On May 6, 2022, SheThinks Network held a blended quarterly meeting with around 20members to discuss the future structures of the Network and its next six-month workplan. Beyond this meeting, many members are formed up into sub-committees to work on planned activities such as podcast series, speaker series, and blog writing.
On April 10, 2022, SheThinks Network kicked off first training on “Strong Proposal Writing” with its members. The training aimed to equip the Network members with problem and objective analysis skills; project design; detailed implementation plan; and comprehensive proposal budget writing. This training series will run through April and May 2022.
On March 17, 2022, SheThinks Network was officially launched and was attended by over 60 participants, and a number of honorable guests, namely, Her Excellency Ing Kantha Phavi, Minister of Women’s Affairs; His Excellency Tean Samnang, President of National Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations (NIDIR); His Excellency Pablo Kang, Australian Ambassador to Cambodia; and Mr. David D. Arnold, President of The Asia Foundation. Other key participants included women researchers, and representatives of the diplomatic corps including ambassadors from the British and Indian embassies, and a representative from the U.S. Embassy. Core partners of the Ponlok Chomnes program and other civil society leaders in Cambodia also joined the event.
On February 5, 2022, SheThink Network members met in person and via Zoom to get the members to know each other, to discuss and recruit sub-committees, and to discuss the next six-month plan.
On September 3, 2021, SheThinks Network members met via Zoom to introduce one another and to pair their research interests for future benefits, including sharing research experience, workshop, collaboration, or mentorship.
On February 5, 2021, SheThinks Network was informally launched, which aimed to start a conversation with various women researchers in Cambodia, to come together to define the network they would like to be part of. About 20 women researchers participated in the meeting.