Khmer NGO for Education (KHEN)

Khmer NGO for Education (KHEN)

The Khmer NGO for Education (KHEN) is a Cambodian non-government, not-for-profit, secular, equal opportunity and child-safe organisation located in Battambang. KHEN works to support the rights of the child, especially access to education within rural Cambodia. KHEN aims to uphold the rights of vulnerable Cambodians, particularly children, women and people with disabilities in their access to education, health services and good nutrition so that they are able to develop their full potential.

Find out more information on the KHEN website.

Winter Vacation 2019

Location: Battambang (5 hour drive from Phnom Penh), Cambodia

Dates: 29 June- 27 July 2019

Activity cost: Approx $3000* TBC

*Prices are subject to change

Cost includes: Airport transfers, transfers between Phnom Penh & Battambang, accommodation, in country orientation

Cost excludes: Flights, meals, commute costs, visa, unit tuition, personal expenses

PACE Travel Grants available (subject to eligibility): $1100-$3000

Current opportunities

*Please note that the unit availability, timing and activities are always subject to change

UnitUnit timingActivity examples
LAWS452/LAWS899Session 2 (after activity)Students will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in partnership with their target beneficiaries whom represent Cambodia's most vulnerable – the poor, the remote, those with disabilities, those from minority groups and girls/women.
MAS350Session 2 (after activity)Students will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.
PACE360Winter Vacation (same time as activity)Students will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.
INTS305Session 2 (after activity)Students will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.

Unit info

UnitUnit timingOverseas activity timingActivity examples
LAWS452/LAWS899Session 2 (after activity)Winter VacationStudents will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in partnership with their target beneficiaries whom represent Cambodia's most vulnerable – the poor, the remote, those with disabilities, those from minority groups and girls/women.
MAS350Session 2 (after activity)Winter VacationStudents will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.
PACE360Winter Vacation (same time as activity)Winter VacationStudents will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.
INTS305Session 2 (after activity)Winter VacationStudents will support KHEN's rights-based, inclusive development approach in assisting with the development of their online communications and online social presence including the mapping of new schools in remote areas.
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