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Our projects

Wetlands Work! has over 13 years of experience working with remote disadvantaged populations in Cambodia and Myanmar. The HandyPod is used everyday by more than 250 households and 40+ schools in various environments - floating communities, floodplain villages, flood prone and high ground water areas and clay soils areas. Wherever high-water makes pit latrines fail and become a source of pollution, the HandyPod is unaffected and continues to do its job. We seek to expand to sandy beach tourist areas and Pacific islands with shallow and fragile groundwater resources. And we intend to promote HandyPod's treated discharge for home garden productivity.

01

Floating village sanitation 

Number projects : 10

Investment (USD) : $1,015,000

Number partners and donors : 18

Location : Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia

02

Flood prone village sanitation

Number projects : 6

Investment (USD) : $72,000

Number partners and donors : 6

Location : Lake Indawgyi, Myanmar & Phnom Penh suburbs, Cambodia

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03

Rural upland sanitation

Number projects : 6

Investment (USD) : $42,000

Number partners and donors : 6

Location : Kampung Spue, Sihanoukville, Kandal, Kep, Cambodia

04

Tourist beach sanitation

Number projects : 1

Investment (USD) : $5,000

Number partners and donors : 1

Location : Saracen Bay, Koh Rong Sanloem Island, Cambodia

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