A farmer Eng Sameth is preparing fish’s feed and talking to ODOV staff about her activities of fish cultivation. She tells that her family raises fish in a pond, the size 10m* 15m long behind her house. She spent 280,000 Khmer Riels ($70) to purchase 30kg of cat fish fingerlings to raise. She feeds her … Continue reading A story of aunt, Eng Sameth
I (ODOV staff) stopped my moto cylce and went into the house of aunt, Chhim Thoeun. I saw aunt, Chhim Thoeun is busy feeding her chickens. I looked at her chicken’s farm, it was attractive and it was well organized. I was impressive in her work. I walked straightly to have a conversation with her. … Continue reading A Story of Aunt Chhim Thoeun
A young boy is bending down his head to fix a cell phone thoroughly. There are few people standing closed by and watching the young boy is repairing a cell phone. When the young boy recognizes a voice of the staff, saying hello to him, he raises up his face with good smiling and says … Continue reading Story of a Young Boy Ren Rasey
ODOV staff goes across one of their target villages in Kapong Trabaek district, staff sees a bland name called “Mongkul Daneth, Traditional and Modern Wedding Embellishment, make up, hairstyle, and nails”. It was posted next to a small salon shop with a Zinc roof. Looking into a shop, the staff sees a young girl is … Continue reading A Story of a Young Girl, Phal Boneth
In a selling and repairing cell phone shop, a young man is sitting and fixing cellphone thoroughly, and he is very satisfied with the work he is doing. The young man, Chheang Chhay Ly, 18, is now 11th grade student at Mesang High School. Chhay ly lives in Roboh Pchet village, Prey Khnes commune, Mesang … Continue reading A Story of a young man, Chheang Chhay Ly
Sister Ngin Sat is 48 years old, living in Sanlong Village, Prey Khnes Commune, Mesang District, Prey Veng Province. She is a single mother with four children, three girls and one boy. Her livelihood depended on growing rice in a small plot of land and running a small grocery business at home. “My family was … Continue reading Impact Story: Sister Ngin Sat
Sister Saboern's experiences with micro-finance and migration lead her to become a participant in ODOVs project to gain sustainable income generation.