New Phase of the Youth Career Counselling Application: "Trey Visay"
Under the ADB grant, MoEYS has selected Kawsang to upgrade Trey Visay with the objective of increasing the number of secondary school students in 25 cities/provinces who receive career guidance and counseling via Trey Visay to at least 200,000.
Shrinking the urban-rural education gap by using computer programming
The education gap between urban and rural populations results in a lack of equal opportunities and widens the economic gap between urban and rural people. With recent improvements in infrastructure in rural Cambodia, an opportunity has emerged to implement ICT education programs in the rural areas to bridge this education gap.
Mobile application for reproductive health education for youth
The project aims to increase youth access to Sexual Reproductive Health information and services (SRHR), Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), Gender, and Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) through an Adolescent and Youth Friendly Mobile App.
Digital Scorecard Adaptation for Strengthening the Voice of Women Garment Workers (SVW)
The project facilitated the use of a mobile and computer-based monitoring tool (digital scorecard) that enables women workers to voice their assessment of services and working conditions provided by factory management.
Cambodia National Health Hotline -115
In 2016, in Cambodia, a free national hotline was redesigned for the public to report health threats directly to national health authorities. The hotline played a very important role in responding to COVID-19 in Cambodia. It was awarded as the winner of the WHO Western Pacific Innovation Challenge in 2022. By April 2023, the hotline has received over 3.4 million calls/reports.