Open defecation in villages on Tonlé Sap lake contributes to sickness, pollution and drownings. Now, a pathogen-filtering toilet looks set to change lives
By Lauren Crothers in Phat Sanday
Phat Sanday is – in many ways – like any other village in Cambodia. There’s a school, a petrol station and a clinic.
However, unlike most of the other rural communities, nearly every structure here – at the southern end of Cambodia’s Tonlé Sap lake – floats. The primary mode of transport for the more than 1,100 families who live here is boat.
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