Contributors

Glenn Miles PhD PGCE, FHEA, MCIEA, MSc. RGN, RSCN, RN.

 

Glenn's background is child health nursing and public health, mainly in Asia (primarily Cambodia but also India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand). His Masters is in International Child Health from the Institute of Child Health/University College London and his PhD from University of Wales was on Cambodia Children’s Experiences and Understandings of Violence involving Children including sexual abuse. He helped to develop the www.celebratingchidlrentraining.info course in Cambodia and helped to roll this out through www.Viva.org partner network facilitators in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand in Asia and Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe in Africa.
 
He has taught undergraduate and post-graduate courses in childhood studies and holistic child development in England, Wales, Malaysia and the Philippines. In Cambodia he helped to develop a karaoke video training on violence involving children. Through the www.ChabDai.org coalition Prevention Forum he has also helped to develop resource materials including posters and this www.goodtouchbadtouchflipchart.org flip chart training. He is currently Director of Prevention for www.Love146.org based in Cambodia.
 

Sophorn Phuong

Sophorn Phuong graduated from Asia Euro University in Cambodia with a Bachelor’s Degree of Business Management in 2010. From 2006 to 2009, Sophorn started working in the area of anti-human trafficking in the role of Human Resource Development Officer. He was involved in developing and reviewing policies, staff recruitment, training and overseeing staff events.

In the beginning of 2010, Sophorn continued to work in the same area of anti-human trafficking, but with Love146 organization. He is working in the role of Project Coordinator in the field of Research and Training. In this role, Sophorn is involved in doing and facilitating in research, developing training material and tools, maintaining good relationships with project partners and managing non-clerical staff. He has contributed to the development of Child Safety posters, the translation of Good Touch Bad Touch Puppet Flipchart and other training material.

He has been with Love146 for over two years.

 
Fiona Smith
 
Fiona Smith is from the UK and has been living in Phnom Penh since Nov 2010. She is a trained adult education teacher and creative practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the voluntary and community sector in the UK and overseas. Since 2003 she has been working as a freelance community arts worker, leading workshops and organising events for various groups including those working with children, teenagers, asylum seeker families and adults recovering from mental health problems. 
 
Her favourite bits have been painting murals with teenagers from Hull at a special needs school in Marrakech, directing plays for a drama group run by the mental health charity, Mind, and more recently, travelling around Cambodia facilitating training days for the Love 146 Good Touch Bad Touch Puppets Flipchart Project. She likes to write, run and witter over coffee in the many cafes of Phnom Penh. And to celebrate life through moments of collective creativity, especially with people and in places that are over-looked and not celebrated.
 
Ea Ponloeu
 
Ea Ponloeu joined RDI in 2000, after graduated at Royal University of Phnom Penh in the field of Computer Science, and has been overseeing RDI studio ever since. Ponloeu’s produced hundred of Karaoke education songs such as water and sanitation, Health and Hygiene, Literacy and Moral. He also involve with produced many of documentaries and promotional videos for the awareness and behavior change.
 
Ponloeu work as a partnership with others NGOs such as Licahdo, Tearfund, Chabdai and Love146 produced many programs include HIV/Aids Karaoke video, Safe Children Karaoke Video, Children abuse and safe school.
 
He is currently Deputy Director of Resource Development International-Cambodia - www.rdic.org