WaterAid Cambodia called on the gov’t to make water and sanitation a priority.
Ministry aiming to eliminate the practice of open defecation in five provinces by 2023.
Every human being has the right to water, sanitation, economic growth, education and health. These are some of the goals that the United Nations has envisaged in the form of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
A $10 million initiative is put to develop market-based solutions for sanitation.
Two agreements to disburse $89 million to improve rural water supply.
India’s ambassador attends the inauguration of toilet blocks at a Phnom Penh school.
Growing up in a rural community in Kampong Cham province, Sin Sopharith has personally witnessed and experienced the hardship of accessing public services, clean water and sanitation.
Majestic cloth, gold, welcoming people, rainforests and a cool Atlantic breeze: Ghana is steeped in culture and natural beauty. But a flush toilet is hard to find, and the media are helping to potty train the government.
Marubeni to invest in water infrastructure.
Sri Lanka lunches the Greater Kurunegala Water Supply and Sewerage Project.
All rural people would have clean water in just seven years says Minister.
Cambodia applauds debt settlement approach with the Czech Republic.
The government is committing to eradicating the practice of open defecation by 2025.
A $3-million initiative aims to improve access to water and sanitation in rural Cambodia.
The demand for infrastructure across Asia and the Pacific far outstrips current supply, according to a recent ADB report, Meeting Asia’s Infrastructure Needs.
Cambodia has one of the fastest growing GDPs in Asia, but more than 11.8 million of the population still lack access to a safely managed drinking water source.