Banteay Meanrith Primary School
Our local partner, Child's Dream, built 1 a new concrete school building consisting of 6 classrooms for 849 students in Banteay Meanrith commune in Thmor Pouk district, Banteay Meanchey province, Cambodia.
About Banteay Meanrith Primary School
Banteay Meanrith Primary School had two concrete school buildings with a total of 11 classrooms. The building built in 2004 with five classrooms is still in good shape and can last for some more years. The other concrete building built in 1996 with six classrooms was deteriorating fast. The building hardly offered any protection from the extreme and harsh weather conditions. With substandard materials and poor workmanship combined, the fast-decaying building was beyond repair and in dire need of replacement. The students clearly lacked a safe and suitable infrastructure to focus on their learning. A collapsing building was the main concern. To improve this situation our local NGO partner Child’s Dream built a new concrete school building with six fully furnished classrooms and four additional toilets in total. The construction was completed on 21 August 2018.
"A school building is not only providing access to a secure learning environment for children but also contributing to the long-term development of individuals and society."Khlok Yem - Director Cambodia - Child's Dream