Cambodia’s InSTEDD iLAB SouthEast Asia organised a youth mobile coders programme to enable youths to develop mobile application solutions to solve social needs in the Kingdom. Find out more about this program through the interview that was held.
At the Communicable Disease Control Cambodia (CDC Cambodia), various innovative digital tools have been implemented into processes to prevent disease outbreaks around the country. CDC Cambodia is responsible for recording all the diseases that could potentially affect public health throughout the day, 7 days a week. These diseases range from small scale outbreaks to a pandemic.
As part of their weekly Impact Talks event, Impact Hub will feature inspiring and well known social entrepreneurs from all around Phnom Penh this week/ Kickstart the weekend over a glass of wine while you delve into their journey through social entrepreneurship, and leave the talk with valuable insights about the community.
The biannual Mekong ICT Camp was held on the 8th to 12th June this year at the College of Innovation of Thammasat University Pattaya in Thailand. The fourth edition of this five-day workshop for Information, Communication, Technology Capacity for Independent Media, Community Health Workers, and Civil Society Organisations saw around 60 participants from the Mekong sub-region including Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, and Yunnan, China.
Find out more about how Verboice has helped Cambodia, as Geeks In Cambodia speaks with Tharum Bun and Joe Agoada.