Cambodia is preparing for commune elections in 2012 and national parliamentary elections the year after.
Cambodia marked the 10th anniversary of the International Year of Volunteers last week, as officials called on more volunteers.
The report urged more action at the grassroots, rather than national, level, to lessen the impact of climate change.
Poor parents cannot always afford to send their children to school, where low-salaried teachers often ask for bribes.
According to government figures, the literacy rate in Cambodia stands at about 70 percent.
Government subsidies could help, but no such support currently exists.
The group were taught to better use social media last week, as an increasing number of Cambodians become tech savvy.
The two-day training came as Cambodia approved a measure to tighten controls on Cambodian migrant laborers.
Up to 774 million adults lack functional literacy worldwide, according to the UN agency.
The collection spurred a conference on the conservation of art, brief courses on Cambodian culture, art, religion and food.
A group of young engineers say they are ready for the government to make use of their skills but are facing limited job prospects.
She has been busy collecting data to post on the website, writing funding proposals and participating in student home visits.