The purpose of this prize, which is awarded for the first time to an initiative developed by a Cambodian, is to highlight social entrepreneurship as a key element to address social and ecological problems in an innovative, sustainable and effective way and to identify young social entrepreneurs of the next generation who develop highly innovative and sustaiable approaches.
TC co-organize humanitarian party in partnership with Arunoatey Art et Culture and Ecoles d’Asie Associations for a school construction in Takeo province in Cambodia. Join us on the at cultural center of CHELLES, place des Martyrs de Châteaubriant 77500 CHELLES, tel: 0615816419.
We start our new project titled: Subsidy project at Terre Plurielle Fondation of Bouygues Construction in France.
- TC is officially headquatered at 25 rue Paul Valery 77600 Bussy Saint Georges, France
- We are preparing to register TC in the Seine-et-Marne prefecture, France
- TC Action Day (secondhand goods sale) in Auvergne in France leaded by Miss Albane ROBILLON
2 news pump wells that people in Veal Pong commune received from TechnoCharity. We would like to thank to M. Vong Hun and Ms. Tes Nun who gladly gave their own piece of land of 9m3 for the construction of these two pump well. The two pump wells are now for public use in the village. We would like to also thank to the active TechnoCharity members and friends who sacrificed their time and efforts for the construction site visit and follow-up.
We are now on Radio France International. Please refer to this link to read the article and listen to the interview on our charity.
The news about our charity project has finally reached the media. We have been contacted by CambodgeSoir – the french local newspaper. With our enthusiasm and our committent to help Cambodian people, they want to write an article about us. To help them better understand our charity group, we agreed to visit the commune where we launched our first project.
Just before the Khmer New Year, 6 members (Mr. Kien Sokhen, Mr. Sem Samnang, Mr. Yim Sakal, Mr. Plong Thangrak, Mr. Vorng Nimeth and Mr. Yoeun Kunthearak) of our technical team went to the site with a journalist from CambodgeSoir. We visited the places where our water wells were donated. The journalist interviewed our technical team members as well as the village chief on different aspects of our projects and their impacts on the lives of people in the commune.
We also visited the Friend Helps Friend club where we did our education project. There, we handed over to them some donations from the Cambodian Student Association of Japan. The materials consist of 168 of notebooks (160 pages), 332 pencils, 6 rubber erasers, 8 rulers and 1 phoukol. Mr. Sem Samnang of our technical team also brought a pack of water sanitation documents for them.