Shedding Light on ICT in Cambodia High Schools

Shedding Light on ICT in Cambodia High Schools

In a concrete room sit thirty-five students in blue and white school uniforms, eyes glued to computer screens, hands gliding across tabletops moving a mouse. This is the everyday scene at the Computer Lab of New Generational School at Preah Sisowath High School. One young woman, Muon, a seventh grader, turns away from her computer screen to tell me that this is her favorite class, that she “loves the computer lab.”

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Can an ethnic minority community lead the monitoring of an environmental issue? Slow and invisible impact vs day-to-day priorities and needs. Will we get there?

Can an ethnic minority community lead the monitoring of an environmental issue? Slow and invisible impact vs day-to-day priorities and needs. Will we get there?

It was 8 am on Saturday morning at the Ban Huai Kon International Border Crossing Point between northern Thailand and Laos. Many people from Laos, mostly women, and children were walking to the Thai side with bags of vegetables, honey and herbs they collected from the forest, as well as other handmade textiles, to sell in the market in Thailand.