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I. When the war was over, the World Bank arrived. Khmer stopped killing and prepared for system change. Society was changed and prepared for the free market. Loan would be provided only if there was such well-set platform for this system.

II. Natural resource is traded off for conditional aid.Public services has been privatised.health care services, transportation, and education system are managed by the cooperates.

The Messenger Band

The Messenger Band
, a garment worker girl band, grew from Womyns’ Agenda for Change (WAC)’s long engagement in the self determination building among Cambodian garment workers. WAC’s approach has been to expose and conscientious women workers in order for them to fully participate and determine their paths as a collective to bring positive change to workers as a social group and more broadly to challenge on gender stereo type, discrimination and violence in society. Apart from traditional forms of communication and learning, workers have seen through their exposure elsewhere the power of song.

Furthermore, workers (MB) have been involved in data collections about working conditions, family life and migrant women’s problems; partly this information is utilized for research, advocacy and awareness raising activities. In addition the content of these stories (oral histories) form the themes of the songs, expressing emotional issues as well as messages of oppression, hope and change.
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( 05 September 2016 )

  URGENT JOB VACANCY
The Messenger Band is a group of garment factory workers with six members founded by Womyn’s Agenda for change in 2005 and they work on promote the social justice and equality. In the year 2009, MB registered as Association at Ministry of Interior. In 2012, MB became a member of United sisterhood Alliance “Us”.

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( 16 March 2016 )

 

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