Report of Visiting and Providing IEPB Book to Teacher

According the teacher requested to ACT for provide more student and teacher books, the Inter-Ethnic Peace Building project was published 650 student books for provided before formal peace education evaluation and  on August IEPB’s published 400 more of teachers books. In May, 2013 IEPB project was visited and provided 260 teacher books to secondary school teacher in Takeo and Kampong Chhnang provinces. On 09 May, 2013 IEPB’s staff and volunteer was visited and brought teacher book to three secondary schools as Smoung secondary school, Thnol Bambek high school and Baray secondary school. On 16 May, 2013 IPEB’s staff, other two volunteers, board adviser and Mr. Meas Sokeo was visited 3 secondary schools as Tek Hout secondary school, Kampong Chhnang Krong high school and Bunrany Hun Sen Rolearbaear high school and on community that we call Phsar Chhnang commune to meeting with MACT network.

During the visite both of provinces, we were meeting with teacher and school rector who had been teach and integrate inter-ethnic peace building concept to student. Through IEPB’s meeting with teachers and school rectors we found that teacher have full commitment and willing to integrate Iner-Ethnic Peace Building concept to school by using the strategies had discusses in teacher follow up and evaluation workshop last year. They also shared inter-ethic peace building concept to other teachers, people in communities and apply their own family too. Mr. Em Loen, Khmer lecture teacher of Thnol Bambek high school told us that “I still integrating inter-ethnic peace building concept to school curriculum for teaching student although ACT not support because it is very important for my school and communities”.

Visited teachers and school rector requested to ACT as:

– Need more material support (such as pictures, posters and student books)

– Provide more training on Inter-Ethnic Peace Building to new teachers

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