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UNICEF works to protect and uphold the rights of all children in Cambodia
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😎💧 Today, the will tell you how to stay hydrated and healthy.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 18
Our body is magic. 😀 Are you excited for the second episode of the ? ✨
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UNICEF Cambodia May 17
When their incorporated local life skill classes into the curriculum, students Run Narin and Sin Phanith saw an opportunity to apply their newfound skills outside of the classroom – with extraordinary results!
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UNICEF Cambodia May 16
✨What magic did you learn from the first class of Magic Classroom? ✨
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UNICEF Cambodia May 15
Ms. Cristian Munduate, UNICEF Representative, congratulated H.E. Dr. Yim Chhay Ly, Deputy Prime Minister on a new National Strategy for Food Security and Nutrition. Nurturing children’s growth with proper nutrition is key to ensure that children can reach their full potential.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 15
Happy ! , a loving and protective family environment.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 14
Always wanted to work with UNICEF? Now’s your chance! New opportunities available. Apply here: Applications close May 26th.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 12
Enjoy the first episode of Magic Classroom. The TV series about nutrition and well-being for children. Watch now on YouTube!
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UNICEF Cambodia May 11
Happy ! ❤ This is a celebration of motherhood today and every day! What’s your message for your mother today?
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UNICEF Cambodia May 10
“It may be possible to gild pure gold, but who can make his mother more beautiful?” – Mahatma Gandhi
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UNICEF Cambodia May 9
Who is excited about the premiere of the Magic Classroom? 🙋🙋‍♂️ The first ever episode will come to you next Monday at 10am! Stay tuned and let’s Prae Krola!
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UNICEF Cambodia May 8
✨ Do you want to know how magic works? Come over and be our student at the ! The first episode is on Monday at 10am! See you there!
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UNICEF Cambodia May 8
Ms Cristian Munduate, UNICEF Representative met H.E Vong Sauth, Minister of MoSVY to express UNICEF ongoing support on Gov't plans to improve child care, prevent & respond to violence against children and implement the cash transfer program for pregnant women and children.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 8
“I believe that without community involvement [in education] there can be no progress.” Chrea Song. This director of the school support committee is committed to delivering quality education for students at Kampong Thmar Primary School.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 6
Sokuntheary shares how the Cambodia blogging programme helped her discover herself.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 6
What makes a local life-skills education project successful? It takes a lot of commitment, knowledge and skills. Mr. Phuok Nuok, the director of Thmor Sor Lower Secondary School is behind this success.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 4
We can overcome anxiety. Pisey, a former blogger, wrote about her struggles with anxiety and offered five practical tips on how to overcome it.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 3
The local-life skills project is implemented by with financial support from and technical support from UNICEF.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 3
Local life-skills allows students to learn something new every day – from domestic lessons, to broom making, to road safety.
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UNICEF Cambodia May 2
This is a story of passion and commitment written by the blogger. Read and be inspired!
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