Many of the health centres that RainWater Cambodia works on already have small elevated tanks in place and this allows us to easily rehabilitate the system. The existing tank is used as a header tank and we modernise the collection system to follow our risk managment approach. For those health centres where no tanks are yet in place we install a comprehensive system sized to allow workers and patients to enjoy reliable and safe drinking water year round. A typical installation at a health centre would incorporate a minimum 14,000 litre main tank along with a 1,000 litre header tank. The header tank is important as it allows delivery of water to several sinks within the centre even when the water level in the tank outside falls below the level of the taps inside. The water is pumped from the main tank to the header tank using the bicycle pump. As part of our health centre projects we incorporate a large WASH campaign where the health centre staff and Village Health Volunteers are trained in how to facilitate WASH education days. We then support the staff and Village Health Volunteers in holding WASH days at the various health centres where information and education material are given too and explained to particiapnts, followed by demonstrations
Household Case Study 2 - District of Svay Ampir, Kandal province.
School Case Study 1- District of Krakor, Pursat province.
School Case Study 2 - District of Tuek Phos, Kampong Chhnang province.
Health Centre Case Study - District of Kampong Trach, Kampot province.
Training Case Study - Tonle Sap Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program.