We partner with NGOs to provide disadvantaged girls and young women access to digital literacy skills, technology and vocational training.
We work specifically with non-government organisations and charities providing care for girls and women who have been trafficked, exploited or vulnerable to exploitation.
All our partners provide ongoing and holistic support to girls and women rescued from exploitative and vulnerable situations.
This allows us to provide coding curriculum as an ‘add-on’ to a girl’s existing education within the safety, structure and support of her existing supported program.
Partners & Supporters
We have partnered in Asia with several key non-profit organisations to date, including:
Destiny Rescue (DR) is an internationally-recognised non-profit organisation dedicated to preventing exploitation and rescuing children trapped in the sex trade. DR currently operates various programs in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, India and the Philippines. It runs a very large rescue and restoration project which, in Phnom Penh alone, currently houses almost 70 former victims of exploitation.
Hope for Justice
Hope for Justice (HFJ) is a UK-headquartered, non-profit organisation which aims to end human trafficking and modern day slavery. It is active in the United Kingdom, United States, Cambodia and Norway. HFJ Cambodia runs a number of rescue homes as well as a government endorsed school known as “Shine Career School”. HFJ provides government-accredited education programs and holistic, long-term care to rescued girls and young women.
Passerelles Numériques Cambodia (PNC) is a non-profit French organisation operating in Cambodia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore. PNC has been operating in Cambodia since 2005 and have seen 1,300+ students graduate with world-recognised skills and certifications. They provide an intensive two-year immersive course in programming/development and networking, after which 90 per cent of students are in employment within two months of graduating, and 100 per cent within three months.
Our partnership with PNC means we have access to their highly-qualified instructors, in-language curriculum as well as significant expertise in teaching students with similar socio-economic backgrounds.
Cisco Networking Academies
Project Girl Code is a registered Cisco Networking Academy. Our unique relationship with Cisco allows us to provide free-of-charge training and certifications to students, which are recognised worldwide.
We partner with locally-based Cisco Networking Academies in Cambodia to enable us to provide a sustainable and locally led solution where students are taught our curriculum in a neutral education environment and can be introduced to potential future education pathways.
Theirworld is a global children’s charity committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world. Theirworld leads a number of campaigns to create global change and bring better health and education to the most vulnerable children, and they run innovative projects to pilot new ideas and build life-changing opportunities.
Donations & In-Kind Support
We want to say a huge thanks to the following organisations for donations, fundraising and other in-kind support:
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