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Education NGO Program Intervention Mapping 2016

Jan-14-2018

The success and final outcome of this mapping report would not have been possible without the guidance, assistance, and cooperation of many people. An appreciation must go to Mr. Chin Chanveasna for his overall strategic direction, as well as his effort in sending out individual emails to hundreds of education NGOs to complete the survey. We are immensely grateful to Ms. Isabelle Mischke for her comments and editing support of this report and Ms. Shannon Meehan for her contribution to improve the study design, survey questionnaire and report. Mr. Thovy Hsandy is to be thanked for supporting the fieldwork and to European Union, Misereor, and UNICEF for generous funding support. Many other staff at NEP also deserve our appreciation for their essential logistical and administrative support during the study and the publication of this report. Last but not least, the authors are extremely grateful for the valuable time and effort of NGOs who took part in completing the survey and participatEducation NGO Program Intervention Mapping 2016

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Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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Vulnerable and Marginalised Children’s Access to, Learning and Participation in School

Feb-07-2018

In Cambodia, Plan International has targeted efforts to increase marginalised and vulnerable children’s access to education, learning and has promoted child participation. However, Plan recognises that marginalised and vulnerable children still face challenges. This study is designed to identify the types of vulnerable and marginalised children in Plan’s target areas, and identify the political and system factors, social and community factors, school factors1, that prevent full participation in education, learning and decision-making. The objectives of the study are: 1) To analyse the situation and challenges experienced by vulnerable and marginalised children (particularly children in Plan’s sponsorship and children with disabilities) in relation to access to education, learning opportunities in school and participating in school activities (learning group, children club or other event) and out of school activities significant for their development and growth;

NGO name: Plan International

Year: 2018

Document type: Other Research

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Effective Teaching Hours in Primary Schools

Feb-07-2018

The overall role of NGOs Education Partnership (NEP) is to create a coordinated partnership that facilitates communication and collaboration between the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports (MoEYS), NGOs and Donors working within the education sector. The rebuilding of the Cambodian education system continues to face many constraints, including critical shortages of human, material and financial resources, the NEP seeks to improve the impact and efficiency of NGO interventions in response to Government initiatives through the creation of a pro-active interchange on educational issues and policies. NEP believes that education is a key factor in working towards the country’s socioeconomic development. Inevitably it takes time before a better-educated youth can turn their educational gain into improved livelihoods that will have impact at a national level. General education is very important in building basic skills of the future labor force. However, the impact of investments in education, more in particular in basic education, are rarely shown in direct results and have yet to be fully surveyed and analyzed.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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EDUCATION NGO REPORT 2006

Feb-07-2018

The Education NGO Report is an attempt to document the activities of NGOs working in Education in Cambodia. It is the culmination of information gathered from a number of sources including: a survey that was sent out to NEP member organizations as well as other identified NGOs known to be providing education services, three ESP/ESSP trainings, and one reflection workshop. Additionally information was drawn from national and international policy and planning documents, project reports, submissions to EDUCAM, Consultative Group Meetings, NEP Board, staff and member meetings, as well as meetings with MoEYS and donors. In their NGO Directory, the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) lists 56 organizations that identify education as their primary focus. The NGO survey conducted by NEP received completed surveys from 48 NEP member organizations and 1 non-member NGO. While the data collected is by no means exhaustive, the sample is nevertheless sufficient to draw broad conclusions about the work being done by NGOs in the education sector in Cambodia.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

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Education NGO Report 2007

Feb-07-2018

Education is seen by the Government of Cambodia as a priority for poverty reduction and an integral element of the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP). Nevertheless, NGOs remain challenged in their efforts fulfill the six goal areas addressed in Education For All. The purpose of this report, produced by NGO Education Partnership (NEP), is to capture contributions made by Cambodia’s NGO community and NGO networks to the education sector during 2007 within each of the six EFA goal areas. This 2007 Education NGO Report reflects the contributions of 50 surveyed education NGOs.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

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Reaching Vulnerable Children : Evaluation Home-Based Early Childhood Education Program in Cambodia

Feb-07-2018

Based on the Education Congress Report 2012/2013, there are 5,470 pre-schools (an increase of 345 schools from 2011/2012), out of which there are 2,813 public pre-schools (an increase of 238 public pre-schools from 2011/12 - there are 202 detached preschools, an increase of 5 schools). There are 348 private preschools (an increase of 117 schools), and there are 2,309 community preschools (a decrease of 10 schools). There are 8,090 pre-school classes (an increase of 701 classes), out of which there are 4,248 public pre-school classes (an increase of 242), whereas the total number of private pre-school classes is 1,423 (an increase of 509); and there are 2,419 community pre-schools (a decline of 50 classes).

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

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A Survey of the NGO Non-Formal Education (NFE) Sector in Cambodia

Feb-07-2018

The Government with assistance from the international community, NGOs and Development Partners are working very hard together to achieve the targets. Guided by the EFA framework, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) formulated a five year Education Strategic Plan (ESP) 2009-13 to progress the implementation of the EFA. MoEYS has previously reported on the significant effort to promote and enhance the quality of education in general and in particular to promote literacy and skills retention among disadvantaged and vulnerable groups who live in remote, rural and mountainous areas along the borders of the country (Department of Non-Formal Education, 2008).

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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គណនេយ្យភាពរបស់សាលារៀន ២០១៦

Feb-07-2018

បច្ចុប្បន្ននេះការអប់រំគឺជាចំណុចសំខាន់ជាងគេបំផុតចំពោះរបៀបវារៈនៃការអភិវឌ្ឍ និងនយោបាយរបស់ ប្រទេសភាគច្រើននៅលើសកលលោក។ ប្រទេសនីមួយកំពុងតែធ្វើការដើម្បីនាំមកនូវការអប់រំដែលមាន សមធម៌ និងបានចូលរៀនប្រកបដោយគុណភាពខ្ពស់សម្រាប់ប្រជាជនរបស់ខ្លួន។ បើគិត ពីគុណភាពអប់រំ គំរូនៃការកំណត់គុណភាពអប់រំដែលអាចធ្វើទៅបានគឺគំរូនៃដំណើរការនៃការផលិត (production-function model) ទោះបីជាគំរូនេះហួសសម័យទៅហើយក៏ដោយ។ រហូតមកដល់ពេល ថ្មីៗនេះ ដំណើរការដែលពាក់ព័ន្ធនឹងអ្វីដែលកំពុងកើតឡើងនៅតាមសាលារៀន និងជាមួយគ្រូបង្រៀន បានក្លាយទៅជាកត្តាដ៏ចំបងបំផុតក្នុងការផលិតនូវសិស្សដែលទទួលបានលទ្ធផលនៃការសិក្សាខ្ពស់ជាមួយ នឹងចំនួនថវិកាដែលមានដូចគ្នា។ ស្របជាមួយនឹងចំណុចនេះ ក្នុងរយៈកាលពីរបី ទសវត្សកន្លងមកនេះ ពាក្យគណនេយ្យភាព បានលេចឡើងជាញឹកញាប់នៅក្នុងសេចក្តីថ្លែងការនយោបាយ និងការស្រាវជ្រាវស្តី ពីគុណភាពអប់រំ។

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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RAPID MAPPING OF NGOS WORKING IN EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Feb-07-2018

NGO Education Partnership (NEP) has mobilized more than 130 education NGOs to join together as members to address common issues in the education sector. In order to convene spaces for policy dialogue and coordination based on technical areas of expertise, NEP has founded sub-sector groups including the Primary Education Sub-Sector Group and the Non-Formal Education Sub-Sector Group. In 2016, with a call from members to further enhance the effectiveness of NGOs working on disability issues and build collective strength, NEP has organized more than 20 NGOs to join the newly formed thematic Working Group on Education and Disabilities (WGED).

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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FINANCIAL DISBURSEMENT FOR COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTRES

Feb-07-2018

Based on the Education Congress Report 2014, there were 347 education sector CLCs in Cambodia, 23 of which were implemented by NGOs and 324 of which were operated by MoEYS. 337 of these were reported to be operational in 2014 with a total of 671 skill-training classes. The total program enrolment was 9916 learners (Female 63%), and 85.9% of the total learners were reported to have completed programs...

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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Right to Education in Cambodia

Feb-07-2018

This study of The Right to Education in Cambodia is part of a global project of UNESCO to review national legal and policy frameworks regarding the right to education. In the Asia- Pacific region, the project is coordinated by UNESCO Bangkok with studies conducted in Cambodia and Thailand in 2013. NEP collaborated with VSO and UNESCO to conduct community-level research on children’s experience of their Rights to Education (RTE) to identify successes and challenges in the implementation of policies related to these rights in basic education (grades 1 – 9). In Cambodia, people have a right to nine years of free education. Analysis followed the 4A’s (Accessibility, Acceptibility, Availability and Adaptability) framework developed by Profesor Katarina Tomaševski (former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education).

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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EDUCATION NGO REPORT 2009

Feb-07-2018

The 2009 Education NGO report provides an overview of the projects and programs of surveyed NGOs which are striving to improve accessibility and quality of education for all in Cambodia. Key contributions and challenges have been included as a means of promoting dialogue and policy discussions among relevant stakeholders. Primary and secondary data were collected to establish the evidence base for this report. Primary data were collected from 85 NGOs (43 NEP members and 42 nonmembers) in 17 provinces and Phnom Penh City.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

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TEACHING MATTERS

Feb-07-2018

Valuing Teachers reports have been produced by VSO in 13 developing countries to date, with the purpose of assisting in the application of policies designed to improve accessibility and quality of education. The programmes conducting the research are now working with governments and their civil partners to find ways of implementing ecommendations drawn from the reports.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 2.39 MB

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The Impact of Preschools on Early Childhood Education in Cambodia

Feb-07-2018

Cambodian culture has traditionally kept very young children at home and relied on older children to look after them. In rural areas especially, where the alternative of keeping children in child care centers is limited and where parents are very busy with livelihood activities, older children are more frequently enrolled late in grade 1, and often drop out or miss class to look after the younger children. Preschools are intended to improve grade 1 enrolment rates, and reduce late enrollment and repetition rates in grade 1.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 420.07 KB

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EDUCATION NGO REPORT 2008

Feb-07-2018

The 2008 Education NGO Report seeks to provide an accessible, qualitative overview of what is happening in education, reported through an education NGO lens. It is intended to reflect the nature of education NGO work which deals with challenging issues at national, sub-national and grassroots levels. We hope this information will help a broad readership address priorities for change. NGO Education Partnership (NEP) could not have produced this report without the full cooperation of the 80 education NGOs that took the time to complete the comprehensive National Education NGO Inventory survey.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 449.37 KB

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A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FOR QUALITY EDUCATION

Feb-07-2018

The study focused on the perception of the target respondents on the quality of education in terms of community involvement. The study was conducted in three selected provinces; Battambang, Kampong Cham and Kampot. Those provinces were chosen primarily because NEP considered they already have existing education partners in those areas so mobilization of resources and people were manageable (i.e. arrangement of schedules, coordinating with local authorities and identified focal points) and also, those three provinces were among the biggest and most populated. The study was delimited to 600 respondents (200 households per province).

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 786.72 KB

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Assessing the Impact of Incentives on Teacher Motivation

Feb-07-2018

The specific current situation, 50.5% of teachers surveyed mentioned that they were very motivated and over thirty-three percent (33.7%) said fairly motivated. The most common reasons for being motivated are that they want to help students have knowledge and want to provide good education, and love teaching. Overall, 67% felt that their career is interesting or very interesting.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 3.03 MB

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PROMOTING RIGHTS IN SCHOOLS

Feb-07-2018

NEP has worked together with Action Aid Cambodia on a Promoting Rights in Schools (PRS) project. Action Aid Cambodia aimed at actively engaging parents, children, teachers, unions, communities and local civil society organisations in collectively monitoring and improving the quality of public education. PRS offers a set of practical tools that can be used as a basis for mobilization, advocacy and campaigning. PRS is based on 10 clearly stated rights derived from national legal instruments (e.g. the Constitution), international human rights conventions and policy, and discussions with communities and schools. This report will investigate to what extent children in Cambodian primary schools experience the ten rights.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 4.61 MB

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Report on The Exchanged Field Visit in Siem Reap Province on Community Learning Centers (CLCs)

Feb-07-2018

This study tour was designed to build program capacity of NGO members, especially to deepen their knowledge about CLC access, quality, networking, ownership and community participation. Apart from that, through this field visit NGO members in NFE sector and concerned government ministries staff could share their best practices, ideas and experiences on Community Learning Centers (CLCs) to each other. The team left for Siem Reap on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, and arrived in town at around 3.30 p.m. A small discussion was held on the bus where introductions were made and a review of the program.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 816.09 KB

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Life Skills Practices in Cambodia

Feb-07-2018

The aim of the study was to analysis the status of Life Skills implementation within NEP members with a particular focus on implementation at basic education level (grades 1 -9) within the state school system. From a first analysis of the relevant documents, emerged the need to clarify and distinguish between the terms “Life Skills” and “Local Life Skills”. Local Life Skills can be considered a sub-group inside the general group of Life Skills and addresses the practical side of life skills application and also the more immediate application.

NGO name: NGO Education Partnership

Year: 2018

Document type: NEP Research

Size: 1.37 MB

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