days of school missed for Cambodian children, and counting.

How We Impact

It takes a school community to educate a child. True change begins with education and true educational change can only be created by people. 
We operate at a grassroots level and elevate this work to create national impact with the Cambodian Ministry.

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Our Reach

We have worked with 523 Teachers in Cambodia in Grades 1 to 3
The Quality Teaching Program has operated in public schools in Battambang and Siem Reap Provinces
Our work has benefited 27,000 children in early grade primary school
Influencing Government to effectively reform education.

SeeBeyondBorders – 10 Years Strong

Student test scores have increased by an average of 45 percentage points in Angkor Thom (Siem Reap).
Enrollment soars by 60% in Battambang school after year one of literacy program.
Cambodian Minister of Education presents CEO with Development Medal in recognition of the sustained role SeeBeyondBorders has played in improving standards.
UNESCO Award Winning Quality Teaching Program

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Children in Cambodia missed 104 days of school in 2020 and so far in 2021, a further 28 days. Every

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Children in Cambodia missed 104 days of school in 2020 and so far in 2021 a further 28 days. Every day that schools are closed children are suffering learning loss. We are working to ensure learning loss is effectively addressed once schools do reopen. #SDG4 #Education #Cambodia