Try Meng on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Cambodia

29 June 2017

Many countries in Asia experience low access to water and sanitation services, especially in rural areas. Cambodia, through a long-term strategic partnership with ADB, has been able to achieve many wins in this front. It was able mobilize communities to  manage community-based water supply and sanitation facilities, increase hygiene awareness, improve access to safe water, expand access to sanitation facilities, and improve the government's capacity to plan and facilitate provisions for quality water and sanitation services in target communities.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
29 Jun 2017 Presentation Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Cambodia: Results from ADB Financed Projects
Access to water and sanitation is low in many rural areas across Asia. Cambodia, in partnership with ADB, continually exerts efforts to improve...
Mao Saray
29 Jun 2017 Video Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Cambodia
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...


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