On Friday, June 1st, 2018 CVCD organized our first time ever Children’s Rights Day at Domino Pizza, TK branch. The event was organized in order to celebrate and raise awareness around Children’s Rights. 60 children – grade 5 & 6, from two community schools in Arkphiwat Meanchey & Kok Kleang Pi
The activities students group come to visited in Cambodia through CVCD organization every year based on school communities to get knowledge such as living, culture, studying, traditional, …etc.
Cambodian Volunteers of Community Development(CVCD) commits provide various scholarship information through linking with propitiation Universities Website of Cambodia. The information is useful for young learner who larges to peruse higher education. Available Scholarship Royal University of Phnom Penh Cambodian Mekong University Institute of Technology of Cambodia Asia Europe University Norton
Cambodian Volunteers for Community Development (CVCD) is a grass roots nonprofit organization, set up in December 1992. CVCD currently manages three projects: Educational Development Project – provides basic education to students in five communities, enhancing Khmer literacy, English and computer literacy skills, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Sustainable Livelihood
English classes follow the Non-formal education curriculum standards. The English classes provide the children with basic communication skills. Effective communication in English and Computer skills are critical for future success in the workplace. Children are encouraged to incorporate as much English into their daily life as possible. Children are also given
The aim of this project is to create self-reliance through facilitating business activity in the community. The expected benefits are: improved living conditions, decreased poverty levels and increased school attendance of the children. The SPPC project hopes to reach these goals by providing loans and training courses to community members. Training Sessions are offered in
Every person—child, youth and adult—shall be able to benefit from educational opportunities designed to meet their basic learning needs. – World Declaration on Education for All, Jomtien, Thailand (1990) The Cambodian educational system has significantly improved since its complete destruction during the reign of the Khmer Rouge. While the overall rate
CVCD’s Farmer’s Cooperative Program is located in Battambang, a province in the northwest region of Cambodia. This province is known as the “Rice Bowl of Cambodia” due to the abundance of fertile rice fields.
CVCD’s Head Office and local schools are located in Phnom Penh. Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia and the home to 2.2 million people. The city has become the nation’s cultural, political, and economic center.
The Royal Government of Cambodia defines Non-Formal Education (NFE) as an official education system, which contributes to achieving Education For All, gives people access to lifelong education, and helps build a learning society with equity, justice and social development.