| Aug 8, 2023
Update on project!
Hello Friend and Supporter!
With your support, we were able to do the renovation of the Passerelles Numériques center in Cambodia: repainting the walls and improving the layout of the classrooms to make them more creative, agile, and innovative and thus ensure better training and a sustainable exit from poverty for disadvantaged young people in Cambodia.
- Classrooms promoting innovation, stimulation and collaboration (easily adjustable individual tables facilitate group teaching, by project. We make the classroom more flexible depending on the type of activity. By installing glass boards on an entire wall, we allow several groups of students to present a solution or discuss a problem.
- A library offering students the opportunity to read in Khmer or English, but also to organize exchanges and cultural activities. We were also able to purchase numerous books
- Renovation of the canteen: the roof of the canteen has been redone to provide better work space for staff.
- We were also able to purchase supplies: doors, fans, lamps to provide a better workspace for our students, teachers, volunteers and partners
Thank you! This project allows us to continue our mission!
Located in Cambodia, Philippines, Vietnam and Madagascar, PN targets the most disadvantaged
youth who have no access to education and empowers them with digital training on key technical and soft employability skills.
PN offers a sustainable career that aligns with the country’s tech market needs. PN supports 5 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals that include gender equality, access to quality education and poverty eradication. PN Covers all living and education expenses. From recruitment to job placement, our holistic curriculum ensures the success of our students. Through intensive English training, internships, entrepreneurship modules and critical thinking our students develop professional skills, forming the next generation of actors in a digital world.
More than 90% of our students find a quality job after graduation – ending the cycle of poverty for them and their families. Since 2005, more than 2 500 youth have graduated and found employment. More than 12 000 people, our students and their families, have been lifted from poverty.Attachments: