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  • Organisation

    The Solidarity Association of Beer Promotion Women in Cambodia (SABC) gives a voice to Beer Promotion Women to advocate for positive change in their working lives among stakeholders such as the Government, beer companies and policy implementers to promote human rights, health, and dignity of Beer Promotion Women in the public and workplace.

    The organisation represents and works with all of its members and strategic partners to achieve equality, justice, and dignity for Beer Promotion Women through:

    • Building the capacity of the Executive Committee and members to gain knowledge and skills to improve the whole group of Beer Promotion Women.
    • Empowerment of Beer Promotion Women and their partners and families to bring positive change to the social perspective and to improve policies for beer promotion work.
    • Advocating and cooperating with stakeholders to improve the sustainability and livelihoods of Beer Promotion Women in the present and future.

    By 2017, SABC reached 735 Beer Promotion Women with key messages focusing on health, HIV and sexual harassment and gender-based violence. The Organisation also reached 832 Beer Promotion Women through a 3-day life skills session covering gender, gender-based violence, sexual reproductive health, basic workplace rights for women and the impact of excessive alcohol consumption.

    • Organisation

      The Solidarity Association of Beer Promotion Women in Cambodia (SABC) gives a voice to Beer Promotion Women to advocate for positive change in their working lives among stakeholders such as the Government, beer companies and policy implementers to promote human rights, health, and dignity of Beer Promotion Women in the public and workplace.

      The organisation represents and works with all of its members and strategic partners to achieve equality, justice, and dignity for Beer Promotion Women through:

      • Building the capacity of the Executive Committee and members to gain knowledge and skills to improve the whole group of Beer Promotion Women.
      • Empowerment of Beer Promotion Women and their partners and families to bring positive change to the social perspective and to improve policies for beer promotion work.
      • Advocating and cooperating with stakeholders to improve the sustainability and livelihoods of Beer Promotion Women in the present and future.

      By 2017, SABC reached 735 Beer Promotion Women with key messages focusing on health, HIV and sexual harassment and gender-based violence. The Organisation also reached 832 Beer Promotion Women through a 3-day life skills session covering gender, gender-based violence, sexual reproductive health, basic workplace rights for women and the impact of excessive alcohol consumption.

    • Project

      My Voice, My Dignity project empowers women working in the hospitality, tourism and entertainment sector by building their confidence, skills, and knowledge so they can claim their rights to a safe workplace environment free from sexual harassment. The project design empowers Beer promotion women to advocate for positive change in their working lives among stakeholders such as governments, beer companies, and policy implementers.

      Peer education sessions are one of the main activities done to raise awareness on gender-based violence, sexual harassment and worker’s rights for their 400 new members to access information necessary for advocating for intervention support from stakeholders. This promotes the engagement of the private sector in preventing and responding to sexual harassment in the workplace.

      The project also strengthens the capacity of the executive committee of the Solidarity Association of Beer Promotion Women in Cambodia (SABC) and peer leaders so that the organisation can continue to grow, increase their networks and gain a stronger advocacy position. The project is being implemented in Phnom Penh where the majority of female entertainment worker is based.

  • Project

    My Voice, My Dignity project empowers women working in the hospitality, tourism and entertainment sector by building their confidence, skills, and knowledge so they can claim their rights to a safe workplace environment free from sexual harassment. The project design empowers Beer promotion women to advocate for positive change in their working lives among stakeholders such as governments, beer companies, and policy implementers.

    Peer education sessions are one of the main activities done to raise awareness on gender-based violence, sexual harassment and worker’s rights for their 400 new members to access information necessary for advocating for intervention support from stakeholders. This promotes the engagement of the private sector in preventing and responding to sexual harassment in the workplace.

    The project also strengthens the capacity of the executive committee of the Solidarity Association of Beer Promotion Women in Cambodia (SABC) and peer leaders so that the organisation can continue to grow, increase their networks and gain a stronger advocacy position. The project is being implemented in Phnom Penh where the majority of female entertainment worker is based.

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