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Clean Water Project

The Clean Water Project: A Way to Leave a Lasting Impression There is almost no need so basic as having clean water to drink, but many Cambodian people do not have access to it. in the countryside,most people rely on water from rivers and streams,

but this water is often diseased and polluted. Many of the country’s worst health problems can be traced back to the use of these unclean water sources.  The victims of these diseases are often children, whose parents have no way to pay for medical care.  It is estimated that 60% of rural residents have no clean water to drink.

The good news is that this problem is easily fixed for individual families with the installation of a well.  A properly installed well can ensure that the family will have drinking water for many years and a greater chance of health and prosperity.  The cost of making such a big difference is only 240 USD.  When my customers see the beauty of Angkor Wat and the very difficult lives of the people who live near it, they often ask how they can help.

I want to suggest that paying for even a single well to be installed can really change the lives of those Cambodians who are most in need. What makes this an extraordinary giving opportunity is that you will meet the people who receive your well and see firsthand where your donation is going.Together we will go to the village, meet the family, hear their stories, and observe the installation of their new well.

If you are interested in providing a Cambodian family with clean water and a fresh start, please tell me when you book your tour so I can make the necessary arrangements before you arrive.  Thank you in anticipation for your generosity.

It costs only US$240 to install a cast iron pump well and that will provide clean water for up to three families for the next 15 years.
I am also involved with the Cambodia Clean Water & Toilet Project and provide that team with local advice on where the support is most needed. See Facebook "Cambodia Clean Water & Toilet Project".

It is a really humbling experience to learn that our small contribution can make such a huge impact on the lives of these families.

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