Abilities and Employment


Deun at his business Mok Krem 

 

In 2012 arrangements for vocational training for 21 young people, including 9 girls, were made. Additionally, 5 students followed a course in animal husbandry at Kampot. Apprenticeships were found for 6 trainees and 5 young women were helped to establish their own businesses. Furthermore, a business management course was arranged for 31 young people at Villa Maria.

Identifying and securing appropriate employment for young adults with physical disabilities continues to be among our major challenges.

In 2014, we expect to complete our very first employment database with an aim of collecting our students’ personal information, skills attained and personal interests. We expect that this database can help us better match the potential employers with our students in an effective way.

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