A school support committee member of a primary school in the north-east of Cambodia is reaping the benefits of a series of workshops on multilingual education capacity building.
23-year-old Lem Neuy, a mother with one daughter, has attended workshops organised by CARE...
A primary school in the north-east of Cambodia is reaping the benefits of a newly structured and supported School Support Committee.
CARE Cambodia has supported Kor Hokseb primary school through training sessions on school management and community relations for the pas...
Learn why CARE continues to work with girls from the north-east of Cambodia and how involving communities in running their school is proving an effective way to ensure girls get an education.
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"The school support committee is like a bridge between the school and the community."
Changing times mean people in remote areas such as Ratanak Kiri province in Cambodia are changing how they think about education. Learn more about how CARE’s work is helping sc...
“No individual owns the school. Every one of us owns the school.”
Community participation in the education system can have a huge impact on students accessing quality education.
Hear what one community in Ratanak Kiri, a remote province in Cambodia, has to say about ho...
“I don’t get to study as much as other students because every afternoon I go to work on the
Girls in Cambodia face many challenges if they want to study at school and get a job when they grow up.
CARE aims to promote equal access to education, particularly for g...
“The school support committee is really beneficial for our school. We couldn’t do without them.
The teachers and director can’t monitor the whole village; we need the committee’s assistance.”
Education isn’t just about schoolbooks; building good relationships between...
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