Building Digital Medical Records for Floating Villages in Cambodia

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By Setha RATH Former Senior Innovation Program Manager Development Innovations How do you digitize medical records in Cambodia when your clinics are on a lake, have minimal internet connectivity, and are four hours away from the nearest big city? Impossible, you say? Not quite. Let me introduce you to the Lake Clinic (TLC), a health […]
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Muyteang’s Journey: Six Months as a Young Innovator

By Muyteang TAN Former Young Innovator Development Innovations University graduation is a nerve wrecking moment. You have to map out your life all over again, and it starts to dawn on you that academic achievements might not have as much value to employers as work experience. Work experience is a funny thing; you need to […]
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5 Tips to Write a Compelling Concept Note

By Setha RATH Former Senior Innovation Program Manager Development Innovations Have you ever written an activity concept note? It can be really hard to get it right! Not sure where to start? I wanted to write up some of my thoughts and advice after reviewing and writing a lot of concept notes in my job […]
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IamRachana, IamCoding, and IamCute!

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By Sokcheng SEANG, Co-founder, Wapatoa   Has anyone of you ever heard of #IAmRachana? Well, you have probably not, and that’s why you’re missing out on a pretty cool, young lady!  Originally developed by USAID’s Development Innovations, Rachana is the ambassador of Technovation, and more broadly, an ambassador for all the young girls out there who are […]
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5 Reasons Why You Should Engage Young Cambodian Voices… and How

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By ChavAn CHIN Communications Specialist Development Innovations The United Nations Development Program reports that 65% of Cambodia’s population under the age of 30, and these young Cambodians are ready to contribute back to the society they grew in! But shortly after schools, fresh graduates are often not given the opportunity to contribute to the economy […]
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Toolkit to Guide Your Team through Technovation Cambodia

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By Gechheang CHEA Tech Programme Coordinator Development Innovations Technovation Cambodia is one of the most well-known tech entrepreneurship training programs in Cambodia focused on girls. Since 2014, Technovation has reached more than 400 girls around the country, and we have seen impressive results from all the teams in terms of both hard coding skills, as […]
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5 Useful and Fun Game-based Learning Websites Everyone Can Use

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By Meymey CHOENG Former Innovation Program Assistant Development Innovations Everyone loves fun and exciting things, regardless of how old you are. Especially games! Some people still love watching cartoons and playing kid’s games as adults. And in the spirit of fun, today I want to share some game-based block programming websites that anyone can use […]
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The Evolution of Technovation Cambodia: 2014-2019

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By Pork PONN Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager Development Innovations The Technovation Challenge is the world’s largest tech entrepreneurship program for young women, focused on girls ages 10-18. Technovation offers girls around the world the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to become tech entrepreneurs and leaders through a practical 12-week project-based course facilitated by […]
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From Technovation Finalist to Women in Tech Award Winner

By Tiffany Tsang Communications Advisor Development Innovations Before 2017, Sokuntevy Chhy was a Phnom Penh high school student who didn’t know what coding was. “I was never interested in technology,” she describes. On March 15th, Tevy was named Girl Innovator of 2019 at the Cambodian Women in Tech Awards ceremony, presented at the Raffles Le […]
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