PEPY news

Students Selection Process in 2017

Friday, 20 October 2017
by Channa Kev
The number of high school graduates from rural areas availing of higher education remains low. The main reason for this is poverty, with Parents not being in a position to finance their children’s continuing education. In order to make higher . . . Read More.

Impact of ICTs on Learning and Achievement

Friday, 29 September 2017
by Manin Oem
Phearith is very interested in technology, and very good at using computer program. He now can write letter, develop official documents or letters by using Ms. Words, make the different tables, calculate different numbers by using different formulas in Ms. . . . Read More.

PEPY scholars learn Music and Art at Music for Everyone School

Thursday, 14 September 2017
by Kimann Khlang
At PEPY, we are happy to see our 30 scholars regularly learn guitar and drawing using the pencil at Music for Everyone School (MES). The classes start on November 10th, 2016. The classes take time at 8 to 11 am, . . . Read More.

Scholarship students finishing their bachelor degree

Saturday, 09 September 2017
by Sarakk Rith
The main goal of college students when the first day starts in class, is that to complete fourth years successfully. Students actually work hard in order to pass from semesters to semesters. This year PEPY promotion 2 students had completed . . . Read More.

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together

Saturday, 19 August 2017
by Sarakk Rith
Four years on, PEPY Empowering Youth and Donabate Portrane Educate Together National School (DPETNS) continue to have an equal partnership, going from strength to strength. This year, we also worked with St. Francis St and Donabate Community College. In March . . . Read More.

Exchange Program Concord River Summer 2017

Friday, 11 August 2017
by Channa Kev
At PEPY Empowering Youth, we believe that sharing is one of the most powerful keys to connecting with one another. This year at PEPY, we were honored to welcome a group from America, from the Concord River Institute in Massachusetts. . . . Read More.