Meet Dany Chhe, a Teach For Cambodia Fellow teaching Khmer Literature at Toul Prasat Sen Sok High School. She is a graduate of Royal University of Phnom Penh and majored in Khmer Literature. She shares her experience so far teaching and leading 80 grade 7 students every day. What inspired you to become a Teach […]
We have been incredibly proud to see CEO & Founder Monirath Siv and his vision for Teach For Cambodia featured and shared last month! We hope this news continues to highlight the importance of putting dedicated and talented leaders and role models in front of our nation’s children. Khmer Times – Brave to reimagine education […]
Invest in Future Leaders Teach for the Philippines’ pool of Teacher Fellows is composed of the best of each year’s graduating class and driven young professionals who have committed 2 years as public school teachers. They have undergone a rigorous selection process to test their leadership ability, and are set to develop students who are able to articulate their […]
In this #WatchHerWork feature, Jojo shares what it takes to launch and scale a non-profit and why remaining humble is a key ingredient for impacting change. Full article available on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/meet-jojo-lam-berkeley-grad-building-teach-cambodia-katie-fogarty/.
Sound macroeconomic policy has allowed Cambodia to achieve strong economic growth over the past two decades. In 2016, Cambodia graduated from low-income to lower-middle-income status. Our economic outlook is likely to remain robust with the Asian Development Bank forecasting GDP growth to continue at 7.1%. Looking forward, our goal is to become a middle-income country […]
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/
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