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Unfair Treatment of Women Persists in Cambodia

Although small gains have been made, in general Cambodian woman still fall behind their male peers regarding education and positions within the labor market. According to a study conducted by the International Labor Organizatio...
by Ashleigh Brown
 

 
 

Cambodia to Teach Anti-corruption in Schools

The Prime Minister of Cambodia, Hun Sen, declared that the state will incorporate anti-corruption curricula into the national school system. This decision came in time for International Anti-Corruption Day. It is also a respons...
by Amanda Lubit
 

 
 
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We’re Giving New Doctors a Boost at Angkor Hospital for Children

This September, Open Equal Free provided a study skills training program to Angkor Hospital for Children’s (AHC) medical residency program in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Like in much of the developing world, even advanced degree...
by OEF Team
 

 

 
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WISE Awards: Six Innovative Projects in Education

The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) awarded six projects from around the world for their innovative and diverse approach to issues challenging global education. Selected from a group of 24 finalists (and 1,600 appl...
by Alice Formwalt
 

 
 

Share of the Week!

Share of the Week is open content stuff so great and awesome that we can’t keep it to ourselves. Creative Commons Love: Trey Ratcliff on Flickr.com
by Ling Shu
 

 
 

Malaysia Supports Regional ASEAN Education Collaborative

Malaysia has voiced its support to help create a “diffuse” educational framework across the borders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) member countries by utilizing the uniform, ASEAN Single Window (AS...
by Lauren Riggs
 

 

 

Parts of Southeast Asia See Internet Boom

The internet has become more prevalent in my neck of the woods, and I couldn’t be more excited about the possibilities this creates for better education in Cambodia and in developing countries nearby. According to Interne...
by Travis Thompson
 

 
 

Open Equal Free Chief Going to Laos on a Fulbright!

We couldn’t be prouder of our Nerd-in-Chief Michael Jones.  He’s been awarded a Fulbright research grant to study education in rural Laos. He’s spent a lot of his career in schools in Thailand and Cambodia, s...
by Travis Thompson
 

 
 

New Report Finds Preschools in Cambodia Doing Good

Researchers at the University of Hong Kong, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Beijing Normal University, Cornell University, and California Polytechnic State University have recently published an article in the journal Child Devel...
by Michael Jones