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NagaWorld collaborates with Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport to improve education in Cambodia

Anith Adilah Othman / Khmer Times Share:
NagaWorld and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport sign MOU to improve education in Cambodia.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between NagaWorld and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport yesterday, entailing a year-long sponsorship of education materials and stationery sets to 55 primary schools in 11 provinces.

As one of the key pillars of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, NagaWorld has always been giving a heavy focus on to Education Enhancement in the Kingdom. This partnership will also include essential learning opportunities such as fire safety awareness and donation of fire extinguishers to selected secondary and high schools.

Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony at the Ministry, NagaWorld Managing Director Mr Pern Chen expressed his gratitude for the support shown by the Ministry, seeing as education development plays a crucial role in nation-building.

55 primary schools are set to receive study materials and stationery contributions from NagaWorld.

“Since 2014, we have contributed towards a better learning environment and provided educational materials alongside conducting various activities focusing on education, sports and the environment for more than 181,000 students in over 100 schools across 10 provinces in Cambodia.

“This year, we have extended our reach to include one more province. We hope our contributions will particularly help the underprivileged families who struggle to afford basic study items for their children,” he said yesterday.

Mr Pern added that NagaWorld has also conducted fire safety workshops for the benefit of nearly 5,000 students over the past two years.

The Fire Safety Awareness programme has been running at all secondary and high schools in Phnom Penh and will be expanded to Kandal, Kampong Speu and Takeo provinces this year.

The sessions are conducted by members of NagaWorld’s in-house Fire Safety Department to educate students on fire prevention and fire safety awareness, with fire extinguishers donated to schools.

NagaWorld will expand its Fire Safety Awareness programme to more schools and provinces.

“With this MoU, we will also expand our Fire Safety Awareness programme to more schools, essentially to educate our communities and help protect them from the devastating effects of fires,” he said.

Minister of Education, Youth and Sport H.E. Dr Hang Chuon Naron said: “We sincerely appreciate the valuable contributions and commitment from NagaWorld to support the education sector development in Cambodia and providing essential life-saving fire prevention knowledge to our students and communities,” he said.

Meanwhile, the distribution of stationery sets is conducted by NagaWorld Kind Hearts volunteers at the respective primary school compounds involving students in Grades 1-6. This would hopefully motivate them to study hard for their future. Prizes are also given to stellar students as encouragement to strive for improvement in their efforts and not to lose sight of their goals.

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