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Ek Phnom Primary School

Our local partner, Children's Action for Development, built 1 new concrete school building consisting 4 classrooms for 233 students in the Battambang Province of Western, Cambodia

Project Outputs

  • 233
    Students
  • 4
    Classrooms
  • 2
    Toilets

About Ek Phnom Primary School

Ek Phnom Primary School was originally built in 1983, made out of wood with a tile roof and concrete floor. Flooding and general wear and tear had deteriorated the building over time. Three of the classrooms could not be used during heavy winds and rain and the other classroom was deemed too unsafe to use at all.  In 2018, Classroom of Hope and our local NGO partner, Children’s Action for Development (CAD), tore down the old building and built 4 safe new classrooms and 2 new toilets. The building was constructed to the standards set by the Ministry of Education.

"Developing schools is the most important thing we can do to improve education quality for all children, especially children from disadvantaged groups."

Racky - Executive Director - CAD

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