Our Journeys, Our Stories

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A landscape photo of Navy, 29, Kro Lanh Village, Orussey Commune, Kampong Tralach District, Kampong Chhnang Province, Cambodia, April 2019.
Image: WaterAid/Sokmeng You

The following report is made from a combination of Analysis of Inequalities from 2018 and Leaving no one Behind: Lived Experiences of Water and Sanitation in Kampong Chhnang published in 2019, together with contributions from local rights organisations in Cambodia.

WaterAid Cambodia is committed to developing a comprehensive understanding of inequalities in access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in Cambodia. We are guided by the desire to showcase the truth and give a platform for people’s voices, especially those whose marginalisation prohibits them from actively engaging in the processes and decision-making necessary to enable them to access improved WASH services.

In this report, you will hear from the ethnic Cham populations in Cambodia, urban migrant workers, the urban poor, people with disabilities, people living with HIV and AIDs, communities living in challenging environments, the LGBTIQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer) community, older people in rural areas and people with limited literacy in rural Cambodia.