GoAL WaSH Cambodia

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UNDP GoAL WaSH stands for UNDP's programme on Governance, Advocacy and Leadership for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, an initiative to scale up water and sanitation services for the poor.


The GoAL WaSH Project in Cambodia

Cambodia has joined the GoAL WaSH Programme in 2014. The planned work includes development of a WaSH Governance Guide and other capacity building efforts, to strengthen management of the WaSH sector at the sub-national level. The programme is a joint collaboration between UNDP and UN-Habitat in the region.

The project is building upon the existing UN-Habitat Water for Asian Cities (WAC) Programme and the Mekong Region Water and Sanitation Initiative (MEK-WATSAN) in which on-the-ground pilot and demonstration water and sanitation projects are focusing on pro-poor water supply and sanitation delivery. The project will particularly focus on further improving capacity by conducting an assessment of the gaps and needs in the WASH sector at sub-national levels, preparing a national Guide and piloting projects according to the Guide.


See also

UNDP GoAL WaSH

GoAL WaSH Bosnia-Herzegovina

GoAL WaSH El Salvador

GoAL WaSH Kyrgyzstan

GoAL WaSH Laos

GoAL WaSH Liberia

GoAL WaSH Madagascar

GoAL WaSH Mongolia

GoAL WaSH Niger

GoAL WaSH Paraguay

GoAL WaSH Tajikistan

GoAL WaSH Togo


Contacts

For more information regarding GoAL WaSH in Cambodia, please contact:

  • Mr. Avi Sarkar

Regional Technical Advisor, South-East Asia

Water for Asian Cities Programme & MEK-WATSAN Initiative, UN-HABITAT

avi.sarkar@undp.org

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