Ratana Sopha is an expert at using online platforms as a tool for HIV prevention and education. He began by giving an overview of the history of HIV prevention efforts in Cambodia. The history can be presented in the three temporal phases, Read More
Veourn Leakhena is the General Manager at Sunrise Institute and is dedicated to training the next generation of IT experts. Today we have had the chance to listen to her expertise and advice in her presentation called CyberSecurity 101: Attacks, concepts, and techniques in the Cybersecurity track.
Remark by Mr. Thy Try, Executive Director, Open Development Cambodia (ODC) During the Farewell Party The 1st Cambodia ICT Camp 2018 At Sokha Siem Reap Resort & Convention Center 21 December 2018.
Instead of opening his session with success stories about Cambo, he started with a story that speaks to all entrepreneurs. He told the story of his first failed startup. By sharing an analysis of the business’s failure, he was able to show participants exactly how crucial his advice is for beginning a successful start-up. His lecture was comprehensive, beginning from the foundations for a successful idea to its execution.
Open Development Cambodia is pleased to host the Cambodia ICT Camp 2018. Cambodia ICT Camp 2018 is a five-day event built around the main themes of Open Source for Good, Social Innovation, Open Data for Sustainable Development, and Cybersecurity.
Opening Speech by MR. MOK Khemera, Director of Department of e-Government of Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications During the Opening Ceremony The 1st Cambodia ICT Camp 2018 At Sokha Siem Reap Resort & Convention Center 17 December 2018 Read More
Remarks by Mr. Thy Try, Executive Director, Open Development Cambodia (ODC) During the Opening Ceremony The 1st Cambodia ICT Camp 2018 At Sokha Siem Reap Resort & Convention Center 17 December 2018 Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Read More
As we are approaching Cambodia ICT Camp 2018, we reflect on last year’s Mekong region wide camp. In 2017, five projects were selected from the Lower Mekong Region to receive funding from the Mekong ICT Camp called ‘Seed Grant Innovation Funds’. Among the winners were educational programs from Laos and Myanmar, a nature education program in Thailand, a school electrification project in Vietnam, and a revolutionized lost and found system in Cambodia.
Cambodia’s first-ever computing camp, the five-day Cambodia ICT Camp, will be held in Siem Reap next week. At Open Development Cambodia, we are excited to facilitate knowledge sharing on the important topics of cyber security, open-source software, social innovation and the benefits of open data.
The Mekong ICT Camp is a biennial regional week-long workshop promoting skill building and experience sharing in the field of ICT and new media for independent media, community health, and civil society organizations. Mekong ICT Camp was first organized in Thailand by Read More