Education on peace to be part of the Cambodian school curriculum to effect change at grassroots level.
A Cambodian official reported last week that about 23 percent of children in three provinces along the border with Thailand have stopped attending school.
Since 2015 the British Embassy in Cambodia, and the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MOEYS) have been proactively engaging and fostering a strong relationship.
As over one million Cambodians migrate to work abroad, Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron said improvements in education is a priority for the Kingdom in order to stem migration and create jobs.
About 23 percent of children in three Cambodian provinces along the country’s northwestern border with Thailand have dropped out of school, causing great concern for the education ministry.
A Queenstown couple have become heroes in an impoverished Cambodian village after bankrolling and building a new school, which they hope to expand.
As a child, Miyuki Hoshino, now 92, thought about quitting school because her family was so poor. It was wartime Japan, after all.
Cambodian Senate president Say Chhum recently encouraged the country’s youth to study hard in order to become future leaders.
Training provider Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) has inked a memorandum of understanding with Cambodian holding company Negocia Ventures to explore the development of Cambodia’s first modern pilot training school. The announcement comes at a time when Boeing projects demand for pilots in the region to triple over the next decade.
Cambodia's Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports launched on Wednesday the new and final phase of a multi-year joint capacity development partnership, which aims to strengthen the country's education sector over four years.
Instead of spending the gift money she received each New Year's and on entering school, Miyu Ozawa saved it for her future.
After more than a decade of working in conflict resolution around the world, Dr. Emma Leslie, executive director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, together with her husband Dr. Soth Plai Ngarm, brought to Cambodia the Cambodia Peace Gallery.
The China-funded Lancang-Mekong Vocational Education Training Center, along with the Cambodia Luban Workshop, was inaugurated here on Sunday.
Sitting in a building made from used tyres, plastic bottles and old sneakers, Cambodian student Roeun Bunthon jots down notes during an English lesson at the Rubbish School where tuition is paid for with trash instead of cash.
Oun Kosorl teaches Cambodian children for free, having founded Mother Home Cambodia in late 2014, aiming to provide opportunities for rural children to learn English.
Cambodia has long promised to provide free primary and secondary education to every child within its borders. But with a quarter of a million kids still out of school, how can the Kingdom keep its most vulnerable from slipping through the cracks?
Banteay Prieb training center offers a fresh start to people who face discrimination and isolation.
Thida Kheang, a teacher at the Graduate School of Education, recently co-authored a book titled “Primary School Leadership in Cambodia."
Socheata grew up in a bright yellow house on Koh Sdach, an island with a population of 700 that sits in the sea between Thailand and Cambodia.
Decimated by genocide, Cambodia’s educational progress so far is surely commendable.
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