To provide clean drinking water systems
Pong Toek primary and lower secondary schools, based in Kep province, have nine buildings with 38 rooms. There are 53 teachers and 858 students. For Grades 1 to 6 there are 13 classes and from Grades 7 to 9 there are 9 classes. The students
from this school do not have access to clean drinking water, but get their water from 4 pump wells provided by Chinese Association (1), Asian Development Bank (2) and World Bank (1). There is no method to ensure the water is clean and passes International quality of health standards. The primary objective in Phase 1 is to provide clean drinking water systems in Pong Toek primary and lower secondary schools in Kep Province. Once implemented these clean water systems will directly serve nearly 1,000 students as well as school faculty.
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The project’s beneficiaries will be one local elementary school with 350 pupils, and also 141 families in a village who are very challenged regarding water, and where several cases of water-borne diseases have been observed.