Successful integration of 5 child rights related topics: Child Rights (CR), Child Participation (CP), Inclusive Education (IE), Positive Disciplines in Schools (PDS), and Prevention of Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Children (TSEC) into the training curriculum of Teacher Training Centers (TTC) and being taught nationwide as per curricular.
Target teachers were equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills (classroom management, setting of classroom rules, and teaching methods), which continues to improve a child-friendly learning environment.
A children and youth network at the national level, Cambodia Children and Young People Movement for Child Rights (CCYMCR), was formed and continues to receive CRF support.
Around 1,124 CCYMCR members and 369 parents were equipped with basic knowledge of child rights and child participation during 2013-2014.
Safe School Guidelines were officially adopted and launched by MoEYS. A child protection policy for school was adopted and is now being enforced at schools. Schools have been equipped with the necessary equipment and facilities to be safe and resilient if disaster strikes.
HYGIENE & SANITATION
Thousands of teachers and students acquired knowledge on proper hygiene and sanitation, as well as other primary health care.
Target schools were equipped with hygiene and sanitation facilities (water storage, latrines, hand-washing basins, garbage bins, water filters, first aid kits, sanitary items, and more).