Cambodia Education Sector Support Project
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Cambodia Education Sector Support Project short report on activities August 2005-October 2008 revised and added to in November 2008. by

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Published by Ministry of Education Youth and Sport in [Phnom Penh] .
Written in English


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ContributionsCambodia. Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport.
The Physical Object
Pagination107 p. :
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24095332M
LC Control Number2009332014

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The World Bank Cambodia, under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP), provided financial assistance on international and national costs to secure PISA-D can reach this stage and further, particularly in the use of its results after the official launching for strengthening education quality in Cambodia. IDA funds helped with the education and training of 24, teachers, as a result of World Bank testing of the Khmer language, with the results showing a deficiency in reading. The IDA helped create the Cambodia Education Sector Support Project, which allowed children to receive assessments to alter the way the teachers would be trained. The Education Sector Development Program (ESDP), approved in December , comprised two loans: a policy loan of $20 million to support an education sector reform program, and an investment loan of $18 million to improve access to quality education for Cambodia’s impoverished students, especially girls and ethnic minority children How is Cambodia Education Sector Support Project (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) abbreviated? CESSP stands for Cambodia Education Sector Support Project (Phnom Penh, Cambodia). CESSP is defined as Cambodia Education Sector Support Project (Phnom Penh, .

The World Bank’s work in helping to establish national assessments through the Cambodia Education Sector Support Project (CESSP ) and constant support for the national assessment team in the ensuing years, contributed to the establishment of a dedicated National Assessment office in the newly established Department of Education. IDA Credit: US$ million equivalent Terms: Maturity = 38 years, Grace = 6 years Project ID: P Project Description: The objectives of the project are to improve the quality and relevance of higher education and research mainly in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and agriculture at targeted higher education institutions, and to improve . This study validates the completion report's assessment of the project, which was expected to increase access to better quality basic education, thus elevating the educational attainment of new entrants into the workforce and thereby contributing to poverty reduction in Cambodia. The Government of Cambodia is currently preparing for the Second Education Sector Support Project (SESSP) in the amount of US$ millions with the funding from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), which the World Bank administers.

Books for Cambodia seeks to promote English reading at the primary, secondary, and tertiary education levels. The project is also striving to help universities, government institutions and NGOs to create a culture of reading in Cambodia and enable access to books of . Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) Project. Project Description. The IBEC Project is a 5-year project funded by USAID through World Education piloting innovative interventions that promote access and quality. School assistance is provided over a 3-year development cycle to help ensure sustainability. It began it UNESCO Cambodia’s support of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport to provide an immediate response to the impact of COVID on learning 31/03/ BEEP Provides Supplementary Online Learning to Lower Secondary School Students. Positively, Cambodia’s higher education sector is attempting improvements like better access to and the quality of higher education. Overall, Cambodia is experiencing some instability. Concerns including malnourishment, poverty, lack of education, and child protection remain throughout the country for the most vulnerable families.