Aide et Action (AEA) is an international NGO, with its headquarters Geneva, Switzerland. AEA began operations in 1981 and is now in than 20 countries across Africa, Caribbean, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia and China AEA supports development especially sustainable education with a belief in the universal right of children to a quality education. Activities in South East Asia and China (SEAC) started 2001 operating with local partners and government agencies in Cambodia, Vietnam, Lao PDR, China, and Myanmar to enhance quality education as well as to facilitate improved access it.
Since 2016, AEA has operated ICT so called Harnessing Innovative ICT to improve Literacy, Teaching Learning for Cambodian children (Khmer LEARN). The Project aims to catalyze improved reading, learning teaching standards through roll-out of a suite of quality e-learning applications across 7 provinces. Currently, with financial support from USAID through Development Innovations, the project is expanding into the North-east province- Ratanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri to benefit ethnic minority children education.
In order to improve reading activities for children from ethnic minority group, AEA wishes to translate children reading books from Khmer language into Kroeung, Tampoun and Phnorng languages. In cooperation with MoEYS, 50 Khmer Children books for translations to ethnic languages have been selected, and each book contains 20 to 30 pages; each page includes few Khmer sentences and pictures.
AEA hereby invites interested professional translation companies or individuals to submit their financial proposal to undertake the work along with a short statement of their capability to undertake the work.
Proposal must be submitted to AEA Office at #322, Street 182 (Tep Phorn),Teuk Laak 3, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh before 13th October 2017 at 4:00 PM.
For more detail please go to: http://seac.aide-et-action.org/annocement/kids_book.docx
Contact person: Mrs. Chhourng Channvita
Tel: 023 884 510/ 23 884 610. HP: 077 200 123.
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