KAPE Cambodia Resources for CSOs

KAPE Cambodia offers to support capacity development to fellow NEP member organizations on a variety of topics listed below. Please review the topics and resources available to use independently and should any of these topics be useful for a group of members, NEP will facilitate a training workshop, to express interest please email info@nepcambodia.org or telegram 078253308



Kampuchea Action to Promote Education (KAPE) is the largest local NGO in the education sector in Cambodia. We are a nonprofit organization implementing projects and research at all levels of the education sector in Cambodia, with beneficiaries in primary schools, secondary schools and tertiary programs. Currently direct beneficiaries number well over 71,000 children and 1650 school directors and teachers at 165 schools across 13 provinces. We enjoy a long-term partnership and close cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS), international organizations and local education partners. KAPE grew out of the Cambodia Assistance to Primary Education Project (CAPE), which was established in April 1996 to improve instructional quality in school clusters. Following the closure of the project, a group of committed CAPE staff at the Kampong Cham provincial project site persisted with their efforts. In cooperation with the Provincial Office of Education, they formed a committee garnering official status to follow up on technical activities. The committee evolved into a nonprofit local NGO known as KAPE and was registered with the Ministry of Interior in 1999.

New Generation Schools Framework and Policy

A 21st Century Pedagogy Framework for Cambodia    

Constructivist Learning Training Manual New Generation Schools 


Cooperative Learning

Remedial Learning Packages

21st Century Library Standards

Career Counselling -MoEYS

Formative Teachers Support Framework – New Generation Schools

Life Skills education (P.A.C.E+ additional 28 Manuals approved by MoEYS )

28 LIFE SKILLS  Manuals approved by MoEYS (Livelihood, social, business-entrepreneurship)

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