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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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Our Impacts
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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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. 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.

ASSET-H&C is glad to contribute to the recent "Human Capital In COVID-19 Recovery" Report by Destination Mekong. In connection to the report, our members are listed as entrusted vocational training schools for the industry.
August 9, 2022
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
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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