2019: A year in review
21 décembre 2019

As the calendar year draws to a close, all of us at Aide et Action Southeast Asia would like to extend our deepest gratitude to our supporters, donors, partners, staff and beneficiaries who have made it an impactful year.

Across our programmes in Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, and Vietnam, we have continued to reach those who need us most and offer increased access to quality education. Our inclusive approach also reached parents and communities offering opportunities to improve knowledge, increase livelihoods and create sustainable change.

From offering adult literacy classes in China to improving nutrition knowledge in Lao PDR – where 44% of children under 5 are classified as stunted – we are seeing the power of education to transform lives. Our work in Cambodia, reaching out of school children, made international headlines this year from an article published in The Independent to videos being showcased at the Human Rights Council’s Social Forum in Geneva and the 2019 WISE Summit in Doha, Qatar. We also took the lessons learned from our early childhood care and education (ECCE) projects in Vietnam and Cambodia to the stage at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Early Childhood Development in Hanoi, Vietnam this month.

Stories from the field

We are delighted to have opportunities to share our stories of change and to work with partners around the world to advance the cause of a child’s right to education:

We look forward to pushing for further progress in 2020. Thank you for your support. 

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Actualités, Blog|Stories, Stories, Asie du sud est, Accès et qualité de l’éducation, Inclusion

Community volunteer work strengthens children’s literacy in Cambodia

In rural Cambodia, Action Education (formerly Aide et Action) is working with local nonprofit Youth Star Cambodia and their community volunteers to support out-of-school children. The work is led by The Cambodian Consortium For Out of School Children in partnership with Educate A Child, a global program of the Education Above All Foundation.

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