Passerelles numériques is a French NGO created in 2005 and operating in Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam

What we do

Find out about what we do at Passerelles numériques

About us

Who we are

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Our actions

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What’s new

PN Vietnam: What’s hot this summer?

It’s PNV version 2.0! New training partner, new center, new dormitory: it’s all about novelty, showing our flexibility and capacity to adapt to the new context’s requirements. Join us in this new adventure! New training partner Due to changes in the Vietnamese...
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PN Cambodia – The Learning Lab: An innovative studying Environment

 A new Lab opening soon in Cambodia! Full of advanced IT equipment, it will enable students to use brand new technologies with a learn-by-doing methodology.  The two-year Project sponsored by ANZ Royal Bank is progressing well. We envision this project to be completed...
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Meet Kurt McClung, a storyteller

Kurt McClung is a storyteller. A specialist in ‘narrative design’, he worked at Ubisoft with Aude de Rotalier, one of our board members at PN Singapore. He now helps us at Passerelles numériques to focus how we speak about our organization and our worldview. Here he...
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It is time for Innovative Summer Classes!

Summer is one of the best seasons for Passerelles numériques Philippines’ students. It is not about the beach nor the sun. It is about the various innovative summer classes we organize for them. Summer 2017 was a dynamic period for our students. This year, we...
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Cultural Gateways: Alumni from Vietnam visiting Cambodia!

During the spring, some alumni & staff of PN Vietnam came to visit Cambodia. This was the occasion for them to visit the PN center in Cambodia, to meet their counterparts but also to discover Khmer culture. Here are their different perspectives on this trip....
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