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Current budget: 40,000 CHF

Current progress: 1003CHF out of 40000CHF
The project "A Khmer Waste Story" consists of the two subprojects "Our Community Programme" (A) and "How we turn plastic into oil" (B). Both subprojects are divided into 3 phases: project development (I, 6 months), project implementation (II, 12 months) and evaluation (III, 3 months). In addition, the whole project is documented on film across all phases (C).

The following budget is required to initiate the project (Phase I):
  • A: CHF 17,000 for the development of training material for the Community Programme, including obtaining the necessary approvals and conducting 4 workshops per community (in total 4 communities)
  • A: CHF 4,000 for the design and development of public separation and information systems made of recycled plastic for the 4 communities (a total of 4 x 3 pcs. for the sites School, Pagoda and operation site of the regeneration plants)
  • A: CHF 3,000 for car rental to go to the communities
  • B: CHF 4,000 for technical cooperation with nagaearth.org with regard to the safety check of the installations (salary for technical staff)
  • C: CHF 12,000 for shooting & production of the documentary film "A Khmer Waste Story" (Phase I incl. 4 workshops in 4 communities) including costs for external partners (filming, visual effects)
Phase II and Phase III are financed through fundraising and direct donations.
  • CHF 17,000 for the development of training material for the Community Programme including obtaining the necessary permits (6 months, Fauna in Focus)
  • CHF 4,000 for the design and development of public separation systems made of recycled plastic for the 4 communities (a total of 4 x 3 pcs. for the sites School, Pagoda and operation site of the regeneration plants, Fauna and Focus)
  • CHF 6,000 for technical cooperation with nagaearth.org with regard to the safety check of the installations (salary for technical staff, 1 year)
  • CHF 16,000 for the Follow-Up Program (Support and Clean Up Days 2 x per month and community, 12 months, Fauna in Focus)
  • CHF 8,000 for the rental of an off-road vehicle in Siem Reap for the duration of the community program of 1 year
  • CHF 7,000 for the final evaluation including presentation material (Fauna in Focus)
  • CHF 50,000 for shooting & production of the documentary film "A Khmer Waste Story" including costs for external partners (Fauna in Focus)
  • CHF 12,000 for the Differencelab.org cooperative for the preparatory work carried out for the project development and development of the Plaware homepage
Plaware is financed through various channels, including online donations.
Every donation contributes to the preservation of Cambodia's original and natural beauty, which are represented by Apsaras. Apsaras are half human and half divine women. These nymphs from the Angkor Wat era symbolize the natural beauty of Cambodia. In mythology, they are also regarded as ghosts of clouds and waters. With our commitment to reduce plastic pollution in Cambodia, we also protect the environmental areas they embody. In this way, we help them to shine and dance in their old splendor again.

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Current budget: 40,000 CHF

Current progress: 1003CHF out of 40000CHF

The project “A Khmer Waste Story” consists of the two subprojects “Our Community Programme” (A) and “How we turn plastic into oil” (B). Both subprojects are divided into 3 phases: project development (I, 6 months), project implementation (II, 12 months) and evaluation (III, 3 months). In addition, the whole project is documented on film across all phases (C).

The following budget is required to initiate the project (Phase I):

  • A: CHF 17,000 for the development of training material for the Community Programme, including obtaining the necessary approvals and conducting 4 workshops per community (in total 4 communities)
  • A: CHF 4,000 for the design and development of public separation and information systems made of recycled plastic for the 4 communities (a total of 4 x 3 pcs. for the sites School, Pagoda and operation site of the regeneration plants)
  • A: CHF 3,000 for car rental to go to the communities
  • B: CHF 4,000 for technical cooperation with nagaearth.org with regard to the safety check of the installations (salary for technical staff of Plaware)
  • C: CHF 12,000 for shooting & production of the documentary film "A Khmer Waste Story" (Phase I incl. 4 workshops in 4 communities) including costs for external partners (filming, visual effects)

Phase II and Phase III are financed through fundraising and direct donations.