Tag: qualitative research

  • Nkek Chanrun

    Nkek Chanrun

      This is Nkek Chanrun. She lives with her daughter, husband and three grandchildren. They own a small shop that sells food and drinks. Her husband past away 10 years ago, when he was 90 years old. She was born in Phnom Penh, and went to school here where she learned French. Nkek has seven children, four live […]

  • Pom

    Pom

      This man lives in a house in a Pagode, together with his son and 2 other men. His wife and 2 other children live in the province (pum tjaam, eskrit). He spends his days praying, and eating, nothing much. Later Akeng tells me that they moved to the Pagode 20 years ago, because his […]

  • There used to be a strong social bond in the pagoda

    There used to be a strong social bond in the pagoda

    In our search for the lives and life questions of elderly in Cambodia, we also interview the young generation. Sochoeun (37) a sociology teacher and researcher at the CCC organization, with 160 NGO’s working together with the Cambodian civil society. One of the things he speaks about is the fading away of traditional culture, where […]

  • I will miss you for ever daughter…

    I will miss you for ever daughter…

    Another day in our research into elderly in Cambodia found us in Battambang province, in the house of a woman of 85 years old, Ean Mann. Thanks to our translator, we finally understood what Ean Mann (85) was repeating to us when we left: “I will miss you forever daughter, you and your family. For ever, […]

  • Our research results visualized: Wall of Elderly

    Our research results visualized: Wall of Elderly

    In our current research we talk to elderly around Cambodia. In our house / studio in Phnom Penh we made a wall with the research questions we use, the things we ask the old people we meet: What kind of financial income do you have? How do you deal with sickness? How do you deal […]