ACCESS TO SPORT EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH HEARING OR VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
Improve opportunities for participation in social life through access to sports for children and youth with visual and hearing disabilities in Cambodia.
In Cambodia, physical education and sport are a component of the National Curriculum from grade 1 to 12. However, due to a broad lack of financial and human resources and adequate facilities and equipment, most schools are unable to offer quality sport hours to their students. Even when such activities are available, their access is denied to children with disabilities.
Krousar Thmey has implemented sports courses (rugby, football for the blind, handball, basketball and athletics) and occasional activities with the help of local partners. In order to ensure the safety of children during practice, equipment and facilities are also provided to the schools.
- Teacher training
- Sports classes
- Organization of inclusive events
- School equipment
Sreyno, deaf, passionate about sports
She discovered this passion by participating in the rugby activities organized by Krousar Thmey in partnership with the association Kampuchea Ballop.
Read her story
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
100$ = 3 cécifoot balls
20$ = sport outfit for one child
Area of work: Education for deaf or blind children
Duration : 2018-2019
Location: Special schools Phnom Penh (Phnom Penh Thmey and Chbar Ampov), Siem Reap, Battambang, Kampong Cham
Beneficiaries: children with sensory disabilities
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