From 2013-2019, we helped civil society organizations, social enterprises, technology companies and young innovators in Cambodia test, design, and implement technology-enabled projects that address development challenges. Explore the projects below.

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Grantee: Edemy

Partners: USAID Cambodia

Technical Partner: Edemy

Technology Solution: Mobile App

This grant supports Edemy to build high school students’ capacity to co-create e-learning contents for Tesdopi app and use the app to address the “too late to learn” phenomenon and prepare for the BACII examination through Tesdopi, which can be realized through “Tesdopi Student Ambassador” program, “Effective Learning” Social Media Campaigns and Tesdopi e-Learning Workshop.

Grantee: InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia

Partners: USAID Cambodia, KAPE

Technical Partner: InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia

Technology Solution: E-career counselling

This grant will support InSTEDD to implement the project titled “Scale Up of Trey Visay - Supporting Youth Careers & Futures in Cambodia”. The project aims to connect young people to information about career counselling and vocational training through the Trey Visay mobile app. The project helps ensure that young people they have increased access to tools and resources to better prepare for their careers (Trey Visay means compass in Khmer). Watch the video about Trey Visay and test it out yourself on the Play Store and the App Store.

Feature Story: Our partner InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia, and director Channé Suy Lan, are featured in a recent podcast by Social Innovation Asia. Listen to hear more about their story, and their work in Cambodia.

Grantee: World Education, Inc.

Partners: USAID Cambodia, Good Return

Technical Partner: Good Return

Technology Solution: Content development & consumer awareness campaign via Facebook

This project aimed to test whether a consumer awareness campaign, delivered via Facebook and targeted at Cambodia’s youth, can be effective in stimulating dialogue within poor Cambodian households on financial decision making and ultimately contribute to building financial awareness and consumer confidence.

Success Story: Social Media Campaign Builds Awareness about Financial Management

Grantee: Aide et Action Cambodia

Partners: USAID Cambodia, Facebook

Technical Partner: Biz Solution

Technology Solution: Inclusive education website and a web portal on Facebook's Free Basics platform

This project funded a website to provide educational resources for teachers, school directors, District and Provincial offices of Education (PoE/DoE) and parents. Through Facebook's Free Basics platform, the site aims to reach marginalized and out of school children, and connect them to online resources and school-based resources.

Grantee: World Education, Inc.

Partners: USAID Cambodia

Technical Partner: CamMob

Technology Solution: Android-based learning tools

This project funded the development of a digital literacy assessment tool for the Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC) project's Continuous Assessment System (CAS). The assessment app promoted teacher understanding and used of the CAS as a diagnostic tool for student learning. The CAS App also facilitated teacher and student use and understand of technology in the classroom.

Success Story: TEST Application Cultivates Reading Culture for Young Cambodians