Staff Posts

Microfinance – Training our Scholarship students

I am Sovann, the Microfinance Program Manager at JWOC, going to write about what is Microfinance at JWOC and its importance. So what is Microfinance? “Microfinance” is the financial services for poor and low-income clients offered by different types of service...

As we reach the halfway mark for 2014 we are able to look back and be proud of our achievements. To keep up to date with everything that has happened so far this year take a look at our newsletter by clicking here. The theme for the newsletter is 'Building for the...

An Inspiring Organization

Sarah, our Education and Volunteer Manager has been with us for 9 months, she talks to us about her experiences with the Free Classes team and how JWOC has inspired her and so many people in our community.During my time as the Education and Volunteer Manager I have...

The Difference a Scholarship Makes…

Vantha has managed our Scholarship Program at JWOC for over four years. Here he talks about the importance of education  in Cambodia and the opportunities that a scholarship can provide...3 JWOC Graduates at our Annual JWOC Graduation Party.  Why is...

Clean Water Program Update

Seng, Our Clean Water Program Manager,  discusses the activities involved in the Clean Water Program; the latest collaboration with Community, Liaison and Assistance Program and the people and communities that are supported through our clean water initiative. I...

The Latest from JWOC Scholarship Program

In this Blog, we hear from Vantha Koun, who is both our Scholarship Program Manager and  the Office Manager. Read more about his role managing the learning opportunities for JWOC scholars. I started working in JWOC in 2009. My roles are Office Manager and...

Free Classes Program

In this blog, we hear from Somit Mat about the Sewing Classes and the graduate livelihood projects.Hello everyone, my name is Somit. I am originally from Kompong Thom province, Siem Reap’s neighboring province on the way to Phnom Penh. I moved to Siem Reap in 2005 to...

Microfinance Programme Activities

In this blog, our Microfinance Programme Manager talks about his daily work, the people he works with and the skills he transfers to make it successful.My name is Sovann Thet. I am not original from Siem Reap. I am from Banteay Meanchey, in the west of Cambodia next...