AEAI envisions a world where quality education will be accessible to all as the basis for mutual understanding, personal empowerment, and equitable societies throughout the world.




AEAI’s mission is to advance the cause of Education for all, especially primary education for vulnerable populations whose fundamental right to education           is not respected or is in jeopardy and to enable them to choose their future freely.


Three other complementary principles lead our work in the area:

  • To support and advise our local partners on the development and sustainability of the educational programs.
  • To build partnerships with donors that are not limited solely to financial support to Aide et Action, but also to allow a common thought process and mutual support with our partners.
  • To influence the authorities by positive actions joined by other local stakeholders involved in the issue of education for all.

Focus Areas

AEA in South East Asia and China is currently carrying out 16 projects and focuses on 5 themes: Access and Quality of Education, Early Childhood Care and Education, Livelihood Education, Inclusive Education, and Girls and Women Education. Our objective: overcome the barriers that stand before access to knowledge and learning.
  • Access and Quality of Education

    7 projects in Cambodia and Lao PDR. To ease access to education, and bring a pertinent quality response to the educational needs of each person.

  • Early Childhood Care & Education

    4 projects in Cambodia, China and Vietnam. To promote physical, psychological, social and cognitive development of children aged 0 to 6 with the family and community constituting the basic framework for child development.

  • Girls and Women Education

    3 projects in Cambodia, China and Vietnam. To promote the education of girls and women that can ultimately impact their lives, their leadership, and their socio-economic integration.

  • Inclusive Education

    2 projects in Cambodia and Vietnam. To enable the social integration of children with little or no access to quality education because of their socio-economic conditions or disability.

  • Livelihood Education

    2 projects in China and Cambodia. To enable young adults to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to live a life of dignity and to take part in their country’s economic development.

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