Tagged: Non Formal Education

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Impact In Bangkok!

Impact in the NGO world may sometimes appear to those from outside that world to be entirely defined by numbers – reports featuring x amount of persons reached by x teams, x amount of services delivered,...

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A School Is Born!

Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a fast -growing city. What were once underdeveloped poor community neighborhoods are being targeted by developers, bringing in large workforces to complete massive building projects. These workers most often bring...

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Off The Dumpsite!

  Venny from our Lao PDR project contacted us with some great news this week.  The program works with 120 children, youth and caretakers from scavenger families who live on the city dumpsite, KM36,...

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Little Big Worlds Come To Kaliyan Mith

Dorette, our Kaliyan Mith (KM) program Technical Advisor for Non-Formal Education (NFE) in Siem Reap, Cambodia, sends us information on some amazing collaborative arts workshops that took place there this week – read on...

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Education In Action – Toolbox Training At Siem Reap

  Friends-International believes in developing strong working relationships and partnerships within relevant sectors of all countries we work in. Our CYTI Alliance program not only fosters partnership and cooperation between NGO’s, but also between...

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Let The Children Play!

Innovation in play, and the great work done by our Drop-In teams! This update from the Thai/Cambodia border comes from Vuthy, Aranyaprathet Project Manager. “Peuan Peuan Aran Drop In Center is located right in...

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Taking Steps To Beat Alcoholism In Siem Reap

In 2012 the Friends program Kaliyan Mith Siem Reap began working in two communities – Mondul 3 and Chong K’neas. These were identified as having high levels of school drop-out, poverty and other vulnerabilities....

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‘Shifting Impressions… Work And The City’

Another glimpse into life in Phnom Penh and the work of Friends-International from our Communications volunteers, Kesh and Thea, reflecting on their first few weeks here and offering sage advice on keeping your wits...

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Orientation – Day One

Second post from our two young British Communications volunteers, Kesh and Thea. It’s time for them to find about the field work that our programs undertake… ‘ “Hey Friend!”, “You want to be my...

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Family Matters!

On International Families Day, one Cambodian mother recalls how the Mith Samlanh program supported her to keep her family together… ‘My husband died leaving me with six children, so I moved to Phnom Penh...

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A Week Of Sharing (and more!) At Friends

This week has seen Friends Board Members, Program Directors, International Coordinators, managers and staff from across the world gathering together in Phnom Penh at the FI HQ building for our annual sharing meeting. This...

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Graduation Day!

Menghourng Ngo reports on the excitement and achievement of the Mith Samlanh graduation ceremony held last week in Phnom Penh. ‘On Friday last week, Mith Samlanh held a graduation ceremony for its students at...