Primary Education

The target group of preschool education in Cambodia is from 3 to 6 years old. However, some program also target children from 0 to 3 years old through home-based education program. In total, the target group of this program are 41,753 families, 8,146 group mothers, 1499 core mothers and 66,129 children, 33,242 of whom were females.

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Technical Vocational Training

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Inclusive Education

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Early Childhood Care and Education

Network of Early Childhood Care and Development (NECCD)

Roadmap for improvement of policy dialogue in ECCD sub-sector in Cambodia

Formative Goals Document

2020-2024

Objectives

This document provides initial insights into the present stakeholders and situational analysis of the Network of Early Childhood Care and Development (NECCD) for the year 2020-2024. The process has been initiated in consultation with the members and executive committee of the group. This document will provide:

  1. The analysis of stakeholders of NECCD
  2. The analysis of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats
  3. The potential key themes and goals that the network envisions to engage in delivering for the next five years term.
  4. Introduction to the Roadmap template and the way forward

The first round of participatory consultative workshop was conducted with the executive committee of NECCD, followed by a full-day brainstorming with the larger membership group.

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Detailed Report on Non-formal Education 2019

In accordance with the Education Strategic Plan and Non-Formal Education policy, the Department of NFE have developed an annual operating plan for 2019 by reforming the practice in the context of lifelong learning to achieve sustainable education in 2030. Within the reform, more attention was put on implementing various important programs such as: literacy program, post-literacy program, re-enrollment program, equivalency program, complementary education program, increased income program through community learning center and mobile school work. In addition, the Department of Non-Formal Education have practiced various cross-sectional works such as integration of gender education, awareness on women and child trafficking, domestic violence, education and prevention of HIV, Avian influenza, new flu and participation in promoting education on traffic law and education on the prevention of drug-related and mine-related risk.

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