Photo by Dana Inglehart
Students in Cambodia share a computer to complete their classwork together. They are beneficiaries of World Education’s Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) program, designed with the goal of promoting better educated youth in both rural and urban schools.
Photo by World Education Cambodia.
World Education’s Basic Non-Formal Education (BNFE) classes are run in Prey Veng Province as part of our Youth on the Move project, which helps to keep vulnerable youth in school. Chenda, Sophy, Sophal and Rithy had dropped out of formal school, but after attending BNFE classes they were able to catch up and return to their usual schooling, as well as continue their BNFE classes.
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Photo by TRAC.
Children in Cambodia sit down for class as part of the Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC) project.
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Photo by Janet Barry.
Children at a World Education-supported school in Mali.
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Photo by Marc and Evelyne Bernheim.
Adult literacy class in Ghana in 1963.
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Photo by World Education staff.
Only about a third of youth in Cambodia make it to the end of the basic education cycle (Grade 9). Our programs create partnerships, like that of this student and teacher, that help keep children in school.
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