Announcement: Trip to Kompong Speu

Dear all,

Youth Network for Change (YNC), a voluntary youth network, would like to invite you to join our trip to Kompong Speu province to distribute the study material to orphans and to engage them to dialogs, so that they experience social discussion and involvement.

Community Event
When: Monday, 29 Oct 2007
Where: Orphan Care and Training Center, Phum I, Khum Treng Trayeung, Srok Phnom Srouch, Kompong Speu province. We will proceed our trip to Kirirom Resort for Lunch.
Who: YNC team and interested participants.
Sponsor: Fund raising.

I would be appreciate for your kind contributions either financial, material, and spiritual support to make this event possible. Please feel free to contact me or my team for furthered detail of our work. I also provide you the background of our team.

Bests Regards,

Sopheap Chak
Public Relation Officer,
Tel: 855-011 943 213
Youth Network for Change (YNC)

Background of Youth Network for Change (YNC):

The Youth Network for Change was established in 2006 to counteract these trends by facilitating dynamic social development in Cambodia?s poorest regions. Through outreach programs, cultural exchanges, and educational initiatives, we hope to lift rural Cambodian youth out of poverty and into sustainable careers.
We envision a Cambodian society fueled by knowledge and compassion, wherein all Cambodians have access to life-enhancing opportunities.
In working closely with rural communities, we equip disadvantaged Cambodian children with the practical knowledge, skills, and goals to make empowering life decisions.
? To foster educational outreach by procuring study materials to underprivileged youths, and by educating them in the prominent social and ethical issues of our time.
? To strengthen communication between teenagers, young children, and their communities.
? To encourage young people to reflect on their ability to facilitate positive social change.
Community Event brings students from various universities to distribute study materials to rural children, to educate them the social matters, and to guide them in envisioning their future. This also aims to help urban university youth understand agrarian livelihoods, to contribute to the educational needs of rural students, and to engage in cultural exchange.
Normally, there are around 30-50 youths from various universities attending the programs. Youth Network for Change utilizes a discussion model during events in which university students disseminate in groups educational, cultural and social issues.
The Network has conducted seven events in Kompong Speu, Koh Kong, Takeo, Prey Veng, and Ratanakirri.


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