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Child-friendly schools make a progressive leap in Cambodia
Child-friendly schools make a progressive leap in Cambodia
Long Kan Buthom, 11, performs a traditional Khmer dance with ease. Read More >
Child-friendly schools support girls’ education in Cambodia
Child-friendly schools support girls’ education in Cambodia
KAMPONG THOM, Cambodia, 2 April 2007 – Fourteen-year-old Taxi Lan lives in a rural community of Kampong Thom Province in central Cambodia....Last week, with a few months left to complete her primary education, Taxi Lan dropped out of school. “I was going to drop out because I am poor and I needed to work,” she says. Read More >
Cambodia: UNICEF Education Adviser from Eastern and Southern Africa finds similar issues around early childhood education
Cambodia: UNICEF Education Adviser from Eastern and Southern Africa finds similar issues around early childhood education
KAMPONG THOM, Cambodia, 2 April 2007 – “Cambodia and African countries have very distinct cultures,” says Aster Haregot, UNICEF Regional Education Adviser for Eastern and Southern Africa, “but in terms of problems of access to quality basic education, we have similar challenges and issues.” Read More >
Child-friendly schools give Cambodian children a boost
Child-friendly schools give Cambodian children a boost
KAMPONG SPEU, Cambodia, 12 July 2006 – At the crack of dawn, the school day swings into motion in Trapaing Chhouk school, several kilometres down a dirt track from the nearest town. Read More >
For Cambodian girls, education is antidote to poverty and sexual exploitation
For Cambodian girls, education is antidote to poverty and sexual exploitation
Bung Preah Commune, Prey Veng Province, Cambodia, 3 June 2005 – Seng Srey Mach, 15, had to drop out of school for two years to work in the fields when her mother was ill and too weak to work. Read More >

 

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