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
From High Poverty to A Sustainable Livelihood Uncle Ken Mao is feeding chicken and talking about activities related to growing vegetables and chicken to ODOV staff. He said that he and his wife cultivated vegetables in the garden (20 meters long and 15 meters wide) just north of the house and raised some chickens … Continue reading Impact Story: Uncle Ken Mao
Sister Hien Boeun is a member of a target household living in Andong Trach Village, Chres Commune, Mesang District, Prey Veng Province. She is 59-years-old and her husband, Hul Hoeun, is 58 years old. Their niece who is married with a 3-year-old son live with Sister Hien Boeun's family. Her family was categorized as … Continue reading Impact Story: Sister Hien Boeun
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.
Sister Saboern's experiences with micro-finance and migration lead her to become a participant in ODOVs project to gain sustainable income generation.
Brother Sarun's experience working with ODOV.
Sister Phala's experience working with ODOV.
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.