World Bank approves $79.5 million in financing to strengthen education in Cambodia

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved an additional $79.5 million for the expansion of ongoing activities aimed at improving access to quality education throughout Cambodia. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Assembly’s VP urges boost to schools’ infrastructure

Vong Soth, second vice-president of the National Assembly (NA), urged authorities at all levels, Buddhists as well as donors from both home and abroad to support the development of education and school infrastructure. ...

Kim Yutharo

Japan gifts primary schools, prosthetic limbs in grants

Japan has signed an agreement to provide over $300,000 in grants for the construction of primary school buildings and the procurement of prosthetic limbs and physiotherapy equipment in Oddar Meanchey, Kratie and Phnom Penh. ...

Ry Sochan

Chinese-aided school building inaugurated in NW Cambodia’s remote area

A Chinese-aided school building was inaugurated on Saturday in a remote area here in northwest Cambodia, giving hopes for better education to children in this rural area, officials said. ...

Khmer Times Staff

UK envoy joins fundraiser for Battambang art school

Britain’s Ambassador to Cambodia took part in celebrations in Phnom Penh to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne – the longest serving monarch in British history. ...

Chhun Sunly

Deputy PM to sign $3.3 mn grant aid deal with Japan

Japan is granting more than $3.3 million to Cambodia for this year’s Human Resource Development Scholarship. The Exchange of Notes and related documents on the extension of the grant aid will take place today with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn and  ...

Michael Firn

Cambodia’s “model citizen” stands to win $10,000

The search is on for Cambodia’s model citizen – and the person selected will win $10,000. Over the next four months, Smart Axiata aims to find the person who has done the most for their country, neighbour, village or province. The initiative, entitled the Smart Good ...

Sok Chan

Japan funds construction of clean water system and school buildings in Cambodia

Japanese government has provided grant assistance of nearly US$400,000 to Cambodia, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (KUSANONE Grant). ...

Khmer Times Staff

Japan provides aid for schools, water facility in rural areas

Four provinces yesterday received nearly $400,000 in aid from the Japanese government to construct schools and infrastructure, according to the Japanese embassy in Phnom Penh. ...

Srey Kumneth

Japan, Cambodia boost bilateral ties

Foreign Affairs Ministry undersecretary of state Chea Kimtha and Japanese director-general for Southeast Asian Affairs Hiroshi Ishikawa held a meeting yesterday to bolster cooperation between the two countries. ...

Sun Mesa

Gov’t teams up with Sweden, Unicef to revamp education

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport on Wednesday launched the Quality and Inclusive Education Support Partnership, an initiative supported by Sweden and Unicef that aims to enhance access to education for children in the Kingdom, particularly from disadvantaged communities. Running from 2020 to 2023, the ...

Voun Dara

Japan donates $500K for B’bang education

In an agreement signed at the Embassy of Japan in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA) received a $529,068 grant from from the Japanese government to carry out its projects aimed at improving early childhood education in Battambang. In a press release, the ...

Voun Dara

Ministry approves computer budget for schools

The Finance Ministry has approved a budget for the Education, Youth and Sport Ministry to spend on computers and printers for public schools. Finance Minister Aun Pornoniroth in a letter on Friday said the budget is to facilitate a part of the Education Ministry’s reform ...

Pech Sotheary

Government leads joint programme with EU, strengthening an education sector

The EU on Wednesday launched the new phase of a multi-agency supported programme aimed at strengthening the Kingdom’s education sector. The Capacity Development Partnership Fund (CDPF), which was started in 2011, has entered its third and final phase which will cost $27 million over four ...

Soth Koemsoeun

Budget boosts for health and education

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said the government will increase the budget for the health and education ministries in next year’s national budget to improve the welfare of people.​ ...

Ven Rathavong

France grants $50 million in aid and loans to Cambodia

The French government has provided $50.9 million as grant aid and loans to Cambodia for clean water and hygiene in the provinces and to enhance capacity in the education sector.According to a statement from the Finance and Economy Ministry on Wednesday, the French government granted ...

Ven Rathavong

Japan grants cash for teacher schools

Japan has granted about $28 million in aid for the construction of teacher education colleges in the kingdom. The signing ceremony took place yesterday at the Foreign Affairs Ministry. ...

Khuon Narim

US to fund project preserving clothes of S-21 victims

The United States Embassy has pledged $55,500 to the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts in part to preserve the clothes worn by victims of atrocities at S-21 prison. ...

Cindy Co

Cham Muslims seek school aid

The Cham community in Kratie province’s Snoul district is seeking aid from donors to construct a school for 100 Muslim students. ...

Zahron Sokry

Shukaku inc and Don Bosco sign scholarship MoU

Real estate developer Shukaku Inc has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with education and training-focused NGO Don Bosco Foundation, worth more than $69,000. Under the MoU, Shukaku would sponsor 20, two-year scholarships for Don Bosco students as well as develop a brand-new computer lab. ...

Post Staff

Priest’s aid effort provide eduction in rural Cambodia

A Japanese nonprofit organization committed to helping disadvantaged Cambodian children receive an education celebrated the completion of its 19th school there in February.AMATAK, which means “eternity” in Khmer, has been building schools for children in rural Cambodia since 1995. ...

Masaaki Kameda

Thai princess funds the construction of two technology institutes in Cambodia

Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, a daughter of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, has granted funds to build two institutes of technology in Kampong Thom and Kampong Speu provinces in order to provide technical education and training to poor Cambodian students. ...

Chea Vannak

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