Seng, Our Clean Water Program Manager, discusses the activities involved in the Clean Water Program; the latest collaboration with Community, Liaison and Assistance Program and the people and communities that are supported through our clean water initiative.
I am Seng.I have been the Clean Water Program manager, for about a year now. We do Clean Water Program activities at schools and in villages. We are still providing hygiene training to students at primary and kindergarten schools, in Siem Reap town and at the same time, we are checking the filters and wells that we have provided, they are using very well.. There are now 12 schools that we have done, which means 6280 students have been provided with hygiene training! Students, teachers and principles of schools are very welcoming and very happy with what they are getting from our activities.
|Volunteer Sa Em, teaches kindergarten children at Krong Siem Reap school how to wash their hands.|
|Part of the CW and CL&A collaboration, the volunteers attend a fun and engaging training.|
I have more knowledge about these two projects working together and having noticed that there are many more improvements in the whole village that we have been working in. We can run projects in the villages more frequently. We keep observing or monitoring what has been done in the village and we can inform the problems and solve them faster.
The group conduct Specialized Training in Kork Thmey village
|CW and CL&A Program Managers sign a contract agreement with the village chief and group leaders at Kork Thmey village.|
I really hope that there will be a lot of change in the village due to Clean Water program and Community Liaison and Assistance working together. We have assigned the group leaders in the village by ourselves, not decided by the village chief. Most of them are women because we think they are actively involved in the community effective helpful and trying hard to help their village.
|A consultation with the village chief|
Drilling a new well, Kork Thmey village
I am looking forward to writing again next time to tell you more about the Clean Water Program’s work in villages and schools. Thank you very much for reading my update and for supporting Clean Water in Cambodia!