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Artisans Angkor’s Partnerships with NGOs

Artisans Angkor’s Partnerships with NGOs

Artisans Angkor has developed three partnerships with NGOs in the year 2012. By doing this, our company aims at building strong relationships with organisations sharing common goals such as alleviating poverty through education.

Internship of four students from PSE at Artisans Angkor

Pour un Sourire d'enfant - Partnership with NGO in CambodiaFour students from the NGO called “Pour un Sourire d’Enfant” (PSE), which supports disadvantaged youth by providing them education and vocational training, came to work at Artisans Angkor as interns for three months in order to gain valuable work experience through traineeship in the Human Resources, Marketing, Sales and Communications departments.

This partnership with PSE started four years ago and since then we have been delighted to welcome young motivated and enthusiastic students. Our four trainees in 2012 successfully achieved their internship in our company and we hope that this experience as well as the education they receive at PSE will bring them the best in their professional and personal lives.

 

Donation of school uniforms to Sala Bai

Salabai partnershipOn October 9th, 2012, 60 silk scarves and 148 new uniforms were tailored by Artisans Angkor for the students of Sala Baï, which is a Hotel & RestaurantSchool founded in 2002 by the NGO “Agir pour le Cambodge.” This NGO provides free training to young and underprivileged Cambodians in the hospitality industry. It was a great pleasure to support their project as, since their creation, they have trained more than 900 young people who found employment within three months after the end of their apprenticeship.

Partnership with Paul Dubrule School

Partnership with NGOs in CambodiaArtisans Angkor was also delighted to build the front wall of “L’Ecole Paul Dubrule”, a hospitality and tourism training school” in Siem Reap and to provide them with majestic pieces such as a sandstone totem and a stone head of the famous Khmer King Jayavarman VII.
Paul Dubrule School aims at exercising its students for dynamic careers in the hospitality industry by providing them with an appropriate curriculum adapted to international standards. Cambodian employees already assume key managerial and instructional positions within the school: 90% of their team is Khmer.
Artisans Angkor is proud to develop collaborations with Non-Governmental Organisations which create synergy contributing to sustainable development and poverty reduction in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

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