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application/pdfAge-Appropriate Reading_KhmerOn the occasion of the 3rd National Reading Day on 11 March 2018, three leading education NGOs in Cambodia – Save the Children, Sipar and World Vision International Cambodia – have released a statement calling for more budget investment and improved policies to support Cambodia’s youngest learners.20/03/2018249KB
application/pdfAge-Appropriate Reading MaterialsOn the occasion of the 3rd National Reading Day on 11 March 2018, three leading education NGOs in Cambodia – Save the Children, Sipar and World Vision International Cambodia – have released a statement calling for more budget investment and improved policies to support Cambodia’s youngest learners. 20/03/2018184KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update423/11/2017163KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update323/11/2017176KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update223/11/2017167KB
application/pdfPSL Learning Update123/11/2017164KB
application/pdfPolicy Brief_Critical barrier of transportation_FullTransportation plays a vital role in determining access to reproductive, maternal and newborn health (RMNH) services for the poorest. 23/11/2017401KB
application/pdfPolicy Brief_Critical barrier of transportationTransportation plays a vital role in determining access to reproductive, maternal and newborn health (RMNH) services for the poorest.23/11/2017340KB
application/pdfCurious Chenda and Vegetable_KhmerSave the Children is helping Cambodian children to grow healthier and smarter. The second children’s book on the adventures of Chenda “Curious Chenda and the Vegetables” is released in September 2017. The new book with colorful illustrations in Khmer language tells the story of Chenda, a young girl learning more about the importance of handwashing and growing vegetables in home garden that help her and her younger brother grow stronger and smarter. The book also encourages caregivers and children in rural areas to read. 12/09/2017609KB
application/pdfCurious Chenda and Vegetable_EnglishSave the Children is helping Cambodian children to grow healthier and smarter. The second children’s book on the adventures of Chenda “Curious Chenda and the Vegetables” is released in September 2017. The new book with colorful illustrations in Khmer language tells the story of Chenda, a young girl learning more about the importance of handwashing and growing vegetables in home garden that help her and her younger brother grow stronger and smarter. The book also encourages caregivers and children in rural areas to read. 12/09/2017622KB

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