AKC Welcome New Team, Chenda, Ratana, and Joub

To solve the flooding classes and the team reintegration negative side-effect, our school committee has decided to recruit more team to join us. We got overwhelming the interest from our current students and the outsiders with a lot of application. Through the process of our selection criteria from the English ability, commitment and the passion to share their resources. We got three girls to our new and fresh members, they are currently our students from the secondary advanced lead by Mr. Phlom THLOK and most advanced class lead by Mr. Meam BY.

Let’s congrats them and welcome to the world of sharing !

Ratana Phal

Ratana

 

Ratana PHAL, 20 years old, a high school graduate, and currently continue her study at one of the university in Siem Reap. Ratana was born in Banteay Meancheay, but she moved to live Siem Reap, Somrong since she was very young. She got her English ability from the free English school of Angkor Kids Center, and now she is happy to give back, but in hope to have more opportunity to grow.

 

 

 

Joub

Joub

 

Joub HIEN, 16 years old, one of our passionate and active team member, Hak’s sister. Joub studies in grade 11 at the state school. She is the resident of Somrong village with five people in her family. What motivates her to be part of AKC is to gain experiences and to give back.

 

 

Chenda

Chenda

 

This is Chenda LOUERT, studies in grade 11 at the state school. She is the resident of Somrong village with her father working as Tuk Tuk driver, her good housewife mother and other two siblings. Not different from others, what motivates her to be part of AKC is to gain experiences and to give back.

 

 

 

Stay with us and see how they are growing they, just to let you know that they have the right to the their right things.

AKC takes pride celebrating Its International Women’s Day

Samnang train the team on teaching skills

Samnang is training the team on teaching skills

While the world is busy celebrating the international women’s day, 8th March 2016, AKC family too, celebrating our own day through a story of success we have made to our girls at Angkor Kids Center.

Getting back to the beginning history of AKC, we got two time survival by girls, Mrs. Salet NHY, who got the center back from closing after Mr. Samnang Chhon left the village in 2006 for his career development in the city center. And in 2008, Ms. Salet NHY who is our current active volunteer School Director, took over the class, and develop the school moved from one class to several classes, and from a shelter to a proper school.

Without these two important girls there is no Angkor Kids Center, there might be just an English class only.

On the overall, up to now we have more than TEN girls already participating in our programs from all levels, and three of them are freshly recruited to join the team through a strict process (Exam, Testing, and Oral Interview….), girls are doing a better job. This story is not covering the job we have to our students and the communities, which girls are fairly considered to be benefited from the programs.

Without education, and the access to education resources, we really could not find that there is other way to leverage the Gender Parity, especially Women to Men which is the hot topic that the world is talking on the International Women’s Day.

Congratulation girls, you are living in your wonderful world now, we are as general men are with you to make your world even better, fairer!

Get connected to our girls, get in touch with Angkor Kids Center !