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: SHE Investment

Partners: USAID Cambodia

Technical Partner: Edemy

Technology Solution: Online learning

The project supports SHE Investments to improve the existing information and content and add business eLearning course and online learning feature to the Ngeay Ngeay website to become more user-friendly interface. In addition, SHE Investment pilots a blended learning (a combination of an in-person and online learning program) module that can be delivered by local and rural organizations trained by SHE Investment to female entrepreneurs in rural areas. The improved Ngeay Ngeay website and Business Incubator programs through a Blended Learning help female entrepreneurs in Cambodia easily access to an eco-system of support to improve and scale their micro-enterprises, including information, tools and resources, a business e-Learning platform, blended learning opportunities, and service provider referrals.

Grantee: Cambodian Disable People Organisation

Partners: USAID Cambodia

Technical Partner: Cambodian Disable People Organisation

Technology Solution: Social media campaign, narrowcast pilot, survey of ICT for PWDs

This grant supports Cambodian Disabled People's Organization (CDPO) to conduct a survey of their users, develop a social media strategy and Facebook campaign, and develop digital content to highlight people with disabilities' rights under Cambodian law.

Success Story: Promoting Awareness of People with Disabilities’ Rights with Technologies

Blog Post: Eight Insights from the People with Disabilities Rapid Survey

Grantee: Support Her Enterprise Co., Ltd. (SHE Investments)

Partners: USAID Cambodia, EZECOM

Technical Partner: Codingate

Technology Solution: Social media campaign and Khmer language web portal for business registration information/ processes

This grant supports SHE Investments to develop an online business information portal which is accessible and user-friendly to provide information in Khmer for women entrepreneurs on how to start their business. This project will market this portal across other womens entrepreneurship networks and use social media for a targeted outreach and marketing campaign.

Blog Post: Retrospective: Launch of Business Information Platform by SHE Investments

Grantee: MEDIA One

Partners: USAID Cambodia, USAID Supporting Forests and Biodiversity (SFB) Project

Technical Partner: MEDIA One

Technology Solution: Facebook campaign along with traditional media such as radio program and radio public service announcements (PSAs)

This grant supported Media One in their efforts to implement the project entitled Cambodian Natural Heritage Awareness Initiative. The overall goal of this proposal is to raise awareness about Cambodia’s natural heritage through diverse media platforms like social media, radio and SMS, complemented by direct community engagement activities. Throughout the activity, MEDIA One adjusted based on audience and community feedback, and analyzed social media findings for the Facebook campaign.

Blog Post: Grandfather Prey Lang Connects People to the Jungle

Grantee: Cambodian Center for Human Rights

Partners: USAID Cambodia

Technical Partner: Endorphine Concept Digital Solutions

Technology Solution: Content development including videos & infographics on land rights

This project funded the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) to develop online interactive content for its Human Rights Education Platform to help increase knowledge among Cambodian urban youths on key rights issues in Cambodia. The first module was on land rights:

Success Story: Land Rights Platform Delivers Accessible Educational Tools and Quizzes

Grantee: People In Need Cambodia

Partners: USAID Cambodia, 17 Triggers

Technical Partner: Open Institute

Technology Solution: Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System for maternal & child care messages

This project funded the development of a mobile phone-based Interactive Voice Response (IVR) tool to bring pre-recorded messages about maternal and child care directly to pregnant women and new mothers through curated voice-messages.

Success Story: Scaling Up Mobile Health Services to Expectant and New Mothers in Cambodia