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Building schools for the less fortunate

Cambodia’s Ministry of Education has held many projects to ensure that Cambodian citizens receive at least the most basic education – primary school education. French...

Educate A Child signs agreement with United World Schools to reach...

Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Qatar based Education Above All Foundation (EAA), has signed a three year agreement with United World...

Ministry of Education eyes new departments

The Ministry of Education has proposed the creation of three new departments, including one for special education, a move applauded by NGOs yesterday, though...

Seeing means learning in Cambodia

Globally, between 93 and 150 million children are living with disabilities. Children with disabilities are less likely to attend or complete a full cycle...

Calls for Increased Budget for School Development

Members of civil society have called on the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport to increase the budget for development in schools by at...

Education NGOs seek more funds for schools

NGOs tackling education issues in Cambodia yesterday launched a campaign urging the government to bump education spending to 20 per cent of the country’s...

Measurement matters in preschool quality

Recent studies in neuroscience and economics show that early childhood experiences have a profound impact on brain development and thus on outcomes throughout life....

Government policy to boost STEM learning

The government has broadly adopted a policy to improve STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teaching in a bid to turn around the Kingdom’s...

Illegal Timber to Become School Buildings

Cambodia’s schoolchildren could soon attend class in unusually luxurious buildings if Prime Minister Hun Sen has his way. Yesterday the premier granted the government’s...

Ministry of Education lays out reform areas

As the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports began its annual general meeting this week, NGOs urged the government to prioritise teacher qualifications in...

Half Of Childhood Blindness In Poorer Nations Is Preventable Or Treatable

Throughout my life I have always been passionate about education and the important role it plays especially for young girls and women experiencing poverty...

Language can unlock access to education. Here’s how.

It is early morning; Kratie is just waking up. Villagers are getting ready for their day, fetching water and preparing breakfast. In the surrounding...

Ethnic Minority Children in the Cambodian Consortium for Out of School...

Accessing education in north-east Cambodia is not an opportunity all children get to enjoy. Families and children face barriers including language, distance, financial means...

Increasingly, Cambodian Women Seeking Higher Education Abroad

Cambodian women face many obstacles to success in education, including domestic violence and sexual violence, but an increasing number of them are seeking higher...

5 Innovative Programs Investing in Girls’ STEM Education

Too many children today are not given the chance to fully explore their own curiosity, and girls especially are constrained. More than 100 million girls around...

S. Korea’s new initiative highlights commitment to education -Nepal, Laos, Bangladesh,...

It's no secret that education was the key to South Korea's remarkable transformation into one of the world's largest economies from a poor Asian...

A Village of E-books

The village of Tanou lies in a quiet corner of Cambodia, about 13 kilometers down a dusty road off National Highway 1 as you...

Books for Asia kicks off Let’s Read! Asia crowdfunding campaign to...

This International Literacy Day, The Asia Foundation’s Books for Asia is launching a crowdfunding campaign to benefit the Let’s Read! Asia digital library, the...

Children with disabilities flourishing at school

It’s break time at Krong Kampot Primary School and hundreds of children are playing in the schoolyard. 11-year-old Pich Set Vimol, however, prefers to...

Philippines loses at least P22B in GDP due to school dropouts...

THE Philippines loses billions of pesos every year in foregone earnings due to out-of-school-children, a study made by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and...

‘Time is now to address homophobic and transphobic bullying’, say countries...

Schools and governments throughout Asia-Pacific are moving beyond the idea that dealing with issues around sexual orientation and gender identity/expression (SOGI/E) is “too sensitive”...

Scott Neeson: From Hollywood Executive to Philanthropist – The movie executive...

About a decade ago, in Phnom Penh, an 86-year-old Cambodian woman grabbed then-Hollywood executive Scott...

Kids must stay in school: UN

Cambodian parents could face legal action for keeping any child under grade nine out of school if the Kingdom adheres to a set of...

FLS in Action: Regional Planning Workshop to Expand Flexible Learning Strategies...

ognizant of the need to expand the provision of FLS in the ASEAN region, UNESCO Bangkok will organise a two-day regional planning workshop inviting...

A volunteer teacher brings education to remote community in Cambodia

O’Thmar is a remote ‘annex-village’ in Battambang Province, located about 20 kilometres from the official village it is affiliated with. Annex-villages in Cambodia are...

Educating Young Women in Rural Cambodia

The women of Cambodia have made progress in education. From 2004 to 2012, the proportion of women to men in higher education grew from...

200,000 migrant kids deserve a chance

Thailand is home to at least two million migrants, over half of whom are in the country illegally due to the poverty of Thailand's...

What Does It Take to Win the Battle Against Girls Dropping...

In the village of Bakong, Cambodia, there is a battle raging for girls' education. Like many places in the world, poverty, health, and traditional...

The earlier children start learning, the further they will go

A close-up look at Cambodia’s efforts to expand early education Cambodia has shown remarkable progress in expanding access to basic education by reducing the number...

Strengthening Education in Cambodia

During a recent mission to Cambodia, Senior Operations Officer Aya Kibesaki sat down with Dr. Hang Chuon Naron, Cambodia’s Minister of Education, Youth and...