CCT has worked for over 12 years to empower Cambodian youth. Many of these youth are now strong, capable and informed young adults. It is crucial that their voices heard at the decision making table.
We’re excited to announce that four ex-beneficiary young adults will join CCT’s advisory board of directors.
Sinet is a screenwriter, voice artist and child rights activist.
SreyNeth is completing her social work degree at the Royal University of Phnom Penh.
Kakada is an entrepreneur running his own business.
Sakhon is completing his degree in international relations at Paragon International University
All four young people all have direct experience with institutional care, foster care, and family preservation. Their views and ideas will be invaluable to informing the ongoing development of CCT’s work.
Pilot, learn, grow approach
CCT’s Village Hive model has been developed through a ‘pilot, learn and grow’ approach over 12 years in Cambodia. This approach involves developing a sound qualitative and quantitative evidence-base to support the model. The ongoing evaluation of all aspects of the model informs decisions about the growth and development of the model, ensuring evolution is based on empirical evidence.
We will begin sharing these evaluations with you to gain a deeper insight into the practice that underpins our Village Hive model.
Here is the evaluation of CCT’s social work supervision practice, written by Sophorn Ngath, senior manager of social work and Research & Development.
Supervision is an essential part of reflective practice and an integral part of social work. Supervision provides social workers with the opportunity to evaluate, discuss intentions and develop innovative solutions.
CCT’s Social Workers participate in group, peer and individual supervision.
Summary of Supervision Evaluation: https://cct:8890/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/CCT_Evaluation_SW_Supervision_Summary_Sophorn_Ngath.pdf