Current Projects

Home-Based Reading Project

Funded by the World Bank, the Home-Based Reading project aims to increase the amount, quality, and effectiveness of students’ at-home reading behaviors. This one-year project will be implemented in Kampong Thom and Battambang provinces, specifically targeting Grade 2 students and

UNESCO Basic Education Equivalency Program

The Basic Education Equivalency Program (BEEP) is a three-year innovative, mobile learning initiative led by UNESCO and the Royal Government of Cambodia to provide out-of-school-youth with a distance-learning alternative education pathway towards earning 9th grade equivalency and completion of Lower

World Bank REACH: Track and Trace

Results-Based Financing for Enhancing Book Distribution in Cambodia Since 2017, World Education, Inc. and John Snow, Inc. (JSI) have received funding from the World Bank under the Reach for Reading initiative to help improve the transparency and accountability of the

All Children Reading-Cambodia and All Children Learning

Supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development, the All Children Reading-Cambodia (ACR-C) and All Children Learning (ACL) projects are working to improve the early grade reading (EGR) skills of children in upper pre-school, Grades 1 and 2 in Cambodia.

McGovern-Dole Food For Education Project

The McGovern-Dole Food For Education (FFE) project is a three-year program supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to improve food security, expand access to primary education, promote early childhood development, and enhance learning outcomes in Cambodia. In collaboration with

Total Reading Approach for Children Plus (TRAC+)

The Total Reading Approach for Children Plus (TRAC+) project builds on the success of the innovative Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC) project (2012- 2014), which was funded under the All Children Reading Grand Challenge, a consortium of donors including USAID, World Vision,

Digital Technology for Financial Empowerment

Financial products and services can be confusing to navigate- especially for people living in poverty in rural communities. With many trying to navigate banking for the first time, it is difficult to know who to trust. However, it is these very products and

Good Return

Good Return is the Asia-Pacific regional microfinance intiative of World Education. Good Return has a regional office in Cambodia that supports several partnerships and programs in collaboration with World Education Cambodia. Good Return works in partnership with the Cambodian Microfinance