Girls for a change.

Every year, Technovation invites teams of girls from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.

Why Technovation?

Soucheng is a member of the Technovation 2017 global finalist team from Cambodia. Want to hear more about her experience? Check out this video.


Technovation Cambodia Important Dates & Milestones 2019


Technovation Cambodia Winning Profiles – 2019

1st place National Winner – Junior Division
App’s Name: Amara
Watch their pitch video

The Amara mobile application helps connect tourists to Cambodian artists and performers. The application helps tourists find events and book tickets to celebrate Cambodia’s vibrant arts community.

1st place National Winner – Senior Division
App’s name: Math-Assistant
Watch their pitch video

The Math-Assistant mobile application helps students to learn (and love) math by providing digital math challenges so students can quiz themselves and compete with their friends.

Technovation Cambodia Winning Profiles – 2018

1st place National Winner – Junior Division
App’s Name: MEP Center
Watch their pitch video

MEP Center is an app to help suppliers and customers in the mechanical, electricity and plumbing fields communicate with each other.

1st place National Winner – Senior Division
App’s name: E-Lab
Watch their pitch video

E-Lab serves Cambodian students from grade 7 to grade 12 who enjoy doing science experiment by themselves, and want to connect to fun, online science experiment tutorials.

Technovation Cambodia Winning Profiles – 2017

Global Finalist – Junior Division
App’s Name: Cambodia Identity Product

Cambodia Identity Product help Cambodians connect to a market to sell traditional products online.

1st place National Winner – Junior Division
App’s name: Pre-Health

Pre-Health provides health information for users so they can take care of themselves and live healthy lives.

Technovation Coordinators and Mentors

Voneat PEN
Technovation Ambassador

Voneat is a technology entrepreneur and engineer with experience in the finance and banking industry. She founded start-up 606 in 2018, a company that provides tech and media solutions to SMEs across Cambodia. Voneat also works with a group of young Cambodians to manage a Khmer-language social media campaign called Digital Noodle to raise awareness in Cambodia about emerging tech trends.Besides the technical background, she is passionate about people’s development, strongly advocate for female inclusion in the economy, especially empowering women in tech.

Lydet PIDOR
Lead Mentor

Lydet is a policy research consultant in the public sector and a Master Educator for Technovation Cambodia. He is very active in the tech and innovation communities in Phnom Penh, and volunteers and helps organize tech events like hack-a-thons and business model competitions. Previously, Lydet served in various roles at USAID’s Development Innovations, including Partnerships and ICT Specialist, and ICT Learning Specialist. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Development Economics from the Royal University of Law and Economics.


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Sign up deadline: December 05, 2019



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