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 Secondary School credential. BEEP enables Cambodian youth to complete their basic education through self-paced, blended and flexible learning modalities while continuing their work. The completion of basic education through BEEP will help them find better jobs or pursue further education to enhance their job competencies and life skills.

World Education’s EdTech Center will assist creation and management of a Moodle-based Learning Management system and will provide capacity building training to the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport Department of Information Technology and the Institute of Technology Cambodia staff.

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