Focus – Ready for Tomorrow is a social enterprise that produces engaging journalism for the key change-makers of tomorrow: a progressive generation of Cambodians who hold the keys to the future of their society.
We are a lifestyle platform that aims to lead the discussion and make a positive impact on a sustainable future. Through our training of young aspiring media professionals and the publishing of their original video, text and audio we aim at advancing the issues that matter.
As a social enterprise we reinvest all profits back into our organization so that we can continue telling important stories and training a new generation of Cambodian media professionals.
We never stop learning and improving
We have an open agenda and communicate professionally
We are reliable and committed
We support the community
Focus is a media site for Cambodian consumers created by Globe Media Asia, a Cambodia based regional publisher of renown titles and websites such as:
Leakhena’s expertise revolves around the digital news media sector for more than five years from being a multimedia reporter to a content manager. She got her master degree in journalism from the University of Hong Kong, and a B.A. of media management at the Department of Media and Communication in Cambodia. She has an interest in audience development around Cambodian online media outlets and likes to follow the trends of digital journalism in her spare time.
It was an eye-opening experience for Thina volunteering for local and international organizations; she realized that constant learning and sharing of knowledge is priceless. She decided that she wanted to become a reporter and learned that writing is more than a job: it is an art to share knowledge and what is really happening, with each line of text being part of a message that creates a story. Providing relevant, useful, and concrete information to our readers is her inspiration.
Nasa joined Focus – Ready for Tomorrow as an intern and continues her journey as Project Manager. She has profound interest in writing and believes in its power to influence society. Topics related to global affairs, social trends and issues and women empowerment are her passion. To her, future changemakers are the young people.
Kimlong is a media management student. He loves exploring. He is fascinated in journalism after exploring in various fields and experiences. He thinks of journalism as a wide space for him to learn and the opportunity to get out of his comfort zone while giving voice to the voiceless. He is interested in promoting media literacy amongst Cambodian because he thinks that the media could be a double-edged sword which could harm the consumers if not used correctly.
Sok Molenna is a junior at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, majoring in Media and Communication. Her passion for media is to make the world a better place. Everyday she sponges in as much knowledge as possible from her surrounding, who are immensely talented and passionate about women empowerment and health accessibility. Lenna empowers herself to use multimedia as a way to gain education equality for all.
Navet Tab has been with Globe Media Asia for 6 years and is the design lead of the group. Her creative visuals are enhancing our stories where needed, and give the Focus – Ready for Tomorrow website a fresh look. Navet is also deeply versed in Indesign and helps the company produce one of the most renown Cambodian print publications, Discover Cambodia.
Veasna is a sophomore at the Department of Media and Communication. He is interested in social work such as volunteering, joining community work, and sharing knowledge through multimedia. He is also keen to understand environmental issues, education, history, and culture. Veasna believes that writing is essential for sharing stories, especially everything that happens in our society.
Vatana is a junior at the Department of Media and Communication at Royal University of Phnom Penh. His commitment is to become a young journalist who is full of passion and ethics to report on issues in the society. He aims to take part for the next generation and improve the freedom of speech in journalism sector. As a storyteller, he feels inspired to work closely with people and the society. Writing is not only on the paper, but a way to share stories to people around the world.
Sameang is an International Relations student. He is interested in journalism after joined in various fields and experience with NewsroomCambodia. He has written a number of op-eds in Politik Coffee and the Thinker Cambodia. He currently joins as a young research fellow at Future Forum and joins with KAS journalism program internship. He believes that jouralism would be a mirror for society and messenger to transform the missing issue to readers.
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