The Ministry of Education launches its national early grade learning programme.
Education Ministry launches of its national early grade learning programme.
Education Ministry celebrates success by dishing out over $50,000 to international silverware winning athletes.
Education Ministry and Unesco celebrates International Literacy Day in Siem Reap.
The Ministry of Education, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports has concluded a four-day educational and instructional sports doping workshop on Friday in Koh Kong province.
Sar Sokha, Secretary of State for Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, and President of Cambodian Student Sports Federation has met student athletes set to represent Cambodia at the 11th ASEAN School Games 2019 which will take place from tomorrow in Semarang – Central Java, Indonesia.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between NagaWorld and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport earlier last week, entailing a year-long sponsorship of education materials and stationery sets to 55 primary schools in 11 provinces.
MoU for education materials.
Education Ministry supports Ouk Chaktrang Fed. host the 2019 National Champ.
NagaWorld Kind Hearts continues in planting 570 trees in schools in Koh Kong.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport announced sponsorship of Cambodian athletes to participate in the Asian Sepak Takraw Championships which gets underway today in Kunming, Yunnan, China.
It is a cliché to say that Cambodia lacks a research culture. It is also not uncommon to hear phrases such as “no reading culture,” “no research culture,” or “limited research” in the context of Cambodia.
Education Ministry is encouraging disabled students to apply for scholarships.
The Ministry of Education is encouraging disabled students to apply for scholarships.
The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) in collaboration with some of the country’s financial institutions, with the support of The Ministry of Education and The Ministry of Women’s Affairs spearheaded the very first Financial Literacy event in Cambodia at Aeon Mall Sen Sok City on April 23.
The Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport, dished out over 475 million riel – almost $120,000 – to medal-winning athletes yesterday in recognition of their success representing Cambodia in the international sporting arena.
Koica signs for a project to build a startup incubation centre.
Events: Approach to the Wise – Balance for Better – Wedu & British Embassy IWD 2019 – 4th National Reading Day
Anchor Beer takes the wraps off the Anchor International Beach Volleyball Carnival 2019, which for the 2nd time in Cambodia.
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training and UNESCO jointly held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17.
Over the recent years, we’ve always heard and seen the government – the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport specifically – doing its best to educate students on the effects of Valentine’s Day.
The Ministry of Education allocates its current budget expenditure for 2019.
The kingdom’s national olympic committee chairs a progress report meeting.
Ministry of Education presides over an awards ceremony to medallist athletes.
Youth Union draws 31 teams for the sixth Inter-Governmental Football Competition.
NagaWorld joins Ministries and City Hall to achieve a cleaner and greener Cambodia.
Because of the success of Think!Think! app in its three-month trial in Cambodia, the Hanamaru Lab has decided to continue introducing and implementing the innovative app to more schools and students around the kingdom.
“Let’s Read” is a regional project initiated and ran by the Asia foundation, an international organisation that works in over 10 countries including Cambodia.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS), in response to the growth of the economy and society, has developed an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Education strategy and is now integrating it into the national curriculum for students from Grade 4 to Grade 12.
Opening wide doors for Cambodian youths to experience and understand Japan – its culture, traditions and developments – the Embassy of Japan and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held the JENESYS 2018 youth exchange programme at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on October 25.