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  • Organisation

    Phare Ponleu Selpak is a Cambodian non-profit association that works with vulnerable children and young adults through three fields of intervention: art training, social support, and educational programmes. Phare Ponleu Selpak believes passionately in the power of the arts as a tool for human development and social change. In order to achieve this vision, the association is dedicated to providing a nurturing and creative environment where young people can access quality arts training, education, and social support serving as a vital creative resource for the community.

    Phare Ponleu Selpak values creativity, professionalism, collaboration, and accessibility in all its projects. It provides access to young people from the local community to build on their future through its four main schools and programs: Education, Performing Arts Schools, Visual and Applied Arts School, and Social Support. The Education department consists of two educational programs: formal education, known as community kindergarten; and informal education which has three sub-programs namely child development centre, library, and tutoring.

    The Performing Arts School (PAS) offers performing arts education to students and community children aged between seven and 18 years-old with a specific focus on children from disadvantaged backgrounds. PAS offers four arts disciplines which include the circus, theatre, music, and dance. Under the Visual and Applied Arts School (VAAS), it provides artistic vocational in three levels: leisure, preparatory and professional training such as graphic design, animation, and visual arts. Lastly, the Social Support Department is dedicated to improving the standard of living for local children and their families. The department works through its two main programs on Child Protection Programme and Sponsorship Programme.

    • Organisation

      Phare Ponleu Selpak is a Cambodian non-profit association that works with vulnerable children and young adults through three fields of intervention: art training, social support, and educational programmes. Phare Ponleu Selpak believes passionately in the power of the arts as a tool for human development and social change. In order to achieve this vision, the association is dedicated to providing a nurturing and creative environment where young people can access quality arts training, education, and social support serving as a vital creative resource for the community.

      Phare Ponleu Selpak values creativity, professionalism, collaboration, and accessibility in all its projects. It provides access to young people from the local community to build on their future through its four main schools and programs: Education, Performing Arts Schools, Visual and Applied Arts School, and Social Support. The Education department consists of two educational programs: formal education, known as community kindergarten; and informal education which has three sub-programs namely child development centre, library, and tutoring.

      The Performing Arts School (PAS) offers performing arts education to students and community children aged between seven and 18 years-old with a specific focus on children from disadvantaged backgrounds. PAS offers four arts disciplines which include the circus, theatre, music, and dance. Under the Visual and Applied Arts School (VAAS), it provides artistic vocational in three levels: leisure, preparatory and professional training such as graphic design, animation, and visual arts. Lastly, the Social Support Department is dedicated to improving the standard of living for local children and their families. The department works through its two main programs on Child Protection Programme and Sponsorship Programme.

    • Project

      The main goal of this Voice-funded project by Phare Ponleu Selpak is to strengthen the rights, empower for behavioural change and improve living standards of people of old age, people living with disability, LGBTI and women victim of violence. Within the project space is created for professional theatre artists of Phare Association to work together with people of the target groups who are living in Reksmeay Steng Sangke Community (former slum areas) in Battambang town, Srah Keav Village, Kampong Preah Commune, Sangke district, Anhchanh village, Ou Char Commune and Krong Battambang.

      It intends to use discussion theatre as a unique form of art and as a means to raise the concerns that the target groups are facing. They create scenarios for performance and come up with solutions to resolve their problems through the performers. The concerns raised and solutions developed are offered to the respective community. This project also intends to make the target group aware of their own problems and come up with their own solutions to address it.

  • Project

    The main goal of this Voice-funded project by Phare Ponleu Selpak is to strengthen the rights, empower for behavioural change and improve living standards of people of old age, people living with disability, LGBTI and women victim of violence. Within the project space is created for professional theatre artists of Phare Association to work together with people of the target groups who are living in Reksmeay Steng Sangke Community (former slum areas) in Battambang town, Srah Keav Village, Kampong Preah Commune, Sangke district, Anhchanh village, Ou Char Commune and Krong Battambang.

    It intends to use discussion theatre as a unique form of art and as a means to raise the concerns that the target groups are facing. They create scenarios for performance and come up with solutions to resolve their problems through the performers. The concerns raised and solutions developed are offered to the respective community. This project also intends to make the target group aware of their own problems and come up with their own solutions to address it.

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