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Banteay Meanchey Province

  1. បឋមសិក្សាសុវណ្ណគិរី
  2. សាលាបឋមសិក្សាជ័យទេពមង្គល
  3. សាលាបឋមសិក្សាសង់ប្រាសាទ
  4. សាលាបឋមសិក្សាព្រៃទទឹង
  5. សាលាបឋមសិក្សាបឹងត្រស់
  6. សាលាបឋមសិក្សាប៉ោយតាសេក

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Kampong Thom Province

សាលាបឋមសិក្សាកប់ថ្លុក ភូមិកប់ថ្លុក ឃុំដីរីស្លាប់ ស្រុកកំពង់ស្វាយ ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ

kpt-01-kob-tlok-1 kpt-01-kob-tlok-2

អនុវិទ្យាល័យ និងវិទ្យាល័យត្បែង ភូមិត្បែង ឃុំត្បែង ស្រុកកំពង់ស្វាយ ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ

kpt-02-kob-tlok-1 [PICTURE]

បឋមសិក្សា និងអនុវិទ្យាល័យនីពេជ ភូមិនីពេជ ឃុំនីពេជ ស្រុកកំពង់ស្វាយ ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ

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បឋមសិក្សា និងអនុវិទ្យាល័យព្រះក្រសាំង ភូមិក្រសាំង ឃុំសានគរ ស្រុកកំពង់ស្វាយ ខេត្តកំពង់ធំ

kpt-04-krasang-1 [PICTURE]

បឋមសិក្សា-អនុវិទ្យាល័យដូង

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Equal access to textbooks and children’s books

Equal access to textbooks and children's books

 

Many parents in the countryside of Kg Thom Province only make less than $6 a day. However,  one textbook costs $2, which is very hard for the parent’s to support their children’s education. 

Goals:
Create an opportunity for all Cambodian students to have equal access to
textbooks and children’s books

 

Attract, expose , and open the door for students to read, gain knowledge, and reach their potential by using the library.  
Your donation to purchase one book ($2) or more textbooks will directly impact the future of unfortunate students.
Your name or the name of your choosing will be added to the inside cover of your donated book.

 

Books
 
Children’s books: A complete set of 300 books per school
   Textbooks from 1st grade to 12th grade
Donate to school library for students who do not have access to textbooks.

 

Target date 
 
First week of April 2017, just before the Cambodian New Year.

 

Target schools
 
5 schools in Kg Thom with more than 3,000 students
and 6 schools in Banteay MeanChey with more than 1,600 students

 

Please Help Support Poor Students in Cambodia
 
By Sending Your Tax-Deductible Donation (payable to CEE Foundation) to:
CEE Foundation
634 Oakwood Ct,Westbury,N.Y 11590

 

 

Scholarship

"Scholarship applications will be accepted between October 15 and November 15, 2017"

2017 - 2018 Scholarship

Students are expected to fill out the application form in its entirety. Please follow the instructions carefully. All required documents listed in the instruction must be submitted along with the application. CEE Foundation reserves the right not to process any incomplete applications. When we receive the application package, we will notify the applicant whether the package is complete or additional documents are needed. The Applicant must, in good faith, provide them to CEE Foundation no later than November 15, 2017.

Application Instructions: Please click here to see application instruction

Application Form: Pleae click here to see application form

Contact Information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

General Scholarship Fund

Fund that is used to award to students who pursue higher education in any area of study will be categorized as a general fund. The fund is raised from the public at large. The donors do not specify how the fund is used.

Special Scholarship Fund

Fund that is used to award to students who pursue higher education in any specific area of study as specified by the donors. The funds are raised from individuals or organizations. It can be used for that purpose only. Donors who wish to sponsor students of their choice may do so through the special scholarship fund.

Education Development Fund

Fund that is awarded for the development of educational institutions, including facilities, services, and programs (new school, library, dormitory, school supply, computer literacy program, vocational training, etc.). The fund is raised from individuals and/or organizations who specify how the fund is used.

The CEE Foundation has expanded its educational development program into an after-hour English school where English is taught. This program is currently a one-year pilot program at Ek Phnom, Battambang province and it will be funded for year 2009-2010. The pilot program is an assistant to and partnership with Khmer Center for Development (KCD).

Eligibility

To be able to eligible for a scholarship fund, a student:

  • Must be a Cambodian citizen  

  • Have achieved academic excellence  

  • Is from impoverished background

  • Is not relating to a CEE Foundation Selecting Committee member

  • Have not received substantial support from other individuals or organizations

  • Have shown the following qualities:

    • Trustworthiness  
    • Responsibility  
    • Respect  
  • Citizenship 
  • Will attend a Cambodian educational institution full time  

  • Will maintain academic excellence 

Criteria

To apply for a scholarship fund, a student shall:

  • Meet the eligibility criteria  
  • Complete and submit an application Package, MS Word format or PDF format
  • Provide three letters of recommendation from immediate teachers and persons not related to the applicants  
  • Must submit 2,000 words essay about the decision to attend college and future career goals  
  • Provide CEE Foundation with academic updates every 3 months 
  • Meet other criteria as defined by CEE Foundation

We are using a scoring system in addition to the criteria above.

Please Help

KCD and 3SG are in need of computers, educational software, audio, video and other training materials. We believe the evening English School Program enhances students' future and will reduce a burden to the society. Equipped with English skill, they have a better chance to be admitted to an university and/or to find a job.

The evening English School will keep children busy at school to learn. In Cambodia, young children engage in an unimaginable acts as seen in this video clip link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/education/7372503.stm.
Together, we can reduce and eventually eliminate these problems. If you want to sponsor students, or want to help port similar program to somewhere else in Cambodia, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Chea Smarn School

 

The Chea Smarn Elementary and Junior High School is located in the village of Chea Smarn, Mean Chey commune, Prasat Bakong district, Siemreap province.

Chea Smarn School was built in 1954 in Chea Smarn which is a poor farming village in a flood plain near the bank of the Tonle Sap Lake.  The school provides primary and first year of secondary education to students from the five neighboring villages: Chea Smarn, Banteay Russei, Kampong Tkau, Daun Num, and Soung.

Click the links below to learn more about this school:

Chea Smarn Programs

Our goals

We believe school is where to start to help Cambodia lift itself out of poverty.  It is our hope that a strong school will instill in these young children with a culture of education, a sense of perseverance and a drive for excellence.  We believe that changes can be achieved by helping one school and one village at a time.

The Chea Smarn school is a primary and secondary school, located in one of the poorest area in Siemreap, Cambodia.  The first phase of our programs is to address the school library needs of basic multi-media equipment’s (CD/DVD players, TV) and course materials.

We welcome any individual or group who would like to join us in providing the students of this school an opportunity to become the productive members of the future Cambodian society.  You can help by making donation in any amount either:
  • by check, made payable to CEE Foundation - The Chea Smarn School Program and send to CEE Foundation / Treasurer, 9845 Canal Road, Montgomery Village, MD 20886
  • or by using the web site donation in the right column: please check the box for “Chea Smarn School Program”

See our current program:  Library Media Lab 2010
By Dave Khuon (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), program coordinator, August 9th, 2010.

School Profile

 SCHOOL INFORMATION (English Translation)

The Chea Smarn Elementary and Junior High School is located in the village of Chea Smarn, Mean Chey commune, Prasat Bakong district, Siemreap province. 

Chea Smarn is a poor farming village which lays in a flood plain near the bank of the Tonle Sap Lake, about 24 km south-east from the provincial town Siemreap.

The school resides on a lot of 4200 square meters (one acre).  It is the only school to provide primary and first year of secondary education to students from the five neighboring villages: Chea Smarn, Bantay Russei, Kampong Tkau, Daun Num, and Soung.

The school was built in 1954, as a single wooden structure with brick tile roof;  it had 3 rooms, and offered grade 1 to grade 4 which were taught by 4 teachers.  The original structure was destroyed during the war years.

In 1979, the people in the five villages pooled together their humble resources, and with financial assistances from the commune, district and provincial governments, to rebuild the school.  It had a wooden structure, brick tile roof, dirt floor and walls made of coconut leaves.  There was no chair, table or desk for students and teachers: both students and teachers sat on the dirt floor during class.

In 1997, the wooden structure gave way to two brick buildings with 10 rooms, of which one serves as the administration office, a second room as the school library.  The remaining 8 rooms are used for teaching elementary students in all the 7 grades, in 13 classes and 2 shifts.

Year 2008-2009 academic performances:

Grades 1 – 6

Male

Female

Total

Number of teachers

1

8

9

Number of classes: 13, split in 2 shifts

 

 

 

Number of Students

287

259

555

Students passing the class

256

251

507

Students failing the class

31

8

39

For the year 2009 – 2010, grade 7 (or 1st year of Junior High) has been added

Grade 7

Male

Female

Total

Number of teachers

1

3

4

Number of Students

44

46

90

Number of classes: 2, split in 2 shifts

 

 

 


Immediate needs

  1. Every year, during the raining season, the court yard is flooded, endangering students and teachers safety.  We need to raise the level of the court yard, and to build a peripheral fence around the school.
  2. The administration office, the library, and teaching materials storage are taking up 2 rooms, which could be better used for teaching.  We need a separate building for the administration office, the library and store room, in order to augment the number of classrooms to meet the growth of the student population.
  3. The school needs basic student supplies such as writing papers, ball-point pens, pencils to provide to the very poor students: 133 students.

    Chea Smarn, November 23rd, 2009
    School Principal,
     
    Signed: Chhoeu Thavin

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 Additional Notes

In addition to its immediate needs, the school sorely lacks resources in the following areas:

  1. OFFICE: modern equipment to help the school cope with the increase in number of students every year.   Expertise to help tracking student progress.
  2. LIBRARY: more seating areas, and more books in Math, Science, Agriculture in Cambodian and English for students and teachers usage, in the library and in the classroom.  Students and teachers cannot afford to purchase books on their own.  Other forms of educational materials such as re-used computers, CD / DVD, and recorded TV programs are needed in the library.
  3. ELECTRICITY: from solar panels or windmills.
  4. PROGRAMS:
    • Provide poor students with school uniforms: new or 2nd hand
    • Setup a reward / recognition program to raise student academic level
    • Setup sports activities
    • Connect students and teachers with peers around the country and abroad

Contact Information

School Director:         Mrs. Chhoeu Thavin
Phone number:          (0) 12 848 163
School address:         Chea Smarn Primary and Junior High School
                                 Chea
Smarn village, Mean Chey commune
                                 Prasat
Bakong District
                                 Siemreap
Province, CAMBODIA

Additional Information

Chea Smarn Clean Water Supply

Program

The school water supply, based on existing water wells built in the early 2000's, do not have enough water for the increasing number of the school students:  600+ at the time of this writting.  The water needs filtering before it can be safely drunk by the students.  The school principal has asked our help to build 2 more wells.

After consultations with a group of donors, we agree to budget this year for: 10 water filters which will reduce the risk of diarrhea by 50%, 1 water well to feed the filters, 1 kiosk to be used by the students as an outdoor study area and as a place to fetch clean drinking water.  We will also continue our yearly program of school supplies and uniforms to the neediest students.  The funding target for 2011 is set to $1000.

Item

Qty

Cost

Fund to raise

Water filtering tanks (incl. transportation)

10

$137.50

(already funded)

Water Well

1

$300.00

$300

Student Kiosk

1

$400.00

$400

Student school supplies and uniforms

n

$200.00

$200

 

 

 

 

 

$1037.50

$900

To minimize the transportation costs, the materials will be purchased in Siemreap.

By Dave Khuon (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , program coordinator, March 3rd, 2011.

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Delivery

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Performance Report

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Chea Smarn Library

Program

The current facility of the Chea Smarn library can be, at best, described as precarious:  a small classroom of less than 25 square meters is being used for book storage, student seating and library administration. 

Since the school location is about 30-40km from the main tourist area of Angkor Wat, the current thoughts among our donors is to equip the school with some basic media devices to encourage students to learn language skills (read/write/conversation).  These skills will be useful to them whether in their future pursuit of higher education, or for lack of opportunity, if they will have to leave the school system in order to help their parents make a living.  We do intend, however, to encourage students to stay in school to as far as they can. 

Due to limited resources, we will start with a small Khmer, English and French language lab, to make sure the initial phase will be successful first.  We target the youngest age bracket: 2nd - 4th grades.  The skills they acquire will also help improve their academic levels in other school subjects.  The provided materials are targeted to the students who genuinely want to learn, without any other incentives.  We like to instill in them a sense of self-motivation.  We like also to encourage an active participation of the parents in the education of their children.

Future phases may involve computers and science contents for upper levels students.

Our planned budget for year 2010 is to purchase the following items, unless other funding sources are found:

Item

Qty

Est. total cost

DC TV

1

$100

CD/DVD players

3

$210

Auto batteries as electricity source for the above equipment

2

$200

CD/DVD and books in Khmer and English

 

$50

Fund for charging batteries for 2010

 

$40

 

 

$600

 

To minimize the transportation costs, the materials will be purchased in Siemreap.

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Funding

 CheaSmarn ceef-receipt

 Delivery

 --In progress ...

Performance Report

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School Supply

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English School Program

The English School at KCD is open Monday through Saturday and starts from 5 PM to 6 PM at Ek Phnom High School. Currently, there are 707 students enrolled in the program. There are 18 classes. Twenty English teachers, one secretary, one supervisor, and one administrator are currently working for KCD.

Currently, each student pays US $1 tuition per month. The tuition will increase in 2009 and beyond. However, students from poor families are always admitted to study for free, if they have a certification from commune leaders stating their socio-economic status.

Click here to view student's photo gallery.

School Library

The school library at Phum Svay in Banteay Meachey Province is dedicated to our young children in the countryside to have an equal access to opportunities facility for learning and growing. The library is cooperatively funded by CEE Foundation and the Khmer Buddhist Association (KBA), an NGO in Cambodia.

Here is an environment that affords our Cambodian Children the best possible education for tomorrow and beyond. CEE Foundation will strive to make each student's day a positive and memorable experience by increasing his or her reading abilities.

The window of opportunity closes early for most kids. If a child can't read well by the end of the third grade, odds are that he or she will never catch up. And the effects of falling behind and feeling like a failure can be devastating Education is simply the soul of society as it passes from one generation to the next. Click here for pictures

Capacity Building: Teaching the Teachers

Lacking of qualified teachers is one of the major problems facing KCD. Low salary (US $15 to US $30 per month) causes qualified teachers to leave KCD as they can earn more elsewhere. To make current teaching staff happy and to encourage them to stay, KCD implement a Teacher Capacity Building Program, that is, teaching the teachers. Click here to view teacher's photo gallery.

Periodically, KCD hires professional from Teaching School in Battambang to come and train its teachers various teaching skills, at a cost of around US$250 per training session. Teachers must sign a contract promising to stay teaching at KCD for at least three years. CEE Foundation is a proud sponsor of this program as well.

KCD connects its program to foreigners who speak English and works in or is visiting Cambodia. They come to the center and interact with students and teachers and give them an opportunity to sharpen their English language skill.

Khmer Center for Development (KCD)

The English School program is an evening, after-class program in Ek Phnom, Battambang Province. Click this link for CNN News coverage:

English language will improve young people's life in many ways. They will be able to enjoy reading and understand books and literatures as well as internet contents that are abundantly published in English. In a simple word, English enable young Cambodian to expand their knowledge in all areas, and to better prepare themselves for higher education.

Scholarship Application Instruction in English

Application Form    Rev 6-July10

We strongly suggest that you apply online thru our website at www.ceefoundation.org. Click here for online application. If it is not feasible, then fill out the application form included at the bottom of these instructions. The form can be downloaded from our website www.ceefoundation.org, Publications, and then Forms. Click here for the paper form.

To help us expediting your application process, follow the instructions carefully and fill out the form to the best of your ability. Write or print legibly. You must answer all questions. If applicable, do not leave any entry blank or leave the checkbox unchecked.

How and Where to Submit the Application Package: Scan your completed application form and all required documents, make sure they are clearly legible, and save them as one single Adobe PDF file. You must name your file as: Your full name-Type of application-Your school acronym-Year in school.pdf. For example, if your name is Nop Nuon and you apply for a new scholarship to study at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) as a second year student, name your file as: Nop Nuon -New-ITC-2.pdf

The CEE Foundation will not accept more than one file and the file must be in Adobe PDF. Send this file as an attachment to an e-mail addressed to:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including a brief description in the subject line (e.g., Scholarship Application: Pel Chhany, Renewal, RUPP, Year 3).

Important -- Incomplete form or documentation and/or failure to comply with the instructions will result in immediate rejection of the application package.

Part I. APPLICATION FORM

The numbers here refer to the question numbers in the application form.

[1] Write or print your full name in Khmer (same as shown on your identification card).

[2] Write or print your full name in Latin (same as shown in your identification card).

[3] Check an appropriate checkbox that applies to you.

[4] Write or print your date of birth in a format as specified in the form (Year/Month/Day).

[5] Write or print your place of birth as recorded in your birth certificate. This may be different from the place where you or your parents live currently.

[6] Enter your phone number if you have one. Alternate phone is your work phone, a pager, or your friend/relative's phone that we can call to contact you or leave message for you.

[7] Enter your e-mail address if you have one. If none of the above, briefly describe how we can contact you.

[8] Write or print your present address in a format as specified in the form. This is the address where you are currently or will be living while attending university. It is where all correspondence, if any, will be sent to, or it is where we can contact you.

[8.1] Check appropriate box.

[9] Write or print your parents' address and< check appropriate box below it. This is a hometown or village address where you lived while attending high school.

[9.1] If your parents own the house, check "Own" checkbox along with the type of house, i.e., wooden, brick or thatched. < If your parents rent the house, indicate the rent amount in Riels or US dollars.

[9.2] Check appropriate box.

[10] Write or print your father's full name. Check Deceased checkbox, if he is not alive (passed away). Check an appropriate checkbox that applies to your father's health condition, his marital status, and his profession. If he is a businessman, describe the type of business. For example, if he sells groceries at the market, enter Grocery. If he has no job, check Unemployed checkbox.

[11] Write or print your mother's full name. Check Deceased checkbox, if she is not alive (passed away). Check an appropriate checkbox that applies to your mother's health condition, her marital status, and her profession. If she is a businesswoman, please enter the type of business. For example, if she owns a laundry mart, enter Laundry mart. If she has no job, check Housewife checkbox.

[12] Enter father's and mother's income separately in Riels or US dollars. You must answer this question.

[13] Enter the total number of brothers and sisters, 18 years old or under, your parents currently support.

[13.1] Enter the number of children attending university in the school year of your application. Do not include yourself.

[14] Check an appropriate box about your living arrangement. This is related to question 8 above about the address where you live while attending university. Indicate that you live with your parents for free, stay at the temple or a dormitory for free, or rent a place to live. The renting place could be your parent's, friend's or relative's house. Enter the rent amount per month. If you are still in high school, check Unknown box.

[15] Explain how you are able to pay tuition and fees and support yourself. Indicate if someone besides you or your parents help pay your tuition. Also specify the amount. You must answer this question as completely as possible.

[16] Indicate whether you have received or will receive financial assistance from other sources besides the CEE Foundation. This includes free tuition, free money, or scholarship. Check one or more boxes that apply.

[17] Indicate whether you have any relative(s) living abroad, and what country.

[17.1] If you have relative(s) abroad, indicate your relationship with the relative(s).

[17.2] If you have relative(s) abroad, indicate the country your relative(s) live(s).

[18] Indicate whether you are currently working either full or part time. If you work, the CEE Foundation considers it favorably regardless of how much you earn. We encourage you to work to gain experience. It indicates that you have a career objective, that you are trying to support yourself and not only expect assistance from others.

[18.1] Regardless of whether or not you work, indicate how much your total monthly expenses are, excluding school tuition and fees.

[19] Indicate the means of transportation to school every day. If you walk to school, enter how many kilometers each way. Daily paid transportation includes bus or other paid transportation method such as paid motorcycle ride.

[20] Enter the name of your last high school and where it is located.

[20.1] Specify the date you graduated or will graduate from high school. P

[20.2] Provide the high school's Baccalaureate Certificate, latest official transcript/records of your GPA (grade point average) or final grades or other applicable scores. Without this proof, your application will be rejected.

[21] Enter the name of the university and where it is located. Indicate:

[21.1] the year you are in,

[21.2] the date you do or will you start attending,

[21.3] the date you expect to graduate,
[21.4] and the degree and major you are pursuing.
[21.5] Provide the university's latest official transcript/records of your GPA or final grades or other applicable scores. Check one of the following boxes and enter the appropriate score. Without this proof, your application will be rejected.
[21.5.1] GPA (Grade Point Average) – show your GPA score over the maximum grade; for example, if your GPA is 3.5 and the maximum is 4, write 3.5/4.[21.5.2] Show your letter grade and indicate the range of the letter grades, from highest to lowest; e.g., B+ in the range {A+, A, B+, B, …, F}.
[21.5.3] Show your average score over the maximum score; e.g., if your average score is 85 and the maximum possible score is 100, write 85/100.[21.5.4] Provide your explanation.
[22] If you attend other school/university while attending the university in question 21, specify the school name and the major or study subject.
[23] Indicate whether you receive any award from school or Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport or from other organization. The award should be related to education, i.e., winning spelling competition, high academic achievement in any subject, certificate of completion of any vocational training, etc. Provide proof of such award.
[24] Indicate whether you participate in any extra curricula, such as playing in a school's sports team (any kind), or member of school's athletic team, volunteer to serve the elderly, to look after< children of other family than your own, to assist patients at the local hospital, etc. The CEE Foundation encourages you to volunteering your time for others. We will give you a high consideration for this humanitarian act. Provide proof of your activity.
[25] Declaration Clause. It is very crucial that the applicant fully understand and comply with all requirements and terms and conditions of CEE Foundation's financial assistance, including its mission, goals, value, and philosophy. You should read our website at www.ceefoundation.org . Also, you must check the box to acknowledge that all information you provide in this application is true and correct, and to indicate that you give us your consent to use your information as appropriate. The CEE Foundation reserves the right to reject your application if you do not agree with the statement or leave this box unchecked.
[26] Signature & Date. You must sign and date the application. If you do not sign it, we will not process your application.
Part II. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

[27 You must submit the following documents along with your completed application form. Depending on the type of application (new or renewal), failure to submit them will result in a denial of your scholarship award.
a) Photo, 40mm x 60mm, or similar size, color or black and white.
b) Copy of your High School diploma if you already graduated. If you will graduate in the near future within the year you apply for scholarship, you may give the latest year's transcript available from your high school. Soon after your graduation, you should submit it to us. Note that we only accept application from student who already graduated from high school, or will graduate within the year you apply for scholarship, or student who already attended university.
c) School transcript – This is the official document, signed and dated by the school official, which can be one or more of the following:
i. Final grades report, showing the overall GPA (grade point average);
ii. High School transcript, showing final grades of all classes taken during the course of your study or during the last semester or quarter of your last year of study;
iii. If already attended a university, provide both high school certificate and university transcript.
d) Proof of school enrollment. This is a proof of admission or pre-admission to a university during the year you apply for scholarship. It can be an official letter from school, a student identification card showing the effective and expiration dates, or a receipt of tuition payment.
e) A 2000-word essay in Khmer or English. This must be written by you and you alone. It can be hand-written or a printed copy and must be clearly legible. If hand-written, no more than three pages. Provide your full name on the essay and sign and date. The following are general guidelines:
i. State your intention to pursue higher education, your goal and your career objectives.
ii. State your major or an area of study if you already know, or describe your reasoning about your major or area of study that you consider pursuing.
iii. Why do you think the major or the area of study you pursue or will pursue will benefit you, your family, and the country?
iv. State your values, your belief, your social and moral responsibilities to serve your family, your fellow Cambodians and your country.
v. Do not write a thank you letter nor describe your personal, familial or financial situation or your needs for financial assistance.
vi. Note: The essay should be short, concise and meaningful. It should reflect your personal vision and goal, your career objective, your moral and ethical standards, and your social responsibility toward your community and the country. Writing longer letter than the number of pages recommended, or lack of substances mentioned above will hurt your chance for scholarship award.
f) Three letters of recommendation. The letter should be from your former teachers, preferably from a different school where you have attended or from any individual not related to you and who knows your qualifications. The letter should contain the following information of the person who writes the letter:

i. His or her name;

ii. His or her profession;

iii. His or her relationship to you, i.e., teacher, friend;

iv. How does he/she know you? For how long?

v. How does he/she know your financial situation?

vi. Why does he/she think you qualify for the scholarship?

vii. Date and his/her signature on the letter.

Copy of your National Identification Card. The school ID card is acceptable.

Other documents that may prove your social, economic or academic status may be submitted with the application. They may include, but not limited to, copy of home ownership, rental lease, hospital bill, proof of your financial situation, your monthly income and expenses or any unusual circumstances or hardship.

2007-2008

but chansophea BUT, CHANNSOPHEA, Born in 1988, Battambang, daughter of But, Bunann (construction worker) and Chem Channthou (housewife), is the first student to receive our CEE Foundation scholarship for 2007-2008 fiscal year. She is undertaking a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Law and Economics in Phnom Penh. She graduated from Upper Secondary School, Preh Monivong High School, Battambang, in 2006.

Channsophea has been accepted to stay in the Harpswell Foundation's dormitory. You may write to her atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Read Channsophea's Essay.

Scholarship is donated by an anonymous donor in the memory of DINN SAUKHON

helchanthorn HEL, CHANTHORN, Born in 1989, Prey Kabas, Takeo, son of Khim, Net (farmer) and Muy, Kimly, Vin (farmer).

Chanthan is pursuing Engineering degree at the Institute Technology of Cambodia (ITC) in a field related to Information Technology. He states that Cambodia needs more skilled people in high tech of various areas to rebuild the country.

Read Chanthan's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Professor Chhim Soum. The fund is donated by Venerable Kim Cang .

tn Chey Keodina CHEY, KEODINA, Born in 1987, Prey Kabas, Takeo, son of Chey, Srim (teacher) and Kheav, Sary (farmer).

Keodina is a freshman at the Royal University of Phnom Penh majoring in Information Technology. He wants to have a broader knowledge and to attain skills so that he can help his family and the country to be competitive with other countries in the world.

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Scholarship Name: General Thach Reng & Sineth Om Thach. The fund is donated by Venerable Kim Cang .

tn Hok Piseth HOK, PISETH, Born in 1985, Prey Kabas, Takeo, son of Hok, Chhun Hong (primary school teacher) and Peng, Say Vouch (primary school teacher).

Piseth is a second-year student at Build Bright University in Phnom Penh majoring in Information Technology.

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Read Piseth's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Tan Chip. The fund is donated by Chip Tan .

tn Eav Saran EAV, SARAN, Born in 1986, Prey Kabas, Takeo, daughter of Eav, Beong (farmer) and Uy, Saray (farmer).

Saran is a first-year student at Technology Institute of Cambodia majoring in Chemistry. She wants to use skills which she acquires through attending university to help herself, her family and the country.

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Read Saran's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Tan Chip. The fund is donated by Chip Tan .

hengpanith HENG, PHANITH, Born in 1988, Prey Kabas, Takeo, son of Heng, Tairith and Tuy, Davy (vegetable seller).

Phanith has been the No. 1 student at BA NOY High School, Srok Prey Kabbas, Takeo. He was one of the top three students in his region. He was raised by a divorced mother with five children, one of them already got married. Receiving no support from her ex-husband, his mother sells the vegetable for a living to support the four children. She has no farm land.

He receives scholarship from the Special Fund donated by Mr. Chip Tan, Bellevue (Seattle), WA.

Read Phanith's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Tan Chip. The fund is donated by Chip Tan .

sonhien picture Venerable SON, HIEN, Born in 1981, Kampuchea Krom, Preah Trapeang Province, son of Son, Reth (deceased) and Kim, Thon (farmer).

Venerable Hean Son is originally from Kampuchea Krom, presently resides at Watt LaingKa in Phnom Penh. He is from a poor family, raised by widow mother with 4 children.

He attends Build Bright University (2nd year) in Phnom Penh, with major in Business Management, International Commerce.

He receives CEE Foundation scholarship from the Special Fund donated by Venerable Cang Kim of Richmond Buddhist Monastery, Mechanicsville, VA.

Read Ven. Son Hien's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

The scholarship is named in memory of Samdech Preah Sanghareach Chuon Nat. The fund is donated by Venerable Kim Cang .

sollsuvong pic Venerable SOLL, SUVONG, Born in 1977, Bavel, Battambang, son of Thach, Soll (farmer), and Lim, Satha (farmer).

Venerable Soll Suvong Son is a 4th year student at Pannasastra University. He is pursuing a a degree in International Relation. He believes that the International Relation is a very important subject that will lead one to be able to effectively deal with international corporation, build regional and international peace, and build strong relationship between states and states with mutual benefits and interests.

He receives CEE Foundation scholarship from the Special Fund donated by Venerable Cang Kim of Richmond Buddhist Monastery, Mechanicsville, VA.

Read Ven. Soll Suvong's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

The scholarship is named in memory of Samdech Preah Sanghareach Chuon Nat. The fund is donated by Venerable Kim Cang .

buoypiseth pic BUOY, PISETH, Born in 1985, Trorpeing Kam Peur, Srok Ang Snoul, Kandal, son of Buoy, Bory (teacher), and Sum, Nareth (farmer).

He was graduated from high School in 2005 with Bacc II, Grade B and score 99.843. Presently, he is a 2nd year student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, majoring in Computer Sciences with GPA of 4.0. He hopes he could pursue study until having Doctor degree in Computer Sciences .

Read Piseth's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Friends of Lycee Sisowath (FLS). The fund is donated by Friends of Lycee Sisowath (FLS).

chhonchannak pic CHHON, CHANNAK, Born in 1989, Capital City of Battambang, daughter of Chhit, Chhon (house guard), and Sat, Phalla (housewife).

She graduated from Preah Monivong High School, Battambang in 2006 with grade B and score 99.882. She is a 2nd year student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, with GPA 3.40, majoring in Information Technology .She wants to continue her study abroad and brings knowledge back to serve our Motherland.

Read Channak's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CCD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian Community Day (CCD) of Virginia, USA.

dornida pic DOR, NIDA, Born in 1984, Kam Pang Leng, Kampong Chhnang, son of Dor, Sapoun (farmer), and Pan, Sala (farmer).

He graduated from Preah Bath Sumarith high School, Kampong Chhnang in 2003 with grade B, score 99.760. He is a 3rd year student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh with a major in Information Technology. He stays at Butum Watey Pagoda in Phnom Penh with Venerable Penh Vibol. After graduation, he wants to teach and want to have career as a software developer. He also wants to help poor students.

Read Nida's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CCD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian Community Day (CCD) of Virginia, USA.

khournkhemry pic KHOURN, KHEMRY, Born in 1988, Phnom Penh, daughter of Sim, Khourn (government worker), and Pech, Srey Pov (housewife).

She was selected as a second best student in Khet Kampot in grade 12. She graduated with Bacc II, grade B and a score of 99.850. Presently, she is a 2nd year in computer Sciences at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, having GPA of 3.70. She has a dream to become a magic animation designer and believes in equal rights for all.

Read Khemry's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Friends of Lycee Sisowath (FLS). The fund is donated by Friends of Lycee Sisowath (FLS).

penchanveasna PEN, CHANVEASNA, Born in 1986, Phiromket, Kampong Chhnang, son of Pen, Sarin (government worker), and Chheang, Soklay (Seller).

He graduated from Preah Bath Suramrith High School, Kompong Chhang in 2004, with Bacc II Grade B and a score of 99.805 . He received an award of Honor in 10th,11th and 12th grade. Presently, he is a 3rd year student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh with a major in Computer Sciences, GPA 3.83. In the future, he would like to form an association "Khmer Samaki Khmer" ( Khmer unite Khmer) so that he can provide help to underprivileged students.

Read Chanveasna's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: Kim Phath & Thach Prut. The fund is donated by Venerable Kim Cang .

chhoeunnavin pic CHHOEUN, NAVIN, Born in 1989, Piareang, Prey Veng, daughter of Chom, Chhoeun (farmer), and Mour, Theng (farmer).

She graduated in 2007 from Kompoung Popil High School, Prey Veng. Presently she is a 1st year student at the Royal University of Law & Economics, majoring in Accounting. She believes in protecting and preserving our culture and value. She advocates for equal education for woman.

Read Navin's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CCD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian Community Day (CCD) of Virginia, USA.

hoksiem HOK, SIEM, Born in 1988, Veal Vong, Phnom Penh, daughter of Hok, Kenh (Retired), and Sok, Yek (housewife).

She graduated from Preah Yukuntho High School in Phnom Penh with Bacc II grade B and a score of 99.258. She is 2nd year at the Royal University of Law & Economics, majoring in Law with GPA 4.00. She is voted to be a 2nd year class Vice-President. Her classmates see her as a role model, a good student, a good friend, and a good daughter. She believes in education for woman and in protecting the rights of all Khmer. She wants to be a Lawyer.

Read Siems Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CAHRAD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian American for Human Rights and Democracy (CAHRAD) of Virginia, USA.

hongdinovan pic HONG, DINOVAN, Born in 1988, Koh Sotin, Khet Kampong Cham, daughter of Nahh, SeangHong (government worker) and Say Sophea (housewife).

She was the first in her class during 12th grade at Sihanouk High School, Kampong Cham. She got grade "A" first top ten in the nation for her Baccalaureate exam with score 99.993. She is a 2nd year at Royal University of Law and Economics, majoring in economics. She would like to continue study for Master degree.

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Scholarship Name: Angkor Association. The fund is donated by the Angkor Association of Virginia, USA.

phalkimseng pic PHAL, KIMSENG, Born in 1988, Koh Thom, Kandal, son of Chhim, Phal (farmer), and Chin, Kim (farmer).

He graduated from High School in Phnom Krorvanh, Khet Pursat in 2007. He is a freshman at the Royal University of Law & Economics, majoring in Economics. He has a strong commitment to study hard. He wants to see all students to do the same. He wants them to help themselves and to help the country in the future.

Read Kimseng's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CAHRAD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian American for Human Rights and Democracy (CAHRAD) of Virginia, USA.

rythinda pic RY, THIDA,Born in 1985, Saang,Khet Kandal, daughter of Chhoeun Vary (farmer) and Sim Sroy (farmer).

Thida is a 3rd year at the Royal University of Law and Economics ,majoring in Laws. She is living with her aunt in Phnom Penh. She wants to be a Lawyer with a mindset in promoting social justice in our motherland.

Read Thida's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Scholarship Name: CAHRAD. The fund is donated by the Cambodian American for Human Rights and Democracy (CAHRAD) of Virginia, USA.

boumonorom BOU, MONOROM,Born in 1987, Prey Chhor ,Kampong Cham, son of Bou, Sienglim (deceased) and Choy, Vanny (farmer).

He graduated from Sreng Kim High school in Kompong Cham in 2006. Presently, he is a 2nd year student at the Institute Technology of Cambodia, majoring in Electricity. He wants to have electricity access throughout the country.

Read Monorom's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

hakdanet HAK, DANET,Born in 1986, Prek Brosdo , Kratie, daughter of Pai, Kong (farmer) and Heng, Sikeang (farmer).

She graduated from Kratie High School in 2004. Presently, she is a 3rd year student at the Institute Technology of Cambodia with a major in Chemical & Food Engineering. She wants to be a role model by showing to the young students that a poor daughter of a farmer, like herself, can achieve higher education as well.

Read Danet's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

huotphirun HUOT, PHIRUN,Born in 1986, Battambang, son of Sok, Sarin (selling sugra palm) and Ly, Soklim (housewife).

He graduated from Preah Monivong High School, Battambang, in 2005. Presently, he is a 2nd year student in Civil Engineering with grade B (GPA of 3.0) at the Institute Technology of Cambodia. He wants to be a productive citizen by providing his services for the prosperity of the country in the future.

Read Phirun's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

lachdalina LACH, DALINA, Born in 1985, Siem Reap, daughter of Kvan, Chamnan (government worker) and Mut, Poly (housewife).

She graduated from High school in 2003. Presently, she is a 4th year at the Institute Technology of Cambodia with a major in Information & Communication. She wants to be a project manager and working in the Ministry of Information or the Ministry of Post & Telecommunications

Read Dalina's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

livyi LIV, YI,Born in 1985, Battambang, son of Liv, Thorn (farmer) and Rors, Oum (housewife).

He graduated in 2005 from Battambang High School. Presently, he is a 3rd year student, majoring in Industry and Mechanical Engineering at the Institute Technology of Cambodia. He wants to pursue his study for Doctor degree and will teach at University. He promise to use his knowledge wisely to serve his family, fellow?s countryman and country.

Read Yi's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

lyvuthy LY, VUTHY,Born in 1988, Phnom Penh, son of Ly, Hong (farmer) and You, Tieng (housewife).

He graduated from Hun Sen Chambork High School, Kompong Speu in 2006. Presently, he is a 1st year student with grade B, majoring in Civil Engineering Technician at the Institute Technology of Cambodia. His Physic?s teacher calls him as one of his ingenious students.

Read Vuthy's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

mithonaouk OUK, MITHONA,Born in 1987, Rolea Phe-ear, Kampong Chhnang, son of Ouk, Savoeun (farmer) and Srang, Vanna (hoursewife).

He graduated from High School in 2005. Presently, he is a 2nd year student at the Institute Technology of Cambodia, majoring in Information technology and communication

Read Mithona's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

roshemila ROS, HEMVILA,Born in 1987, Kampong Thom, daughter of Ros, M (government worker) and Loa, Kimsoy (government worker).

She graduated from High School in 2006. Presently, she is a 2nd year student at the Institute Technology of Cambodia with a major in Rural Engineering.

Read Hemvila's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

rysokean RY SOKEAN,Born in 1985, Preah Net Preah, Banteay Mean Chey, son of Play, Saroeung (farmer) and Slam, Sakor (farmer).

He graduated with a grade B and a score of 99.721 in 2004 from Samdech Auv High School in Banteay Mean Chey. Presently, he is a 4th year student at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia, majoring in Rural Engineering with a grade of A. He wants to serve the country by providing service in road construction, mineral resource, and petroleum.

Read Sokean's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

valydona VALY, DONA,Born in 1988, Kandal, son of Chuon, Var (government worker) and Srey, Phally (housewife).

He graduated from high school in 2005 with a top seven students honor in Mathematics in Kandal province. Presently, he is a 3rd year student at the Institute Technology of Cambodia with a major in Information & Communication Engineering.

Read Dona's Application, Bio and Essay, etc.

Chea Smarn School Supply

Program

The Chea Smarn students are from the villages of Chea Smarn, Mean Chey Commune, and Prasat Bakong District in Siemreap Province.  Most of these students come from very poor families.  They are in dire need of any assistance we can give. We welcome your contributions to help these kids to have a decent education.

Our program has provided the poor students with basic school supplies for the last two years.  Here are some pictures of our activities.

 

School Supply on 4/13/2009

       

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School Supply on 2/17/2010

 

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