“I am so proud of the knowledge that I gained from the village fair. I now grow nutritious vegetables in my garden and save money.”
“I wanted to apply but I was not sure I could pass and do this job,” she explained. “But my village chief explained how important it is to do this work. How it benefits not just my family, but the whole community, and others who are in the same situation. So I decided to apply.”
... The TV spot brings everyone together to secure warm families and communities, and a brighter future for the children, thereby inspiring fathers to construct a latrine for their households as a gift to protect families and feel proud of owning latrines.
“I never imagined I could have as much confidence as I have today. I feel very excited every time I raise children’s issues with the Commune Committee for Women and Children – an help to solve them,” Reaksa said with a smile.
On February 23, His Excellency Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhay Ly visited the “First 1,000 days” Village Fair for Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) beneficiaries in Steung Preah Srok village, Siem Reap province.