The Center for Development (CfD) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit making organization founded in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The founders, a group of Cambodian development workers, were concerned about the low levels of poor community participation in gaining access to water and sanitation. CfD sought to lessen the negative impact of poor water and sanitation on people’s health and livelihoods, which it recognized can often be compounded by a lack of awareness amongst the most vulnerable people of Cambodia.
#41A, street 371, Trapeang Chuk, Sankat Teuk Thla,
Khan Ruesei Keo Phnom Penh
WW! is a science-based sanitation and safe water treatment idea and design operation, registered as a socio-entrepreneurial business. We design, develop, test, research and implement simple systems to significantly improve water quality using ecologically engineered microbial and wetland-based mesocosms. WW! is also interested in the conservation and promotion of natural wetland corridors as public infrastructure for water quality.
12207 Phnom Penh
Taber Hand, Irina Chakraborty
Education / Research