Cambodian Education

SeeBeyondBorders has been awarded UK Aid to support their work transforming education in Cambodia

Hundreds of primary school teachers will benefit from peer-to-peer training and mentoring to improve the quality of their teaching, positively impacting the education of thousands of children across Cambodia thanks in part to a UK Aid grant from the UK Government’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). A mentor and a mentee within a SeeBeyondBorders …

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Socially Democratic with Ed Shuttleworth

CEO of SeeBeyondBorders Ed Shuttleworth recently appeared on the Australian Podcast Socially Democratic. Socially Democratic is a politics and culture podcast hosted by Stephen Donnelly, founder of Dunn Street – a campaign agency bringing change by organising from the ground up. You can listen to a snippet of the podcast on the video below. Ed’s podcast covered …

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The Big Give 2020 – Matched Donations in the UK

SeeBeyondBorders is taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge. All donations that we receive through The Big Give from 12pm BST (noon) on 1st December – 12pm BST on 8th December will be doubled by our generous matched funders. For this week only, your donation can make double the impact for Cambodian children. More …

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Double your Donation in Australia: Bondi to Bronte

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqQA_tyfKrE&feature=youtu.be In November, we have launched our Bondi to Bronte matched-donations campaign for donations in Australia. Our fundraising ambassador Carrington Blake is swimming Bondi to Bronte to raise much-needed funds for SeeBeyondBorders, and his employer will match donations up to $25,000AUD. Read the article below or watch the above video for more information on why …

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More than you bargained for at the water cooler

So it’s mid-morning on Friday and I’m making a cup of tea. Phath, our Operations Manager comes over to get a drink. “How’s progress?” I ask him casually. “What do you mean, ‘progress’?” he says with his characteristic wry smile. “Well you know. In your life.” “Well, I used to be a simple farmer and …

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