Students in Cambodia learn to use mobile phones as part of World Education’s Youth on the Move program.
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An Indonesian boy tends to one happy harvest. World Education’s Learning Farm program targeted vulnerable youth by providing entrepreneurial and life skills training in the context of an operational organic farm in Puncak, West Java.
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That looks like a real page turner! Students in World Education’s ConnectEd program in China listen attentively as their teacher reads them a story book. World Education partners with the Alcatel-Lucent Foundation in seven countries across the globe to implement the ConnectEd program, which helps disadvantaged youth achieve better learning outcomes.
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Photo by Sarah Bruinooge
A young Burmese migrant boy is shy in front of the camera at a migrant school near Mae Sot, Thailand. Through the Project for Local Empowerment (PLE), World Education works to increase access to and quality of education for Burmese refugees and migrants living in camps on the Thai-Burma border.
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Bandung, Indonesia – 1964
We’re traveling back to the ’60s with this photo! It depicts a National Training Centre in Bandung where teachers received a year’s training in community education, and then became village community supervisors after completing the training.
Today–46 years later–World Education Indonesia supports disadvantaged youth through the ConnectEd program; helps reach Indonesia’s teachers, administrators, and students through the PRIORITAS program; and aims to reduce poverty by providing low-income people with microfinance opportunities through Good Return.
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Photo by Paul Wager
Now that’s one colorful puppet! Students in Laos put on puppet shows to teach one another about the dangers of unexploded ordinances (UXOs). The puppet shows are just one component of World Education’s work in Laos to aid UXO survivors and educate those at risk for UXO exposure.
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Photo by World Education staff.
A Cambodia girl thanks her teacher. World Education first began working in Cambodia in 1991. Over the past two decades, World Education has worked to improve quality of education, increase access to education for minorities and girls, incorporate life skills education into classroom curricula, and pioneer work on child labor issues in Cambodia.
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