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© UNICEF Cambodia/2012/Bona Khoy
Nei Linda, aged 13, studies in class at Akpivath Primary School in Kampong Speu province

EuropeAid is responsible for defining European Union (EU) development policy but also for ensuring the effective programming and implementation of aid. EuropeAid’s work is carried out with the ultimate aim of:

• reducing poverty in the world;
• ensuring sustainable development;
• promoting democracy, peace and security

In 2009 the European Union adopted the Treaty of Lisbon, which puts human rights, including children’s rights, at the heart of the European humanitarian agenda. As 2015 draws closer, UNICEF and the European Union will strengthen their partnership, working with governments, civil societies, national parliaments and others to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. The partnership will have a particular focus on equity, and it will strive to reach the most vulnerable children.

The European Union is a key supporter of UNICEF Cambodia’s Education programme, striving to ensure that all children have access to and enjoy the right to education.  Currently the EU funds UNICEF Cambodia through the Education Capacity Development Partnership Fund (CDPF) which aims to support the Royal Government of Cambodia improve its capacity to plan, manage and monitor the education sector for an efficient and effective education sector. With support from the EU, UNICEF Cambodia has supported the Ministry of Education, Youth and Support to have improved governance in the registration and reporting of exam results for lower and upper secondary schools at provincial levels and have effective upper school teacher training curriculum which is responsive to current realities.

 

 
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