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Don Bosco Technical School Kep (DBTS) is the Don Bosco Foundation's project in Cambodia to provide technical training for young people with no economic resources. Students of both genders are selected, especially from rural areas and impoverished communities in Takeo, Kampot and Kep. However, students from other Cambodian provinces and even nearby countries can also apply. Kep is also the headquarters for Don Bosco Kep Children Fund that supports the region's children in their efforts to study, aiming to prevent them from leaving school and becoming the targets of child exploitation.

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Third Semester Examination, 9th Generation

Don Bosco, Kep Province, May 23, 2023 Don Bosco Technical School Kep Province has organized the third semester exam of

Sangkran Don Bosco Kep

Kep province, on the morning of the 2nd day of the month of Chet, the year of Rokan Provasak, B.C.

School Outreach

On Wednesday, March 4, 2023 Don Bosco Technical School in Kep Province has promoted schools to local high schools as

Gratitude

On Wednesday, April 15, 2023, Don Bosco Technical School, Kep Province, organized a Thanksgiving ceremony for all teachers and students.

Advanced Technical Diploma Program for 1st to 7th Generation Students in the 2013-2021 Academic Year

Kep province, on the morning of Friday, the 5th day of the month of Phalkun, in the year of Karl

 

Mission and Vision

The Don Bosco Technical School and the Don Bosco Children Fund of Kep Province, is an educational and children support project of the Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia that was created in October 2011 to provide technical training for young people with no economic resources and to support children to stay at school and prevent any form of exploitation and abuse.

The Don Bosco Technical School and Don Bosco Children Fund of Kep Province, is a community of Salesian priests, Salesian brothers, Salesian cooperators, Don Bosco past pupils, Carmelite sisters, lay mission partners, families, young people and children, living the spirit and method of St. John Bosco for a new civilization of love. It was created in order to give young people and children the opportunity to support their studies and to get an associate degree in technical education, which gives them a better chance to get a job and thus improve their standard of life.