WASH Experiences of Women Living with Disabilities in Cambodia

Cambodia’s access to basic water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) still remains low compared to other Southeast Asian countries despite improvements over the last decade. There is limited documentation about the WASH experiences of women with disabilities in Cambodia, for which this publication recommends paying greater attention to the issue.

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Authors: James Dumpert, Sarah Gelbard, Chelsea Huggett, Angela Padilla Publication Date: June 2018 Publisher: CRSHIP No. of Pages: 8

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