The bags are packed and the excitement is high. Tomorrow we travel to the other side of the globe. A total of 16 participants from Germany, Cambodia and Indonesia joining this year’s iiCamp in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
What is the iiCamp?
iiCamp stands for “Intercultural Innovation Camp” and is a program of the nonprofit institution YouCanTrust.The camp aims to empower young people to participate in projects as a team and get results out of it. The projects are cross-cultures driven to promote intercultural competence. The iiCamp is under a different theme each year. The theme 2012 is the development of a language application Learn a Language Khmer.
Which processes need to be defined from the idea to a marketable product? What words and concepts are important and interesting enough for tourists? It should also give voice files? If so, who picks them up and where, and especially with what? And how do you program an app at all and how is it to be marketed finally? Even one of the goals in the camp is, to give young Cambodian participants an opportunity to earn their livelihood. Even with studying at an University the chance to get a job are very low in this country. Creativity is needed -. Entrepreneurial Thinking
News from the iiCamp
While the camp is regularly reporting directly from the camp in Siem Reap, Cambodia, both on this blog, as well as on the two Facebook pages iiCamp and Visit Angkor you will find the latest news. And those who like to participate in the camp in 2013 – in Cambodia and Indonesia – and interested in producing a cookbook can have initial information on the website www.iicamp.org.
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