MEET THE TEAM
My name is Pisey Khim and I am from Siem Reap province. I’m the youngest of 5 sisters and 1 brother. In early 2008, I married my husband Kil and now we have a lovely 5-year-old son, Sokdin. Why am I at Women’s Resource Center? Because it provides different types of information to women who need support and don’t know where to go. I am a Cambodian woman and I can say that I understand why women are too shy to talk about their concerns or problems – keeping them inside their minds – because I used to be like that too. I don’t think it is healthy because the problems don’t go anywhere, and they can grow bigger inside the mind and create unnecessary stress. I want women to come to our Center and share about their concerns and issues.
We offer a safe and confidential place for emotional support and free information. Welcome to all women!
My name is Sreymom. I was born in Pouk district, 16 km West of Siem Reap, in an area known as remote at that time. I have 6 siblings. My mother was a woman with many skills and roles when it came to income generation, and my father was a policeman.
I broke traditional gender norms by going far, as woman, to pursue my education. First, I ent to high school in Siem Reap City, and later I pursued my Bachelor’s Degree on Business Administration, thanks to a scholarship. I majored in Marketing and graduated of another Bachelor’s Degree in a private university scholarship for Human and Arts in English Language. Later, I obtained an MA in Business Administration, majoring in Entrepreneurship Management.
I recently started working with WRC as the Programme Manager.
I am very passionate to work on Gender Development issues and on promoting gender justice in Cambodia. My professional advocacy journey started in 201 as a Cambodian Youth Representative for Sexual and Reproductive health and rights in the Asia Pacific Region, Researching on gender norms, innovation and adaptation, empowering adult women with literacy as well as girls in education for the prevention sex trafficking and Peace development through yoga and meditation.
With WRC, my personal mission is to inspire women and girls towards self-determination.
Education Workshop Coordinator
My dream for Cambodian women is to see all women become educated, work, and make family decisions.
Finance & Admin Officer
In the future I want to see a safe and equal society, where opportunities are fair for women. Women will be empowered, educated, respected and able to make decision about their own lives.
Finance and Admin Assistant
I am passionate about women’s rights because I want women and men to have equal opportunities and I also want women’s voices to be heard and respected.
I want to say to all Cambodian women that “Let go to school and get an education because only education can change your life to become the best life”.
Community Outreach Assistant
Tuk Tuk Driver
My dream in the future is to see women in the community understand their rights and secure useful skills and knowledge.
My favorite aspect of working at WRC is the familial work environment that is made up of openhearted, empathetic, and supportive women.
Social Work Assistant
Under the support of WRC’s partner organisation PEPY Empowering Youth, I received a Scholarship for Higher Education and I am currently in my final year of studying a Bachelor’s Degree in Law.
I started working with Women’s Resource Center in mid-November 2021 as a Social Work Assistant. I am responsible for supporting clients, women and their families to overcome psychosocial challenges and enable them to access the services they desperately need.
Starting to work with WRC was a proudest moment of my life, as being a social worker is my dream job.
I feel grateful to be able to contribute, with the knowledge and skills I have obtained through school, volunteering and my previous employment, and make a difference.
I understand the need and how important it is to respect and empower women. If we want to see the real change, we need to make sure that women and girls are in school, that they can speak up for themselves and get enough support to fulfill their dreams.
My name is DUNG OUSA.
‘sI am 22 years old and I am from Srei Snam district. There are 6 people in my family, my parents who are farmers, my two sisters, and my little niece. We all live together.
In 2017, I received a scholarship from PEPY to study my Bachelor’s Degree in Law. I am now in year 4.
I like doing social work, and I usually do as much as I can, even if I am busy at school or working.
I am very happy that I got the chance to work with Women Resource Center, as I want to work within the Human Rights field.
I now work in the field of Women’s Rights, tying the work with my studies. I like sharing my knowledge and experience with others and I love facilitating.
I believe that educating women can change society for the better.
My name is SAN SALEAV.
I am 22 years old and I’m from Kdol village, Taan commune, Kralanh District. I have one brother and one sister, and my parents are farmers.
Thanks to a PEPY scholarship, I am currently undertaking a Bachelor’s Degree in Law at the University of South-East Asia. I will bring all the knowledge learned in my studies to work and I will do it to the best of my abilities.
I am very interested and grateful for the opportunity to work with Women’s Resource Center. I want to work closely on Women’s Rights and especially how they relate to Human Rights Law, because it allows me to share my knowledge.
I believe that women are the mothers of the world, thus empowering them is empowering entire families.
My vision is for women to have the confidence and power to make decisions about their lives.