"Social good geek" and web activist, Adrienne co founded E. C. Digital Solutions agency and Geeks in Cambodia project. Always in quest of hot news focused on how to build bridges between tech and social innovation, she’s willing to grab attention to Cambodia’s tech and Startup scene and demonstrate its huge potential.
As we already explained, here at Geeks in Cambodia, we’re passionate about Startups, but we’re also really excited about everything related to Social Good.
Quick reminder, we call “Social Good” all initiatives bridging tech or innovation to social change. Bottom line, any project using tech resources for solidarity or education purpose could be defined as … More
This month, Women Deliver conference was held in Kuala Lumpur, where attendees could discuss on how new media could support women’s health and empowerment.
It is during this conference that the project “+SocialGood” was launched, a network connecting global communities for social change.
This project was born thanks to Mashable, one of the first platform to … More
Last week we had the pleasure to introduce the cambodia-based company Osja, a game development studio created in Phnom Penh in november 2011.
This studio has not only developed mobile games made for fun purpose, they actually also created a mobile game for social good purpose, called the «Good men Quiz».
This project was initiated … More
Cambodian Voter Voice is a platform gathering useful informations in regards to the election process. Cambodian elections will indeed be held next july, so voters can be updated thanks to this resource.
The platform initially existed as a website, www.cambodianvotervoice.org, but it also evolved as a free mobile app, available on Android devices.
By collecting … More
Mekong ICT Camp is currently taking place until may 10th. This event happens once every two years in the Mekong subregion, hosted for this edition in Thailand.
The event consists in workshops, presentations and discussions, focused on tech, information and communication for civil society organizations and citizen media. People taking part in the event come … More