In Cambodia, we are equipping young people for success in the future economy, expanding economic opportunities, and minimizing the negative impact from the Covid-19 crisis. Our focus is on economic inclusion, online safety and security, integrated regional development, and improving public service delivery.
Adapting to the digital environment
NEWS FROM CAMBODIA
The Asia Foundation Hosts Second Ponlok Chomnes National Policy Forum: Strengthening Resilience and Responses to Covid-19 in Cambodia and ASEAN
November 2, 2022
Higher Education Institutions Information and Communications Technology Skills Gap Assessments Report
October 7, 2022
The Asia Foundation Hosts “Ponlok Chomnes Provincial Policy Forum on Local Knowledge Matters: Impact of Covid-19 on Vulnerable Groups in Cambodia”
August 24, 2022
The Asia Foundation’s Ponlok Chomnes Program Hosts the Second Policy Pulse Initiative (PPI) Ministry Focal Points Meeting
With a median age of 25, Cambodians have eagerly adopted the latest mobile and internet technology, but young Cambodian entrepreneurs in the tech industry need support and an enabling environment to bring their ideas to fruition. We’ve built an open co-working space for tech startups in our office in Phnom Penh. So far, we’ve supported four local startups, including a woman-run company, and hosted multiple skill-sharing events for entrepreneurs, students and experts. These programs have already been recognized for their impact. Education start-up WeduShare grew from a three-person team to more than 10 full-time staff, and its revenue allowed the company to rent a dedicated outside office space. Web and mobile developer Codingate won the 2017 Cambodia Rice Bowl Awards for best startup and best founder, and its founder has been featured in Forbes Magazine’s “30 under 30” in Asia: Enterprise Tech.
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