The training helped vulnerable families to improve their business knowledge and practical skills in their daily life. The participants, including women from Angsoul District, took part in discussion and group work. Expert facilitation helped the participants get the most out of the training, which focused on business planning, basic cost calculation and analysis, family financial planning, techniques in chicken raising, food processing, and additionally water sanitation and HIV/AIDS care and prevention.
Chabpdeum Chivet Themey is one of HFH Cambodia projects in urban Phnom Penh and Kandal province. Through partnership with Maryknoll and donors such as Towerbrook and HFH Great Britain, HFH Cambodia is able to support people affected by HIV/AIDS, including orphans. The project is an example of HFH Cambodia’s holistic approach integrating housing with HIV/AIDS programs.
Habitat for Humanity Cambodia has assisted over 1,000 most vulnerable families through the overall program.