Category Advocacy

Secretary of State of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation signed MOUs with seven organizations to support marginalized groups in Cambodia.

Mr. Eam Kunthy, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation, on December 2, 2022, led a team to sign program projects with seven organizations to help children, the disabled and the poor in Cambodia.…

KIX EAP Webinar 16: Results-Based Financing for Education System Management: Challenges and Opportunities

 16th Webinar on Results-Based Financing for Education System Management: Challenges and Opportunities Thursday, 1 December at 2:00 PM Phnom Penh/08:00 AM (CET/Geneva),This interactive webinar will present the latest research and practical experiences of using Results-Based Financing (RBF) for education system management.  Please register below to…

Regional National Conference on Transforming Education Paradigm in Siem Reap

On November 2, 2022 NEP Cambodia – ភាពជាដៃគូអប់រំនៃអង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាលin Partnership with ASPBAE – Adult Education and Lifelong Learning in the Asia South Pacific kicked off the Regional and National Conference intended to bring together national and regional civil society and government…

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…

New Projects kicks-off in Ratanakiri followed by Consultation with Education Sector Stakeholders on Joint goals in Provincial Policy Dialogue and Advocacy

On October 28, 2022 Ratanakiri Education Sector Working Group led by SVC Cambodia 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…

Basic Education Equivalency Programme (BEEP) provides opportunities for marginalized and migrant youths to complete basic education.

BEEP is a cooperative project of the Ministries of Education, Youth, and Sport (MoEYS) and of Labor and Vocational Training (MoLVT), with assistance from UNESCO, to offer out-of-school youth a flexible alternative education to finish lower secondary/basic education, which is…

Ethnic Minority Youths Lead Awareness Raising in Ratanakiri and the North East

Twenty one young ethnic minority women, among 47 youths who have become Community Accountability Facilitator (CAF) with support from NEP Cambodia – ភាពជាដៃគូអប់រំនៃអង្គការក្រៅរដ្ឋាភិបាល and Save Vulnerable Cambodians have conducted awareness raising events, such as filling in score cards on right,…