Our partnersThey support us
After a large contribution to our program in Cambodia, Accenture is, since 2010, the main partner of the development of PN Philippines, with a financial contribution over four years. Moreover, employees of Accenture Cebu are in charge of a part of the training (Business Life Training), and consultants and senior executives from France are also involved during short missions on the field. In April 2013, Accenture France implemented the “Payroll Giving” for its employees, in favor of charities, including Passerelles numériques.
Since 2016, the Air Liquide Foundation has been involved in financing the purchase of equipment for our training in the Philippines (innovative technological equipment in 2016 and educative equipment in 2017).
ANZ Royal Bank has been a sponsor of the first Solidarity Race organized by PN Cambodia to raise funds in 2010. ANZ Royal Bank also financed in 2011 the new library in PN training center in Phnom Penh, as well as bike helmets for students.
Since 2014, Axon Active is providing Agile/Scrum introduction workshop to Passerelles numériques Vietnam second year students. This IT project methodology is broadly used by local and international IT company.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch supports the scholarship of 20 young girls of Passerelles numériques Philippines.
Cambodia Airports finances the technical training costs for 25 students in Cambodia.
In 2015, Children’s Hour provided funds to PNP to conduct medical checkups, medical follow ups and the purchase of medicine.
CLSA supports the scholarship of 25 students of Passerelles numériques Cambodia.
During a year-end operation (greeting card), Comgest supports Passerelles numériques in 2017.
PN Vietnam students are studying at Danang College of Technology, University of Danang.
Since 2006, Econocom supports Passerelles numériques through a partnership, involving:
- Financial support : since 2006, Econocom sponsored 375 students in Cambodia.
- Corporate volunteering : since 2006, 105 weeks of mission realized
- IT equipment donation.
Enfants d’Asie works with Passerelles numériques in Cambodia and in the Philippines, especially during the selection process.
Enfants du Mékong has been involved since the very beginning of Passerelles numériques’ project in Cambodia in 2005. Bringing digital opportunities to young and disadvantaged people has always been a project that makes senses to an NGO such as Enfants du Mékong that seeks to give not only access to education but also the best chances to get a qualified job. Since then, Enfants du Mékong has kept contributing to PN projects, especially through the selection process in Cambodia and in the Philippines.
Created in 2008, Amanjaya Foundation supports organizations that work to promote access to education for disadvantaged children and young people. Since 2008, Amanjaya Foundation supports Passerelles numériques.
During 2 years, the Fondation de France supports the scholarship of 17 young girls of Passerelles numériques’ Cambodia (2015-2017).
RAJA-Danièle Marcovici Foundation finances the full scholarship of three female students at PN Cambodia, during two years.
Since 2014, the Société Générale Foundation gives a financial support to Passerelles numériques Vietnam.
Since 2014, the Haguro endowment fund supports Passerelles numériques' project in Cambodia. For the school year 2016-2017, it contributes to the educational and personal development programme for 50 Cambodian students.
HSBC supports 144 young disadvantaged students in Vietnam to help them gain self-confidence & essential soft skills in order to access sustainable employment in high-technology sector.
JP Morgan Chase Foundation is an important sponsor to PN Vietnam, to support the training program reengineering in 2016 -2017, in close cooperation with the University of Danang and companies in the digital market. This project will allow to improve students’ access to employment and professional qualification, and to develop opportunities in companies in Ho Chi Minh City.
Since 2013, LogiGear has supported Passerelles numériques Vietnam with software testing curriculum for students and advanced training for instructors. For the school year 2015-2016, Passerelles numériques will offer LogiGear Certified Test Professional (LCTP), the first in the series of LogiGear Certified Testing Program, to prepare students for a career in software testing.
MekongNet provides free internet service for our students and staff in Cambodia.
In 2017, as part of its "Youthspark" program, Microsoft supports the 3 centers of Passerelles numériques for the selection and the training of the students. And since the launch of Passerelles numériques, Microsoft committed to a substantial donation of software licenses that allow our programs to operate under the best conditions.
Pour un Sourire d’Enfant is an historic partner of Passerelles numériques in Cambodia (social development, health, selection process…).
From 2016, PYCO Group, a digital consulting and software development agency, kick started a long-term partnership with Passerelles numériques Vietnam, as part of its commitment to support charity organizations in Vietnam. With the theme 'A digital strategy is all about passion', the partnership will entail offering 2 programs:
- Internships: welcoming second year students for 3-month internships at the PYCO offices in Saigon.
- Training courses: providing training through on-site workshops and online presentations that will focus on the cutting-edge digital technologies.
Region Ile-de-France gives a financial support to Passerelles numériques Vietnam.
Richard Hua Education Trust Fund finances the full scholarship of 50 students in the Philippines during 2 years.
Thales South-East Asia supports our programs in Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines during two years (2016 - 2017).
The FranceVietNam Initiative was created to help identify, coordinate and provide objective information on French companies or organizations which led sustainable aid initiatives when assisting Vietnam in times of need. Starting in 2017, they will support us by financing the full scholarship of three female students at PN Vietnam, during three years.
Since the launch of the program in 2010, the University of Danang is a major partner of Passerelles numériques Vietnam.
Since the launch of the program in 2009, PN Philippines students are studying at the prestigious University of San Carlos in Cebu.
The Veolia Foundation gives a financial support to Passerelles numériques Vietnam in 2017. More details about Veolia Foundation's support here: https://www.fondation.veolia.com/en/computer-programming-driving-socio-professional-integration-vietnam