ANNUAL REPORT 2014

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TABLE OF CONTENT Section I

: Foreword

Pg.

03

Section II

: About the Organization

Pg. 04

1 : Profile 2 : Organization Structure 3 : Vision, Mission and Goal Section III

: Project Outcomes 2014

Pg. 07

III-1 : Project Location and General Information III-2 : General Information of the Target Province III-3 : Project Outcomes III-4 : Project Budget 2014 Section

IV

: Scholarship Management

Pg. 11

IV-1 : EDF Scholarship Project IV-2 : Bicycle Scholarship Project IV-3 : Library Box Project IV-4 :Donor’s Study Trip Project Section V

: Other Activities

Pg. 31

Section VI

: Summary of EDF Scholarship Outcomes 2007 - 2014

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Section I: FOREWORD Improving basic education in rural area is our mission to support the goal of education for all children, especially those who are living in poverty. This mission is in line with the Royal Government of Cambodia’s policy for education sector to provide equitable access and quality improvements in the provision and delivery of basic education for all children the first 9 years of schooling; it is also parallel to the UNESCO’s Education For All (EFA): ): Dakar Framework for Action, 2000, and the UNITED NATIONS’ Millennium Development Goal and it also contributes to the Government’s the National Poverty Reduction Strategy and Socio-Economic Development Plan II highlight that education development is a key enabling factor in income general and job creation. EDF-Cambodia, to ensure the scholarships really reach to the right poor students, accurate and proper implementation of scholarship program, in cooperate with the Provincial, District Committees, Working Groups and Local Authorities conduct thorough screening to determine target schools and select the right students. With continuous support and good cooperation of the Provincial, District Committees, the Working Group, Local Authorities at all levels as well as the community, the scholarship program has fruitfully achieved. th

The year 2014 is the 8 year of the establishment of the Education for Development Fund Cambodia (EDF-Cambodia) that has implemented the scholarship program. Since its establishment, 10, 410 students from the poor and disadvantaged families directly received benefits from this scholarship program; they were from 73 schools, in Kampong Chhnang, Kampot, Takeo and Kampong Speu provinces. The scholarship program has been mainly sponsored by Japanese philanthropists via EDFJapan, and from some Thai philanthropists via EDF- Thailand and from few Cambodians. The growth of scholarship has been slowly developed due to the world economic crisis happened in 2009 and the great natural disaster earthquake and tsunami hit Japan in early 2011and heavy flood in Thailand that caused difficulty to do fundraising. But however the scholarship program has been sustainable and ensured and in the academic year 2014-2015, 1,410 poor students directly received benefit from this program.

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Section II: About the Organization 1. Profile

(A).Education for Development Foundation Scholarship Education Development Foundation Scholarship (EDF Scholarship), known as DARUNEE Scholarship, was firstly founded in Thailand in 1987 by Mr. Terumasa Akio, founder, when he met a poor girl named DARUNEE, at the Northeast of Thailand, requested him to support her to continue her study. EDF Scholarship, in 1995, was expanded to Lao People's Democratic Republic. This scholarship program, in 2003, was expanded to Cambodia and was implemented as pilot project by local non-governmental organization until 2006 in Kampong Speu, Tpong and Oral districts, and Koh Kong, Kampong Seila district; 1,000 students from the poor and disadvantage families were directly benefited from this Scholarship Program. To contribute to the education development for children in the countries in Mekong sub-region, EDF Scholarship Program was expanded to Vietnam in 2011 and to Myanmar in 2012; it is the mission of EDF Group. EDF Scholarship Program is in line with the Government’s policy for education sector to provide equitable access and quality improvements in the provision and delivery of basic for all children at least the first 9 year of schooling and the education for all by 2020. (B). The Education for Development Fund Cambodia (EDF- Cambodia) EDF-Cambodia is a member of EDF Group that is consisted of EDF-Japan, known as Minsia Centre, EDF-Thailand and EDF-Lao, EDF-Vietnam and EDF-Myanmar; EDF Group has its philosophy “Education Development, Poverty Reduction and Peace Building”. The fundamental taskforce of EDF-Cambodia is to alleviate the poverty through education development; to provide scholarship students from the poor and disadvantaged families in the rural area so that they have chance to study at least to complete basic education and hope that they will be the vanguards for rural development activities to work for poverty reduction.

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2 - Organization Structure

President

Projects

Administration

Project Coordinator

Accountant & Adm.

IT Officer

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3- Vision, Mission and Goal

 Vision - Poverty reduction and peace building via education development  Mission - Improve rural education - Support the underprivileged children chance for education, at least to complete basic education, at least 9 years of schooling.  Goal - Reduce the dropout rate of student at primary and lower secondary school. - Encourage students with scholarship material so that they can continue their study so that they can complete lower secondary school. - Encourage students ‘families and the communities to encourage their children to school. - Educate students’ families and the community to understand the importance of education. - Provide additional training on life skill such as animal raising and agriculture. - Reduce poverty of the rural people - Encourage the young generation, after they complete their study, to be the vanguards for rural develop activities to develop their communities

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Section III: Project Outcomes 2014 III.1: Project Location EDF Scholarship, in the academic year 2014 – 2015, was implemented in Kampong Chhnang, Kampot, Takeo and Kampong Speu provinces; it was provided to students from the poor and disadvantaged families in 6 districts, Toek Phos and Kampong Trolach districts, Kampong Chhnang province; Toek Chhou and Chhuk districts, Kampot province; Somroang district, Takeo province and Basedth district, Kampong Spue province. III.2: General Information of the Target Provinces

A: General Information Province

General Information Kampong Chhnang

Kampot

Takeo

Kampong Speu

Natural Regions

TONLE Sap

Coastal

Plain

Plateau & mountain

Territory

5,521km2

4,873km2

3,563km2

7,017km2

District

8

8

10

8

Commune

69

92

100

87

Village

546

477

1,117

1,358

Household (2008)

101,122

129,745

183,905

149,132

Population

472,341

627,884

843,931

716,517

85.4/km2

108/km2

231/km2

102/km2

(2008)

Density of Population (2008)

B: Education Data 2013 - 2014 (a). School, Enrolment and Teaching Staff School

Province

Enrolment

Pre Primary LSS

USS

Kampong Chhnang

92

269

60

15

Kampot

162

306

78

Takeo

206

376

Kampong Speu

110

312

Pre

Primary

LSS

Teaching Staff USS

Pre Primary LSS

USS

5,396 74,920 20,503 9,437

139

1,659

559

924

21

5,702 90,929 27,676 13,166

209

2,286

988

942

70

47

9,141 131,154 47,357 26,184

312

3,108

705 2,078

68

22

9,087 117,628 30,579 11,812

189

2,108

951

892

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(b). Promotion Rate, Repetition Rate and Dropout Rate Ration (2012 – 2013) Province

Primary Education

Lower Secondary

Upper Secondary

Education

Education

Promotion Repetition Dropout Promotion Repetition Dropout Promotion Repetition Dropout

Kampong Chhnang

85.0%

6.5%

8.5%

76.1%

1.5%

22.4%

82.3%

2.6%

15.0%

Kampot

88.8%

3.2%

8.0%

78.5%

1.3%

20.2%

83.8%

1.2%

15.0%

Takeo

88.9%

3.7%

7.4%

80.3%

1.2%

18.6%

85.8%

2.1%

12.1%

Kampong Speu

90.6%

3.5%

5.9%

75.2%

0.5%

24.3%

83.1%

1.1%

15.8%

(c). Enrolment Rate Ration Province

Primary Education

Lower Secondary Education

Upper Secondary Education

Gross

Net

Gross

Net

Gross

Net

Kampong Chhnang

110.2%

93.74%

53.4%

-

24.0%

-

Kampot

111.9%

94.1%

58.8%

-

27.5%

-

Takeo

115.0%

97.4%

70.3%

-

37.6%

-

Kampong Speu

111.9%

94.6%

51.6%

-

19.8%

-

(d). School-going Aged Children Province

Aged 6

Aged 6 -11

Aged 12 - 14

Aged 15 - 17

Total

Female

Total

Female

Total

Female

Total

Female

Kampong Chhnang

10,768

5,299

67,970

33,425

38,362

18,720

39,360

18,909

Kampot

12,355

6,014

81,313

39,574

47,035

22,811

47,803

22,860

Takeo

17,126

8,354

114,028 55,652

67,323

32,453

69,726

32,559

Kampong Speu

16,328

8,062

105,153 51,879

59,242

28,849

59,648

28,191

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III. 3: Project Outcomes III. 3-1: Project Category No

Project Category

Total Primary School Lower S. school

1

EDF Scholarship Project

1,410

1,057

353

2

EDF Bicycle Project

126

-

126

3

Library Box Project

11

6

5

4

Study Trip Project

2

-

-

Remarks Special package: 313

III. 3-2: Donor Source Donor Source

Remarks

Number of Scholarship Total

Primary School Lower S. school

I. EDF Scholarship Project Japan

1,382

1,049

333

Thailand

20

-

20

Cambodia

8

8

0

-

126

11

6

5

2

-

-

II. EDF Bicycle Project Japan

126

III. Library Box Project Japan IV. Study Trip Japan

1,382

1,600

Scholarship Source 2014

1,400 1,200 800 600 400

Student

1,000 Japan

20

200

8

Thai Cambodia

0

Japan

Thai

Cambodia

Donor Source

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Scholarship Cetegory

1,057 1,200 1,000

Student

800 600 400

353 Primary

200

Secondary

0

Primary

Lower Secondary

Academic Year 2014 - 2015 III. 4: Project Budget (U$) Budget by project

Unit

Quantity

EDF Scholarship Project Student

1,410

Amount

Remarks

108,552.00 Old price1,097x U$65/ New price:313x 119

EDF Bicycle Project

Bicycle

126

17,388.00

Library Box Project

Box

11

3,777.65

Study Trip

Trip

2

2,276.50

-

-

Others Total

131,994.15

120,000.00

Project Budget 2014 108,552.00

100,000.00 80,000.00 Budget

60,000.00

Scholarship

40,000.00

17,388.00

20,000.00

3,777.65

2,276.50

-

Scholarship

Bicycle

Library box

Project Category

Study trip

Bicycle Library box Study trip

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IV. Scholarship Management IV-1: EDF Scholarship EDF Scholarship, in the academic year 2014 2015, was provided to 1,410 students from the poor and disadvantaged families; 1,057 scholarships for primary school students at grade 4, 5 and grade 6, and 353 scholarships for lower secondary students at grade 7 and grade 9 from 73 schools in 4 provinces; Kampong Chhnang, Kampot. Takeo and Kampong Speu. 1-1:

Scholarship Distribution by Province, District and School

(A): Scholarship Distribution by Province The numbers of scholarships, which were distributed to these provinces, are in bellow table. No

Province

Number of Scholarship

Total

Remarks

Primary School Lower S. School

01 Kampong Chhnang

112

193

305

02 Kampot

507

124

631

03 Takeo

294

-

294

04 Kampong Speu

144

36

180

1,057

353

1,410

Total

Scholarship by province 2014

631 700 600 Student

500 400

305

294

300

Kampong Chhnang

180

200

Takeo

100 0

Kampot

Kampong Speu Kampong Chhnang

Kampot

Takeo

Kampong Speu

Province

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(B): Scholarship Distribution by District The scholarship, in academic year 2014-2015, was provided to poor students in 6 districts, at Kampong Chhnang, Kampot, Takeo and Kampong Speu provinces. No

School

Province & District

Scholarship

Primary

Lower Secondary

Primary

LSS

Primary

LSS

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9

I

Kampong Chhnang Province

1

Kampong Trolach District

3

8

53

156

15

15

23

106

36

14

2

Tuek Phos District

4

3

59

37

32

2

25

36

1

0

7

11

112

193

47

17

48

142

37

14

Sub-total II Kampot Province

1

Tuek Chhou District

9

6

234

124

-

105

129

65

27

32

2

Chhuk District

13

-

273

-

25

103

145

-

-

-

22

6

507

124

25

208

274

65

27

32

15

-

294

-

18

162

114

-

-

-

15

-

294

-

18

162

114

-

-

-

10

2

144

36

113

1

30

36

-

-

Sub-total

10

2

144

36

113

1

30

36

-

-

Total

54

19

1,057

353

203

388

466

243

64

46

Sub-total III Takeo Province

1

Samraong District

Sub-total IV Kampong Speu Province

1

Basedth District

Scholarship by District

2014

Student

Kampong Trolach

400 350 300 250 209 200 150 100 50 0

Kampong Trolach

358 Teuk Phos

294

273

180 96

Chhuk Chhuk Samraong

Teuk Phos

Chhuk

Teuk Chhou Samraong

Basedth Basedth

District

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(C):

Scholarship by School

1. Kampong Chhnang Province . Kampong Tralach District

(a). Primary School No.

School Code

Name

1

0018

ANG

2

0027

3

0037

SEREY

Scholarship Total Female

Grade

Remarks

4

5

6

6

4

-

-

6

KAMPONG TROLACH KROM

6

3

-

-

6

WAT

41

26

15

15

11

53

33

15

15

23

THMEI

Total

(b). Lower Secondary School No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Total

.

School Code 0104 0105 0106 0107 0117 0118 0119 0133

Name CHIBACHROY ANG SEREY WAT

PEANI

NEAKTA HANG AMPEL TOEK LONG VEK KHLA KROHEM CHEA SIM KAMPONG TROLACH

Scholarship Total Female 7 26 17 13 18 11 9 25 15 11 29 16 15 11 6 11 11 8 11 13 8 13 23 10 23 156 91 106

Grade 8 9 9 9 9 36

Remarks 9 4 5 5 14

Tuek Phos District

(a). Primary School School No. Code Name 1

0049

METTAPHEAP

2 3

0050 0054

TOUL VIHEAR KRANG TAMOM

4 Total

0057

ROKATONG

(b). Lower Secondary School School No. Code Name 1 2

0108 0126

AKPEVOARD TOUL KHPOS

3 Total

0127

CHONG MONG

Scholarship Total Female 4 19 15 11 15 7 11 8 4 17 5 10 59 31 32

Scholarship Total Female 7 15 9 14 12 7 12 10 9 10 37 25 36

Grade 5 2 2

Remarks 6 6 4 8 7 25

Grade 8 1 1

Remarks 9 -

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2.

Kampot Province

. Teuk Chhou District (a). Primary School School No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total

Code 0067 0069 0070 0071 0072 0073 0074 0075 0076

Name REAKSMEY KHEMARAK KAMPOUL MEAS MEAN REDTH ROUNGCHAK CHHBAR AMPOV WAT ANG STUENG KAEV ANG PREY TRAPEANG ROPOV

Scholarship Total Female 13 9 28 15 28 14 26 15 28 15 28 17 28 16 28 13 27 13 234 132

Scholarship Total Female

4 -

Grade 5 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 105

Remarks 6 13 15 15 13 15 15 15 15 13 129

7

Grade 8

9

12 6 12 11 12 12 65

10 10 7 27

8 6 7 5 6 32

4

Grade 5

6

5 10 10 25

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 10 103

12 14 13 13 14 13 13 13 11 14 5 5 5 145

(b). Lower Secondary School No. Code

1 2 3 4 5 6 Total

.

0063 0064 0065 0123 0124 0125

School Name

ROUNGCHAK SIMAONG ROLUS TROPEANG ROPOV TROSEK KAONG CHUM KRIL NORODOM RANAREDTH

30 22 26 16 12 18 124

16 16 14 8 4 13 71

Remarks

Chhuk District

(a). Primary School No. Code

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total

0077 0078 0079 0080 0081 0082 0083 0084 0085 0086 0120 0121 0122

School Name

WAT STUENG ANG CHHOUK PREY BEN POUTHI PRUEK KHNACH ROMEAS DEI KRAHORM KRAING SNAY BOENG NIMOL SAT PONG NOREAY UDOMSEREYROTH ANG CHOA PONGNEA ANG CHHEU TEAL

Scholarship Total Female

22 24 23 23 24 23 23 23 24 24 10 15 15 273

10 15 10 14 13 13 12 14 12 14 7 9 11 154

Remarks

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3. Takeo Province (1). Samrong District (a). Primary School No.

School Code

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Total

0087 0088 0089 0090 0091 0092 0093 0094 0095 0096 0097 0098 0109 0110 0111

Name

PREY AR THMOR DAR ANG CHUM ANG TAPOV BOTUM SORYA DAMREI YUK TUEK ANG KHVAV SRAS KRANG BANTEAY ANG ROKA ANG KURL ANG PRESH SDEACH ANG KOV ANG TONLOB TONLOB BALEYCHAS

Total Female

23 24 23 24 21 25 24 20 20 20 23 20 9 8 10 294

13 11 11 15 12 17 12 13 12 10 13 14 5 5 7 171

Remarks

Grade

Scholarship 4

5

6

6 6 6 18

15 10 10 15 10 10 9 20 20 23 20 162

23 9 13 14 6 15 14 11 3 2 4 114

4. Kampong Speu Province (a). Primary School No.

School Code

Name

Total Female

Remarks

Grade

Scholarship 4

5

6

1

0099

SLAP LEANG

18

8

14

-

4

2

0100

ANG SAY

17

9

12

1

4

3

0101

PRESHKHAE THMEI

13

5

9

-

4

4

0102

PHUM PETH

14

9

10

-

4

5

0103 0112 0113 0114 0115 0116

TUOL TUOL WAT WAT ANG ANG

18

11

14

-

4

15 13 11 12 13 144

13 6 6 5 8 82

13 10 10 10 11 113

1

2 3 1 2 2 30

6 7 8 9 10 Total

SALA SKOR KOK MONY TAPHAL NEAL

(b). Lower Secondary School No.

School Code

Name

1

0128

ANG

2

0129

SLAP LEANG

Total

SAY

Total Female

Remarks

Grade

Scholarship 7

8

9

18

12

18

-

-

18

6

18

-

-

36

18

36

-

-

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1.2: Evolution of Scholarship by Province . Scholarship Evolution by Province in Academic Year 2013 - 2014 and 2014 – 2015 No

Academic year 2013- 2014

Province

Primary

Lower SS

Total

Academic year 2014 - 2015

Primary

Lower SS

Total

01

Kampong Chhnang

413

37

450

112

193

305

02

Kampot

571

60

631

507

124

631

03

Takeo

268

-

268

294

-

294

04

Kampong Speu

105

-

105

144

36

180

1,357

97

1,454

1,057

353

1,410

Total

Evolution of Scholarship by Province 631

Student

800 600

631

450

400

268

305

294 180

105

200

Kampong Chhnang Kampot

0

Takeo

2013-2014 2014-2015 Academic Year

Kampong Speu

1-3: EDF Scholarship Awarding Ceremony EDF Scholarship awarding ceremony has been schedule to be managed at the second or third week of October every year, but it might be delayed due to the actual work. 1-3.1: EDF Scholarship Awarding Activity A. Kampong Chhnang Province  Kampong Trolach District 

Kampong Trolach District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Scholarship awarding as a symbol

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Memorial photo

Handing over school material support to principal

 Teuk Phos District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Scholarship awarding as a symbol

Memorial photo

Handing over school material support to principal

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B. Kampong Speu Province  Basedth District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Checking Scholarship Package by School

Speech to the participant by EDF-Cambodia

Participation of Parents and Administrators

Scholarship awarding as a symbol

Memorial photo

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C. Takeo Province  Samraong District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Speech to the participants by representative of POEYS

Memorial photo

Speech to the participants by representative of donors

Scholarship awarding as a symbol by the committees

Handing over school material support to principals

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D. Kampot Province  Chhuk District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Speech to the participants by representative of donors

Scholarship awarding as a symbol by presiding committee

Handing over school material support to principals

. Teuk Chhou District

Participants of students, parents & the committees

Arrangement of scholarship package by school

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Speech by Representative of Japanese donors

Speech by deputy director of POEYS

Scholarship awarding as a symbol by presiding committee

Memorial photo

Handing over school material support to principal

Bicycle scholarship awarding as a symbol

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1-3-2: EDF Scholarship Material and School Material Support 1: EDF Scholarship Material

EDF Scholarship is consisted of studying materials and student uniform. Study material is consisted of writing book, pen, pencil, color pencil, ruler, steel compass, pen eraser, additional reading book, pen pack, rubber, pencil cutter and school bag; student uniform is consisted of student uniform, shoes, sock, slipper, raincoat, hair ribbon for female student, belt for male student, sweater, towel, and nail cutter. There are, in academic year 2014-2015, 313 scholarship packages – material and cash.

lower

secondary

students

got

special

1-3-3: School Material Support Besides supporting scholarship to students, EDF Scholarship Program has also included material support to schools, which under the scholarship project. School material supports, this year, were granted to 73 schools, and District Offices of Education, Youth and Sport where EDF Scholarship has been implemented. School material support consisted stationeries, school instrument and cash 80,000Riel (20U$) for transportation support for school to follow up student who has not regularly attended school. Page 22

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IV-2. Bicycle Scholarship Project 2.1: About Bicycle Scholarship Project Bicycle, in Cambodia, has been considered as important transportation means for rural students who graduated primary school and wishes to continue to Lower Secondary Schools, which locates far from home, and it will be the important equipment in serving the daily living situation of students and families. Walking to and from far school is not only tiring and time consuming, but also seriously impacts the study of students; students may not concentrate on study or may not struggle to study. EDF-Cambodia with the cooperation with EDF-Japan has managed bicycle project so that to facilitate transportation problem for student whose house is far from school. 2.2: Bicycle Scholarship Outcomes EDF-Cambodia, in this academic 2014, received 126 bicycle scholarships from Japanese philanthropist via EDF-Japan. These bicycles were distributed to 8 districts in 4 provinces, Kampong Chhnang, Kampot, Takeo and Kampong Speu.

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2.2-1: Bicycle Scholarship Distribution by Province No

Province

Number of Bicycle

1

Kampong Chhnag

70

2

Kampot

36

3

Takeo

10

4

Kampong Speu

10

Total

Remarks

126

Bicycle Scholarship by Province 80

Kampong Chhnnag

70

60 Student

2014

Kampot

36

40 20

10

10

Takeo

0 Kampong Chhnang

Kampot

Takeo

Kampong Speu

Kampong Speu

Province

2.2-2: Bicycle Scholarship Distribution by District No

Province & District

Number of Bicycle

I

Kampong Chhnag Province

70 units

1

Kampong Trolach

18 units

2

Teuk Phos

11 units

3

Rolear Bier

24 units

4

Kampong Laeng

17 units

II Kampot Province

36 units

1

Teuk Chhou

16 units

2

Dang Tong

20 units

III Takeo Province

10 units

1

Koh Andaet

10 units

IV Kampong Speu Province

10 units

1

10 units

Basedth

Remarks

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IV-3. Library Box To promote reading and learning to the student and community at rural area, EDFCambodia has started library box project as pilot. EDF-Cambodia, in academic year 2014, distributed 11 library boxes to schools at the target areas; 6 library boxes for primary schools and 5 library boxes for lower secondary schools. Library boxes were distributed to the target province No.

Province

Number of Library Box Primary School

Lower S. School

1

Kampong Chhnang

5

4

2

Takeo

-

1

3

Kampong Speu

1

-

6

5

Total

Remarks

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ANNUAL REPORT 2014

IV- 4. Donor’s Study Trip Donor’s study trip is to enable donors to understand and learn the real situation of student and people in rural area, to build good and close relation between donors and scholars and as well as to enable donors to know the culture of Cambodia. There were 2 study trips, in year 2014, were arranged to Kampong Trolach district, Kampong Chhnang province. 3.1: High School Student’s Study Trip Ten high school students, three professors headed by Hokaido International Exchange and Cooperation (HIEC) conducted a study trip to SEAB Primary, which locates at Kampong Trolach district, Kampong Chhnang province on August 6, 2014. The purpose of the study trip was to study the real situation of education, student, culture at the rural area and as well as to exchange event with Cambodian student.

Japanese students introduced themselves to participants

Meeting with the committees

Memorial photo upon arrival

Teaching Japanese student to perform coconut dance

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Cambodian students introduced Khmer dance style

Teaching Japanese student to perform Khmer dance style

Japanese student introduced Japanese dance style

Japanese student met with musician team

Planting trees a a symbol of friendship

Memorial photo at ending activity

They, at the same day, conducted a visit to Teuk Haut Lower Secondary School, which located at Rolear Bier district, Kampong Chhnang province to study the living situation of the students who are from far homes and have to stay at school. This school has 12 subordinate primary schools, and 6 subordinate primary schools locate far from 14km to 21km with difficult road access.

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Existing dormitory

Meeting with students

Visiting dormitory

Students who stay at dormitory

Student who are staying at school

Memorial photo with Cambodia student

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3.2: Japanese Student’s Association “SWITCH” Japanese Student ‘s Association SWITCH was established in 2009 with the members from over 17 universities in Japan, gathering for doing sport activities, culture exchange and well as other charity activities for helping students in the developing countries. SWITCH, with the participants of 12 students from deferent universities, thirdly visited target school Wat Thmey primary school and Chea Sim Kampong Trolach lower secondary school, which located in Kampong Trolach district, Kampong Chhnang province th th from March 12 –15 , 2015. They, during their visit, managed sport festival “UNDOKAI” at both school and hoped that it would bring in this respect of Japanese culture to Cambodia’s schools, and that event will help nurture a spirit of cooperation among the locals through a variety of games, including a tug of war and a four-legged race among. It was the third UNDOKAI that was managed at Cambodia’s schools. SWITCH has not only brought sport culture to Cambodia’s schools, but it has been considered potential donor; it has donated 60 scholarships to Cambodian students from 2012 to 2014. Its activity is shown via bellow photos.

Welcome ceremony

Memorial photo upon arrival

Meeting with scholars, parents & teacher

Second scholarship awarding (Cash) Page 29

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Memorial photo with scholar

Giving present to musician team

Teaching Japanese student to coconut dance

Friendly dance

Class observation

Student’s home visit

Sport activities

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Section V: Other Activities

. Visit of EFD International President and Advisor

Mr.

Terumasa

Akio,

President

of

EDF

International and Founder, and Mr. Hitoshi Oshima, advisor, conducted an official visit Cambodia from June 19 their

in

Cambodia,

th

th

– 20 , 2014. During they

visited

target

schools, which located at Kampong Trolach district, Kampong Chhnang province.

Taking memorial photo with scholars

The purpose of the visit is to study the real situation of students and their families at the rural area as well as to meet with teachers and officials from the Provincial and District Offices of Education, Youth and Sport to discus about education situation at the target area and to introduce new idea on education.

Visit Chibachroy Lower Secondary School

Visiting student’s home

Meeting with teachers and principals

Visiting student’s home

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Visiting Ang Serey Lower Secondary School

Meeting with the teachers and principals

Visiting scholar’s home

Visiting scholar’s home

Visiting scholar’s home

Giving sport material to Ang Serey LSS

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. Mr. Satoshi Takenro th

Mr. Satoshi Takenro, car racer, joined car rally in Phnom Penh on August 15 , 2014. He, during his car rally in Penom Penh, donated two scholarships for primary students and invited those students, boy Rem Hiet and girl Korn Malis from Mittapheap primary school, locates at Teuk Phos district, Kampong Chhnang province, to visit Phnom Penh with overnight stay at high class hotel as present.

Taking memorial photo

Visiting scholar’s home

Taking photo with teacher and principal

Present from donor at dinner reception

Books donated to Wat Thmey primary school

Books donated to Mittapheap primary school

+

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. Visit of Senior Staff from EDF-Japan Mr. Tomita Naoki, senior staff, from EDFJapan conducted an official trip to Cambodia nd th from December 2 – 6 2014. He, during staying in Cambodia, visited target schools at Kampot and Kampong Chhnang provinces and also visited Sihanoukville province. The purpose of the visit was to study the situation of scholars and their families and also to study about vocational training system in Cambodia. Visit scholar’s home, Kampong Chhnang

Visit scholar’s home, Kampot province

Class observation, Kampot province

Meeting with scholars, Kampot province

Meeting with TVET scholars,Sihanoukville

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Section VI: Summary of EDF Scholarship Outcomes

Table 01: Statistic of Scholarship Source Country Scholarship by year 2013

2008

2009

2010

751

922

1,288

1,386

Thailand

9

10

20

20

40

20

20

20

159

Cambodia

-

-

-

-

5

9

6

8

28

760

932

1,308

1,406

1,619

1,554

1,454

1,410

10,443

Total

2012

2014

2007

Japan

2011

Total

1,574 1,525 1,428 1,382

10,256

Table 02: Statistic of Scholarship by Grade from 2007 - 2014 Year

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Grade 9

Total

2007

760

0

0

0

0

0

760

2008

339

502

91

0

0

0

932

2009

392

329

587

0

0

0

1,308

2010

587

390

429

0

0

0

1,406

2011

509

587

498

25

0

0

1,619

2012

339

509

681

0

25

0

1,554

2013

387

363

607

63

0

34

1,454

2014

203

388

466

243

64

46

1,410

Total

3,516

3,068

3,359

331

89

80

10,443

Statistic of Scholarship by Grade from 2007 - 2014 800 760 681

700

587 587

Scholars

600

509 498

502

500 400

607

587

429 390

392 329

339

509 339

466

300 91

100 00000 2007

000 2008

000 2009

000 2010

25 0

000 2011

2012

243

Grade 7 Grade 8

6480

63 34 0 2013

Grade 5 Grade 6

203

200

0

388

387 363

Grade 4

Grade 9

2014

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Table 03: Statistic of Scholarship by Province from 2007 - 2014 2007

2008

2009

2012

2013

2014

Total Percentage

760

932

1,308 1,406 1,424 1,073

450

305

7,658

73%

Kampot

0

0

0

0

195

393

631

631

1,850

17.72%

Takeo

0

0

0

0

0

88

268

294

650

6.23%

Kampong Speu

0

0

0

0

0

0

105

180

285

2.73%

760

932

Province Kampong Chhnang

Total

2010

1,308 1,406

2011

1,619 1,554 1,454 1,410 10,443

Kampong Chhnang Kampot Takeo Kampong Speu

Statistic of Scholarship by Province from 2007 - 2014 1600

Scholars

1200 1000 800

1424

1406

1308

1400

1073

932 760

631

600

450

393

400

195

200

0 0 0

0

100%

0 0 0

2007

2008

00

0 2009

0 0 0 2010

88

0 0 2011

0

2012

268 105 2013

Table 04: Statistic of Scholarship Outcomes by District from 2007 - 2014 No District 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Total

I

Kampong Chhnang province

7,658

1

Samarki Meanchey

331

439

592

562

514

305

0

0

2,743

2

Kampong Trolarch

429

493

716

660

682

493

400

209

4,082

3

Teuk Phos

0

0

0

184

228

275

50

96

833

II Kampot province

1,850

1

Teuk Chhou

0

0

0

0

195

258

398

358

1,209

2

Chhuk

0

0

0

0

0

135

233

273

641

III Takeo province 1

Samraong

650 0

0

0

0

0

88

268

294

IV Kampong Speu 1

Basedth Total

650 285

0

0

760

932

0

0

0

0

105

1,308 1,406 1,619 1,554 1,454

180

285

1,410

10,443

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Table 05: Statistic of Project School by District from 2007 - 2014 No

Province & District

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

I

Kampong Chhnang province

1

Samarki Meanchey

13

20

21

21

21

21

0

0

2

Kampong Trolarch

14

20

24

25

25

25

24

11

3

Tuek Phos

0

0

0

10

13

13

6

7

II

Kampot province

1

Tuek Chhou

0

0

0

0

9

17

17

15

2

Chhuk

0

0

0

0

0

10

10

13

0

0

0

0

0

7

12

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

12

27

40

45

56

68

93

74

73

III

Takeo province

1

Samraong

IV

Kampong Spue province

1

Basedth

Total

. Evolution of Scholarship from 2007 - 2014 Year

Scholarship

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

760

932

1,308

1,406

1,619

1,554

1,454

1,410

8.45%

28.75%

6.97%

13.16% 4.18%

6.87%

3.026%

+

Evolution (%)

-

Student

Evolution of Scholraship by Year 1,619

1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0

1,308

1,554

1,454

1,406

2007

1,410 932

2008 2009

760

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Year

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