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.
Integrated pest management is a combination of management strategies that farmers use to minimize the impact of pests and diseases on their crop. Through World Education’s field school education approach, conducted over a full crop cycle using the “field as the book,” students put this learning into practice.
Ms. Mao Rin at home with her husband, grandchild, and thirteen year-old daughter. The Good Return program has helped Rin and her family acheive the financial stability to send and keep her youngest daughter in school.
Mr. Nim Sothea, a participant and Core Trainer for the School Management and Leadership Training Course (SMLTC), proudly displays his SMLTC certificate at the certificate awarding ceremony in Kampong Cham province, Cambodia.