PEPY news

Child Clubs adopt changes for the new program year

Tuesday, 20 November 2012
by Miriam Gilkes
Now in their fifth year, PEPY’s Child Clubs are going through some more changes.  Inspired by the idea that children should be encouraged to identify, share and communicate solutions to problems they face in their community, the Community Development Team has . . . Read More.

New student-led initiative for Chanleas Dai Primary School

Friday, 26 October 2012
by Miriam Gilkes
Since PEPY transitioned ownership of the library in Chanleas Dai Primary School, our team has been working with the school to find new ways to support them in running library activities. Last week, we were delighted to invite two education . . . Read More.

2012 Scholarship students

Sunday, 14 October 2012
by Anna McKeon
  We’re proud to introduce Vy and Vouet, PEPY’s Scholarship Program students for 2012. Vy and Vouet are about to start studying at University in Siem Reap. Both Vy and Vouet attended PEPY’s Young Leader Clubs and are very active members . . . Read More.

Building Safer Places for Children to Learn

Saturday, 28 May 2011
by awatd
The Child-to-Child (CtC) program works in 12 villages of Chanleas Dai and Snoul commune. There are 556 children in 24 child clubs. We have 8 Child Educators to work with children every Sunday. Currently, activities take place outdoors, in houses, . . . Read More.

PEPY Hosts Meet and Greet to Discuss Technology Education in Cambodia

Tuesday, 19 April 2011
by sopheak
Students are able to learn how to use and program with XO laptops (Photo by Sopheak Sun) PEPY recently facilitated a Meet and Greet in our Chanleas Dai office for organizations interested in promoting learning through computers. Specifically, the event . . . Read More.

Enthusiastic Students Continue to Explore Engineering

Monday, 18 April 2011
by michael
Students and Lida Loem programming a lego robot in the Creative Learning Class (Photo by Jen Enrique) PEPY’s Creative Learning Class teacher, Lida Loem, has taken the lead in organizing an Engineering Club, which continues to engage students’ creativity and . . . Read More.