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.

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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 60+ 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. Our key partners also include the Royal University of Phnom Penh, Raintree Cambodia, ISI Group, Deutsche Post DHL Group, E2STEM Education, and Limited Resource Teacher Training.

Get Involved

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

Latest News

A teacher talks to students in a classroom at a school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 02 November 2020. The Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Spor?ts allowed public schools across Cambodia to re-open the third phase on 02 November after the schools were closed in March, due to the coronavirus pandemic. EPA-EFE/MAK REMISSA

A young Cambodian teacher’s view: How to improve our education system

This article was originally published on Southeast Asia Globe on 24 February 2021. Written by Phannaro Nhem, a Teach For Cambodia alumnus. The 21st century is set to be defined by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, showcasing the possibilities of interconnection between billions of people across the globe through mobile devices and the internet. It’s an […]

My Highest Hope for Cambodian Education

This article was originally published on ISI GROUP Insight on 20 September 2020. Written by Monirath Siv, CEO & Founder of Teach For Cambodia I am a teacher at heart and, in the classroom, I have found the meaning of education and my hope for the Cambodian future. I have learned that at the core […]

Frontlining Education – Exploring Teacher Quality during COVID-19 Pandemic

Teachers play a critical role in nation-building. They enable the next generation to shape a better future for themselves and for others. Teachers respond to far more demands than just the facilitation of learning. They cater to their students’ holistic needs, model certain behaviors, mindsets, and values, and provide socio-emotional support. They also have to […]

Leading change in communities during COVID

Cambodia suspended in-person class for the fourth time in February 2021, and since the Khmer New Year last week, the capital city of Phnom Penh has been on lockdown. Our fellows, alumni, and staff community are worried about the reality that many students will never return to school and the losses that many returning students […]

Teach For Cambodia participates in the 1st Cambodia’s Education Policy Forum

500 leaders joined the 1st Cambodia’s Education Policy Forum to discuss key education reforms. Teach For Cambodia CEO spoke about enabling factors for teacher development alongside prominent leaders in education. Current reforms affirm the importance of teacher development. In this rapidly changing world, we need to rethink the future of the education workforce and teacher […]

Change Their Lives, Change Yours: Meet Bonreach

When Bonreach Kleng first joined the Teach For Cambodia Fellowship in 2019, her greatest fear was public speaking. Now in her second year of the fellowship — and after an incredibly challenging year of teaching through a pandemic — Bonreach found herself sitting as a guest speaker at a virtual colloquium hosted by Teach For […]