Published in: 2016
• In general, the rural supply chains for sanitation products and services are well established in the three districts.
• Uptake of toilets is showing steady progress but slows down drastically when the last mile 1 is in sight.
• Rural households opt for high-end, rather expensive sanitation facilities.
• The preferred types of toilet facilities are unaffordable for most if not all of the poorer households.
• Knowledge on appropriate and affordable toilets is low among consumers and sanitation entrepreneurs.
• Existing pit confi gurations – two pits linked in series – do not facilitate current manual pit emptying practices.
Baetings, E. (2016). Sanitation market research in rural Cambodia - Rapid assessment of supply and demand in three rural districts. SNV
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