Despite being one of the fast-growing economies in the world, with an average growth of 7.7% between 1995 and 2018, finding jobs is still a struggle for university graduates in Cambodia.
Industry 4.0 Technology has been growing at rocket speed over the last few years and the discussion of industry 4.0 in ASEAM has become a hot topic.
Human-centered design sits at the heart of our practice. There were numerous meetings conducted with farmers during the early stages of the project and throughout the design and prototype solution process.
With the country’s harrowing past, it was inevitable that a significant proportion of the Cambodian Population would be afflicted with a variety of mental health illnesses, most commonly depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Over the past fifteen years, Cambodia has been catching up with the global and regional trends of rapid expansion of higher education, but its specific socio-historical has endangered particular life course and societal implications.
As Cambodia’s economy grows, so does its population, and
as a result, urbanization occurs. Rural residents, often of a
younger demographic, move to Phnom Penh in search of
work, and over the last decade, the city’s population has
According to an assessment conducted by Education Quality Assurance Department (EQAD) Department of the MOEYS in December 2015, Cambodian children are struggling to write and dictate their native language.
An automated hotline providing Cambodian women with access to information on maternal health and family planning.
A health reminder based on regular and targeted voice messaging.
An innovative mobile intervention using voice messages to support post-abortion counselling.