The Challenge

Educational inequity is one of Cambodia’s greatest crises — it severely diminishes the life opportunities of our nation’s children and holds our country back. This crisis CAN and MUST be solved.

Leadership is the Core Solution

Teach For Cambodia enlists our nation’s top talent in an effort to expand educational opportunities for all children in Cambodia.

What We Do

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Become A Fellow

Our students need leaders and role models that can bring out the best in them. Unleash your potential and theirs through the Teach For Cambodia Fellowship, a two-year program with rigorous training, one-to-one coaching, and a network of 46 countries to learn from. Gain leadership skills you can take into any future career.

Strategic Partners

Teach For Cambodia is a proud partner of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of Cambodia and a member of the global education Teach For All network. Key partners also include E2STEM Education, The Weldon UK Charitable Trust, Susan McKinnon Foundation and Raintree Cambodia.

Get Involved

Collaboration and leadership are key to addressing the complex root causes of educational inequity. Be part of the solution.

Latest News

Khmer Times Feature: “Teach For Cambodia programme has launched”

Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron last week officially launched the Teach For Cambodia programme, which aims to give all children in Cambodia the opportunity to unleash their potential through improved access to a quality education. Read more by Srey Kumneth of Khmer Times, a local, independent English-language media outlet: http://www.khmertimeskh.com/5087548/teach-cambodia-programme-launched/

Phnom Penh Post Feature: “Teach For Cambodia Launches”

Monirath Siv first saw the urgent need for a pipeline of qualified and committed teachers in Cambodia when he became aware of a “learning crisis” that could impact the country’s development, especially given its disproportionately young population. Read the full article by Yesenia Amaro of the Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia’s oldest English-language newspaper: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/teach-cambodia-launches