New Project kicks off in Kampot followed by a Consultation with Education Sector Stakeholders to assess issues and challenges faced by minority and marginalized learners

On October 27, 2022 Kampot ESWG organized the consultation meeting with CSOs, youth activists, women, persons with disabilities, and ethnic minorities to develop one 3-year collaborative advocacy plan for each cluster and revise annually to update and respond to changes in priorities to collaborate through the facilitation of information and knowledge sharing to the national decision-making level via the existing thematic and geographical networks of educational sector actors, supporting both national and provincial authorities’ decision-making through documented inclusive advocacy processes. In this project, titled “Promoting accesses to quality and inclusive education for all through public advocacy campaigns for improving schools, students, and teachers”. 

Kampot ESWG  led by Epic Arts will initiate and contribute to the design of quality and inclusive education research, support fieldwork data collection, cooperate with local educational officials, cooperate with other P-ESWG members within their constituencies, and facilitate both provincial and national-level advocacy campaigns.


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