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 Phnom Penh 10 Oct 2013: Four new applications are now available for free at the Google Play Store. These applications allow typing and reading Khmer, sending and receiving SMS in Khmer, consulting the Choun Nath dictionary and reading news in Khmer through RSS feed. They have been developed by the Cambodian NGO Open Institute with support from USAID as part of the SPICE program. These applications can also be used together with the Firefox browser for Android, which can also support Khmer, when the add-on for Khmer is downloaded and installed. All these applications work on all Android system...
The Queen of Spain visits the Open Schools Program, a joint initiative of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and the Open Institute to use ICT to improve the quality of Education in Cambodia. Sofía, Queen of Spain, visited today the National Institute of Education (NIE), entity of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport in charge of training all the upper secondary school teachers in Cambodia. At NIE the Queen visited the installations of the Open Schools Program, an initiative to integrate ICT in Khmer language in the education system. The KhmerOS/Open Schools Program has produced...
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and the Open Institute will organize the below Ceremony and would like to invite you join us. Title: "Launching Ceremony ICT Textbook in Khmer for Teaching and Learning and the Inauguration of the Low Cost Computing Research Laboratory for Education under the Framework of ICT Master Plan Development in Education" Time: 22 January 2008 at 3:00pm Venue: National Institute of Education Please confirm your attendance through soktha@moeys.gov.kh or phone 011 901 801 at your earliest convenience. Be noted that simultaneous interpretation Khmer-English...
The KhmerOS/Open Schools Program initiative - a Cambodian multi-stakeholder project - was selected as a finalist to the Stockholm Challenge/GKP Award, nominating it as one the two projects that best use ICT to produce economic development. The Sweden-based Stockholm Challenge Award is the most prestigious award for projects that use technology to support development in developing countries. The Khmer Software Initiative (KhmerOS) is based in two simple principles: there is no economic development in countries that do not use technology; and, there is no widespread use of technology if the tech...
The Women web portal, managed by the Open Institute organization, is created to promote gender equality in Cambodia. The web portal is also to play an important role as electronic information and communication means. The interested public is invited to participate in this event which will be held on Wednesday, 24th October 2007, from 9:30 to 11:45, at the World Vision building (Auditorium room, 3rd floor). Please let us know if you will participate by Monday, 22nd October 2007. Phone: 023 22 48 21 or Email: women@open.org.kh You can click here to download the agenda of this event and here to d...

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