Event: Try Meng on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Cambodia

Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Cambodia

29 June 2017
Description: 

The lack of clean water has become a major problem for many rural people, especially in Cambodia, where rural households reach 2.5 million and total rural population number more than 11.5 million. More than half of the rural population practice open defecation and walk long distances to access water. Through a strategic and long-term partnership with ADB, Cambodia has gained ground in its efforts to provide improved access to water and sanitation. This video shares results of the water and sanitation projects the country has implemented, and how they have improved the lives of their beneficiaries. 

Geographical Focus: 
Cambodia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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