Many young Cambodian’s today face a range of challenges when they start their working lives; their lack of experience, skills and capital often mean the work they find is poor quality and low-paid.
Too many people in Cambodia don’t appreciate that entrepreneurship is more than just knowing how to run a business and make money. It is a way of looking at the world and a set of skills that encourages creativity, resiliency and ongoing lifelong learning from experience.
By DJ Nana, an entrepreneur, media personality and youth activist. She was awarded UNFPA’s Youth Champion Award (2016).
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