Andong Fathers On The Big Screen(s)!
Andong community on the outskirts of Phnom Penh is now a hive of Home Based Production activity,and a great place to illustrate that as well as female caregivers, male caregivers can be actively involved in production activities to support their families through income generation. The community center is home to a screen printing project, creating printed materials for our projects and for outside customers,and as you can see from our photographs (some taken by Friends Executive Director Sebastien during an outreach visit last week, others last year by photographer Robert Buchan of the early stages of development of the project), it’s the men in the community who are active on the screen printing front, working here on the new machines recently installed to meet the demand for screenprinted products!
I am keen to print some fabric for my small business in Australia, Brisbane Quirky Comforts and was wondering if this is something you could do? It would only be small quantities but I would love to be able to put the money into your project instead of a big printing company.
Thanks for your query.
Our Friends Social Business Team will be in contact with you shortly.
Thanks for thinking of Friends!
The FI Team.
hello Mr/ Ms
can i join and leaning with this screen printing ?
how can i join ?
Hello and thank you for your question. Currently this is not a publicly available training and is only open to our program beneficiaries in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
i am a student at IFL and i am doing a research about the lives of the people in the rural area and as i have known Andong village was one the slum that resulted from the eviction back in 2006. Therefore, i would like to know the location of the village and who should i talk to for help. It would help me a lot of you could me with such information. thank you for your time.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you.
The FI team.