With more people travelling to Cambodia to volunteer, we want to teach more of a lesser known phenomenon. Cambodian volunteers are working everyday towards the development of their communities. Here are the five things you probably didn't know! First and foremost, Cambodia is one of the most youthful countries in the region. With more than half … Continue reading 5 things you need to know about volunteering in Cambodia
UN Volunteers in Cambodia are now looking for dedicated candidate to work in UNICEF in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) team! What skills and experience should you have to succeed? Continue reading: The successful candidat should have following: Degree in water and/or sanitation related engineering/environmental science: for example: Engineer’s Degree in Environmental Engineering; Engineer's Degree … Continue reading UNV is hiring – dedicated volunteer to work in UNICEF WASH team needed!
Cambodian Youth Action (CYA) is organizing a workcamp to raise awareness about environment protection and climate change that will take place in five different provinces from 23rd of May until 5th of June. For more information about the workcamp contact CYA through phone 010 883 353/ 017 883 351 or email email@example.com
Phnom Penh Model United Nations (PP MUN) 2015 “Global Transformation: The Sustainable Development Goals” Call for Applications The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme, in partnership with the Department of International Studies (DIS) of the Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL) at Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) is organizing a Model United Nations conference on 21th … Continue reading Phnom Penh Model United Nations 2015 – call for applications
Do you want to make a real difference in some of Cambodia’s poorest communities? Now is your chance to become part of VSO’s worldwide volunteering experience International Citizen Service (ICS). In Cambodia, ICS runs projects in the north-eastern part of the country. Together with 12 other young Cambodians, you will spend three months working alongside … Continue reading Volunteer opportunity to work in some of Cambodia’s poorest communities
A French NGO « Toutes à l’Ecole » http://www.toutes-a-l-ecole.org/ is looking for native English speaking volunteers to teach additional English classes through activities such as singing, theater, games, debate, etc. on every Saturday morning for Grade 8 students at Happy Chandara school. For more information about the volunteer position, please contact Charlotte Goffaux via firstname.lastname@example.org
VSO Cambodia are seeking youth, 18-29 years old, to be part of our cross-cultural youth volunteer programmeDo you want to make a real difference in some of Cambodia’s poorest communities? Now is your chance to become part of VSO’s worldwide volunteering experience International Citizen Service (ICS).In Cambodia, ICS runs projects in the north-eastern part of … Continue reading VSO Cambodia Recruitment
VSO is currently seeking youth 18-29 years old to take part in our International Citizen Service (ICS) programme. ICS is a volunteering experience for young people who want to make a real difference in some of the world’s poorest communities. In Cambodia, ICS run projects in the North-eastern part of the country. Twelve Cambodian youth … Continue reading CHALLENGE YOURSELF TO CHANGE YOUR WORLD!
No matter if from the city, from the province or indigenous, healthy or disabled, straight, gay or transgender, all groups of youth in Cambodia are striving to have their voice heard and contribute to their society. By his continuous work, Morn Moeun, National UN Volunteer and Youth Focal Person of UNDP, contributed a great deal … Continue reading Creating positive youth role-models
„Volunteerism is a two way street. Even as volunteers help generate positive change for others, their own lives are often transformed by the act of volunteering itself,“ said UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon in his message on the occasion of International Volunteer Day. On 5th of December, the volunteer community in Cambodia … Continue reading Celebrating volunteer role models