Collecting Tins to Corporate Partnerships in Cambodia with Sinketh Arun | Ep 9

Season #1

Today's fundraising leadership conversation comes from Cambodia and is with Sinketh Arun, Co-Director of Fundraising at the Angkor Hospital for Children in Siem Reap. We're going to be talking about corporate partnerships, about growing up in the shadow of the Pol Pot regime and lots, lots more.

This episode focuses on 

  • building capacity and knowledge among healthcare workers and villagers
  • the importance of connecting with others and sharing knowledge

Sinketh also shares her personal journey from being a nurse to becoming a fundraiser and highlights the strong relationships the hospital has with donors in Cambodia.

I think you might be surprised by what's going on in Cambodia. It's so wonderful just to be able to share successful fundraising from places that often are deeply underestimated. I feel like there is much inspiration to be gained from fundraising across Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Latin America. That's a big part of what we're trying to do here. 

I know you’ll enjoy meeting Arun today.


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