In early 2012 WaterSHED and SNV developed a cooperative partnership in rural Cambodia to provide complementary sanitation programs: SNV's program supports CLTS and BCC and WaterSHED facilitates sanitation marketing in joint target districts in Kampong Cham and Takeo provinces with expansion planned in Kampong Speu province in 2013
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Enterprise Development, commonly known as WaterSHED, is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in the water and sanitation sectors in South East Asia. Its objectives are to “bring effective, affordable water and sanitation products to market in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam”.
On 27 September 2012, WaterSHED hosted a forum title, “Make the Impossible Possible” which attracted nearly 200 participants from government institutions, local authority, relevant NGOs, donor communities, private sector, commune council members
On 12th September 2012, WaterSHED hosted a field visit to one of its targeted villages in Kampong Speu province to promote media coverage on rural sanitation.
On 06 August 2012, Jenny Orgill, a PhD student in Environmental Economics; and Gina Turrini, a Master student in Public Policy, from Duke University presented their research findings on household demand for improved water quality during the monthly Water & Sanitation meeting