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  • Organisation

    Impact Hub Phnom Penh (IHPP) registered as a social enterprise company that has been supporting Cambodian entrepreneurs for over 5 years and is considered to be one of the largest active communities of young entrepreneurs in Cambodia, particularly those who are creating a positive impact. Since starting in 2015, they have run 22 entrepreneurship programs, supported 600+ start-ups teams, and raised $250,000+ to give to start-ups as grant funding- who go on to have an 81% survival rate.  The average age of our entrepreneur community is 26, and at present 64% are women. Over 75% of our members put impact first – their businesses are actively contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

    Vision: A more sustainable and innovative Cambodia

    Mission: Empowering youth and start-ups in Cambodia to contribute to solving problems (social and environmental) through entrepreneurship and leadership.

    Impact Goals:

    • Inspire: To unlock the potential of youth by inspiring them to grow, find their passions, and become changemakers
    • Connect: Build a flourishing and well-connected community of impact-driven change-makers and entrepreneurs
    • Enable: More successful social enterprises emerge in Cambodia

    As a platform and organisation that celebrates impactful initiatives, changemakers, and grassroots social innovators, IHPP believes that collaborating with Voice will allow them to bring their award-winning curriculum to marginalised groups to help bring their ideas to life, refine and test them and ensure they have the best chance of success in serving their communities. They have been running innovation boot camps as part of their programmes for years, and therefore have refined curriculum, workshops, mentors, practices that set us up for success in running this aspect of the initiative. On top of that, we have extensive experience in running high-visibility events in pitching style, and also in high-engagement online workshops (if COVID presents any issues). They believe they are likely one of the most capable organisations in Phnom Penh to run this initiative.

    • Organisation

      Impact Hub Phnom Penh (IHPP) registered as a social enterprise company that has been supporting Cambodian entrepreneurs for over 5 years and is considered to be one of the largest active communities of young entrepreneurs in Cambodia, particularly those who are creating a positive impact. Since starting in 2015, they have run 22 entrepreneurship programs, supported 600+ start-ups teams, and raised $250,000+ to give to start-ups as grant funding- who go on to have an 81% survival rate.  The average age of our entrepreneur community is 26, and at present 64% are women. Over 75% of our members put impact first – their businesses are actively contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

      Vision: A more sustainable and innovative Cambodia

      Mission: Empowering youth and start-ups in Cambodia to contribute to solving problems (social and environmental) through entrepreneurship and leadership.

      Impact Goals:

      • Inspire: To unlock the potential of youth by inspiring them to grow, find their passions, and become changemakers
      • Connect: Build a flourishing and well-connected community of impact-driven change-makers and entrepreneurs
      • Enable: More successful social enterprises emerge in Cambodia

      As a platform and organisation that celebrates impactful initiatives, changemakers, and grassroots social innovators, IHPP believes that collaborating with Voice will allow them to bring their award-winning curriculum to marginalised groups to help bring their ideas to life, refine and test them and ensure they have the best chance of success in serving their communities. They have been running innovation boot camps as part of their programmes for years, and therefore have refined curriculum, workshops, mentors, practices that set us up for success in running this aspect of the initiative. On top of that, we have extensive experience in running high-visibility events in pitching style, and also in high-engagement online workshops (if COVID presents any issues). They believe they are likely one of the most capable organisations in Phnom Penh to run this initiative.

    • Project

      Voice collaborated with the Spindle of Partos to launch the Nothing About  Us, Without Us! (NOW-Us!) Awards. The awards recognised inspiring inclusive initiatives from Africa and Asia to promote diversity and inclusion, and to trigger the self-empowerment of rightsholder groups and communities.  The NOW-Us! Awards have been positively and enthusiastically received. In a desire to expand its reach and further amplify inclusive initiatives done at the country-level. Voice is planning to have national NOW-Us! Awards in the countries where Voice is present. The NOW Us Award Organiser project aims to bring together rightsholder voices together and, through an Award, highlight unsung efforts to take us one step closer to a responsive and inclusive society. With this 24 months project duration, IHPP is expected to organise and create a platform to facilitate the launch of the National NOW-Us Awards in Cambodia with key tasks and deliverables expected as below:

      • Work with the Voice country team to launch the call for NOW Us Award and do outreach activities to identify 10 organisations or initiatives from the Voice rightsholder groups in Cambodia who are already implementing amazing inclusive innovations to their empowerment or influencing practice;
      • Organise and facilitate a participatory 5-day inclusive innovation Bootcamp for the 10 organizations or movements to reflect, refine, and ideate the next steps for their initiative;
      • Organise the award ceremony, preferably as a component of a larger event or celebration where different civil society members and stakeholders gather;
      • Support and mentor the 1st place winners in their inclusion innovation journey, including their participation in the Innovation Festival in the Netherlands as well as exposure visit in the region;
      • Support and mentor the 3 Award winners to embark on a personal development coaching series focused on self-betterness, self-improvement, and self-confidence. Furthermore, support each winner to share their story on a NOW-US Award podcast and feature in the NOW-US rightsholder group documentary.
      • Amplify and promote the NOW-Us! Awards to influence national conversations on diversity and inclusion;
      • Manage the contractual elements of this grant by providing continued support and mentorship to the winners who will receive 25,000, 15,000, and 10,000 EUR in Empowerment grants
  • Project

    Voice collaborated with the Spindle of Partos to launch the Nothing About  Us, Without Us! (NOW-Us!) Awards. The awards recognised inspiring inclusive initiatives from Africa and Asia to promote diversity and inclusion, and to trigger the self-empowerment of rightsholder groups and communities.  The NOW-Us! Awards have been positively and enthusiastically received. In a desire to expand its reach and further amplify inclusive initiatives done at the country-level. Voice is planning to have national NOW-Us! Awards in the countries where Voice is present. The NOW Us Award Organiser project aims to bring together rightsholder voices together and, through an Award, highlight unsung efforts to take us one step closer to a responsive and inclusive society. With this 24 months project duration, IHPP is expected to organise and create a platform to facilitate the launch of the National NOW-Us Awards in Cambodia with key tasks and deliverables expected as below:

    • Work with the Voice country team to launch the call for NOW Us Award and do outreach activities to identify 10 organisations or initiatives from the Voice rightsholder groups in Cambodia who are already implementing amazing inclusive innovations to their empowerment or influencing practice;
    • Organise and facilitate a participatory 5-day inclusive innovation Bootcamp for the 10 organizations or movements to reflect, refine, and ideate the next steps for their initiative;
    • Organise the award ceremony, preferably as a component of a larger event or celebration where different civil society members and stakeholders gather;
    • Support and mentor the 1st place winners in their inclusion innovation journey, including their participation in the Innovation Festival in the Netherlands as well as exposure visit in the region;
    • Support and mentor the 3 Award winners to embark on a personal development coaching series focused on self-betterness, self-improvement, and self-confidence. Furthermore, support each winner to share their story on a NOW-US Award podcast and feature in the NOW-US rightsholder group documentary.
    • Amplify and promote the NOW-Us! Awards to influence national conversations on diversity and inclusion;
    • Manage the contractual elements of this grant by providing continued support and mentorship to the winners who will receive 25,000, 15,000, and 10,000 EUR in Empowerment grants

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