PEPY news

Learning new skills at Skills Fair

Thursday, 09 April 2015
by Dana Bidnall
On March 31, we held our third Skills Fair at Kralanh High School. Skills Fair aims to creates awareness of opportunities beyond high school and connects students with a variety of organizations to learn about options for university and vocational . . . Read More.

Good things come to those who wait

Tuesday, 28 October 2014
by Colm Byrne
The results of the High School National Exam have had an impact on PEPY and the wider education system across Cambodia. The government have made significant improvements to the exam process. Cheating and bribery have blighted previous exams. This year both were clamped . . . Read More.

Contemplating the future of our JHS work

Monday, 30 June 2014
by Amy McLoughlin
2013 was a big year of solidifying and transition. To work towards our new goal of increasing the percentage of high school graduates accessing skilled employment, we reviewed our programs to ensure our work led us closer to achieving this . . . Read More.

Students’ first Dream Talk

Friday, 26 July 2013
by Melissa Chungfat
Six Dream Class students delivered professional presentations at the first ever Dream Talk! During the dream classes throughout the year, young people are provided a forum to identify and discuss their dreams and challenges they’ll need to overcome. The support . . . Read More.

The future for Child Clubs and Young Leader Clubs

Tuesday, 25 June 2013
by Katherine Tempel
PEPY’s Child Clubs (also known as Child-to-Child) began in 2008 to support local solutions for community issues through youth-led action. In 2011, Young Leader Clubs were also established to cater for older youth who still wanted a forum outside of . . . Read More.

PEPY’s Leadership Workshop for Principals and Vice Principals

Tuesday, 04 June 2013
by Katherine Tempel
From May 28th to 30th, 2013 PEPY held a leadership workshop targeted towards school principals within the Chanleas Dai community.  The three-day event was held at Run Primary School and was organized by PEPY and the District of Education chief. . . . Read More.