In 2023, Project G continued our mission to make a difference in the lives of rural students. Our amazing leaders educated 4,482 female students and 2,842 male students, and we've sewed and distributed 4379 Days for Girls International Kits.
This incredible impact wouldn't be possible without the dedication and hard work of our passionate team and generous sponsors. Project G Empowering Girls is transforming lives and giving opportunities and days back to rural girls all over Cambodia.
We are looking forward to a successful 2024 where we will eduate more people, sew more kits and welcome new members to our team
Thank you Burgess Group, Caprice, FellaHamilton and Lifestyle Brands.
Each month, the Project G team run 3 workshops in different rural schools, educating between 500 and 600 students each month. Our sewing team of 5 ladies sew 500 Kits and the number of hours our team spend on training, preparing everything and running the workshops are countless! Below is a report from the Project G team from September:
The report details the preparation, activities, and outcomes of a workshop held at Sen Sok High School in September. Here is a summarized version:
The workshop was organized 83 kilometers from Siem Reap city.
The team contacted the school director one week prior to the workshop, explaining its purpose and objectives.
The school director was cooperative, having collaborated on a previous project with the team.
The team prepared materials, including flip charts and evaluation papers, and ensured kits were ready.
During the Workshop:
The workshop took place on September 14, 2023, with 10 main educators (6 female and 4 male) and additional team members.
There were 143 female and 104 male students in attendance.
143 kits were distributed to female students, and 5 kits were given to female teachers.
Lessons covered various topics related to health, menstruation, reproduction, sexuality, and human trafficking.
Teaching activities involved introductions, evaluations, and practical demonstrations.
Students were engaged and enthusiastic about learning, especially regarding menstruation.
Kits were distributed, and students were advised on their use, leading to positive reactions.
After the Workshop:
The second workshop at Sen Sok High School was successful.
The cooperation of teachers and school staff was praised.
Materials and supplies were prepared for future workshops.
The team expressed gratitude to all participants, including the school director, teachers, educators, and students.
In conclusion, the workshop at Sen Sok High School was a successful event, with engaged students, supportive educators, and positive outcomes in terms of education on health and hygiene. The team expressed appreciation for the collaboration and efforts of all involved.
This is the second workshop in May at Kok Dong Secondary School in Siem Reap province. This school so far from Siem Reap city, we just spent an hour and half for arrive to school. When we arrived at school, the school director and all teachers gave a warming welcome to us and we have a little greeting with teachers. Five days before the workshop, our team was called to inform him and told him what we wanted him to prepare before the workshop started. On the other hand, we have to print evaluation papers, prepare workshop materials, and inform the production team to prepare the kits for the workshop. One day before the workshop, we informed to all educators in the Project G Educators in telegram group about the information from the school that we went and to make sure they would be ready before our workshop starts, such as reviewing the lesson for teaching and also we informed who the Rotaract members wearing Rotaract T-Shirt to join with our workshop too. On the workshop day, we came early to the campus to bring all materials for workshop into the van and we ate breakfast together, Lun woth contributor prepares breakfast for our all educators. After we already eat breakfast, we left the campus to school at 7:15AM together.
9 main educators (6 girls and 3 boy’s educators)
Molika joined as photographer
Lun and Phloeut joined as operation contribution
Kongkea is the leader of the second workshop
Sievyien joined as PG-HR
We got 159 girls and provided 130 kits to female students (we lacked 20 kits, but we will bring it for them in the next month when we go to do follow up again), have 9 students received kits when they were studied through online and we got 79 boys participated in our workshop. They were all very friendly, involved, and ready for the class with us. In this workshop, we had 3 female classes and 2 male classes from the school director. In this school we have reached our target from school as we requested male and female to be involved as well.
Lessons - Project G Lessons and Human Trafficking and using flip chart for teaching, and showing simple kit.
Teaching Activities - While we were travelling on the van to the school, the leader of workshop confirmed information again to avoid confusion some information. We arrived the school at 8:20AM, and we had a greeting with the school director and met him asked about the classes that he prepared for us to teach and the place for preparing snack. On the day was their first day of school after had vacation a month, so have many students to join with us and specifically in school don’t use the plastics look so fresh. The school director divided the male and female students according to what we required him to do. The school director and other teachers were friendly and welcomed us for coming to share in their school. After finishing discussion with the school director, our team takes the banners of human trafficking and flags of our project to install in front of classes and then all educators brought the flip charts and materials for teach into the class that the school director divided.
When the educators entered the classes, they helped to organize the seating for students look tidy and look good performance during teaching, then we started our teaching activities based on our teaching plans. First of all, they introduced themselves, our founder, projects, and departments in CRST’s NGO to let students know more about our CRST. They also wrote the CRST and Project G page on the whiteboard for students to get more information about our NGO through Facebook page. Next, we started doing the pre-test evaluations of girl and boy classes. We spent twenty minutes to do on it for the classes that response on evaluation. Then we went through to teach the lesson. All students were pay attention with all educators and had some questions, they don’t know before asked to educator and they were clear about it after the educator explained to them. The girl educators showed kits and told them how to use it. Next, educator called a student walk up to the front to practice how to use kits and explain to all friends about to use it. Looking they knew about how to use kits and don’t have any questions the educators finished the part one; we have time to breaks for eating snacks. The operations contributor and have our educators available help to bring the snacks to the classes for students; we would not forget to tell them to clean their hands before eating snacks and we prepared snack for teachers the same.
During that time, it seemed a lot of students were have energy after eating snack, they had some questions for asked the educators, the break time was up until the second section started. They were brave and confident enough to ask questions related to our lesson, about their health and more information about human trafficking. Went into each class, and we saw that most of the students were involved and happy to learn from PG. They felt confident and comfortable, so that is what we want they are willing to learn and have asking questions, having discussions, and answering the quick questions from the point by point the educator asked. So the end of the teaching section we have to do Post-Test evaluation spent twenty minutes, after they finished do evaluation in girl classes the educators provided kits to all girl students, after we touch the lessons hope they enjoyed what we shared with them and will pass on this lesson to their family and friendsand taken photos with all students. After, we already taking photos with all students we also invited teachers to take photos with us.
Conclusion the whole workshop
Our second workshop everything was smoothly finished. However, The PG team and educators always collaborate with us to make it happen and succeed. Our team really appreciates all the educators who completed our mission very successfully this time. Our workshop could not be possible without all of them. Finally, after we were done taking, we prepared our materials such as flip charts, Project G lessons, and Human Trafficking, banners and we left the school for Siem Reap City. After that, we would like to say THANK YOU SO MUCH to the school director for welcoming us with an open mind and helping us prepare all the students for that day. They hope we will go back to this school. And they said to us, "Welcome if we have other projects to come to their school again. If there is a next workshop, they will be happy to help with his pleasure."
After all the missions were completed for the secondary workshop in May, we were thankful to the school director and other teachers for helping with our mission run smoothly. After we left the school we went to have lunch at Baray, we had enjoyed eating delicious food with the team. After eating, we continued travel to campus. We arrived on campus safe and sound together and the team help collected all materials on van to put in the PG room. On that opportunity we would like to thanks the team for making the workshop running well and also we sent messages to thanks the educators in PG Educators Group again that completed with our workshop smoothly and we really appreciate their kindly heart for helping us on running workshop as well.
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