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  • Organisation

    Huam Jai Asasamak (HJA) is a non-profit association in Laos connecting youth women and ethnic minorities. HJA is a bridge connecting rural and local youth to volunteer action, workplace training and leadership development. HJA currently facilitates 3 different programs, being Volunteer Internship Programme, Volunteer Peer Educator Programme, and the Alumni Programme.

    Phan-Thin Social Enterprise is a non-profit organisation. Phan-Thin provides training for Youth and communities on soft skills that include: Leadership, Community development, Media and Information Literacy(MIL) and Finance and Organisational development.

    HJA and Phan-Thin have been recognized by the Civil Society Organisation as capacity development providers. Both organisations aim to use their blended experiences and learning tools to support, contribute, scale-up and exchange the learning of the community, thus they are working as a consortium as the Linking and Learning facilitator in Laos from 2021-2024.

    • Organisation

      Huam Jai Asasamak (HJA) is a non-profit association in Laos connecting youth women and ethnic minorities. HJA is a bridge connecting rural and local youth to volunteer action, workplace training and leadership development. HJA currently facilitates 3 different programs, being Volunteer Internship Programme, Volunteer Peer Educator Programme, and the Alumni Programme.

      Phan-Thin Social Enterprise is a non-profit organisation. Phan-Thin provides training for Youth and communities on soft skills that include: Leadership, Community development, Media and Information Literacy(MIL) and Finance and Organisational development.

      HJA and Phan-Thin have been recognized by the Civil Society Organisation as capacity development providers. Both organisations aim to use their blended experiences and learning tools to support, contribute, scale-up and exchange the learning of the community, thus they are working as a consortium as the Linking and Learning facilitator in Laos from 2021-2024.

    • Project

      HJA and Phan-Thin believe that inclusive engagement and development is a core value for sustainable development where they create the wellbeing, equality, and justice for all people. Along with the experiences,  they have developed learning tools that are adapted according to the Lao context.

      • Some Tools that HJA and Phan-Thin use to support Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to transition the knowledge to practice and apply it to their work and life are coaching, mentoring and facilitation. HJA and Phan-Thin have experience in supporting Lao Civil Society Organisations on several projects, different thematic areas and a diversity of rightsholders including women groups, youth, persons with disabilities (PwD) and ethnic minority groups. HJA and Phan-Thin have capacity strengthening experts who cumulatively have more than 20-years of experience and staff with formidable knowledge supporting Lao CSOs using different platforms/ways.
      •  HJA and Phan-Thin add value by enabling a learning atmosphere, use practical methods and proper tools to enhance the self-development of rightsholders. The entire capacity strengthening approach is tailored to fit the specific needs of the organisation and precisely select the most appropriate tools to support the learning of rightsholders. Both organisations are flexible in learning and facilitation by using blended tools such as mentoring and coaching to maximise the learning of rightsholders. HJA and Phan-Thin embrace all the results from the learning and support rightsholders to move forward with confidence through the identification of reachable goals.
      • HJA and Phan-Thin are experts in networking people to participate in development via facilitation and sharing of information between organisations and thereby encourage co-operation and collaboration among Lao CSOs within the existing network. The organisations also bring experience in the use of media to advocate for people in specific areas, systematic result-gathering and present them in an impressive way. Lastly, HJA and Phan-Thin will work to produce publications in several formats to reach a wider rightsholders groups.
  • Project

    HJA and Phan-Thin believe that inclusive engagement and development is a core value for sustainable development where they create the wellbeing, equality, and justice for all people. Along with the experiences,  they have developed learning tools that are adapted according to the Lao context.

    • Some Tools that HJA and Phan-Thin use to support Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to transition the knowledge to practice and apply it to their work and life are coaching, mentoring and facilitation. HJA and Phan-Thin have experience in supporting Lao Civil Society Organisations on several projects, different thematic areas and a diversity of rightsholders including women groups, youth, persons with disabilities (PwD) and ethnic minority groups. HJA and Phan-Thin have capacity strengthening experts who cumulatively have more than 20-years of experience and staff with formidable knowledge supporting Lao CSOs using different platforms/ways.
    •  HJA and Phan-Thin add value by enabling a learning atmosphere, use practical methods and proper tools to enhance the self-development of rightsholders. The entire capacity strengthening approach is tailored to fit the specific needs of the organisation and precisely select the most appropriate tools to support the learning of rightsholders. Both organisations are flexible in learning and facilitation by using blended tools such as mentoring and coaching to maximise the learning of rightsholders. HJA and Phan-Thin embrace all the results from the learning and support rightsholders to move forward with confidence through the identification of reachable goals.
    • HJA and Phan-Thin are experts in networking people to participate in development via facilitation and sharing of information between organisations and thereby encourage co-operation and collaboration among Lao CSOs within the existing network. The organisations also bring experience in the use of media to advocate for people in specific areas, systematic result-gathering and present them in an impressive way. Lastly, HJA and Phan-Thin will work to produce publications in several formats to reach a wider rightsholders groups.

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