As usual, ODOV project staff regularly conduct weekly follow-up visits for master craft persons and training participants involved in ODOV vocational training partnerships. The purpose of these visits is for ODOV staff to observe the learning and teaching of the master craft person and trainee in order to evaluate the progress of the trainee in … Continue reading Story of a Young Man, Non Veasna
A successful story of a young man, Oun Savorn
There is a mobile phone repair shop in Chi Phoch village called “Savorn, repairing all kinds of mobile phones”. My name is Chou Samoeurn, an ODOV staff member, and as I go into the shop I see a young man busy repairing a phone thoroughly and carefully. He has a nice smile on his face … Continue reading A successful story of a young man, Oun Savorn
Story of a Young Boy Ren Rasey
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
A Story of a Young Girl, Phal Boneth
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
A Story of a young man, Chheang Chhay Ly
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
Impact Story: Over-age and Beating the Odds
Just 8 months into the program, Mov is able to make about $5 to $10 a month while also learning new skills. “It’s not a lot of money, but it’s just enough to pay for some school materials,” he says.
Impact Story: Sewing Provides Self-Sufficiency, Staying in School
The Occupational Training Program is equipping woman and men, alike, with the skills needed to start and join existing sewing businesses. This is allowing them to support themselves and their loved-ones, without having to leave the District.