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  • Organisation

    Phare Ponleu Selpak Association provides mentorship to young people from the local community through arts education for future employment opportunities. The Organisation focuses on the arts and culture industry through its four main schools and programmes: Education, Performing Arts Schools, Visual and Applied Arts School, and Social Support. The Education department consists of two education programmes: formal education known as community Kindergarten and informal education that has three sub-programmes namely child development centre, library and tutoring.

    The Performing Arts School offers performing arts education to students and community children between 7 and 18 years-old with specific focus on children from disadvantaged backgrounds. The Visual and Applied Arts School provides artistic vocational training in three levels; Leisure, Preparatory and Professional. This training involves use of graphic designs, animation, and visual arts. The Social Support Department improves the living standards of local children and their families. The department works through its two main programmes Child Protection Programme and Sponsorship Programme.

    • Organisation

      Phare Ponleu Selpak Association provides mentorship to young people from the local community through arts education for future employment opportunities. The Organisation focuses on the arts and culture industry through its four main schools and programmes: Education, Performing Arts Schools, Visual and Applied Arts School, and Social Support. The Education department consists of two education programmes: formal education known as community Kindergarten and informal education that has three sub-programmes namely child development centre, library and tutoring.

      The Performing Arts School offers performing arts education to students and community children between 7 and 18 years-old with specific focus on children from disadvantaged backgrounds. The Visual and Applied Arts School provides artistic vocational training in three levels; Leisure, Preparatory and Professional. This training involves use of graphic designs, animation, and visual arts. The Social Support Department improves the living standards of local children and their families. The department works through its two main programmes Child Protection Programme and Sponsorship Programme.

    • Project

      Giving Voice through Art project uses art as an innovative tool to enhance awareness of the challenges faced by elderly disabled women, expanding access to opportunities, and education as well as increasing capacity for advocacy throughout Battambang province. This project creates change in the behavior of the community through strengthening inter-generational linkages between the younger generation and elderly disabled women. It enhances the participation of elderly disabled women in promoting awareness on issues of disrespect, abuse, neglect, decreased confidence, and lack of health care.

      The project increases lobbying and advocacy capacity for elderly disabled women to participate in the implementation of the National Ageing Policy while promoting economic empowerment for elderly disabled women. Elderly and young artists are grouped together to create artwork and performances expressing their issues of disrespect, abuse, neglect, decreased confidence and lack of health care services. These artwork and performances created by the elderly disabled women are put in exhibitions resulting in generating community awareness on the issues they face.

  • Project

    Giving Voice through Art project uses art as an innovative tool to enhance awareness of the challenges faced by elderly disabled women, expanding access to opportunities, and education as well as increasing capacity for advocacy throughout Battambang province. This project creates change in the behavior of the community through strengthening inter-generational linkages between the younger generation and elderly disabled women. It enhances the participation of elderly disabled women in promoting awareness on issues of disrespect, abuse, neglect, decreased confidence, and lack of health care.

    The project increases lobbying and advocacy capacity for elderly disabled women to participate in the implementation of the National Ageing Policy while promoting economic empowerment for elderly disabled women. Elderly and young artists are grouped together to create artwork and performances expressing their issues of disrespect, abuse, neglect, decreased confidence and lack of health care services. These artwork and performances created by the elderly disabled women are put in exhibitions resulting in generating community awareness on the issues they face.

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