carbon stocks and forest structure from remote sensing approaches in tropical forests.

    Following his posting in India as head of the geomatics laboratory of the French Institute of Pondicherry (IFP) from 2014 to 2016, he started working on Thai forests in 2016. His work originally focused on Khao Yai national park, where LiDAR (airborne laser) and hyperspectral data have been acquired in collaboration with the University of Kasetsart, National Biobank of Thailand, the Mahidol University and Chiang Mai University. He is currently expanding his work in other areas in Thailand, covering a large gradient of forest types. Using a combination of extensive field, satellite and airborne data, he and her/his collaborators produce original results on the spatial and temporal dynamics of south asian forests.

    Contact: Maxime Réjou-Méchain


Researchers on mission in Thailand

  • CASTELLA Jean-Christophe

    Jean-Christophe Castella is a Research Director at IRD in the UMR SENS (IRD/CIRAD/Université Montpellier 3). He investigates the impacts of agro-ecological and socio-economic changes on farming landscapes and livelihoods in Southeast Asia.

    He encourages multi-stakeholder group discussions and reflections using serious games, visual techniques and practices of the invisible to boost collective intelligence. Through transdiciplinary approaches, he codesigns projects and models, products and innovations in support of farming communities that are transitioning towards agroecology and safe food systems.

    In 2023, he set up a research project in Sustainability Science for Agroecology, in partnership with Chulalongkorn University.

    Contact: Jean-Christophe Castella

  • GIRAUD Éric

    Eric GiraudÉric Giraud is Research Director at IRD associated to the MSLT team "Symbiotic Mechanisms in Tropical and Mediterranean Legumes" in the PHIM unit (Plant Health Institute of Montpellier) in France. Since 2013, he collaborates with the Suranaree University of Technology in Thailand, initially in the framework of PHC-SIAM projects (2013/2014 and 2017/2018) and followed by the creation of the Young Team Associated with the IRD-JEAI "Symbitrop" (2018-2021) of which he was the correspondent. The research carried out in this partnership aims to better understand and control the interactions between soil bacteria (commonly called rhizobia) and legumes, in the prospect of the development of sustainable agriculture that is more respectful of the environment by limiting the use of chemical nitrogen fertilizers.

    Throughout his last 20 years of career, Eric Giraud focused his research on the study of the mechanisms of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis between rhizobia and legumes, which plays a major agronomic role by increasing crop yield of some tropical legumes (peanut plant, cowpea, soybean) which represent an important source of food in many South countries.

    Contact: Éric Giraud

  • GUIGUE Catherine

    Photo Catherine GuigueCatherine Guigue, CNRS engineer at the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO, Marseille), is affected to IRD in Vietnam from September 2022. She is on assignment at the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH), within the Water-Environment-Oceanography (WEO) department. Specialized in environmental chemical analysis on organic matter/contaminants in various matrices such as water, atmosphere, sediment, organisms, her work at USTH will focus on analytical method set up and field/laboratory student training. She will work in the framework of the structuring programs GDRI SOOT-SEA, LMI LOTUS, the European MarTERA MATE project, the French Embassy project BLACK-IN-RED, and the PLUME oceanographic campaign.

    Contact: Catherine Guigue


    Photo Lea Guyomarc'hLea Guyomarc'h is an IRD research engineer working at MIO research unit in Marseille. From 2019 to 2021, she completed an International Volunteering in Administration (VIA) at the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH) in Vietnam, as part of two research projects, IRN SOOT-SEA (Impact of Black Carbon in Southeast Asia) and LMI LOTUS (Land Ocean Atmosphere Regional Coupled System Study Center). In this context, she contributed to the establishment and management of the IRN SOOT-SEA laboratory located at USTH, as well as the sampling and chemical analysis of combustion products (black carbon, hydrocarbons, metals, dissolved organic matter) in marine and atmospheric environments. She also contributed to the development of the IRN collaborative platform.

    Recruited at IRD in 2021, Lea is currently working on the chemical analysis of environmental samples collected in Vietnam, as well as the implementation of analytical methods. She also participates in various scientific programs, such as IRN SOOT-SEA and LMI LOTUS, as well as oceanographic campaigns, including BioSwot, Apero, PLUME, and MOOSE-GE.

    Contact: Lea Guyomarc'h

  • HAMEL Rodolphe

    Rodolphe HamelResearch Associate (Research-Engineer) at IRD, member of the laboratory MIVEGECRodolphe Hamel  works in Thailand since 2010 in collaboration with Mahidol University, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Walailak University and Kasetsart University, as an expert in virology especially on arboviruses. In 2023, he was designated as an Adjunct Professor for a period of 5 years by Mahidol University as part of his activities with the Faculty of Medical Technology and the MU-VERY platform.

    Embedded from 2016 to 2019 at the Faculty of Tropical Medicine of Mahidol University, in the Young Team Associated with IRD (JEAI) “DENCHITHAI”, he was in charge of the virology aspect of this program, including investigation on Dengue virus, Chikungunya virus and Zika virus in Thailand in human and mosquito samples. His assignment in Thailand had followed several missions (2012 and 2013) in the Department of Medical Entomology of the Faculty of Tropical Medicine (Mahidol University).

    Currently, Rodolphe Hamel leads the project INGENIOUS, dedicates to the evaluation of emerging avian arboviruses in Thailand and in Southeast Asia. This project is funded by the University of Montpellier in collaboration with Mahidol University, Walailak University and Kasetsart University. He has also recently initiated a collaboration with the Faculty of Veterinary of Chulalongkorn University to study the emergent flavivirus Tembusu.

    Since 2018, Rodolphe Hamel coordinates for IRD the implementation of a platform dedicated to the design and production of recombinant viral vectors for gene transfer and genome editing in vivo and in vitro at the Institute of Molecular Biosciences and the Faculty of Medical Technology of Mahidol University.

    Throughout the last 20 years, he has worked in several research programs in France, including different fields of research (Particular air pollution, Prion diseases, and Arbovirus diseases). His fields of expertise are in virology, in Molecular and cellular biology and he conducts his work in partnership with several Asian countries (Thailand, Laos, Japan).

    He also shares his experience with students (undergraduate, master degree and PhD students) by giving seminars and lectures at the University of Mahidol in Bangkok and Walailak University in Nakhon Si Tammarat (Thailand).

    Contact: Rodolphe Hamel

  • HERRMANN Marine

    Photo Marine HerrmannMarine Herrmann is a Physical Oceanographer, Research Director at IRD. She co-directs since 2018 with Ngo Duc Thanh the LMI LOTUS, a research and training center on the regional coupled ocean-continent-atmosphere system in Southeast Asia. She works in collaboration with sedimentologists, biogeochemists and atmosphericians to better understand the functioning and variability of ocean dynamics in the Southeast Asian seas, its influence on marine ecosystems and sediment transport, and its interactions with the atmosphere.

    Contact: Marine Herrmann

  • LAINÉ Nicolas

    Nicolas LainéNicolas Lainé is an Anthropologist, Research fellow at the UMR PALOC (IRD-National Museum of Natural History). A specialist in society-environment relations, he has conducted numerous field studies in India, Laos and more recently in Thailand. He is an Associate researcher at IRASEC and collaborates with the Faculty of Veterinary Technology at Kasetsart University, the Chulabhorn Research Institute in Bangkok, and the École Normale Supérieure - University of Hué in Vietnam.

    His work focuses on human-animal relationships, health (One Health), and local knowledge (ethno veterinary). They question the complex links between biodiversity-society-health and open reflections on the co-production of knowledge (expert/layperson, human/non-human) in South and Southeast Asia. By studying what circulates between species and the perceptions and treatments of animal diseases, it focuses on the knowledge systems mobilised locally to prevent the associated risks. In doing so, it aims to highlight the way in which human-animal relations condition socio-environmental balances and impact the health of humans, animals and the environment.

    Since 2020, he has been coordinating the BufFarm One Health SEA program, a multidisciplinary project whose objective is to understand the various ethnological, ecological and medical aspects of extensive buffalo farming in Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.

    Contact: Nicolas Lainé

  • MANGUIN Sylvie

    Sylvie Manguin

    Sylvie Manguin is a Full Research Professor at IRD. She is part of the Research unit UMR-5151 HSM (HydroSciences Montpellier), based at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Montpellier (UM), France. She is a leading medical and molecular entomologist and academician researcher whose main interest concerns mosquitoes and vector-borne diseases such as malaria and dengue. She has developed studies on Anopheles mosquitoes from three continents (Asia, Africa, America), including molecular species identification, population genetics, vectorial capacities, spatial surveillance, midgut microbiota biodiversity, salivary immunological markers, and vector control approaches. Since 1998, she has worked on malaria and dengue vectors from Southeast Asia, in partnership with teams from Kasetsart (KU) and Mahidol (MU) Universities. She is teaching medical entomology at KU, and since 2006, she has been the advisor of 30 students in Master, PhD and Post-doctorate from KU and MU, including PhDs in co-registration at KU and University of Montpellier.

    She is the author of 120 indexed publications (WOS h-index: 37), six book chapters, three books including Towards Malaria Elimination – A leap Forward, Anopheles mosquitoes: new insights into malaria vectors, for which she is the Editor and Biodiversity of malaria in the World (John Libbey Ed.), respectively published in 2018, 2013 and 2008. She is also the Secretary General of the International Federation of Tropical Medicine (IFTM), member of the organizer committee of the International Congress for Tropical Medicine & Malaria (ICTMM), member of the Editorial Boards of the Malaria Journal and Acta Tropica. She is an expert in working groups on vectors at ANSES (Paris), GBIF (Denmark) ; and she serves as expert and reviewer in several international institutions (NIH-NIAID, USA; Oxford Univ., UK; GHTM, Portugal; ESF, Europe; ANRES, Thailand) and more than 20 scientific journals.

    The last two books she edited Towards Malaria Elimination – A leap Forward ( 2018) and Anopheles mosquitoes: New insights into malaria vectors (2013) are accessible in open access.

    Contact: Sylvie Manguin

  • MISSÉ Dorothée

    Dorothée MisséDorothée Missé (Research Director) co-heads the “Biology of Viral Infection” Department at MIVEGEC unit (IRD - UMR 224 IRD/CNRS/UM, Montpellier, France). She works on the pathogenesis of emerging or re-emerging viruses (Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika, Mayaro...viruses) with a focus on virus-host interactions, innate immunity and pathogenesis. She has contributed to many externally funded projects as principal investigator and contributed to >120 studies including those in Nat. Biotechnol., PNAS., PLoS Path., PLoS Biology, Trends in Ecol. Evol., Blood, Cell Report, as well as four patents. She has pioneered the field of Zika virus biology.

    She’s also involved in interdisciplinary “One-Health” projects in South-East Asia and Africa with the aim to reduce the risk of emergence of viral zoonotic diseases. For more than 15 years, she has developed a strong scientific partnership with several Thai Universities on projects based on the understanding of the mechanisms involved in arbovirus transmission. In this context, she directed or co-directed several Thai PhD students and post-doctoral researchers.

    She was the IRD representative of a Young Team Associated to IRD (JEAI DENCHICTHAI) whose researchers came from two Thai universities (Faculty of Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University and Prince of Songkla University). She also had a strong partnership with researchers based at the Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University and recently she obtained a PHC-SIAM grant with Dr Sineewanlaya Wichit. In this context, she supervises PhD students from this Faculty.

    Contact: Dorothée Missé

  • MOLLE François

    Photo François MolleFrançois Molle is an IRD Research Director in the G-eau research Unit (IRD - AgroParisTech - BRGM - CIRAD - INRAE - Institut AgroMontpellier). He has 35 years of experience in research for development in areas such as small dams, irrigation management, watershed governance, water policies, groundwater governance, interactions between societies, technology and environment. He has worked mainly in Brazil, Mali, Southeast Asia, Middle East and North Africa.

    He was recently (2010-2015) detached to the International Water Management Institute in charge of developing IWMI's research activities in the Middle East and North Africa region. He is co-editor of the journal Water Alternatives.

    Contact : François Molle

  • OUILLON Sylvain

    Photo Sylvain OuillonSylvain Ouillon is Senior Scientist at IRD. He belongs to the LEGOS laboratory at the University of Toulouse, and is now in post in Vietnam where he leads the Department Water-Environment-Oceanography of the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH). His research topics include coastal oceanography (from hydro-sedimentary processes to regional-scale modeling), sediment transport processes, dynamics and variability (in rivers, river basins, estuaries, river plumes and coastal zones), and methods for sediment transport monitoring, including ocean color and applications, and numerical modeling. Within the International Joint Laboratory LOTUS, a collaboration is developing with the University of Chulalongkorn.

    Contact: Sylvain Ouillon

  • POMPON Julien

    Julien PomponJulien Pompon is a molecular entomologist and studies the transmission by mosquitoes of viruses causing dengue, Zika, West Nil fever, chikungunya… Almost the whole human population lives in areas where there is a risk of infection by these viruses, but the tropics are specifically exposed with a continuous presence of these pathogens. In spite of this alarming sanitary situation, there are few effective vaccines and no cure. The most widely-deployed intervention is vector control. However, the current technologies are not sufficient to prevent epidemics.

    The aim of Julien Pompon’s research is to improve our understanding of the molecular mechanisms that lead to virus transmission in order to identify new intervention targets and develop new control means. To this end, he uses state-of-the-art tools including next generation sequencing, proteomics and metabolomics to understand how the virus harnesses the mosquito physiology to enable transmission to humans. In Thailand, Julien works in close interaction with scientists in the universities of Mahidol (MU) and Walailak (WU), with whom he shares the cutting-edge technologies to transfer his expertise and help fight the mosquito-borne diseases that are endemic in Thailand.

    Contact: Julien Pompon

  • TEDETTI Marc

    Photo Marc TedettiMarc Tedetti, IRD Oceanographer - Biogeochemist from the MIO research unit, has been on assignment at the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH) within the Water-Environment-Oceanography (WEO) department since September 2022. His research work in Vietnam focuses on the fluxes, reactivity and impact of dissolved Black Carbon in the Red River delta area - Gulf of Tonkin. His work contributes to the structuring programs GDRI SOOT-SEA, LMI LOTUS, to the European MarTERA MATE project, to the French Embassy project BLACK-IN-RED, and to the PLUME oceanographic campaign.

    Contact: Marc Tedetti


    Photo Tamara Tovar Sanchez

    Tamara Tovar Sanchez, graduated in General Medicine at BUAP in Mexico, then a Master's degree in Public Health - Epidemiology and a degree in Clinical Research at UCBL1, in France. Tamara then specialized in clinical studies on HIV, Covid-19 and Ebola implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa (Cameroon, DRC).

    Based at the International Joint Unit TransVIHMI (IRD-Inserm-University of Montpellier), where she is Project Manager of the CaPThai study: Implementation of a new Strategic TB Case-Finding, Treatment and Prevention Public Health Pack in Thailand. Tamara is currently on a long-term mission to support the Division of Tuberculosis (DTB) of the Ministry of Public Health in the preparation and implementation of the clinical trial in the 20 participating hospitals, as well as to build the capacity of the coordinating team (DTB) and of the health care staff in Thailand.

    Contact: Tamara Tovar Sanchez


Representative office

  • MARI Xavier, Representative

    Photo Xavier MariXavier Mari is Senior Scientist at the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development. He has held the position of IRD Representative in Thailand since September 2022.

    He obtained a European PhD in Oceanography and Marine Environment in 1997, in Denmark, and started to work as a marine biogeochemist at IRD in 2002, focusing on the impacts of human activities on the carbon cycle.

    He has been working in partnership in the Asia Pacific region for the past 20 years. He is in charge of the International Research Network: Impact of Black Carbon in South East Asia (or SOOT-SEA), which brings together a multidisciplinary consortium of scientists from South East Asian and European countries addressing the multiple issues related to fine particle air pollution, from health, climate, ecosystems and social perspectives.

    His scientific path has convinced him of the need to use cross-cutting, multidisciplinary and multi-actor approaches, breaking a scientific organization into thematic silos that proved ineffective to solve the major global issues we face.

    Contact: Xavier Mari

  • SUPSIN Sitanun, Secretary

    Photo Sitanun SupsinSecretary of IRD Representation in Thailand


    Contact: Sitanun Supsin

  • BALAVOINE Joséfa, Regional Communication

    Photo Joséfa BalavoineCommunication and scientific culture officer in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and India


    Contact: Joséfa Balavoine

  • MAHAPHAN Jiraporn, Revenue manager

    Photo Jiraporn MahaphanRevenue manager for Thailand, India, Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh


    Contact: Jiraporn Mahaphan

  • ROUSSEAU Benjamin, Administrative and Financial Officer

    Photo Benjamin RousseauAdministrative and Financial Officer for Thailand, India, Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh


    Contact: Benjamin Rousseau

  • RACHATAWORADEJ Chorjit, Administrative and HR Management Assistant

    Photo Chorjit RachataworadejAdministrative and HR Management Assistant for Thailand, India, Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh


    Contact: Chorjit Rachataworadej


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