Youth Development

Youth Development

Promotion of the Kampot Traditional Music and Dance School for Orphaned and Disabled children, Khmer Cultural Development Institute (KCDI)

Project Id: 
Cambodia-Kampot
Summary: 
The Kampot Traditional Music School, founded in 1994, provides cultural education, focusing on Khmer traditional music and dance and vocational training to approximately 30 underprivileged and socially vulnerable children as well as 170 children from the local community in the town of Kampot in Kampot Province.

The Kampot Traditional Music School, founded in 1994, provides cultural education, focusing on Khmer traditional music and dance and vocational training to approximately 30 underprivileged and socially vulnerable children as well as 170 children from the local community in the town of Kampot in Kampot Province.

Start Date: 
Sat, 02/28/2009 - 21:30
End Date: 
Mon, 01/30/2012 - 21:30
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Construction of a State of the Art Intermediate School for Girls – Al-Fao District

Project Id: 
Iraq-P1
Summary: 
The project focuses on improving access of female students residing in seven villages to intermediate education and reducing the number of dropouts by at least 50%. Through creative activities and access to information technologies and training in essential skills, the project aims to help the girls realize their true potential and give them hope for a better future.

The project focuses on improving access of female students residing in seven villages to intermediate education and reducing the number of dropouts by at least 50%. Through creative activities and access to information technologies and training in essential skills, the project aims to help the girls realize their true potential and give them hope for a better future.

 

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Monithapana Khsach Kandal General and Technical High School, Kandal Province

Project Id: 
Cambodia-VOC
Summary: 
Cambodia, a culturally-rich and diverse country in southeastern Asia, is still recovering from the repercussions of the 20 years of Khmer Rouge rule, a dark time in the country’s history that all but drained Cambodia’s cultural heritage.  Along with its partners, ROTA focused on cultural and educational development programs to help rebuild the country’s heritage, and give children hope for their futures.

Cambodia, a culturally-rich and diverse country in southeastern Asia, is still recovering from the repercussions of the 20 years of Khmer Rouge rule, a dark time in the country’s history that all but drained Cambodia’s cultural heritage.  Along with its partners, ROTA focused on cultural and educational development programs to help rebuild the country’s heritage, and give children hope for their futures.  Three projects were thus launched.

Start Date: 
Sat, 06/30/2007 - 21:30
End Date: 
Thu, 12/30/2010 - 21:30
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Construction of a Vocational School in Bayat, Klaten Region - SMKN1 ROTA Bayat

Project Id: 
Indonesia-VOCATIONAL
Summary: 
ROTA and its local partner Titian Foundation have rebuilt the school buildings using earthquake resistant specifications. Additionally, a state-of-the-art vocational school, SMKN 1 ROTA Bayat School, has been constructed as a Center of Excellence for teaching ceramics and batik, the traditional technique where melted wax is used to draw on cloth and dyed in a variety of colors.

ROTA and its local partner Titian Foundation have rebuilt the school buildings using earthquake resistant specifications.

End Date: 
Wed, 12/30/2009 - 21:30
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Number of beneficiaries: 400 students, and 50,000 community members
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