Empowering isolated Cambodian communities through education in English literacy, moral development, environmenal awareness and health.  

Visit to Matai CORDE in Sambok Ork Village

Posted June 17th, 2011 by Ridvan Kang with Comments Off

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On Friday the 27th May 2011 Chao Hav, Ing Chanserey and I were privileged to be invited to the parents gathering at Matai (Khmer for kindergarten) CORDE in Sambok Ork Village Battambang, managed by Ms Sao Sokunthea. There were 5 mothers and 1 father at the parents’ meeting, together with Sao Sokunthea and her assistant teacher, Ms Sao. To give you some background information on Matai CORDE  in Sambok Ork Village, there were 22 students enrolled and attending the Matai program, however since Khmer New Year, only 15 students have been attending. Sao Sokunthea visited family homes throughout Sambok Ork reminding them of Matai CORDE and encouraged 5 more families to send their children to Matai.

World Environment Day at UniED 2011

Posted June 6th, 2011 by Song Reaksa with No Comments

World Environment Day at UniED 2011

On Sunday 5th June 2011, our teachers and over 30 students came to UniED to work happily on improving the universities grounds for World Environment Day (WED). We were divided into 6 groups. One group beautified the building while three groups made a garden in front of the building and planted fruit, vegetables and flowers. The last two groups used the waste like grass from the garden preparation, dried leaves and other vegetables to make a compost fertilizer. We particularly enjoyed working together with our teachers.


Posted June 1st, 2011 by Hamphira with 2 Comments

Celebrating the opening of CCL16 in Kampot

On Wednesday 4th May 2011 CORDE’s Community Education and Development Field Officers Mr Yom Ya and Miss Ing Chanthoeurth celebrated the opening of CCL16 by holding a workshop on ‘The importance of education’ from 2pm to 5pm. The new CCL is located in Thmey Village, Thmey Commune, Toeuk Chhou District, Kampot Province. 50 community members attended the workshop and celebration. During the workshop Miss Ing Chanthoeurth talked to the community about CORDE’s background and why they provide English Literacy and Khmer Moral Development education in rural areas across Cambodia.