Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)

3E’s vision is to touch and influence lives through our advisory and training services and we have committed partners and associates to deliver real social and economic change for Cambodia.

Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) is a form of corporate self-regulation regulated into our business model and it is a built-in and self-regulating mechanism where company monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law and ethical standards, and engages in actions that further some social good, beyond the interests of company.

Our CSR aims to embrace responsibilities for 3E’s actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environments, clients, employees, communities, stakeholders and other members of the public.

We have made commitment to use the power of our services to help the communities and to thrive and enable company and people to unlock and achieve their goals.

Examples of the work 3E have contributed to Cambodian society:

Having seen the success and value of Money Minded (MM), the financial literacy program offered by ANZ to about 500 participants in Cambodia, 3E initiated the talk with ANZ Team in Cambodia to help deliver the program to the staff of 3E’s clients. The main objective of the program is to educate people to set proper goals for their lives and businesses, know how to plan and do the budgeting to reach those goals, and commit for achievements. The program was delivered on Sunday, 25th September 2016 for free to 28 participants coming from 4 different entities. It has immediate and positive impact on some participants who shared with 3E as quoted below:

“I have been working for 5 years and i had never learned about financial planning and goal setting until today. It is a wake up call for me and I am committed to own a car by 2020. Thanks for giving me the light.”

“If I were to attend this program earlier I wouldn’t spend money on another phone. Now I have two phones and they cost me more.”

“My team’s physical, mental and financial health can have impact on the company’s performance. I am honored to be part of the process in enhancing the team’s financial literacy. I sincerely believe this can universally apply in their daily lives. Financially healthy individuals can create positive impact on companies and communities.”