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Livelihood Skills

i May 25, 2011 Comments Off by

Theary and her brother Phearun are friends with Brach and Rasmey. They all have different ways of earning money for their family. Rasmey is the most playful of the group, often skeptical that they can see any change in their lives.

Each student and their family has a different strategy for making money, from planting vegetables to raising chickens.  Rasmey’s attitude slowly changes from scoffing to support, as he sees small efforts grow into larger changes.

This 16 page (Khmer language) comic was illustrated by Moeu Diyadaravuth and colored by Kim Phally.

Produced with Equal Access Cambodia in coordination with their ‘We Can Do It’ radio series.

Khmer Language:
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Our Romdol

i May 5, 2011 Comments Off by

Romdoul is a youth volunteer in her rural village along with her friends Samnang, Kory and Chham.
The villagers need a new road for both commerce and simple safety. Can these youth convince their commune council and provincial officers to make this a priority?

This 16 page (Khmer language) comic was ilustrated by Moeu Diyadaravuth and colored by Kim Phally.

Khmer Language:
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SICAF International Digital Cartoon Competition

i May 3, 2011 Comments Off by

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[Re]Generations = ‘Romances’

i May 3, 2011 Comments Off by

Phare Ponleu Selpak and CCF organise a new workshop with Séra…

“Romances” is the new workshop conducted by Sera as part of [RE]GENERATIONS, the new Khmer comics.

- The workshop will be conducted by Séra from Monday 30 May to Saturday, June 4
and from Monday 6 June to Saturday, June 11 from 2 pm to 5.30 pm at CCF in Phnom Penh.

- Anna Tuyen Tran will continue the work with all the participants
to prepare an exhibition on Thursday, June 23 at CCF in Phnom Penh.