Designing for Social Innovation and Leadership – DSIL Global co-partnered with the human-centered design experts at Agile Development Group.
The day 8 of DSIL challenge was hosted in our NUM Social Innovation Lab called “How might we create affordable and accessible transport for People with Disabilities (PwD) without needing to leave their chairs in Cambodia?”
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NUM Social Innovation Lab hosted a small talk called “iLab Workshop – 3 Steps to get your project sponsored” on 21st July, by Ms. Sivhuang Lay, an Erasmus Program’s students who led the workshop with practical and interactive activities.
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NUM Social Innovation Lab hosted a small talk called “iLab Talk – Demine Robotics” on 17th July, about the story of Demine Robotics. Richard Yim, the founder of Demine Robotics, introduced and showed the students about DR story, following with the series of questions from the participants about his next steps and others.
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As a collaboration with EWB, one of our stakeholders, we hosted the “Marketing Design challenge” where seven-groups of students have to create video campaign regarding the issue with plastic bottles in Phnom Penh. All seven-groups videos were able to raise awareness successful within the social media networks with their outstanding and creative videos which only took them two-days to create.
Find out more about Engineer Without Border: https://www.facebook.com/ewbaustralia
Check out the links below to view the videos:
Team 1: https://youtu.be/bxBOSAhNhgE
Team 2: https://youtu.be/cD1Hxt4EEMg
Team 3: https://youtu.be/qjOvu3iny2s
Team 4: https://youtu.be/GOGsCeBaRTw
Team 5: https://youtu.be/EPVNw-RXurQ
Team 6: https://youtu.be/EpmFqSby1Ao
Team 7: https://youtu.be/GOBL1bPk7D8
UM Social Innovation Lab hosted a study trip of full-time MBA Program class at the SKK Graduate School of Business (GSB), South Korea. The MBA group consists students from 13 countries: Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, the Philippines, UK, US, and South Korea. The SKK MBA global field trip is to provide students the experience of business strategies in a fast developing economy and its differences from other developed economies.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jDVIn4QSD_-46NXuHBbkXGerCnBk6HJnZBZ0OWYfgE8/edit# , https://www.facebook.com/numiLab/posts/958023951029025
Eco-Plastic aims to transform landfills into roadfills by using plastic waste added into the conventional asphalt concrete making the roads last long, stronger, and cheaper than the traditional road pavement material. A duo of female Cambodia, Sokanha Ly who is senior in Civil Engineering at Zaman University and Bunhourn Tang who is a senior in Business Adminstration at American University of Phnom Penh, believed that plastic waste is a curse to the environment, to and to the economy and people face a high risk driving on roads in Cambodial which are often poorly constructed and damaged by high traffic. By establishing Eco-Plastic, they will be able to use plastic waste to improved roads, and transforming landfil waste into a roadfill product. They are the silver medal winner of BMC Cambodia 2018 and also the 2nd winner of Regional Mekong Challenge in Bhutan.
Read more about Eco-Plastic: https://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/cambodian-duos-eco-plastic-takes-second-bhutan-startup-challenge