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Dispatches from the Field

Teuk Phos District, Cambodia

Feeding Program Improves Student Retention in Cambodia

Obtaining students’ retention and regular attendance is the foundation of Blumont’s Food for Education program. The Blumont-implemented Food for Education program has partnered with Klung Popok secondary school since 2012, focusing on Cambodian Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4: Quality Education. The project, funded by USDA, aims to increase school enrollment and prevent drop-out by providing nutritional incentives to attend school reguarly, such as take-home rations.
Sukkur District, Pakistan

Sixth School Inaugurated Under Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP)

Blumont’s Community Mobilization Program (CMP) along with USAID’s Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) coordinated an inauguration ceremony in the Sukkur District of Sindh Province, Pakistan for the program’s sixth new high school. Some 400 people celebrated the inauguration of the newly constructed Bedil Bekas High School, named for two great cultural figures who symbolize peace, love, learning and scholarship.
Niamey, Niger

Community Problem-Solves Conflict through Participatory Theater

One aim of Peace through Development (PDev II) is to empower youth through youth-led activities including participatory theater. Participatory theater involves on-stage performers interacting with the public to tackle real issues. Throughout the event, the public joins in to change or correct a situation, attitude or behavior.
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