PEPY news

Voeut – A pioneering scholarship student

Tuesday, 30 June 2015
by Keshini Mauree
In 2012, Voeut became one of our first scholarship students. Voeut, like all our scholarship students, is from Kralanh, and moved to Siem Reap in order to continue his studies at university and the PEPY Empowering Youth Learning Center. Voeut . . . Read More.

An exchange of learning, ideas, and inspiration

Monday, 25 May 2015
by Dana Bidnall
In late 2013 we established an educational partnership with Donabate Portrane Educate Together National School (DPETNS), part of the Educate Together National School system in Ireland. Since then, members of Balbriggan Educate Together National School (BETNS) have also become involved . . . Read More.

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.

PEPY Ride X from the eyes of a rider

Monday, 19 January 2015
by Admin
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 . . . Read More.

Fun Run Fundraising for Cambodia

Tuesday, 18 March 2014
by Amy McLoughlin
PEPY supporters DPETNS, a school in Ireland, have just completed a creative and inspirational fundraising event for our work in rural Cambodia. PEPY would like to say a HUGE thank you for DPETNS’s fantastic support for our work. Guest blog . . . Read More.

Parents and students optimistic about education

Friday, 08 November 2013
by Jenna Ke
One of the goals of PEPY’s scholarship program is to change rural attitudes on education by creating role models. We work in the Kralanh district, where a majority of families are subsistence rice farmers. Under pressure from their families, many . . . Read More.