About Us


The Outstanding Youth Group of Cambodia (OYGC) was founded on April 06, 2008 by a group of dynamic young people who wish to promote friendship and solidarity among all walk of lives so that they can work together for a better society. We are the people who were born to bring prosperity to our nation and contribute to global welfare and we would like to invite all friends who share the same wisdom to join us now. Each and every one of us has responsibility to the fate of our country and through making loves and friends and eliminating enemies we can heal the world. We are lucky to have great and successful people around us who have valuable resource of expertise, experience and skills and are willing to share those resources with us so that we all can make contribution to our nation with our full potential. We really need great person like you to make our dreams come true, so please join us now my friends.
 Vision: Cambodian society comprises of qualified and skillful youth who are courageous and actively participating in the development of their nation.
 Mission: Working to Promote Youth Interest and Participation in Social Affairs

Raising profile and prepare the youth to be leaders of the future generation.


 1) Establish network and coalition among the youth and elderly who support youth activities to help develop their society;
 2) Build capacity of the youth through creating a Learning Club so that they can learn from each others and from other resource persons;
 3) Provide information, assistance and counseling for the youth in seeking jobs and study opportunities.

For more information about OYG-CAM please visit our website: www.oygcambodia.org


6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. ROS Ratana  |  May 14, 2008 at 3:49 am

    I really appreciate on this site, so i want to be OYGC members. Is that possible?

  • 2. Khimsunlee  |  July 7, 2008 at 5:29 pm

    Hi, Dear friends in the distance,
    I would like to know more about your OYGC, please add me in your mailing lists for I want to get update info about your OYGC future activities. Thank so much in advance.

    You can contact me via my e-mail and talk to me via my skype at kimsunlee or kim & pisey 4 medi info

    I work at http://www.ucsf.edu

    See you soon. Bye.

  • 3. Steven Path  |  August 20, 2008 at 11:42 pm

    I am a Cambodian entrepreneur living in the United States. I wholeheartedly support your goal to unite all Cambodians living in their homeland and abroad to help build a more prosperous country.

    At the age of 40 and after 20 years of working for “Corporate America,” pursuing an American dream of having your own business and being a part of an Initial Public Offering (IPO), I decided 6 months ago to pursue my next dream: build a technology company to showcase the creativity and talents of the Cambodian people.

    In 3 months, I plan on travelling to Cambodia and begin my search to recruit the sharpest business minds and the top computer scientists and engineers. Within 6-12 months, we plan on launching major Internet properties that should garner much media attention and the world will know that this was all possible because of the hard-working and talented Cambodians.

    After our business is successful, I am personally committed to helping the Cambodian children by opening free workshops, free libraries and free computer labs similar to Cambodian Children’s Fund, founded by my mentor Scott Neeson, a former senior executive of 20th Century Fox and Sony Pictures who gave up a luxurious lifestyle, including a multi-millionaire dollar house, to give the Cambodian children a chance for living a fulfilling life — he’s lived in Cambodia since 2004 near a dump site and said he’s never been happier.

    My current email address is steven.path@stockarena.com if you are interested in discussing further how we all can help our country or if you are interested in being a part of our exciting Internet company. I look forward to having interactions with all of you.

    Here’s for a more prosperous tomorrow for all Cambodians…

    Steven Path (Wuth is my Cambodian name)
    CEO of Stock Arena, LLC (interim company name)

  • 4. tech_noir  |  September 8, 2008 at 10:29 pm

    Hello there.
    I am an uivercity teacher (amongst lots of other things) from a small coutry far far away. Bulgaria (south-east European Union).
    We had an economic colapse in the 90’s so partly I may understend the situation and what are you doing (and I admire).

    If you are interested in some sharing of knowledge and ideas, email me ( vdachev (at) gmail.com or vdachev (at) yahoo.com ). Don’t post emails like emails in text like this ot your mailboxes will get full of messages you don’t want to see.

  • 5. aundany  |  March 3, 2009 at 7:47 am

    Great job! I really appreciate you all who working together for the sake of improving quality of Cambodian youth as well as to develoopm the country as the whole. Cheer!!!
    Quiter Never Win, Winner never Quit!

    All the best,
    Dany Aun

  • 6. Sophat  |  September 3, 2009 at 1:14 am

    My support for your group and purpose, OYG-CAM. I met some of you while you were in the States and felt very encouraged by future Cambodian youth leaders.


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