31 January 2024

Learning to Improve Book Resource Operational Systems (LIBROS)

On 31 January 2024, CDRI’s Education Centre convened a meeting with the participation of Publishing and Distribution House, World Education, and software development companies (Coolbeans and Codingate) to enhance the Track and Trace (TnT) system, a digital platform managing textbook supply in Cambodia. This meeting was a follow-up to the LIBROS-Cambodia study, aiming to utilise the evidence generated from the main study. The project seeks to strengthen public-private partnerships, thereby improving access to textbooks for Cambodian students.

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