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Next Women Generation is a platform that you can find inspiring stories of role models who break the ceiling that prevents women and girls from accessing equal rights and opportunities. We hope that these podcasts will help young people to find strength and hope through listening to these inspiring stories of young leaders. Together we can build inclusive communities and achieve gender equality. Read more on our website: https://the-nwg.com/

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Next Women Generation is a platform that you can find inspiring stories of role models who break the ceiling that prevents women and girls from accessing equal rights and opportunities. We hope that these podcasts will help young people to find strength and hope through listening to these inspiring stories of young leaders. Together we can build inclusive communities and achieve gender equality. Read more on our website: https://the-nwg.com/

    [Khmer] Sokhadeva Chanthet: Water, sanitation, and hygiene is essential for people’s well-being

    [Khmer] Sokhadeva Chanthet: Water, sanitation, and hygiene is essential for people’s well-being

    Sokhadeva Chanthet is the Deputy Director of the Department of Rural Health Care of the Ministry of Rural Development. She has worked on water, sanitation, and hygiene since 2016. Sokhadeva holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of Melbourne. 

    • 27 min
    [Khmer] Somountha Mith: Women can do anything men can do

    [Khmer] Somountha Mith: Women can do anything men can do

    Somountha Mith is the Deputy Director of the Department of Rural Water Supply of the Ministry of Rural Development. Somountha received a master’s degree from Chaing Mai University. She has worked on gender and natural resource management, climate change adaptation and disaster management, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH), and international development. Somountha commits to promoting women’s leadership and gender equality through her career. 

    • 28 min
    [Khmer] Sovattha Neou: Don’t say ‘no’ to opportunity

    [Khmer] Sovattha Neou: Don’t say ‘no’ to opportunity

    Sovattha Neou is the Country Director of CARE Cambodia. She has worked on community development, good governance, water and sanitation, and gender equality with the nonprofit sector in Cambodia for almost two decades. Prior to her role at CARE Cambodia, Sovattha was the Executive Director of WaterSHED for nearly four years. 
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    This interview is part of the HerRoles Campaign, co-organized by the WaterAid Cambodia and Next Women Generation. HerRoles Campaign aims to raise awareness of the public on women’s roles and leadership in the WASH sector in Cambodia. 

    • 28 min
    [Khmer] Bernadin Sang: If you have a goal, you will find a way

    [Khmer] Bernadin Sang: If you have a goal, you will find a way

    Bernadin Sang is the Business Development Manager of the Tiger Water Solutions. Prior to this role, Bernadin has worked with public and nonprofit sectors in Cambodia on water, sanitation, and hygiene. She started her career as a teacher. Currently, Bernadin is an active member of the Women in WASH Network. 
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    This interview is part of the HerRoles Campaign, co-organized by the WaterAid Cambodia and Next Women Generation. HerRoles Campaign aims to raise awareness of the public on women’s roles and leadership in the WASH sector in Cambodia. 

    • 29 min
    [Khmer] Many Dy: I challenge social norms to hold a leadership position

    [Khmer] Many Dy: I challenge social norms to hold a leadership position

    Many Dy is the Country Manager of Engineers Without Borders Australia. She works to increase sustainable access to safe, hygienic, appropriate WASH and assistive technology solutions for communities living in hardest reach and/or challenging environments in Cambodia. Many has worked in the health sector including waster and sanitation, HIVAIDS, and mean corpuscular hemoglobin for over 20 years in Cambodia, Timor Leste, and Myanmar.
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    This interview is part of the HerRoles Campaign, co-organized by the WaterAid Cambodia and Next Women Generation. HerRoles Campaign aims to raise awareness of the public on women’s roles and leadership in the WASH sector in Cambodia. 

    • 32 min
    [English] Spandana Palaypu: You need to persevere and keep moving forward

    [English] Spandana Palaypu: You need to persevere and keep moving forward

    Spandana Palaypu is the founder and CEO of Zoeasy, a Dubai-based startup supporting blue-collar job seekers to find the right employment opportunities in the UAE. Spandana is also the Vice Curator of Global Shapers Dubai of the World Economic Forum. She was featured on Forbes 30 under 30, Forbes 50 Startups, Ahlan 2019’s Most Influential, and One Young World. Spandana is a recipient of the Duke of Edinburgh Award and World Challenger, where she assists in building schools and teaching in Tanzania. Her initiative, Zoeasy, has won a few challenges, including Lead 2030’s United Nations SDG Challenge and Expo Live’s Innovation Impact Program. 

    • 33 min

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Good platform to learn about young leaders who work to promote gender equally

Good platform to learn about young leaders who work to promote gender equally and sustainable development

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