At Mlup Baitong we use the knowledge and expertise gained from over 15 years of successful operation to support external clients and to strengthen our own projects. We offer organisational development services as well as material and media production.
Our consulting unit supports both internal projects at Mlup Baitong and external clients. Our team has a broad range of skills and provides trainings, survey development, implementation and evaluation, proposal development support, project implementation facilitation, and much more. Examples include
- Trainings on understanding climate change, the concept of farmer cooperatives, and how to write and use business plans
- Surveys on household incomes and satisfaction rates
- Proposal development for government ministries
- Facilitation of a tree planting project at two schools
- Coordination of the construction of wells donated by a Japanese charity
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information and references. Our team is happy to answer your questions and can help you to tailor a solution that fits your needs.
Environmental Resource Center & Media
Mlup Baitong has been operating an environmental radio program since June 2001. The project provides environmental awareness and access to information for the public through feature programs, live talk-shows and round table discussions. It is also a forum for discussing environmental issues with a focus on presenting the views of local people, who are often under-represented in debates on natural resource, climate change, and environmental issues.
Through 15-minutes feature radio programs the audience gets information on various topics such as land and forestry, wildlife and fishery, environmental degradation, and access to information. The stories, broadcasted over 70% of the Cambodian territory, serve to increase environmental awareness while enabling the local population to understand the issues and choices facing them.
Mlup Baitong’s staff also produce a one-hour live talk-show. This forum-like program allows participants like NGO representatives, government officials, academic institutes, local community members, local authorities, etc., a chance to discuss and debate various environmental topics and work towards finding solutions.
The environmental radio project strives to give local people a voice. Through interviews, local communities are able to express their concerns to a national audience. They also learn to take action through advocacy activities. Advocacy networking is an important component of the project and with its radio programs Mlup Baitong is successfully bringing important issues like mining, global warming, water pollution, land and forest concessions, and plantations to the forefront.
Listen to some of our programs
Please note: Radio broadcasts are only available in Khmer language.
Advantages and disadvantages of mimosa farming
Gender and climate change
In order to raise awareness for certain topics, we design and produce a range of print and online media. Examples are newsletters, posters, flyers, leaflets, an environmental manual, an eco-club action guide, visual aids, and teacher and student books about environmental education for the conservation of the Sarus Crane and its habitats in Cambodia.
Ms. Sylvie Huot
Resource Center Coordinator
If you wish to reach out to us please don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated Resource Center Coordinator. We will gladly answer any questions you might have regarding our services and create a tailored service offering that fits your needs. We look forward to hearing from you.
Contact our Resource Center Coordinator Ms. Sylvie Huot: