On 18th March, 2015 in Cambodia we were honoured to be joined by the Ratanakiri Provincial Governor at a celebration ceremony recognising that we have now put over 5,000 children into education.
We recently visited the Burmese village of Hway Air to see what it will take to support the children who live in the village with no school to attend.
Might not look like much, but it matters – 1st lesson ever at UWS Hansea School, Shan State Myanmar #TeachersMatter
10 ways in which schools can use a UWS School Partnership to enrich their International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum.
Bunthen, our Cambodia Education Manager, working with village community teachers. These teachers work alongside government teachers in UWS schools.
A short summary of United World Schools plan to build at least another 20 schools and have reached over 10,000 of the world’s poorest children in 2015.
A report by Cora and Lizzie, from our Partner School Red Maids’ in Bristol, who volunteered as part of the UWS Cambodia Team from October – December 2014.
A profile of UWS School community teacher Seng Ven of Takok Phnong School, Camodia. Ven teaches the grade 2 class and tutors older students in the evenings.
It’s been a great year for UWS and (more importantly) for the communities we serve in Cambodia and Myanmar. Here’s UWS in Numbers from 2014