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Sopheap à son bureau au Département de Pédagogie

Sopheap: passionate about education


A portrait of Sopheap, PSE’s first employee.  She started in 1995 when the charity had just begun its actions in Cambodia.

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Christine Gaulier et Leakhena des Pallières

PSE’s new executive team in Cambodia


Find out about PSE's new executive team in Cambodia: Christine Gaulier and Leakhena des Pallières.

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Everything about the Summer Camps in 2019


Thanks to the Summer Camps, our children benefit from fun activities and access to a safe place while schools are closed. 

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Youn, proud to be a future mechanic


21 year-old Youn fights stereotypes, she is passionate about the vocational training she is undertaking, at PSE, to become a mechanic. 

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Les enfants du programme de cours de rattrapage en classe

From 1st grade to the GCSE in five years: it is possible with PSE!


Find out about the remedial school programme developed by PSE to overcome the educational underachievement of some of the poorest children in Cambodia.

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“I believe that books can truly change children’s lives”


Bak, librarian at PSE for the past 15 years and Thoeun, 12, recount with emotion the impact reading has had on their lives. 

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The ‘Entre Deux’ programme, a step towards reintegrating children back into school


The ‘Entre Deux’ programme aims to stop students who are struggling from dropping out of school. 52 students with difficulties have already been helped. 

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PSE in the French TV show “Télématin”


The famous morning show on France 2 “Télématin” broadcast a touching report on the work that PSE has been doing in Cambodia for over 20 years.

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In Cambodia, a school with a smile


This week, the French magazine Version Femina published a report on PSE as well as an interview with Marie-France des Pallières, founder of PSE.

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Deepen our commitment in Cambodia


Like Christian and Marie-France des Pallières before us, we will continue to advance "one step at a time" following the needs that will arise. Like them, we cannot let children live in situations of destitution, which we still discover today.

We have adopted a strategic approach based on the evolutions witnessed at the heart of Cambodian society, including the needs of the children we welcome.

Discover here our five-year core strategic orientations!