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To work with government, community and other stakeholders, to empower vulnerable children and youth to achieve their own right to a quality education through innovative approaches.
Market Simulation brings students the practical lessons how to sell products and save money.
The students receive the intervention from SfE and become hopeful in helping their studies improve.
Receiving scholarship materials from BSI is inspiring our students be happy in their study activities.
Learning theories with practicing activities are supported by USAID makes our target students be able to find their need to be good interviewers and reporters.
A representative of the US government visited the target school which has been intervened by the Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) project supported by USAID to see the project achievements.
The students learn how to be professional writers once their schools are intervened by IBEC to improve the basic education.
Students learn how to draw and actively join in their clubs to produce the learning materials and display paintings.
The students are trained and introduced to make their future plans what do they want to do in the future? Brainstorming activity is a good instruction to give them the ways to choose to walk their lives.
Brainstorming of a plan brightened the students to have clear goals in their education, and the direction they work hard to achieve.
IBEC target students present about the Asean currency
Student shows her daily financial notebook after she learns like skills - Saving and Spending
Aflateen student shows her expression about her satisfaction in receiving the intervention from the project.
Together, Aflateen students commit to study and strengthen their life skills before they graduate from high school.
Aftateen students show their bracelets and handmade bags during the workshop.
BSI students welcome The Oaktree Foundation on a fact finding visit to see the school in action
Creativity in the classroom – making learning fun
Improving Learning -BSI Teachers participate in a training workshop on lesson planning
CTSP scholarship student has the confidence to ask questions during her class at university.
Promoting Cambodian Culture – IBEC students perform traditional Apsara Dance
Student Involvement – Group leader addresses the Student Council.
Hands Up! Student council members celebrate their commitment to school
Sharing Ideas – GEI students create a presentation on their chosen topic
CTSP students thank their supporters from the Asia Foundation
A Quick Intervention Achieveme
Sep 26 2014
The Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC), which is funded by USAID, World Vision and Australian Aid through All Children Reading Program. World Education is a prime recipient and implemented by KAPE.
Community Training and Meeting
Sep 25 2014
School Drop-out Prevention Pilot (SDPP) provincial teams conducted training on Early Warning System (EWS) for 931 Parent-Teacher Association members in the six provinces in January 2014.
SDPP Computer Lab Maintenance
Sep 25 2014
The School Dropout Prevention Pilot Program (SDPP) is a three-year multi-country program, funded by USAID, aimed at mitigating student dropout from secondary school.
Center for Education Innovations Profiles BSI Project
KAPE was recently contacted by the Center for Education Innovations (CEI) about the possibility of profiling the Beacon School Initiative. BSI is an experimental project...
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