Cambodia and Education
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- The BLDS education collection
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- A participatory evaluation of community transformation in rural Cambodia. A program by Mission Alliance (MA) in partnership with Christian Reformed World Relief Committee Cambodia (CRWRC-C)
- P. Reierson / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2012
- Midterm evaluation. The main purpose of the evaluation is to get a solid foundation of whether the organisations are on track to achieve the program plans, and if the objectives are likely to be met. The objectives spelled out in the ...
- Shortage of qualified teachers means the Education for All goal for 2015 will remain elusive
- Y. Duthilleul / UNESCO Library, 2004
- The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the debate currently taking place among West-African countries on the impact of contract teachers on the education system by providing them with experiences from other parts of the world.&...
- Exploring the impact of disasters on the education sector in Lao
- L. Rego (ed); S. Bhatia (ed); M. Gyi (ed) / Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, 2008
- The study highlights the impact of natural disasters on education in Lao. It analyses the integration of disaster risk reduction (DRR) into the school curriculum and the present and future ways of constructing schools with a view...
- Country health sector teams in ten countries
- A. Harmer / Department for International Development Health Resource Centre (HRC), 2008
- This review outlines the current arrangements for country health sector teams (CHSTs) in ten International Health Partnership countries: Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria and Zambia. It p...
- How to address school development issues through activities and training
- Educational Quality Improvement Program, USAID, 2008
- This toolkit outlines activities and training methods to address problems that affect school attendance and development in Cambodia. The toolkit is organised into a website developed to engage school committees to prioritize the probl...
- Traditional forms of collective action influence decentralisation reforms
- P. Arnaldo / Tampere University, 2007
- This study analyses the characteristics of community participation in Cambodian rural schools. It looks at the spaces for participation created by the decentralisation reforms that the Government of Cambodia has undertaken in the educ...
- How can Cambodian students be protected from natural disasters?
- Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, 2008
- Natural disasters can cause terrible loss of life. However what is perhaps most disturbing are their impact on the most vulnerable, in institutions where safety should be paramount i.e. patients stranded in hospitals and children at t...
- Shocks and household decisions on children's work and schooling in rural Cambodia
- L. Guarcello; I. Kovrova; F. C. Rosati / Understanding Children's Work, Innocenti Research Centre, 2007
- The paper analyses the effect of different shocks on household decisions concerning children’s involvement in work and school in rural Cambodia. It examines the differential impact of three different types of shocks using propen...
- How is the EFA FTI tackling issues of disability and inclusiveness in education?
- H. Bines / World Vision, 2007
- This study focuses on how the Education for All Fast Track Initiative (FTI) Partnership is tackling the challenges of disability and inclusion. Its purpose is to assess the disability responsiveness of FTI processes and education sect...
- The positive impact of a scholarship programme on school enrolment for girls in Cambodia
- D. Filmer; N. Schady / World Bank Publications, 2006
- This paper evaluates the impact of a Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) programme that gives scholarships to girls making the transition between the last year of primary school and the first year of secondary school in Cambodia. ...