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Water voices - The Connection, Cambodia

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Long years of war and civil strife left Phnom Penh's water supply system in ruins. An estimated 70% of the city's water was lost through the decrepit distribution system and illegal connections. Led by its dynamic director, Ek Sonn Chan, the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority has overcome these challenges to become one of Asia's most effective water utilities, as it advances towards the goal of providing water for all of the city's residents.

More information: ADB Water for All
Produced by: The Information Office, ADB
Year: 2006
Language: English



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