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  • Organisation

    Essential Personnel Cambodia Non-Governmental Organisation (EPC) dedicates itself to empowering young Cambodians with disabilities through education and vocational training, leading to employment and independence. EPC’s project intends to facilitate or provide formal and informal education programmes and lifelong learning that will assist children and young persons with disabilities to achieve self-sustaining employment.

    The organisation visions an inclusive community where children and youth with disabilities gain access to education, vocational training and employment in order to achieve their full potential and live with a sense of dignity and self-worth in the community.

    • Organisation

      Essential Personnel Cambodia Non-Governmental Organisation (EPC) dedicates itself to empowering young Cambodians with disabilities through education and vocational training, leading to employment and independence. EPC’s project intends to facilitate or provide formal and informal education programmes and lifelong learning that will assist children and young persons with disabilities to achieve self-sustaining employment.

      The organisation visions an inclusive community where children and youth with disabilities gain access to education, vocational training and employment in order to achieve their full potential and live with a sense of dignity and self-worth in the community.

    • Project

      Promoting youth independence through employment project promotes economic empowerment and social growth by supporting young women and men with disabilities to successfully integrate into commercial life. The project mainstreams the recruitment of young people with disabilities by highlighting the business case for hiring them by recognition of their abilities and skills. It intends to demonstrate a scalable and replicate model for policymakers by work along with the Disability Action Council and National Employment Agency to adapt job coaching approaches that are self-sustaining and easily implemented.

      The project raises awareness that persons with disabilities can economically contribute to the growth of Cambodia, promoting inclusion and a move away from the perception of persons with disabilities as recipients of charity but rather as full citizens participating in their communities. This will also see a change in employers from all sectors as they realise the potential benefits of employing persons with disabilities and the business case for their employment.

  • Project

    Promoting youth independence through employment project promotes economic empowerment and social growth by supporting young women and men with disabilities to successfully integrate into commercial life. The project mainstreams the recruitment of young people with disabilities by highlighting the business case for hiring them by recognition of their abilities and skills. It intends to demonstrate a scalable and replicate model for policymakers by work along with the Disability Action Council and National Employment Agency to adapt job coaching approaches that are self-sustaining and easily implemented.

    The project raises awareness that persons with disabilities can economically contribute to the growth of Cambodia, promoting inclusion and a move away from the perception of persons with disabilities as recipients of charity but rather as full citizens participating in their communities. This will also see a change in employers from all sectors as they realise the potential benefits of employing persons with disabilities and the business case for their employment.

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