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Opening Ceremony of Scarf Weaving Skill Training Course at ABIC

According to the strong request from ABIC (Angkor Ban Indigo Community) members, CYK asked for the assistance from JICF to organize this training course for the second time for 40 days for six members. And the opening ceremony of scarf weaving skill training course was held on 1st Aug.’17. In the training period, all members … Read More

One Exercise Game in the Village Preschool

In the preschool, playing is learning and learning is playing because through playing, children learn a lot by using their five senses. Therefore, games are included in the preschool curriculum. In CYK’s village preschool, cloth ball is very popular for children. They can play cloth ball during free time, and play happily with friends. However, … Read More

Closing Ceremony of Pidan Weaving Skill Training Course For Preservation and Revitalization of Hol Pidan; Pictorial silk ikat

On June 30, 2016, the closing ceremony of the Pidan Weaving Skill Training course was held with the participation of representative from Non-Formal Education Department, committee members of Community Learning Center, trainer, four trainees, staff of weaving center and CYK office staffs. In the closing ceremony, the trainer reported the process of training, pattern learned, … Read More

International Children Day’s Event in June 2017

Every year, in June, CYK cooperate with DOE (District Office of Education) officers, village preschool supporting committee to organize special event for children of childcare center and all village preschools of CYK in Kandal and Takeo province. The event is very special for children as well as for parents and community people. In the event, … Read More

The Opening Ceremony of Pidan Weaving Skill Training Course

With the continued support of Friends of Khmer Culture, Inc., CYK can continue another course of Pidan weaving skill training for four skillful young weavers in 2017. The opening ceremony of the course is on April 24, 2017. CYK’s director, four committee members, trainees, trainer and project staffs attended in the ceremony. In this course, … Read More

Teachers technical Meeting in Kandal Province

CYK aims better childcare in quality.  It has been supporting monthly technical meetings in all 11 districts since  2008 and in 3 districts in 2010. In 2011, it was continued to support another three districts upon the strong request form the project partner, the Chief of Early Childhood Education Office of Kandal. During the meeting, … Read More

Childcare training visit to Thai border area

Six child care teachers of CYK childcare centers visited five childcare centers and pre-schools in Thailand at the beginning of January 2012. They discussed what to learn and the ideal vision and environment of their childcare centers to be in 10 years. They visited five centers and pre-schools as Parai village childcare centers where CYR, … Read More

Childcare Materials Support for Community Pre-school

Early Childhood Care and Education Department (ECCD) of MoEYS organized the training for new community pre-school teachers in August. It was conducted  at  Kratie, Takeo, Kampot provinces for 140 participants from10 provinces. CYK cooperated it and donated a set of 10 childcare play materials/games for all the participants. Our staff explained the aims and usage … Read More

Fish Raising for the Operation of Childcare Centers

From July 2011, CYK cooperated with the staffs of  CEDAC,  local agricultural NGO on raising fish. Beung Kyang supporting committee members and cooks of our community childcare centers took responsibility to raise fish to generate more income in order to be self-reliant in the operation of both childcare centers.  They participated well the training including … Read More

The Exhibition on “Cambodia Traditional Pictorial Silk Textile; Preservation and Development” at the National Museum of Cambodia from January 11 to April 11, 2016

Hol pidan is a very special elaborately designed pictorial silk textile. It symbolizes the profoundness and excellence of skills of Cambodian ikat weaving. It is distinguished from other silk textiles by its design of narrative scenes, which often relate to Buddhism. However many antique pidans have been destroyed or taken away overseas and there are … Read More

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