helps civil society organizations (CSOs), technology companies and social enterprises to design and use information and communication technology (ICT) solutions that address Cambodia’s development challenges.


The Lab will focus on tech coaching, training like basic video production and basic social media, and provide hands-on tech advice targeted to the civil society community. Although services are targeted to meet the demands of the civil society community, anyone can sign up for free advisory sessions or training through the website.

“We want this Lab to be a welcoming place where the civil society community – and interested tech enthusiasts from any sector – can see, use and touch more of the creative tech products that Cambodians have already built here. We think this hands-on space, combined with the tech coaching and training, will inspire new projects that will make a difference and engage more Cambodians in designing their own future,” says Kate Heuisler, the Chief of Party of USAID’s Development Innovations project.  

The Lab will serve this community through the cooperation between USAID, Development Innovations and EZECOM.Mr. Yves Schaeffer CEO of EZECOM said EZECOM was one of the first companies in Cambodia to establish a corporate social responsibility program.“We continue to sponsor internet to DI project because we want to support new generation in improving technology skills in order to help addressing challenges and building development in Cambodia”, he said.

“Internet nowadays plays a significant role in society and it has been a powerful tools for CSOs, technology companies and social enterprise to design and share more creative technological products that Cambodian are able to build locally.”

For more information:
Mr. Leng TRI, Communications Officer at Development Innovations
Phone: 077 66 76 76, Email:

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