Education in Cambodia has become a national priority. The proportion of public spending for education has increased, and important efforts have been made to build more schools, improve teacher training, and spur universal access to elementary and middle school education. Dropout rates among poor students are high and illiteracy rates, particularly for women, are amongst the highest in the region.
Teach deserving children in Samraong, Cambodia.The school has about 230 eager to learn students that attend on a regular basis as when they are not at the school.There are two main objectives at this project. Firstly education, and secondly, trying to offer to better future for under-developed children from poor and remote areas.
Rejoindre une mission humanitaire au Cambodge peut être un véritable défi, mais également une expérience extrêmement gratifiante. Que vous soyez en année de césure, en congés, ou en pause dans votre carrière professionnelle, vous participez à l’amélioration des conditions de vie des enfants et de la population locale.
The health system in Cambodia is one of the weakest in Southeast Asia. While tremendous improvements have been made since the fall of the Khmer Rouge, deficiencies across all areas remain. Public health awareness remains an issue, as do diseases like HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and hepatitis. Most public hospitals lack resources and manpower, and the level of treatment offered is generally subpar.
Cambodia has recorded impressive economic growth in the last decade. The country has emerged from its violent recent history. However, while jobs have been created at all levels of society, the wage gap is widening and the United Nations indicates that over 30 percent of the population remains below the national poverty line.