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The Accelerating Sign Language in Cambodia project (ASLC) focused on an innovative way to deliver Cambodian Sign Language education to children with hearing impairments living in the Bakan district of Pursat province. This was done through the...

This evaluation found that the EQUAL project was successful in achieving the four planned outcomes of (1) more effective teaching and learning in schools through pedagogy and teaching techniques that are child-friendly and inclusive, (2)...

Save the Children in Cambodia received funding from IKEA foundation for the program “Inclusive Education for All” for a second phase for 3 years (January 2016-December 2018). The program aims to establish an inclusive and high-quality learning...

This compendium presents a series of best practices, promising practices and lessons learned associated with the project, “Communication for Education – Back to School” (C4E II), a collaboration of CARE International in Cambodia (CARE) and Save...

This Legacy of Achievement brochure documents the progress of the basic education system in Cambodia from 1979 to the present. This brochure highlights the Norad-funded program contributions in beneficiaries, teachers’ capacity, school management...

This Case Stories brochure aims to illustrate the program’s achievements in the areas of education, child protection, and child rights governance by presenting the personal, and often unheard, stories of the beneficiaries. These stories outline...

The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) through Save the Children Norway (SCN) funded Save the Children in Cambodia (SC) to implement a program comprised of three phases: (1) 2010-2014 framework, (2) 2015-2018 framework that...

The endline survey found that the project had a significantly positive impact on the IDELA (International Development & Early Learning Assessment) scores because Save the Children provided professional development and support networks by...

The Remote Early Learning (R.E. Learning) project, funded by Save the Children Korea, focused on improving the quality of existing (state and community) preschools in the remote areas of Pursat province, Cambodia. This project aims for children...

Globally, over 1.5 billion children have had their schools closed due to COVID-19 since early 2020. For the first time in history, an entire generation of children has had their education disrupted. In Cambodia, more than 3 million children have...