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  • A turning point in Cambodia’s education landscape

    Wed 18 Feb 2015 | Children with Disabilities | Aide et Action International (AEAI)

    The official launching of an unprecedented consortium for out of school children

    “Let us reaffirm our personal and collective commitment to improving education systems so that all children are included and no child is left behind. We can only ....


  • Want to know what people with disabilities are capable of? Watch this!

    Tue 17 Feb 2015 | Children with Disabilities | EpicArts (EA)

    Staff and students with and without disabilities from Epic Arts in Kampot, Cambodia wanted to make a video to challenge the perception of what people with disabilities are capable of. 


  • Animated video : Our consortium in music

    Tue 20 Jan 2015 | Ethnic Minorities | Aide et Action International (AEAI)

    The Cambodian Consortium for Out of School Children is about joining forces for education. Our mission is to contribute to a comprehensive Cambodian inclusive education system that caters for EVERY child. 17 organisations join forces to make a difference for more than 57,000 children all around Cambodia.

  • So Maly’s new life: From a dumpsite to school

    Mon 19 Jan 2015 | Street Children | Friends International (FI)

    So Maly* is 7 years old and lives with her parents and 2 brothers in Anlong Pi. Everyday, So Maly walks one kilometre to the dumpsite to scavenge for cans, bottles and others valuable items and to collect left over food to use for animal food. 


  • Providing Education for Children with disabilities

    Thu 8 Jan 2015 | Children with Disabilities | EpicArts (EA)

    Meet Sapoen Kong, she is 6 years old and lives in Kampot, Cambodia.  Her family is a hard working fishing family that lives in Savonsakor, a village along the Kampot River.

    Sapoen is an active, lively, and enthusiastic child who supports her family’s income by collecting recyclable materials from the riverside. 


  • Local teachers are the backbone of a village

    Sat 3 Jan 2015 | Ethnic Minorities | CARE International (CI)

    Thong Lean Thavy stands at the front of her class of grade one students in Team Leu Village, gently prompting them to call out the words she is pointing to on the blackboard.

    She looks around the room and sees one girl who is shyly looking at the ground, not calling out in unison with the class.


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