A report by our partner ConCultures who are currently working with UWS in Cambodia. “Passion is permanently present and notable in all UWS actions”.
August 2014 news from UWS. Covering libraries, high school pathway, teacher houses, music teaching programme, and new schools in Cambodia and Myanmar.
Here’s a message from UWS on why promoting girls’ education in communities beyond the reach of mainstream society is so vital. #GirlsEducation
This article is a summary of Ian’s full report, “United World Schools – A research project evaluating the impact of delivering and establishing primary education in remote rural indigenous villages in Northeast Cambodia” (with download).
UWS O Tabok School in Cambodia opened in October 2014 supported by Fitzwilliam College
The first UWS school, Korng Nork was built and opened in 2008 with support from the Howarth family and their friends. To this day, the school’s running costs are sponsored by friends of the family.
Photos from UWS Dor School, Cambodia and the surrounding village. With thanks to UWS partner ConCultures who took the majority of the photos.
Opened in 2011 in the Andoung Meas region of Ratanakiri, UWS Kah School serves families of the Kachock tribe, one of the smaller groups in the area. Partnered with West Island School, Hong Kong
UWS Dor School, Cambodia opened for its first term in October 2014. The school is partnered with the British School of Tokyo