News & Events

Happy Khmer New Year, the Year of Monkey

Date : 2016-04-18

KAPE and its staff would wish you and your family happiness, prosperity and success in your business. ...

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KAPE Annual Staff Retreat Meeting

Date : 2016-03-31

KAPE holds its annual staff retreat meeting on 30 March to 2 April 2016 at Golden Sea Hotel in Preah Sihanoukville, aiming to review and learn the lessons of the previous year work performances. All t...

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Kick-Off Meeting on Education Program Implementation cooperated with POE, Kg Cham

Date : 2016-03-28

The Kick-Off Meeting on the Education Program Implementation, which was cooperated with Provincial Department of Education, Youth and Sports for Kampong Cham, was organized by the Provincial...

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Announcement on Public Bid to Supply IT Tools

Date : 2016-03-21

KAPE would invite all IT companies and IT shops to attend the public bidding at KAPE's head office in Kampong Cham in order to get rights to supply IT tools for its project named Ne...

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6 KAPE Scholars (4 female) Graduate from Vocational College in Thailand

Date : 2016-03-10

On 3 March, the first 6 scholars (4 girls) studying for an Associate’s Degree at the Buriram College of Agriculture and Technology (BCAT) received their degrees in Hotel and Services and Agricul...

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SmartBook

Date : 2016-03-03

E-Book forKhmer (E4K) project Application name“SmartBook” The development of basal electronic readers is to improvethe reading scores of young Cambodian children. This project focuse...

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Workshop on Reading Benchmarks for Grade 1 and Grade 2

Date : 2016-02-01

The E-Book for Khmer, called E4K, organized a training course on using Reading Benchmark for Grade 1 and Grade 2 taking place for 3 days at the Provincial Teacher Training&nbs...

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Bid Announcement

Date : 2016-01-28

ICT BID ANNOUNCEMENT ON  INVITING COMPIES TO SUPPLY ICT FOR NEW GENERATION SCHOOL AT KAPE FUNDED BY THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, YOUTH AND SPORT ...

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