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Education Overview

Being able to read and write Khmer is not only a fundamental right for Cambodian children, but also vital in terms of providing them with future job opportunities and a chance at being contributing members of society. #children benefiting...

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Education Center

Education Center More than 400 children attend classes in the “Bridging Program” at our Education Center. The program, with a curriculum developed in collaboration with the Department of Education, helps children and youth who have never been to school...

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Back to School Program

The Back to School Program assists families who cannot afford to send their children to public school. Although public school is officially free for all Cambodian children, families are still required to pay for school uniforms, books and supplies....

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Mobile Library

The Mobile Library travels every day bringing books, game, and lessons to areas where M’Lop Tapang does not have a physical presence but there is a high concentration of children in need. The Mobile library often represents the first...

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Community Based Education

Many children and families cannot access the M’Lop Tapang Education Center on a daily basis and as a result, cannot take advantage of the educational classes held there. To address this challenge, non-formal education is provided at M’Lop Tapang’s...

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Distance Education

Distance Education M’Lop Tapang supports education activities at four small villages outside of the Sihanoukville area. These villages include Sre Ambel, Steung Hav, Chomkar Knhey Keo, and Kam Penh. Support is in the form of funding local teaching staff,...

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Special Needs Class

Under the direction of the Education Team, a daily (Monday – Saturday) class for children with special needs is held at M’Lop Tapang’s Education Center. These are children and youth with autism, Down’s syndrome, suspected fetal alcohol syndrome or...