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Bee the Change work with women in low-income communities to offer them supplemental income throug
To provide poor parents of marginalized kids with vocational skills-training to produce apparel u
Color Silk ail to empower communities through sustainable development of silk weaving work for ec
as a social business, with its mission oriented to preserving a silk weaving culture that was at
basik 855 grew out of a chance encounter between two entrepreneurs (one American and one Cambodia
Children flourish in school because their moms and big sisters are making 500 sets of school unif
iDE’s stimulates the private sector to create demand for latrines and strengthens the ability of
Plus de 80 % des Cambodgiens vivent sans latrine.
Mais de 80% dos cambojanos não têm latrina; subsídios reprimiram a demanda por banheiros, frearam
Más del 80 % de los camboyanos no tienen letrinas.
Toilet revolootion: Harnessing business to respond to demand for attractive and affordable sanitation in rural Cambodia
Our team works to stimulate the local private sector in Cambodia so that it can respond to the sa
Over 80 % of Cambodians do not have a latrine; well-meaning subsidies have depressed demand for t
Provide employment and career opportunities for the 1% of the world’s population who generally ar
The Friends Global Model: Vocational training restaurants bringing marginalized youth into employment
Friends-International (FI) has for 16 years, implemented projects that support children, youth an
If Ebay and Kiva had a baby, it would be www.ahkun.
Far too many underprivileged young people cannot access higher education and therefore remain tra
"To create a better place to live in and a better place to visit"
Initiative provides housing made from compressed rice straw panels, which are low cost, environme
Working closely with the Forestry Administration, local governments, communities, and NGOs in Cam
women do pay for some of the services we render at price far more cheaper than the entire public
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