AHHA Education

Projects

  • Full time boarding program
    • For youths aged 16 to 29
    • 1½ year program of holistic education training in employment and life skills
    • Subjects include; English, Maths, Computer Studies, Marketing, Accounting etc.
    • Students actively study to improve self-confidence, discipline, responsibility, team work, problem-solving etc.
    • Students are given the chance to become trainee teachers and centre managers
    • 95% graduate employment rate
  • Second home program
    • Provides boarding for those still attending public school
    • Allows students to spend less time travelling between home and school
    • Second home students are also included in AHHA educational programs
    • AHHA teachers are able to provide support and advice, both personal and educational
    • Second home students learn to develop the same life skills as full- time AHHA boarding students
  • Community development centres
    • 40 centres located nationwide
    • Offers English, Computer Studies and motivational courses for a nominal price
    • Accept students of all age groups from the local community
    • Classes are generally held on a part-time basis
    • Allows full-time AHHA students to develop their skills as trainee teachers
    • Work to ensure strong relationships between AHHA Education and the local community
    • Many other social programs are also conducted from CDCs
    • Allows AHHA Education to get involved in local community work
  • Government servant training centres
    • Provides AHHA Education language and motivational programs to government employees
    • Allows government workers to further their own careers, as well as helping to advance overall government efficiency
  • Children enrichment program
    • For children aged 2 to 12
    • Teaches AHHA language program, as well as promoting creativity, compassion and morals, in the most fun way
    • Uses stories, songs, crafts, acting, play and outdoor activities
    • Aimed at nurturing children’s characters and potential
    • Brings children together with their peers from a young age, so as to promote social interaction
  • Partner school program
    • Establishes partnerships between AHHA Education and local primary and secondary schools nationwide
    • Allows AHHA Education programs to be taught within public schools
    • AHHA Education classes are taught for 1 to 2 hours a day
    • Runs from grade 3 to grade 12
    • Classes are provided free to students
  • Formal school teacher partner program
    • Aims to support public school teachers in teaching English effectively
    • Program is currently in its pilot phase
    • So far 200 teachers and directors have studied the AHHA Education language program
  • Satellite education
    • Allows AHHA Education programs to be taught in less formal settings around villages, such as under trees, at the pagoda, in gardens etc.
    • Helps AHHA Education to save costs while still providing much needed education
  • Local volunteers
    • AHHA Education graduates often return as local volunteers
    • Roles include; teaching, taking charge of the school co-op, cooking, handling school logistics etc.
    • Allows for ‘on the job’ learning
    • Helps to further develop skills such as team-work, problem solving etc.
  • International exchange program
    • Provides outstanding volunteers with the opportunity to take on a 1½ year overseas placement in Laos, Timor Leste or India
    • Allows volunteers to use English as an international language overseas
    • Allows language skills to be passed onto youth overseas
    • Provides Cambodian youth with the opportunity to experience a challenge overseas
  • Young mothers’ program
    • 11% of Cambodian women are married by the age of 19
    • Mothers study English and Computer Studies, which they can then pass onto their children
    • Provides life skills education, such as sound ethics and morals, which in turn benefit the children and their upbringing
    • Classes provided in child rearing, such as child development, communication etc.
  • Khleang Moeun program
    • Named after the 15th Century Cambodian hero who led the people to victory against the Siamese
    • Program aims to build the leaders of the future
    • Follows on from the international exchange program
    • Participants are trained in management skills, overseeing and expanding projects
    • Volunteers study the nine ‘SOLS Smart’© skills
  • Project Adam
    • Brings international volunteers from overseas, including developed countries, to work with AHHA Education
    • Allows people to fully integrate with, experience and understand Cambodian culture
    • Volunteers can get involved in; English teaching, leadership and character skills, teaching, managing departments, running various projects, establishing relationships with local communities, community service etc.
  • Medical service
    • Aims to provide medical services to the poor in areas where access is limited
    • AHHA Education has established a Community Medical Clinic, providing consultation and basic healthcare
    • Looking to create a medical network with various partners and health projects nationwide
    • Aims to; raise healthcare awareness, improve child and adult health, stop the spread of infectious diseases etc.
  • Subsidised province centres
    • Much like CDCs, but partially profit making
    • 20 centres – 2,000 students – 12 provinces
    • Provides quality English and Computer Studies education in towns with a vibrant economy
    • Act as centre points for community services
    • Used to hold concerts and other community events
  • Subsidised city centres
    • Partially profit making and based in Phnom Penh
    • 2 centres – 600 students
    • Offers courses to school students, university students, business people and even foreigners
    • Primarily focused on English teaching
    • Classes are aimed at being interactive, student-focused, practice intensive and fun
  • Project Hero
    • Provides English courses to non-Cambodians who, despite years of studying, are struggling to fully grasp the language
    • Has used AHHA ‘Science of Language’ © method to help students from Korea, Japan, China and more
    • Classes are held in small groups and are practice intensive
    • Students are expected to be able to speak basic English in 3 to 6 months
    • Students are also taught a variety of life skills
  • Project Sakura
    • Focuses on ‘Hikikomoris’, Japanese youths suffering from depression and/or isolation due to not being able to cope with societal or educational pressures
    • Issue costs the Japanese health service billions of dollars in healthcare each year
    • Provides training to these young people in skills such as; self-esteem and confidence, English, personal management, stress management and many more
    • Gives students the opportunity to interact and make friends with other young people of a similar age
    • Provides the opportunity to travel, both within Cambodia and further afield
    • Overall, serves to help ‘Hikikomoris’ regain confidence and self-belief, thus allowing them to go on and live full and happy lives
  • Full time boarding program
    • For youths aged 16 to 29
    • 1½ year program of holistic education training in employment and life skills
    • Subjects include; English, Maths, Computer Studies etc.
    • Students actively study to improve self-confidence, discipline, responsibility, team work, problem-solving etc.
    • Students are given the chance to become trainee teachers and centre managers
    • 95% graduate employment rate
  • Second home program
    • Provides boarding for those still attending public school
    • Allows students to spend less time travelling between home and school
    • Second home students are also included in AHHA educational programs
    • AHHA teachers are able to provide support and advice, both personal and educational
    • Second home students learn to develop the same life skills as full-time AHHA boarding students
  • Community development centres
    • Offers English, Computer Studies and motivational courses for a nominal price
    • Accept students of all age groups from the local community
    • Classes are generally held on a part-time basis
    • Allows full-time AHHA students to develop their skills as trainee teachers
    • Work to ensure strong relationships between AHHA and the local community
    • Many other social programs are also conducted from CDCs
    • Allows AHHA to get involved in local community work
  • Government sponsored training
    • Partially profit making contract with Timor Leste government, specifically the Ministry of Petroleum
    • Train locals in English, Computer Studies and driving so as to help them obtain work when new airports, hotels etc. are constructed
  • Telephone company training
    • Partially profit making contract
    • AHHA train locals in English speaking so as to allow them to work better in call centres
  • Well digging
    • In Timor Leste locals often have to walk extreme distances to get even the smallest amount of water
    • AHHA has purchased a well digging machine so as to provide easy access to safe drinking water
    • Project is currently in its pilot stage
  • Computer supplies
    • AHHA has purchased around 1,200 laptops to provide to students to help them with their studies
  • Community concerts
    • AHHA centres are used to host concerts and events within local communities
    • Helps to build and maintain a strong relationship between AHHA Education and the local communities in which we operate
  • Full time boarding program
    • For youths aged 16 to 29
    • 1½ year program of holistic education training in employment and life skills
    • Subjects include; English, Maths, Computer Studies etc.
    • Students actively study to improve self-confidence, discipline, responsibility, team work, problem-solving etc.
    • Students are given the chance to become trainee teachers and centre managers
    • 95% graduate employment rate
  • Community development centres
    • Offers English, Computer Studies and motivational courses for a nominal price
    • Accept students of all age groups from the local community
    • Classes are generally held on a part-time basis
    • Allows full-time AHHA Education students to develop their skills as trainee teachers
    • Work to ensure strong relationships between AHHA and the local community
    • Many other social programs are also conducted from CDCs
    • Allows AHHA Education to get involved in local community work
  • Partner school program
    • Establishes partnerships between AHHA Education and local primary and secondary schools nationwide
    • Allows AHHA programs to be taught within public schools
    • AHHA Education classes are taught for 4 to 5 hours a day
    • Classes are provided free to students
  • Full time boarding program
    • For youths aged 16 to 29
    • 1½ year program of holistic education training in employment and life skills
    • Subjects include; English, Maths, Computer Studies etc.
    • Students actively study to improve self-confidence, discipline, responsibility, team work, problem-solving etc.
    • Students are given the chance to become trainee teachers and centre managers
    • 95% graduate employment rate
  • Community development centres
    • Offers English, Computer Studies and motivational courses for a nominal price
    • Accept students of all age groups from the local community
    • Classes are generally held on a part-time basis
    • Allows full-time AHHA students to develop their skills as trainee teachers
    • Work to ensure strong relationships between AHHA Education and the local community
    • Many other social programs are also conducted from CDCs
    • Allows AHHA to get involved in local community work
  • Partner school program
    • Establishes partnerships between AHHA Education and local primary and secondary schools
    • Allows AHHA programs to be taught within public schools
    • Classes are provided free to students
  • Health awareness workshops
    • Provides information on public health to members of the local communities
    • Allows people to better understand simple healthcare so as to reduce easily avoidable medical issues
    • In turn helps to reduce the strain on local medical services
  • Full time boarding program
    • For youths aged 16 to 29
    • 1½ year program of holistic education training in employment and life skills
    • Subjects include; English, Maths, Computer Studies etc.
    • Students actively study to improve self-confidence, discipline, responsibility, team work, problem-solving etc.
    • Students are given the chance to become trainee teachers and centre managers
    • 95% graduate employment rate
  • Partner school program
    • Establishes partnerships between AHHA Education and local primary and secondary schools
    • Allows AHHA Education programs to be taught within public schools
    • Classes are provided free to students
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