KhmerTalks is proudly supported by Zaman University. As our pioneer sponsor, Zaman is not only offer to sponsor venue which included ZAMAN University Conference Hall, Meeting room, Canteen, Free space area, but also offer to sponsor Two Coffee breaks (Coffee, Tea, Hot Water), build in sound system, lighting.
At InSTEDD we envision a world where communities everywhere design and use technology for social good. Created from a TED prize in 2006 in California’s Silicon Valley with seed funding from Google.org and the Rockefeller Foundation, InSTEDD has been working around the world to implement this vision, including the launch of innovation laboratories or “iLabs” in Southeast Asia and Latin America, which are fostering collaborative engineering practices and regional entrepreneurial innovation. InSTEDD has a unique niche – we design and use open source technology tools to help partners enhance collaboration and improve information flow and knowledge sharing to better deliver critical services to vulnerable populations. With long term sustainability in mind, we help to build local capacity to solve critical health, safety and development problems. We have worked all over the world on projects as far ranging as pioneering efforts to integrate disease surveillance and response systems in Southeast Asia to implementation of a nationwide communications system to aid victims of the Haiti earthquake in 2010 to advising the UN and the WHO on the strategic implementation of health information systems and collaboration technology ventures. We are a non-profit; our partners include community groups, government agencies, leading universities, private sector companies, and humanitarian organizations.
InSTEDD enthusiastically covered the rest of the 60 per cent of meal cost from Guitar D’amour restaurant.
Quite a charming restaurant, with patios in the garden, 2dining rooms, one being on the first floor, opened on a terrace. This dinning room is large, the tables are spacious with a certain privacy, given the seats. Khmer cuisine, with a large choice of dishes, the most expensive being at $2.40. Romantic song in live. Good time for dinner, pleasant service and low prices. Part of benefits goes to NGO Save the Children – Norway. Guitar d’Amour Restaurant is located at #77, rue 392 BKK I, Tel :016-255-550
Proudly sponsor KhmerTalks’ lunch with many choice of meals with 40 per cent off the price.
Ezecom was founded to serve the rapidly expanding business and home user market in Cambodia. Launched in 2007, Ezecom has since become a leading provider for a wide variety of innovative communication services. Ezecom’s mission is “To be the premium provider of world class telecommunications and data services in Cambodia, whilst achieving a high standard of Corporate Social Responsibility”.
EZECOM will provide its strongest Internet bandwidth to enable KhmerTalks event broadcast itself more widely world wide during the event.
KhmerTalks is part of a movment that arose alongside TEDxPhnomPenh to bring together Cambodian to share ideas, resources, and experiences. First coming to Cambodia in 2010, the great hope of both planning committees is that these 2 events will run concurrently and frequently, bringing together hundreds of people whose commitment to the future of Cambodia, and the open dissemination of great ideas, unites them all.
PEPY invests time and resources in people, because we believe that improving education, providing training, and stimulating ideas builds capacity for people to better solve their own problems. We have been on a journey, quite literally, beginning with our first fundraising cycle trip through Cambodia, which has led us to fully appreciate what a “people-focused” approach to development might look like. Read more … click here
PEPY support KhmerTalks and Khmer Young Entrepreneurs (KYE) community, the engine that bring KhmerTalks become a real event. PEPY was one of the first sponsor who provide domain name for KhmerTalks and free hosting and many other countless generosity support to KYE and KhmerTalks event as whole.
So! Nutritious Co. Ltd, are a social enterprise business, producing good quality nutritional food for Cambodian’s, would like to introduce our product range to you. We are known for our quality So! Soy Milk product range of which we have three fortification levels of milk complete with 11 vitamins & minerals. So! Corn Snack’s are full of nutritional benefit which includes iron, zinc & vitamin C. So! Spirulina helps to protect immune system with 15 vitamins & minerals. This has been dubbed as Natures Super-food, as it has a power packed punch with so much goodness it it for HIV / aids victims, elderly people, hose with stunting, wasting, and malnutrition. It’s also great for everybody fighting those infections that continually attack our body. We are also developing a new product. So! BorBor Plus is being developed for babies between 6 months to 36 months. This will help with baby’s growth and development as it has all the daily nutritional requirements for active developing babies.
So! sponsor KhmerTalks 500 bottles of their soy drink product for break.
The Department of Media and Communication (DMC) was established in 2001, under the Royal University of Phnom Penh, primarily as an academic training ground for journalists and communication practitioners. Since its inception, DMC has received funding from Konrad Adenauer Foundation and technical support from German Development Service (DED), German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD), Ohio University, Mittweida University, University of Hamburg, Ateneo de Manila University, and DW. Throughout the years, DMC has evolved from merely a school for undergraduate course in media and communication into a more dynamic institute in terms of teaching and learning, social issues, and research. We have at the moment a balanced mix of international and local educators, are running Cambodia Communication Institute as a journalism training center, and have regularly been organizing workshops for working professionals in such topics as online blogging, community media, journalism for peace and development, and documentary production.
So, DMC will help all video production processes of the events !!!
The mission of Cambodian Living Arts is to support the revival of Cambodian traditional art forms and to inspire contemporary artistic expression.
CLA envision Cambodia in the year 2020 as a country experiencing a cultural renaissance so dynamic that the arts have become Cambodia’s international signature.
A vibrant practice of Khmer traditional arts will thrive alongside flourishing contemporary arts, both inspired by worldwide collaborations of Khmer people and their friends. Khmer people of all ages around the world will share ownership and pride in their common cultural heritage.
Khmer arts will have become a wellspring of Cambodian strength and resiliency, and a vital source of healing and reconciliation.
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