We're making education more accessible
Education is key to most of ADRA’s programs for both adults and children. Programs have specifically focused on ensuring that adults have the basic literacy and numeracy skills to be able to adapt and learn as economics and social time change. Participatory methods such as Reflect2 have been used to expand local community members’ opportunities to learn. Key areas of learning have included how to increase family income, the dangers of human trafficking and the importance safe migration, and how to be a better parent. Primary and early childhood education opportunities are supported where libraries and school buildings were constructed with ongoing support to teachers and students.
Preah Vihear Province
Jombok Hoas is a non-profit facility operated since 2004 by ADRA Cambodia. Situated in the dense forests, Jombok Hoas was created to give Cambodians an opportunity for increasing various life skills through Adventure learning.
Kravanh District, Kondieng District and suburb of Pursat town, Pursat Province, January 2023 – December 2025
Improved community, economic and learning environments for poor and vulnerable Reflect Circle (RC) members and their families in Kandieng district, Kravahn District and rural villages around Pursat Town, Pursat Province, Cambodia.
Beungbot Kandol Commune, Bakan District, Pursat Province, September 2014 – August 2024
Improved community, economic and learning environments for poor and preschools, vulnerable Reflect Circle (RC) members and households in Beungbot Kandol commune, Bakan district, Pursat Province, Cambodia.
Chhouk Ksach commune and Baray commune, Baray District, Kampong Thom province, February 2013 – December 2023
The project aims to enable children under six years to obtain a better foundation to peruse good quality education.