for out-of-school children
Following the announcement by The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of International Development and Minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada, ADRA Cambodia is pleased to be partnering with ADRA Canada to ensure that some of the most vulnerable people, especially women and girls, in Cambodia, Kenya, the Philippines, and Uganda can exercise their health-related human rights.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Cambodia is implementing the Sustainable PRODUCE to MARKET VALUE CHAIN ENHANCEMENT PROJECT (Pro-Market) (2019 to 2023) in multiple Districts of the Pursat Province with funding from the New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, ADRA New Zealand and ADRA Australia. The project focuses on building the capacity of Agricultural Cooperatives, associations and/or informal Producer Groups (PGs) to be increasingly valued and trusted by value chain actors and their members to negotiate collective marketing opportunities, and improve technology and supply inputs for their members. ADRA is seeking a Consultant/Team to carry out a Project Midterm Evaluation beginning by November 15th 2021. Consulting Services will include, but are not limited to the following tasks.
This program helped Phirum’s to improve and impacted his life. He has learned a lot of things from JBH. The spirit of confidence and building communication was really useful for him nowadays. He was thankful to CCF and JBH for creating this event for youths. He will use what he has learned from this program to lead our new generation and improve his community and country.
As one of the active producers in community, her name is Ly Kosal who is 32 years old living in Ou Romchech village, Trapang Chorng commune, Bakan districut. She married with Mr. Yun Kosal, have 3 children included 5 months pregnant. Their current job is farmer major as vegetable producer and her husband is construction worker which is addition job after have done farming.
When I participated in activities there at Jombok Hoas, I was very happy. Some activities were a bit scary such as the Giant Swing, the Monkey Swing, etc. Among those activities, I was interested in the Magic Nails. After the facilitator explained about the Magic Nails, I thought that no one could do it. In contrast, after seeing one boy do it, I realized that I was wrong! So, we can do everything through our struggle, commitment, and patience.
All of the above make her confident, able to speak in public and solve problems with people around her. During the training some participants cried, some were scared of heights, and others had fun. However, they all had good memories and wish to visit there again to get more training if there is an opportunity.