Author: My Sovann, BBC Media Action Communications coordinator, Cambodia, originally published June 23 2017 - "I feel so excited about the roadshow, I have never ever seen an educational event like this in my village" shouts high school student Youm Piseth over the noise of our Klahan9 roadshow in Takeo province, Cambodia.
He is just the kind of person we want to reach and inspire.
Young Cambodians face high levels of unemployment. There’s stiff competition for jobs and a lack of career guidance and vocational training. Those in work are often on low wages, informal contracts and obligated to work long hours with insufficient on-the-job training.
Often young people want to migrate to cities or overseas but don’t know enough to make the necessary preparations or take informed employment decisions.