Inspiring Cambodians to turn waste into money
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Rithy dreamed of becoming an engineer, but life took him on a different path to study Khmer literature. He built a career in the academic...
Self-reflection as a means to grow
Chelsea Campbell co-founded CambAha, a social enterprise that builds trust in local and sustainable products to positively impact...
From "I" to "We": which is the best silent movie on servant leadership? Vote now!
Are you the hero of your own journey? Or are you a servant-leader who empowers others? We asked BOOKBRIDGE community heroes to submit...
Building trust in local Cambodian products
Saloth is an entrepreneur at heart. Growing up, and throughout her career, she became aware of the lack of opportunities available to...
How one question changed everything
Learning from the locals - this is Roman's mantra. Having been involved in different roles in relation to education, teamwork and...
"I want to turn my school into a community learning hub"
Turning a school into a community hub where all ages can learn and grow - this is Kimsorn's vision for his social business.
Better farming, fairer prices, stronger communities
Growing local, pesticide-free products and selling them at fair prices directly to customers in the city - this is Saren's vision.
"I started to live my dream: teaching young people"
Sreydieb is our youngest Community Heroes. She started as assistant librarian and teacher and later became manager of the learning center.
Understanding privilege as an opportunity
Olivier joined a Capability Program in Cambodia 6 years ago. After coming back, he founded his own social enterprise.
"I consume less and learnt to make an impact on others."
Inés has been part of our journey. From founder to program participant to fellow she has accompanied us since 2005.
"My school became financially self-sustained."
Ravy Vang runs a school in rural Cambodia. He managed to make his school independent of donations and financially sustainable.
"The program made me discover purpose in my daily work."
Ursi participated in our Capability Program to Cambodia and learnt what lean management means in practice.
“I started as a boss and ended as a partner”
Raphael participated in our Capability Program and discovered trust as a way to lead his team instead of managing them by control.
"Just do it. Don´t overthink things so much."
Eleanor took part in our 9th Capability Program. Learn more about the impact the program has had on her.
Service Learning at its best!
Become a BOOKBRIDGE Fellow and take our social enterprises in Mongolia, Cambodia and Sri Lanka to the next level. Who are you? Are you...
I believe in the power of education
Inés Vicente-Barbero is educationalist and social worker. She decided to join BOOKBRIDGE as Fellow.
The Education System in Cambodia
Sokhan Khut, Country Manager for Cambodia at BOOKBRIDGE, gives a short introduction to the Cambodian Education System.
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