Characteristics of Household Sanitation Use and Demand in CLTS and non-CLTS Villages: A comparative study from rural Cambodia

Sanitation Marketing in Cambodia
University of North Carolina Water & Health Conference (Oct 29- Nov 2, 2012)
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Presents key findings comparing the WASH-M baseline sanitation access and demand characteristics of households in CLTS and non-CLTS villages, and presents preliminary results from a mid-point survey on actual uptake and purchase of latrine products in the Kampong Speu target area. These findings have important implications for the development of targeted sanitation marketing campaigns and more broadly for strategies aimed at coordinating CLTS and Sanitation Marketing efforts.

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