Cambodia is rapidly progressing towards its goal of becoming an upper-middle-income country by 2030. The Royal Government of Cambodia has identified four main strategic policy areas on which to focus its public policies and achieve this goal: human resource development; economic diversification; private sector development… Read More
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Basic education clusters: one way to support education in Cambodia
I published in Development and Practice an article I have written with Kurt Bredenberg about the possibilities offered by basic school clusters in Cambodia. Here is the title, citation and the abstract. Basic education clusters in Cambodia: looking at the future while learning from the past Development… Read More
Knowledge and power in South East Asia
Knowledge and power in South East Asia East Asia Forum Arnaldo Pellini, Ajoy Datta and harry Jones of RAPID discuss their findings on the use of knowledge in policy-making in Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Read more
Evidence-based policy: a matter of luck?
Last week I was in Phnom Penh and had a nice chat with Kurt Bredenberg, an expert of education policy in Cambodia and a long time resident in the country. While talking about the school cluster policy the conversation touched upon the Priority Action Program,… Read More
Just published – Social capital in Cambodia
I just published this book written in collaboration with Cambodian colleagues at the Learning Institute in Phnom Penh. Here is the title and abstract. Engaging for the Environment. The Contribution of Social Capital to Community-Based Natural Resource Management in Cambodia Development is not a straight… Read More
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