Development and assistance for water and sanitation
Water and sanitation NGOs
Push on for ‘bio-sand’ water filters
Large-scale “bio-sand” filters have been found to be among the most cost-effective water cleaning methods in the Kingdom, according to a recent evaluation by the Trailblazer Foundation, which hopes to start installing them in villages soon. ...
NGOs deem sanitation effort in rural Cambodia a success, albeit a partial one
Plan International Cambodia and other partner organizations have ended the Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program (CRSHIP), saying all of the families involved now understand the importance of sanitation and hygiene. ...
Arsenic in well water poisoning the most vulnerable
Villagers in Preak Russey have learned that red means arsenic. ...
Huge drop in rate of open defecation, report says
The open defecation rate in Cambodia has dropped by 42 percent since 1990, according to a new U.N. report, but the country’s urban poor still have limited access to improved sanitation. ...