Category: Reflections

Posted on: January 19, 2015 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

PEPY Ride X from the eyes of a rider

Guest post by Megan Skinner. In January 2014, a small group of dusty cyclists rolled into The Vine resort near Kep, having just completed the PEPY Ride IX. I was one of them. In January 2015, a larger, and somehow even dustier, group of cyclists tipped up at the same …

Posted on: March 7, 2014 Posted by: Jenna Ke Comments: 0

Improve yourself, improve the world: The 7 Habits

At PEPY, we are committed to our unending potential for improvement. Not just in our programs, but also in developing our people. Staff training is one of the key ways in which we constantly upgrade our skills and improve our competency as educators. I am the Communications & Fundraising volunteer …

Posted on: August 23, 2013 Posted by: Melissa Chungfat Comments: 0

Words of wisdom from the PEPY family

If you know PEPY well, then you know that we love quotes! We share them around the office and with new friends we meet to inspire each other. We compiled a collection of quotes from current and past PEPY staff and volunteers that can be shared with your friends and …

Posted on: March 21, 2013 Posted by: Chethan Roberts Comments: 0

High School – so what’s next?

With the success of the sharing event held at the Chanleas Dai Junior High School in 2012, PEPY decided to host a larger event at the Kralanh High School in Kralanh District, Siem Reap on Sun 10th of March 2013. After talking to the grade 9 and 12 students, the …

Posted on: March 21, 2013 Posted by: Maria Sandberg Comments: 0

Unemployment in Cambodia

The unemployment rate in Cambodia is, in comparison to the rest of the world, very low. The official unemployment rate decreased to 0.20 % in 2011. The Cambodian average recorded unemployment rate is 1.4% according to the Asian Development Bank. The reason for the low number of unemployed according to …

Posted on: January 17, 2013 Posted by: Miriam Gilkes Comments: 0

A study on early grade mathematics in Cambodia

We were really interested to read about a study conducted in Phnom Penh focusing on the current level of mathematics teaching in primary schools. This research, conducted by the NEP and Global Partnership for Education, aimed to gain a better understanding of the standard of early grade mathematics education in …