Report: Shared Latrine Use and Dynamics in Rural Cambodia


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 of two or more households sharing a latrine on a regular basis — in open defecation free (ODF) communities.

This qualitative research was commissioned by CRSHIP which is funded by WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund.

shared latrine use in rural Cambodia

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Authors: CRSHIP Publication Date: 2019 Publisher: CRSHIP No. of Pages: 75

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