As we celebrate World Teachers’ Day on 5 October 2020, we’d like to highlight their essential role in quality education. In the context of the current global crisis, many have had to adapt and reinvent the way they work. Chandy teaches children with disabilities in Cambodia and over the last six months, the impact of […]
On 11-12 December 2019, we were delighted to attend the 8th National Forum on Inclusive Education. The focus of this year’s Forum was on Inclusive education for children with disabilities, through increased investment in building the capacity of teachers and school management. During the Forum we discussed: Identifying supporting mechanisms for Inclusive Education policy implementation […]
On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, celebrated on December 3rd, Aide et Action would like to highlight the need for inclusive education where every child must be taken into account within schools. “Disability is part of the human condition – virtually everyone, at some point in life, will have a […]
In low- and middle-income countries, as many as 33 million children with disabilities are currently out of school. Stigma and discrimination combined with a lack of data — making them hard to reach — compounds the problem. A national survey conducted by Cambodia’s Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) in 2010 reported that over […]
Chen Jiajie, affectionately called Jiajia, is now three years old. Our staff in Qianjin Town first met her back in June 2017. She was just 11 months old and her grandmother had brought her to join our Child Centre and benefit from our Early Childhood Care & Education services. Jiajia seemed a little different compared […]
Aide et Action is pleased to partner with Youth Star to support university graduates as volunteer leaders in marginalized communities across Cambodia. Learn more about the work 27-year-old Mastos is doing in Popork commune, Kampong Thom Province.