School and NGO Resources

Becoming an eco-school in Cambodia

The Ministry of Environment (MoE) and The Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS) have developed the National guidelines on becoming an Eco-School in Cambodia. By following these guidelines, your school can reduce its impact, raise awareness about environmental issues such as waste management and get recognised as an Eco-school by the government!

Check out the videos to learn more about it and read the guidelines in English or Khmer.

There are a lot of materials that you can use to help you become an eco-school. Click on the bullets points below to access the links.

  1. Discover the eco-school concept
  2. Become an EcoSchool
  3. Organise activities with your students to raise environmental awareness. Find out other tips and resources here.

Resources on Plastic Waste

Videos in Khmer

Market research

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Market research on plastic waste in Cambodia - ACRA Foundation

Download (English)

Urban Governance: Waste Management Phnom from Sahmakum Teang TnautPenh

Market research on Waste Management in Phnom Penh - Sahmakum Teang Tnaut

Download (English)/(Khmer)

Resources on Wildlife Conservation


Useful links/websites

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Fauna in Focus

Fauna in Focus has great movies about Cambodian Wildlife that you can watch on your own or screen in a public space (need to ask for a licence). They also organise fun activities for students to discover Cambodian species.

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Sam Vaesna Center

Sam Vaesna Center provides useful information of on Cambodian Wildlife for the main regions, as well as list of animals that can be spotted. The center also provides eco-tours to observe birds and others animals across Cambodia.

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Cambodia's Wildlife

Save Cambodia‘s Wildlife (SCW) is an NGO working for the conservation of natural resources and wildlife habitats in Cambodia. They have several environmental projects and publish regular related studies.

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