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Cambodian Handicraft Association for Landmine and Polio Disabled (CHA)

Date : 2010-02-15 02:12:46

DescriptionTo provide technical and support to a select group of graduates with proven capabilities, enabling them to use the skills they learned at Skill Training Programs more effectively. To build upon the marketing potential through the use of the Internet and by emphasizing high quality and a better understanding of the requirements of foreign buyers/customers. To provide the producers who spend time in these shops/programs with a positive and profitable work experience, one which both hones their skills and gives them options for their future. To teach the workers enough businesses and basic Tailoring/Weaving skills to help them become employable in businesses and organization in the urban centers of Cambodia. To build the confidence and self-esteem of these young Cambodians through a positive and challenging study environment, using their basic skills, which have been trained and practiced at CHA Project. To provide the workers with the mean to integrate more fully into society and dissipate the myth that the "disabled" are unable. To participate in landmine awareness and the campaign to Ban Landmine. To satisfy sources of income generation for disabled graduate better through skilled employment and business opportuntiy. To satify the basic needs of disabled graduates and their families better through long term benefits from skill training workshops, income generation and job placement programmes

Street AddressHouse # 40, 160 St., Sangkat Teak Laok II, Khan Tuol Kok

CityPhnom Penh


Name of InstitutionCambodian Handicraft Association for Landmine and Polio Disabled (CHA)

Phone(855 23) 881 720, (855 12) 913


Fax(855 23) 881 720

Type of ActivitySupport Institution


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