Cambodia

 

A few figures:

1,473 people trained directly, of which 632 NGO/MFI staff and 687 underprivileged youth.

70 organisations reached (see list below)

25,997 people trained by organisations we trained.

Around 104,000 people reached as participants share with their colleagues and families what they learn.

Programmes since 2006

Local partner: ICS Skillful Parenting

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a+b=3 logo's focus in Cambodia:

List of organisations we have worked with:

Enfants du Mékong: has been instrumental to our work in Cambodia since 2006. Enfants du Mekong gives training to secondary school teenagers, university students and the families of the children that the organisation helps supporting. We helped them embed financial education in their students' development curriculum in Phnom Penh and in Sisophon. Read more. They also introduced money management simple workshops to the very low income families they support. Read more.

 

Soieries du Mékong in Banteay Chhmar (North Cambodia) has been the very first organisation we worked with. Besides providing revenue to sill-weavers, Les Soieiries support their savings effort through regular training and a savings scheme; we designed their training and trained their trainers. Read more.

Salabai, a Siem Reap based vocational school, has integrated money management to their students’ curriculum since 2008. Twice a year each batch learns about the basics of managing a salary. Read more.

 

Bethezer Aid Fund regularly runs our programme “Money Starters” for students. Read more.

ICS Asia (along with ICS Africa) wanted to enrich their Parenting Skills programme with a Family Budgeting module to address lack of trust, arguments between spouses and reduce debt burden. We designed a module linked to their existing Parenting Skills programme, ran training the trainers, observed some pilots and co-worked on adapting and contextualising it. Read more.

1001 Fontaines- Teuk Saat a social enterprise who has built a business and development model around clean water production and distribution locally, wanted to empower their entrepreneurs and support team. Read more.

Habitat for Humanity Cambodia asked us to develop a specific module to accompany its beneficiaries plan their home improvements and finance them in a responsible way. Read more.

Women’s Resource Center: we redesigned their financial literacy programme to address their target clients’ issues, including illiterate ladies. Read more.

 

SHE Investments: use part of our curriculum that they accessed online to build their own programme and empower Cambodian women.

Care Cambodia: we designed a very simple programme for garment factory workers so that it can be facilitated by peers. Read more.

Other organisations who have attended our workshops:

Enfants d'Asie Aspeca

Passerelles Numériques

Enfants et développement

Samathapeap Kniom

Handicap International

Osmose

Buddhism for Development

Pepyride

Angkor Mikroheranhvatho Kampuchea Co., Ltd (AMK)

MaD for Good

This Life Cambodia

Sovann Phoum

Working for Children

Bac Touk High School

Komar Rikreay association

Sao Sary Foundation

Cambodian Women's Crisis Center

Entrepreneurs du Monde (Chamroeun Finance)

Friends International (Mith Samlanh Organization)

Groupe de Recherche et d'Échanges Technologiques (GRET)

Krousar Yoeung

Sovann Komar

Population and Development International

Grace House Community Center

Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation

Victoria Angkor Hotel

BHI (partner of ICS)

Highlanders Association HA-RTK

Residence d'Angkor

Connected Schools

Good Neighbor

VisionFund Cambodia

Kredit Microfinance

Winrock

PSE (Pour un Sourire d'Enfants)

InnerChange

American Academic Associates

NRG Solutions

Ponleu Kumar

Save Cambodia's Wildlife

Reproductive and Child Health Alliance

Saving for Change - Oxfam

HKL

Thaneakea Phum (Cambodia), Ltd.

ADRA

The Liger Charitable Foundation

Cambodian Children's Charity

Cambodian Creations

PHARE

YES Centre

ESC-Borda

Asian Hope