Challenges and the way forwardPhnom Penh Post

Rampant sporadic civil wars and conflicts had all but brought education in Cambodia to a standstill, most notably so during the Pol Pot regime.

Once known as one of the most powerful empires during the Angkorean era, the Kingdom is now a developing country nestled in the Southeast Asian region.

There is no doubt in the selfless efforts taken by the Royal Government of Cambodia to rehabilitate education to be more robust and prosperous given that it is one of the most vital sectors to leverage economic growth through human resource development.

In the same vein, adult education will play a crucial role in developing human resources and driving the Kingdom’s economy across the threshold to become an upper-middle-income country by 2030 and a high-income country by 2050.

At the World Education Forum held in Senegal in April 2000, approximately 1,100 participants from 164 countries adopted the Dakar Framework for

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