Who are we?
Mlup Preah Thor is interested to provide some specialized services in order to earn income to support the volunteers who work for the mission of Mlup Preah Thor and to contribute to sustainable organization and poverty alleviation. Our services are here under:
- sharing/promoting best practices and providing efficient methodologies and tools on poverty alleviation, especially of the ILO/APPT. It includes help to replicate the ILO/APPT successful model or tools: Replicating Success Manual, Database, Peer Trainer’s Handbook and help to replicate any successful cases or organizations.
(*** SCR uses successful micro entrepreneurs as trainers. The SCR methodology involves locating village-based entrepreneurs or groups who have achieved a high rate of success in their businesses and using them as trainers for others. It is a well field tested in 8 countries in Asia Pacific by the UNESCAP and its partners in the last decade. It is an efficient method used to alleviate poverty of the poor through promoting community based and self-employment income generating activities. The method generated $449 for annum of each client and $12 of net-income for each dollar of agency costs. The ILO brought this method to Cambodia to alleviate poverty of people with disabilities who are extremely poor. The result is heartening because the final success rate is 93% and noted it as a helpful method for illiterate people & those who have with mobility difficulties, especially women.)
- Small business management
- Disability training and research
- Advocacy and lobbying service
- Organizational development
- We also serve you in workshop or training facilitation, researching, monitoring & evaluation, project referee, translation & high level interpretation, simultaneous interpretation, etc.
- Mr. Sotha Ros (BM/MA/MDM, expertise: food security/poverty alleviation, advocacy, organizational development)
- Mr. Jan Orsini (founder of the SCR, expertise: poverty alleviation strategies for the poor & rural employments)
- Mr. Ngin Saorath (expertise: disability)
- Ms. Chea Sopheap (MA in Private Law, expertise: grassroots advocacy)
- Mr. Ny KeoPonha (MA in Private Law, expertise: advocacy, IT, publication and web design)
- Former ILO/APPT staff and other local/int’l human resources are available to serve the need.
Photos of the Activities of the Consultants:
MlupPreahThor, is on the process of assisting a most popular restaurant and boutique guesthouse in the center of Phnom Penh, Khmer Surin, http://khmersurin.com.kh to improve its staff skills and behavior on Business Communication, Basic Management and Marketing and a Professional Dialogue for a Waiter in order to best serve its customers. It is done by Sotha Ros. Please a few photos below:
Professional Dialogue for a Waiter and Khmer Surin Business Guideline Course: 5-9 August 2556/2012
Practice: How to address a food delay with customers
Feedback form the participants:
Mr. Narin (General Manager): “It is a good training.”
Kim Vattanak (new waiter): “The training has given me a lot of clear and good knowledge for work”
Chun Sophat and Chanthana (new waiters): “The training enabled me to discover the past weaknesses and to be able to avoid the same mistakes.”
Business Communication, Basic Management and Marketing Courses
Poverty Alleviation/Advocacy Training for NGOs:
Improving Business Training Skills to the MODE Peer Trainers: Replicating Success Peer Training, 21-22/11/08
The training demonstrates an effective methodology to encourage the illiterate or less education people to learn.
Manage and Improve Small Businesses Training for Help Age International (HAI): Nov. to January 2008
Success Case Replication: Poverty Alleviation Strategies for the Poor for SOCECAM: 6 to 10 June 2006
Identifying a success entrepreneur for replications
Advocacy Training for the network of the CCSP: Substantive Advocacy Skills in Decentralization and De-concentration Training, Siem Reap, Battambang, October 2008