Cambodia ICT Camp
Cambodia ICT Camp 2018 is a five-day workshop on open data, innovation, citizenship, and information communication technology. During the camp, national participants will board learn how to securely adapt technologies to tackle social and environmental issues in their communities.
The 2018 Camp especially encourages participants from independent media, civil society organizations, community workers, local government officials, the private sector, university lecturers and students, and startups in Cambodia.
The 2018 camp follows a series of successful Mekong ICT Camps, the most recent in 2017. At that event, a Cambodian ICT Camp was proposed.
To create, expand and sustain a peer-coaching network of trainers and a learning space that establish a national network focusing on open technology and digital rights issues through experts, journalists, researchers and community practitioners for consultation, information exchange and resource sharing.
To document national issues and practices for sharing with technology developers, researchers, trainers,, and digital rights communities by the use of open technologies, open source softwares, and open standards that equip the target audience with robust and reliable network connectivity.
To promote the role of sustainable technological infrastructure that enhances evidence based and effective policy-making decisions with open data for social innovation.