Friday, October 26, 2018

How a health and nutritional study is empowering researchers and participants in Cambodia

By Greg Jewell

Yin and his mother Leav Channy on their way
to the longitudinal study data collection site.
© UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Todd Brown

Ratanakiri, Cambodia, October 2018: Two-year-old Yin Ratana and his mother Leav Channy, a rice farmer, are on their way to a health and nutrition data collection site in the Yeak Lom commune in the province of Ratanakiri. Ratanakiri is about a nine-hour drive northeast of Phnom Penh—the nation’s capital—and is located near the Cambodian and Vietnamese/Laos border.

Monday, October 22, 2018

How a mobile library is enriching the lives of children in Cambodia

By Greg Jewell

Kak village, Borkeo district of Ratanakiri.
© 
UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Todd Brown

Ratanakiri, Cambodia, October 2018: Chen Rachana is ten years old and studies in the third grade. She lives in Kak village in the Borkeo district of Ratanakiri. The province is located close to the Cambodian and Vietnamese/Laos borders, a nine-hour drive North East of Phnom Penh. Ratanakiri is best known for its beautiful waterfalls, a lake in the middle of a mountain formed by an ancient volcano, and as the destination from which trekkers leave for their jungle excursions.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

ការបង្កើនគុណភាពអប់រំ ជាមួយទិន្នន័យប្រសើរជាងមុន

ដោយ Latifah Azlan

អ្នកគ្រូ គង់ ស្រីម៉ៅ ឈរញញឹម ក្នុងពេលសិស្សគាត់កំពុងអានសៀវភៅក្នុងថ្នាក់រៀន
ក្នុងសាលាបឋមសិក្សាកំពង់ថ្ម។
© UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Todd Brown

        ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ ប្រទេសកម្ពុជា ខែតុលា ឆ្នាំ២០១៨ – ក្នុងយុគសម័យដែលមានទិន្នន័យសម្បូរបែប អ្នកជំនាញអប់រំក្នុងខេត្តកំពង់់ធំ ត្រូវបានបណ្តុះបណ្តាលអំពីរបៀបប្រមូល វិភាគ និងប្រើប្រាស់ទិន្នន័យ ទៅលើលទ្ធផលសិក្សា និងវត្តមានរបស់សិស្ស សម្រាប់ប្រើប្រាស់ក្នុងការរៀបចំកិច្ចតែងការបង្រៀន និងលើកកម្ពស់សាលារៀនរបស់ពួកគេផងដែរ។

Improving the quality of education with better data

By Latifah Azlan


Schoolteacher Ms. Kong Sreymao smiles as her student reads in class 
at Kampong Thmar Primary School. © UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Todd Brown

KAMPONG THOM Province, Cambodia, October 2018 – In an era of abundant data, education professionals in Kampong Thom province have been taught to collect, process and use data on student academic performance and attendance to inform their lesson plans and to improve the school.