Despite decades of effort to overcome Cambodia’s lack of improved household sanitation, more than 70 percent of the rural population is still without access to sanitary latrines. To confront this public health challenge, support from the Stone Family Foundation is enabling significant expansion of WaterSHED’s innovative Hands-off sanitation marketing program in Cambodia.
In a recent blog post titled "Dirty Dilemma", Public Health practitioner, "the chronicole", touched upon the problems of subsidizing the cost of latrines in the villages where she works.
The June edition of Southeast Asia Globe features the current water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) situation in Cambodia. Referencing the country's recent efforts to provide clean water and improved sanitation, as well as the experience of
From 4-8 June 2012, WateSHED visited Laos to share lessons from its successful 'Hands-off' sanitation marketing program in Cambodia.
On 23 May, WaterSHED and Plan International hosted a Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) learning exchange in Kampong Cham Province Cambodia for Nepalese government officials and representatives of NGOs working in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
On 02 February 2012, WaterSHED-Cambodia hosted representatives from the Swiss-based Global Sanitation Fund (GSF), the Cambodian Ministry of Rural Development and Plan International, for a field visit to one of WaterSHED's sanitation project
In Cambodia, a country where 75 percent of rural villagers do not have toilets, Skuh Commune in Kampong Speu Province is proving that achieving Open Defecation Free status is not just development talk, but a real target that is being met
On 28 February 2012, WaterSHED-Cambodia signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Governor of Pailin Province, Cambodia to begin cooperation in the implementation of WaterSHED's WASH Marketing project. The agreement marks the launch