Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
non-profit, education, Cambodia, study, structure
This thesis examines the strengths and weaknesses of two non-profit education systems in Cambodia using organizations focused on educating and supporting Cambodian youth. The study addresses the challenges that these different schools face and what they are doing to overcome these issues. Questionnaires were distributed and interviews and guided conversations were conducted at The Global Child and The Ponheary Ly Foundation; teachers, staff, volunteers and students participated. This study discusses how strategies and structure vary between these two different organizations and the impact they are having on education and youth in Cambodia. The information collected indicates that non-profit education programs in Cambodia are making large contributions to the development of the country’s education system. Results strongly suggest that collaboration among non-profit organizations would provide the greatest benefit to their society.
Zuflacht, Sasha I., "The Non-Profit Education System in Cambodia: Case Study of Two Programs" (2013). Honors Theses and Student Projects. 760.