I am passionate about
ActionsSince I was very young, I have strived to be a role model for other young
people and the community at large. Today I am a seen as an inspirational
young leader in Cambodia, and I am often invited to speak at public events
and on the radio.
I started my community work at the age of 13 to help my community to overcome
child-education challenges. At that time, I created a sharing-knowledge
classroom in the community to share English knowledge to other children.
Between 2004-2007, I volunteered at the Department of Culture and Fine Art in
Currently, I founded the Next Women Generation project which aims to provide
a platform to share their life experiences, especially their education and
challenges, that make them be influential leaders today. The project reached
and engaged thousands of people on its Facebook page by the end of January
Also, I am a founder of the Life of Women Human Rights Defenders project
(LWHRDs). LWHRDs is an oral history project that aims to raise public
awareness regarding issues faced by women human rights defenders in Cambodia.
The project documents and publishes the life stories of women human rights
defenders on a website and uses social media to reach and engage with a
broader audience. As a result of the project, stories of women human rights
activists have been published and reached thousands of people around the
I have led a number of youth groups such as Youth for Sharing in 2012 to
raise awareness of the rural community in Cambodia on climate change. In
2014, I led a sing campaign "March 8 Singing Campaign" to promote women's
rights in Phnom Penh, following by the discussion with people who
participated in the campaign.