Community Based Eco Tourism
Community-based ecotourism in Chi Phat and Trapeang Rung communes aims to support protection of the natural and cultural resources of the area and create job and income opportunities for villagers through the development of community-based ecotourism products and activities, providing training and alternative livelihoods to hunters, loggers, and non-timber forest products (NTFP) collectors, as well as improving commune infrastructure and public facilities.
For many Cambodian families, rice provides the primary means of making a living and the main staple of every meal. Since 1999, Oxfam America has been improving the lives of small farmers in East Asia by increasing their rice yields and mobilizing community savings groups. With these programs, Oxfam America is empowering...
Sovanna Phum (Golden era) is an independent Khmer art association in Phnom Penh. Started in 1994, the association was created in order to give Khmer artists the opportunity to perform their art and to make a living. The aims are to revive, preserve and promote the treasures of Khmer culture to local and international audiences.
Since 1997, on request from partners (International Organization, NGO, Government...) Sovanna Phum has been designing, implementing and playing information, awareness, prevention and education exhibition on specific subjects (health, education, AIDS, environment, human rights).
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PSE started in 1995, on the day we saw children eating in the filth of the dump-site in Stung Meanchey in Phnom-Penh in Cambodia. It was appalling. Having seen that, it was not possible to continue to live normally. Something had to be done.