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Training in management of website and social media

Currently, SAMAKY does not have a proper website and suffer from a lack of visibility, as they realize that every organization should have a public showcase to promote its activities. Therefore, SAMAKY’s team would like to have a website and to be able to update it by themselves, in order to maintain the website dynamic and to make it attractive and informative for the public. SAMAKY believes that a clear website and later, communication via social media, will help improve its visibility for donors at national and international level ; as well as improve its notoriety to reach more people in Cambodia and abroad. This type of support is available locally but is too costly for SAMAKY.
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The training will occur in SAMAKY’s office in Kampot city. Hours of training : 7 :30-12 :00 / 13 :30 – 17 :00 The volunteer will travel between the hotel and SAMAKY’s office by moto or tuk-tuk. If use of motorbike, the helmet is mandatory.
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Congé solidaire
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SAMAKY’s program team
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The training will be organized for SAMAKY’s program team : Mr. Sim Hon, project officer and SAMAKY Executive Director Assistant Mr. Heng Lyda, Provincial Coordinator for Kampot province They’re between 20 and 35 years old. They received some training in IT and have a good level, but none of them ever received training regarding website or social media.The beneficiaries all have a Bachelor degree, they speak and read English. The beneficiaries will have their own computers, with Microsoft 2007 and 2010 office systems and softwares.
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SAMAKY was created by Dr OK Aingkim in 2000. SAMAKY is working in Kampot province (south-east of Cambodia). In the province, SAMAKY is more specifically working with 3 communes (11 villages) of the Techou district, where live more than 4 000 households. The major part of the local population makes a living through fishing, small scale agriculture and small scale businesses. The province is often affected by natural disasters (floods, storms, wild insects invasions, droughts, ...), which endanger the main livelihood of the local vulnerable population. Moreover, the population’s education is really low and people are not aware of their basic rights. Therefore, SAMAKY is actively committed in raising awareness about natural resources management, food security and child rights, as well as encouraging local officers to meet the needs of economically vulnerable people. Via its programs, SAMAKY is targeting different subjects : - food security : construction of a dam, canals and wells; support to the community in food production and food security via the establishment of production groups (fishes, vegetables, rice, …) and banks (cow bank, fish and crab banks, …) ; - education : financial support for school materials (bag, shoes, books, bikes, clothes…) to vulnerable families, construction of 3 schools and 2 libraries, reinforcement of school supporting committees (SSC) and school management committees (SMC) ; - child rights : promotion of the awareness on rights in school, child protection and child sponsorship with authorities, education staff, parents ,SSC, SMC and students ; - good governance : advocacy addressed to the provincial governor in order to get rights on the control of the water of Boeng Thom lake (home to important colonies of numerous threatened bird species) and Takot dam in Kampong Cham, organizing elections of fishery communities leaders and encouraging them to participate to monthly communities meetings, conduction of audit forums about school environment and education quality. Today, SAMAKY is implementing the following programs : LRP: child sponsorship and education, food security, natural resource conservation and ecotourism ; Benoy: food security via a Climate change Sustainable Resilience Adaptation (CSRA) approach ; Guy’s trust: Education infrastructure (schools building) ; Increase food security through sustainable fishery management and climate change adaptation: support to fishery communities and protection of the mangrove, fight against illegal fishing and knowledge about the fishing law for the local fishermen (in partnership with CWDCC). Through its programs, SAMAKY receive financial support from Action Aid Cambodia and PLAN International, and is working with the local authorities for the implementation. SAMAKY employs 10 salaries (3 women and 7 men).
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The volunteer will be welcomed at Phnom Penh airport by a tuk tuk driver, then will travel from Phnom Penh to Kampot by bus (approx. 3h).
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Phnom Penh [Pochentong]
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The volunteer will stay at a local hotel in Kampot . The volunteer will have his/her own private room with private bathroom, access to WIFI and AC. The volunteer will be able to eat in local restaurants in Kampot and close to SAMAKY’s office.
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whiteboard, paperboard, video-projector, Internet connection Samaky doesn’t have extra computer, so the volunteer would have to bring his/her own computer for the mission.
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