New Preschool in Kep Province
25 février 2015

Two community preschools are recently constructed in Prey Thom and Pong Teouk commune, Kep province.

Proposed by the local commune councils with the financial support of Aide et Action, this project is prioritized for these communes as until now, any infrastructure nearby allows the children aged from 3 to 5 years old to access to early childhood education. Thanks to this, the children can start to learn since the early age, to play and to live in group.

To do this, the teachers were meticulously selected and provided with continuous training conducted by the project team in the close collaboration with the provincial department of Education. The schooling materials and the necessary pedagogical tools were also distributed.

“This class contributes well to the development of education system in my commune. My team collaborates well with the association in order to assure the durable functioning of this class”, told Mr. Hout, chef of Pong Toeuk commune.

“Of course, I will send my child to study as it allows him to develop the knowledge, the hygiene and the politeness. In addition, I have enough time to work”, added Mr. Dara, a father of a 4 years old boy.

It is the 10th community preschool that Aide et Action in the collaboration with the commune councils constructed in order to promote early childhood education in Kep province.

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