30 KOOMPI laptops are now available for students and teachers at Banteay Srey High School in Siem Reap after a signed memorandum of understanding between Mr. Ki Kim and founder of KOOMPI Mr. Thul Rithy.
We were also delighted to have the honorable presence of Banteay Srei district governor Khim Finan. “My ambition is to see Banteay Srey High School become the first model school of Banteay Srey district. It is my dream to see the students here graduate as valedictorians and become experts that will shape the future,” said Mr. Khim Finan.
KOOMPI’s one-school-one-lab campaign has been actively in motion throughout the capital of Cambodia. As part of our educational initiative KOOMPI Academy, one-school-one-lab aims to make computers accessible to all, starting with one school at a time. We believe that with the appropriate resources, Cambodian youths will have opportunity to explore their interests in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics).
KOOMPI laptops will not only be physical tools for the laboratory but an open-ended learning platform. Each laptop has a built-in application called KOOMPI Academy, which stores various lessons (Khmer and English) for students. The lessons are accessible regardless of internet connection, making it extra convenient for viewing.
Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will not be our only destinations. By establishing more functional computer laboratories throughout the kingdom, Cambodian students will have the opportunity to build a strong foundation towards a digital future. Ultimately, KOOMPI also hopes to see all Cambodian students with their own personal laptop for convenient research and academics.
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