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IN CAMBODIA


IN CAMBODIA

CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

About AIESEC in Cambodia Care for Cambodia Beyond Your Dreams Clean H2O EduTech EnviroWarriors Condition & Application Process Contact


Current Local Committee

AIESEC IFL

1.200+ Exchange Experiences

AIESEC LUCT

AIESEC Phnom Penh

1.000+ AIESEC Alumni

AIESEC Wat Phnom

40.000+ National and Local Board Media Followers


CARE FOR CAMBODIA In 1975 Cambodia was a mainly agricultural country. Pol Pot decided it should be completely agricultural. This meant all the people from the towns and cities were forced to move to the countryside. Pol Pot also decided that agricultural output should double in 4 years (a totally unrealistic target). Private property was banned and collective farms were formed. They were supposed to grow 3 tones of rice per hectare (again a completely unrealistic target). People were made to work very long hours to try and grow the extra rice. They were given insufficient food and many fell ill and died from a combination of exhaustion and malnutrition. That was not all. Religion was banned in Cambodia (people caught practicing Buddhism were executed). Family relationships were banned (on the grounds that parents exploited their children). Furthermore the smallest infringement of the rules resulted in execution. Although they were half starved people caught foraging for food were executed. Needless to say anyone who complained was executed. Furthermore the Khmer Rouge murdered intellectuals. Soon people who could speak a foreign language or who wore glasses were executed. This nightmarish situation was only ended by a war with Vietnam.


This was what happened from the past; however, the consequence is still affecting until today. As matter of fact, it's because there were no more intellectuals in Cambodia. We see the importance of Leadership, and this is why AIESEC is relevant in Cambodia that we place confidence in youth leadership. On top of that, AIESEC in Cambodia aim to make summer projects that impact on Cambodia on the following area: Education, Clean Water & Sanitation, Decent Work & Economic Growth, Responsible Consumption and Climate Action. In appliance with UN's Global Goals:


Beyond Your Dreams


BEYOND YOUR DREAMS Goal #4: Quality Education Target: 4.1 - By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.

"Beyond Your Dreams" is a 6-week project that aims to enable underprivileged children and youth to expand their language literacy and mindset . During Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979, all educated people were killed especially teachers, therefore, Cambodia is still struggling from the aftermath due to lack of competent teachers that affects the young generation. Moreover, ASEAN integration is going to happen and Cambodia is not ready especially for young people that they are still lack of language literacy and international mindset. Therefore, Education is the key to be ready for changes and be outstanding in the regional and global network. The specific target for the project are young people range from age 5 to 18.

The project will be happening in Phnom Penh, capital city of Cambodia from June to August 2017. The interns who take part of the project can be from any part of the world, preferably Asia Pacific region. The project makes impact by going to the organization directly to teach the children and youth about English and also diverse culture.


Available Placement: 60 for Summer Realization Date

Partners 1. Student Development Institute

Cycle 1: 8th July – 20th July 2017 Cycle 2: 13th July – 24th August 2017 For other date, it’s negotiable

2. Attitude Centre of Education

Running Local Committee

5. Janesana School

AIESEC IFL AIESEC LUCT AIESEC Phnom Penh AIESEC Wat Phnom

3. Salamom School 4. Sok Orphanage 6. Eastern Academy 7. People Improvement Organization

8. Cambodia Youth Development Org. 9. American English Teaching School 10. Karuna Youth 11. Angkor Khemara School


AIESEC IFL

AIESEC PP

LEANG

DINA

Director of Incoming Global Volunteer kimleang.chhor@aiesec.net

Vice President of Incoming Global Volunteer phon.sodina@aiesec.net

AIESEC LUCT

AIESEC WP

TENNY

MONY

Vice President of Incoming Global Volunteer koun.bunthorn@aiesec.net

Vice President of Incoming Global Volunteer seihamony.kheiv9@aiesec.net


Clean H2O


CLEAN H2O Goal #6: Clean Water & Sanitation Target: 6.b - Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management

AIESEC aims to create and deliver a community development project addressing about Water Sanitation in Cambodia - also how they could get proper access to it as well. The project will consist of training workshop organize and innovation activities in chosen communities. The project will have three components: Water Sanitation Workshop, Healthcare Day and Innovation Workshop on the topic in the community. The project will happen in 8 different communities such as Takeo, Prek Leap, Korki, Kampong Chnang, Kampong Cham, Steung Meanchey, Kampong Speu and Kandal.

Impact we aim to reach: # of live reach: 1200 # of workshop: 12 Community Workshops


Available Placement: 30 Running Local Committee

Community Reach 1. Social Event: Healthcare Day

AIESEC LUCT (10) AIESEC Phnom Penh (20)

2. Social Event: Tree Planting Day

Realization Date

4. Community Workshop

Project Date: 28th June – 10th August 2017

5. Global English Classroom

3. Community Visit in Local House

6. Video Competition 7. Global village

8. Project Training from Partners 9. Project Evaluation & Report


AIESEC LUCT

AIESEC PP

SEANG

SREYNIK

Vice President of Social Project vuochseang.ly@aiesec.net

Vice President of Social Project sreynik.seng@aiesec.net


EduTech


EDUTECH Goal #4: Quality Education Target: 4.4 - By 2030, substantially increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship Goal #8: Decent Work & Economic Growth Target: 8.6 - By 2020, substantially reduce the proportion of youth not in employment, education or training AIESEC aims to create and deliver a community development project addressing the gaps in digital literacy among young students in Cambodia—to make more equipped for the future. The project will consist of training workshop organize and basic English class in chosen communities. Through this project, young Cambodians will be allowed to be at par in terms of computer based literacy with the young people in more developed countries. The project will happen in nine different communities in Kandal, Koh Dach, Steung Meanchey, Nek Leung, Kampong Cham, Kampong Speu, Kampong Loung, Takmao and Takeo. Impact we aim to reach: # of live reach: 1200 # of workshop: 12 Community Workshops


Available Placement: 30 Running Local Committee

Community Reach 1. Social Event: Healthcare Day

AIESEC IFL (10) AIESEC LUCT (10) AIESEC Wat Phnom (10)

2. Social Event: Tree Planting Day

Realization Date

5. Video Competition

Project Date: 28th June – 10th August 2017

3. Community Workshop 4. Global English Classroom 6. Global Village 7. Project Training from Partners

8. Project Evaluation & Report


AIESEC IFL

AIESEC WP

MEIJEN

CHHAY

Vice President of Social Project meijen.lee@aiesec.net

Vice President of Social Project chhen.srunchhay@aiesec.net

AIESEC LUCT SEANG Vice President of Social Project vuochseang.ly@aiesec.net


EnviroWarriors


EDUTECH Goal #12: Responsible Consumption Target: 12.8 -By 2030, ensure that people everywhere have the relevant information and awareness for sustainable development and lifestyles in harmony with nature Goal #13: Climate Action Target: 13.3 - Improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning AIESEC aims to create and deliver a community development project addressing the awareness on waste management, recycling, responsible consumption and climate change in rural areas. This project consists of workshop sessions, tree planting and teaching basic English class to session participants. It also aims to show the importance of using quality products and how we can increase sustainable production in the domestic market.

This will happen in different communities into 7 community: Takeo, Kampong Chnang, Steung Meanchey, Korki, Prek Leap, Takmao, and Kampong Loung Impact we aim to reach: # of live reach: 1200 # of workshop: 12 Community Workshops


Available Placement: 30 Running Local Committee AIESEC Phnom Penh (20) AIESEC Wat Phnom (10)

Realization Date Project Date: 28th June – 10th August 2017

Community Reach 1. Social Event: Healthcare Day 2. Social Event: Tree Planting Day 3. Community Workshops 4. Global English Classroom 5. Video Competition 6. Global Village 7. Project Training from Partners

8. Project Evaluation & Report


AIESEC PP

AIESEC WP

SREYNIK

CHHAY

Vice President of Social Project sreynik.seng@aiesec.net

Vice President of Social Project chhen.srunchhay@aiesec.net


CONDITION & PROCESS Beyond Your Dreams EPs do not need to pay any fee, but the offer is according to different placement. Therefore, it’s up to EP’s selection & preference.

Clean H2O, Edutech and EnviroWarriors EPs are required to pay 165USD for the project that will cover: • Accommodation for 6 weeks (sharing with other EPs too in a rental house/dorm – for specific, EP can further ask OC.) • Incoming Preparation Seminar • LEAD Activity • Transportation to other province during the project • City Tours & Visit • Farewell Party

Application Process When EPs in YOP, our team will contact them within 24 hours to ensure quick response to customer.

Once EP respond back to us, we will make sure that interview is happening within 2 days.

Apply in YOP

Interview

Approve on EXPA


CONTACT Sien Heng, MCVP IGV 1617 sien.heng@aiesec.net


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