Presently, the number of tourist visiting various tourist sites of Cambodia keeps increasing particularly in Siem Reap and a few provinces in the coastal zones like Kep and Preah Sihanouk. Food safety and hygiene are very important for consumers’ wellbeing. It is observed that small street vendors do not pay their attention to food safety and hygiene. As a result, their food products are less attractive to medium and high-class customers, resulting in reduced income.
As part of its social activities and ... Read More
In 2017, 33% of SAMIC active clients used loans for doing on-farm activities to generate their family income. To help its clients improve yield, SAMIC had conducted 7 training sessions for 703 participants both clients and non-clients, 47% of whom were female participants, at 7 branches. Each training consumed 2 days in which the first day session focused on rice production technique, and the second day session focused on livestock production ... Read More
To promote client awareness of saving, debt management, family cash flow management, proper investment and credit discipline, SAMIC, in partnership with, Good Return and CMA, had conducted the financial literacy training program called “CAFE Project” in a few branches. It was participated by the total of 631 audience, including 560 female. The training sessions were conducted by CAFE Project Trainers and Credit Officers.
Based on the assessment of CAFE initiative implementation, the majority of ... Read More
On 22 November 2014, SAMIC launched a beach cleaning campaign called ‘Clean Our City’ in which participants collected garbage along Ocheur Teal beach in Preah Sihanouk province. The purpose of the campaign was to raise awareness of air pollution caused by garbage. This event attracted 137 participants from local authorities, students from BBU and UME Universities, MlupTapang organization and staff from SAMIC and Meada. During the event, materials for participants like T-shirts, trash pickers, plastic ... Read More
To raise awareness of green environment to our clients and their communities, on 19 July 2014 SAMIC Plc launched an environmental campaign called ‘One Client One Tree’ in which 700 small mango trees were distributed to 303 people including both clients and non-clients. In addition, promotional materials such as T-shirts bearing SAMIC Plc’s logo were also given ... Read More
In addition to the core business activities, charitable and social activities were also actively taken part by the institution and its employees. In 2015, SAMIC has contributed US$2,000.00 to Kuntha Bopha pediatric hospital in its charitable program. It is a join contribution between employees and the institution, around US$700.00 from employees and the rest from the institution. No matter how the amount is small compared to the need of the hospital but our contribution is critical for not only assisting such the ... Read More
Over 50% of SAMIC Plc clients are engaged in agriculture activities. To help these clients improve the agricultural output, in 2015 SAMIC Plc engaged Rural Lives Development Organization (RLDO), who ... Read more
On 22nd November 2014, SAMIC had conducted cleaning environment by collected garbage along the Ocheur Teal beach at Preah Sihanouk province in order to raise awareness of air pollution cause by ... Read more