Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Education: a mother’s wish for her two daughters

By Victoria Laroche Creux


Four-year-old Nhoy Sreyploy holding a puppy, next to her neighbor.
© UNICEF Cambodia/2019/Victoria Laroche Creux

Pu Tru Village, Mondulkiri, Cambodia, February 2019: In the small village of Pu Tru, in the North East of Cambodia, Nhek Ren has big dreams for the future of her two daughters.

“When I was young, I didn’t receive education, so I want my daughters to go to school so they can have good jobs. They could work in another country. I don’t want them to be farmers like me,” said the 21-year-old mother while her daughters were busy playing with a puppy outside.

Friday, February 8, 2019

Make the internet a safer place!

By Nadja Linke



Every morning we roll out of bed to get ready for the day. But before you face the day, what is the first thing you will reach for? Hand on heart, it’s your smartphone.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

សំណួរ&ចម្លើយជុំវិញ ការដាក់វិន័យបែបវិជ្ជមាន

ដោយ Nadja Linke

© UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Fani Llaurado

អ្វី
ទៅដែលហៅថា ការដាក់វិន័យបែបវិជ្ជមាន?


ការដាក់វិន័យបែបវិជ្ជមាន គឺជាវិធីសាស្រ្តបង្រៀនអំពីឥរិយាបថសមស្រប តាមរយៈទំនាក់ទំនង ជាមួយនឹងកុមារបែបសមរម្យ ប៉ុន្តែម៉ឺងម៉ាត់ចំពោះពួកគេ។ វិធីសាស្រ្តបែបនេះជួយលើកកម្ពស់សិទ្ធិ របស់កុមារ ដោយពួកគេទទួលបានការការពារពីអំពើហិង្សា និងការដាក់វិន័យដែលគោរពសេចក្តី ថ្លៃថ្នូររបស់ពួកគេ។

Monday, January 28, 2019

Positive discipline Q&A

By Nadja Linke


© UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Fani Llaurado

What is positive discipline?

Positive discipline is a method of teaching appropriate behaviour by interacting with children in a kind but firm manner. It reinforces children’s rights to protection from violence and uses discipline that respects their dignity. 

Friday, January 25, 2019

Education for every child: a teacher’s mission

By Victoria Laroche Creux


Seng Noeun is driving back home seven children after class.
© UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Victoria Laroche Creux

Phum Krouch Village, Prey Veng, Cambodia, January 2019: 
It is a beautiful sunny day in the village of Phum Krouch, 70km away from Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh. From a distance, water buffalos and cows are grazing among the rice fields, and palm trees are rising from the tall grass. Phum Krouch community preschool is hidden on the side of a small dusty road. It is difficult to find the preschool without a local guide. Every morning, when the sun rises, Seng Noeun, a community preschool teacher, arrives at school with a full cart of students.