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Although Cambodia has made great progress in the past decade, there are still improvements needed in health services, health infrastructure, and overall health and well being of the population. The lack of water and sanitation is a major problem affecting people in Cambodia, especially those most vulnerable such as children. Many families do not have access to safe water and proper sanitation facilities, especially those in rural areas. This places them at increased risk for diarrhea, skin disease, respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia, intestinal and other waterborne and excreta-related diseases, and can negatively impact children's growth, development and survival. 

TRAction is working on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene efforts in Cambodia to better understand and address this issue. 


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