Hi! I’m Chhem Thida, 21 years old. I’m studying Bank and Finance at RULE University in PP, for 3rd year. I’m a Finance Coordinator at DOVE currently. I have been working with DOVE since 2017. I started by volunteering as a Program assistant in 2017 and then I also worked as an Admin Part-time staff. Well, I pretty love what I’m doing with DOVE. I have learnt a lots and have improved myself by working with DOVE. I was a formal student at YESIC of DOVE program since I was 17 and I could speak English better and knew how to use a computer at that time. After I graduated from high school in 2016, I started to volunteer with DOVE. I was so grateful with DOVE and my elders here that gave me a chance to know and serve God. I knew God by studied Onyx program and Devotion Meeting with my colleagues. This is how my life flows with DOVE. Lastly, I’m so pleased with my work currently and can’t wait to see the blessing from GOD in our Christianity life.
Developing emerging leaders, both churched and un-churched through the development of healthy learning communities of trust where they can experience emotional healing, encouragement, and soft and hard skills in order to navigate life maturely.
DOVE is a local NGO made up of Jesus Followers, both Cambodian and expatriates, who are committed to the transformation of young people.
People of Cambodia have emotionally mature and humble leaders that bring healing to the nation.
Emerging leaders are identified across religious boundaries that are disciple through mentoring, and the facilitation of learning in creative, safe communities so that they can bring encouragement and empowerment to all their contexts.
The Core Values of DOVE are:
Tolerance, Creativity, Partnership, Advocacy, Transparency, Sacrificial love, Commitment to Quality and Teamwork, and Proper Care of Creation.
PERSONAL SPIRITUAL NURTURE
Reinforcing our Commitment
ONYX EMERGING LEADER PROGRAM
Leadership is more about scars than stars
YOUTH LEARNING CENTER (YESIC)
Helping The Community
“Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do”