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2 May 2019

The Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Programme (CRSHIP) has worked to increase access to improved sanitation and to promote proper hygiene practices in rural Cambodia. As part of CRSHIP, WaterAid Cambodia and Plan International Cambodia engaged Causal Design to conduct a qualitative research project focused on better understanding shared latrine use — the practice […]

13 August 2018

The publication voices the importance of social context and collective action as a mediating factor between programme implementation and its success. CRSHIP assesses the social factors that influenced sanitation uptake, indicating the efficiency of communities participating together with local community leaders or NGOs to work cohesively in achieving their S&H goals.

1 July 2018

Important new resources from our work in India, Cambodia and with IDS From India to Cambodia, and with partners such as the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), WSSCC and has been active in developing new training guides, reviews and reference briefs for members and the broader water, sanitation and hygiene sector. The new publications described […]

13 November 2017

WSSCC will be presenting the Global Sanitation Fund’s experiences in sustaining Open Defecation Free communities

6 November 2017

His comments came during a visit to Svay Teab District to highlight achievements under the CRSHIP programme, funded by WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund

23 May 2017

The following report summarizes the critical challenges, lessons learned, and output/implications for CRSHIP2.

19 May 2017

Key learning and lessons from a review of the GSF-supported Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Programme (CRSHIP).

5 July 2016

The workshop offered partners and WASH stakeholders time to discuss WSSCC’s relevance & purpose in the country.

15 May 2015

The GSF-supported programme in Cambodia works in 10 provinces through local and international NGOs.

15 December 2014

The GSF-supported programme in Cambodia promotes sanitation and hygiene behavior change through five approaches.