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About ASSET-H&C

The Association of Southeast Asian Social Enterprises for Training in Hospitality & Catering is a network that brings together vocational training centers willing to work hand in hand to better fulfill their common social mission: bringing positive change in the lives of vulnerable youth by teaching them trades that will allow them to successfully integrate into society.

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13

SCHOOLS ACROSS 4 COUNTRIES

CAPACITIES OF

201

MEMBERS' STAFF ENHANCED

69

MEMBERS' STAFF

JOINED AT LEAST ONE SEMINAR

132

STAFF BENEFITING

FROM CAPACITY BUILDING

83

ONE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP GRANTED

TO DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

1000+

PEOPLE SENSITIZED TO SUSTAINABLE

TOURISM THROUGH EVENTS

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The Association of Southeast Asian Social Enterprises for Training in Hospitality & Catering (ASSET-H&C), is a unique network of innovative vocational training centers that support the social and economic inclusion of vulnerable people in Southeast Asia, through training and professional integration in hospitality & catering. Integrated by some of the best vocational training centers in the region, it brings together 12 schools willing to work hand in hand to better fulfill their common mission of making a positive impact on the lives of disadvantaged youths and adults across Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The network promotes hands-on, market-related, and sustainable educational approaches in Technical, Vocational Education. It also is a key regional player in sustainable hospitality and tourism.

Starting December 2021, 22 trainers from 8 members of ASSET-H&C improved pedagogy skills through a flexible 6-month DNA Training program, an initiative by IECD. Congratulations to all the trainers!
July 5, 2022
ASSET-H&C efforts to foster an inclusive approach to sustainability have been acknowledged by World the Tourism Organization (UNWTO) on its One Planet Vision webpage.
February 8, 2022
Publications
“Valued. Paid. Recognized.”: A Desk Review of Initiatives Promoting Women’s Empowerment in the Mekong Hospitality & Tourism Sector
“Valued. Paid. Recognized.”: A Desk Review of Initiatives Promoting Women’s Empowerment in the Mekong Hospitality & Tourism Sector
March 5, 2021
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