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Destination Justice team facilitates workshops for students at Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear

Destination Justice team facilitates workshops for students at Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear

Destination Justice were warmly welcomed by staff and students at Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear (CSUK) on the 23rd and 24th of November to deliver a series of practical workshops. Each workshop aimed to be interactive and hands on and we were glad to see the students approaching the workshops with lots of enthusiasm and positive attitude, resulting in a very successful and rewarding experience for all involved.

The first day was at Kampong Cham campus and the second at Kamchaymear, the main campus in Prey Veng province.  Students registered for two of four workshops offered including Professional Writing, CV Writing & Job Hunting, Public Speaking & Advocacy and Using technology effectively.

About Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear (CSUK)

CSUK’s mission is to provide education to rural youth who would not otherwise have access to a university education.  CSUK is a government higher education institution administered by the Ministry of Education of the Royal Government of Cambodia.  The University seeks to train a new generation of leaders and with the support of both Khmer and foreign specialists has built a curriculum that is relevant and adaptable to Cambodia’s needs.  There are two faculties; the Faculty of Management and the Faculty of Agriculture and a Master program for Agriculture and Management.

This collaboration with Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear was organised by our LEAP team with special thanks to Benjamin Willis who coordinates the Volunteer Program on behalf of CSUK.

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Photographs: Rudi Towiro (Rudi Towiro Photography)

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Catherine is a development practitioner specialising in international law, human rights research, advocacy and education. She is particularly interested in gender and development, food security and sustainable development.