SOOKMYUNG UNESCO-UNITWIN Program

The UNESCO-UNITWIN Program is designed to build capacities of higher education and research institutions through exchanging and sharing knowledge. Sookmyung UNESCO-UNITWIN aims to promote the International Network for “Women’s Empowerment through ICT Skills and Leadership Education”.

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"Appreciated Note From A participant who joined twice of the UescoUnitwin Local Workshop in Cambodia" I never thought of joining the program like this before untill my friend send me the announcement of the program "Local Traning of UnescoUnitwin at RUPP in 2018".I remember I joined as leadership participant at that time. I learn...

Tep Chanmarina

Oum Ravy, Vice-Rector of Royal University of Phnom Penh “The women need ICT training and leadership training to make the student more confident and to challenge every issue that will face in society. So even though our bodies are weak compared to men, the spiritual must be strong." (2019.11.18.~11.19. Sookmyung UNESCO-UNITW...

Oum Ravy

Kiengkay Ounmany (Leadership Joint Researcher & Project Manager for Local Training) “I think this project is very important for the National University of Laos’ students because it gives them a chance to improve their leadership skills and also ICT skills. From my observation, it’s a rare opportunity for the...

Kiengkay Ounmany

Nguyen Thi Anh Thi (ICT Joint Researcher) “We have the opportunity to make foreign friends as well as have a chance to cultivate improved knowledge in ICT or leadership. The UNESCO-UNITWIN program is useful for every person in Vietnam.” (2019.05.~07. Quy Nhon University)

Nguyen Thi Anh Thi

Chheng Usa (ICT Advanced Workshop and International Competition participant from Royal University of Phnom Penh) “The biggest change that the international competition and local competition brought to me is my perspective on women and ICT field. Because I used to think that women would have a hard time in the ICT field sinc...

Chheng Usa

Nok Sorsesekha (Leadership Local Training participant) “I would like to say that I am not a good leader just yet, but after the training, I’ve become someone at least get to know what a good leader is. A leader is not someone who is your boss, but they are someone who is about to live properly and make sure that that ...

Nok Sorsesekha

Ihsan Tri Retno (Leadership Local Training participant) “Why women should nurture leadership? Because women can change the world. Why? Because we have the nature to be soft and gentle to care for each other and help each other. What can we do with this? We can share what we know, we can make the others, especially our child...

Ihsan Tri Retno

Chanthaphone Kinnaly (ICT Local Training participant) “As we are learning ICT skills from the UNESCO-UNITWIN project, I think if each group share their ideas and skills with another woman in many places in Laos, it will involve them to learn more. And they will feel like me because when I am doing ICT, I feel like I would l...

Chanthaphone Kinnal

Soukthasone Insyxiengmai (Leadership Local Training participant) “Because everyone has their leadership inside, every people has to improve their skills. I think women are better than men because they care about everyone and they have a big loving heart. If they improve their leadership skills, they will help themselves to ...

Soukthasone Insyxie

Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoai (ICT Local Training participant) “After taking this program, I can understand that ICT skills are not something too complex. It is just a simple thing and I can understand how the world is working. I feel that in the past when talking about technology, people always think about it is the job of men. Ev...

Nguyen Thi Thanh Ho

Sreymenh Meak (Leadership Advanced Workshop and International Competition participant from Royal University of Phnom Penh) “The change in my life after this workshop and competition is that I will be able to set up a clear goal for myself and I can say that I can design a very specific schedule for myself to practice to rea...

Sreymenh Meak

Junita Solin (ICT Local Training participant) “How we can attract women is by realizing them that ICT skill is important. So by telling them the current situation what we have now. Perhaps it is a global problem, but it’s really effective for us, individuals. If we know the current situation and what we have to do for...

Junita Solin