Hong is a peer educator trained by World Education’s AIMS project to share information about safety and migration with her peers. You can read more about her story and the AIMS project in this success story.
With a goal of reducing the vulnerability of migrant youth to trafficking, exploitation, and abuse, the Youth on the Move project has been in operation for over five years. This factsheet describes the three intervention areas of the program in detail.
This September participants in World Education’s Youth on the Move project published the first of a series of newsletters. The newsletter, written in Khmer with design and photography by youth participants, gives highlights from project workshops as well as health and safety information.
A report on a program officer’s trip to Cambodia to visit World Education’s project sites in rural schools.
Arunny is a 9th-grade student who is training to become a leader in her school and community with World Education’s Youth on the Move Program. 2015.
World Education’s IBEC Project, which concluded in 2014, was a $10 million, 5-year project funded by USAID. The project aimed to improve the quality of education in Cambodian primary and secondary schools by addressing a number of factors, from teacher training and curriculum development to water and sanitation, and to involve stakeholders at local, provincial, and national levels.