The Resource Centre in full swing

15 Feb, 2017

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Early Childhood Project in Cambodia: the Resource Center in turmoil

At the end of 2016, the teams of our Cambodian partner Krousar Yoeung mobilized to fulfill orders for games. Since the launch of phase 2 of the "Early Childhood" project in Cambodia, supported by AFD, the sale of educational materials, designed and produced by PE&D's Resource Center has generated more than 3500$ in revenues, reinvested in training and the design of new games.

The Resource Center has also completely reviewed its production processes for educational materials and games in order to rationalize costs, in particular by using external service providers and workers. In addition, it has adopted a strong social approach by employing deaf-mute workers for the production of materials.

In Cambodian kindergartens, teaching remains very formal and few children have access to quality materials. However, research is unanimous: it is by manipulating pedagogical material independently and through free play that children learn most effectively. The dissemination of our productions is therefore a very important issue for the quality of preschool education.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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