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CHOBA's Suppliers: Putting Planning Into Practice

Posted: 10th Feb 2014

RACHA's successful CHOBA program works closely with local suppliers to provide delivery and installation of the latrines for participating households throughout Rumlech, Kampong Kdey, and Svay Donkeo Communes in Bakan district, Pursat. Throughout implementation, CHOBA has been working with three suppliers in the area, two based in Pursat and one based in Battambang, to meet the demands of the participating communes. Read more about them here!

East Meets West and RACHA to Continue Partnership

Posted: 23rd Jan 2014

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RACHA is thrilled to announce that it will continue its partnership with < a href = "https://www.eastmeetswest.org/">East Meets West in order to implement the CHOBA project.

Updates on RACHA Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Projects

Posted: 4th Dec 2013

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We are thrilled to announce recent successes of our Water, Santiation, and Hygiene (WASH) programs.

RACHA Launches CHOBA Project in Pursat

Posted: 23rd Jun 2013

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On June 5, 6, and 7th, RACHA launched the initial implementation phase of CHOBA in three communes, Svay Doun Kaev, Rumlech, and Khnar Totueng in Bakan, Pursat Province. CHOBA, (Community Health Output-Based Aid), is a community-based project aimed to increase the sanitation coverage in communities by specifically mobilizing the most poor and vulnerable. In partnership with East Meets West, RACHA is working to address a fundamental health disparity in Cambodia.

Government of Japan to Fund Water Filtration Station in Banteay Mean Chey

Posted: 27th Mar 2013

On March 21, 2013, RACHA's Executive Director, Chan Theary, and the Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, His Excellency Kumamaru Yuji, approved a grant contract for 100,745 USD. The grant, part of the Japanese Embassy's KUSANONE (Japan's Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots and Human Security Projects) Project, is funding RACHA in the installation of a Water Filtration System in Thmor Pouk District, Banteay Mean Chey Province to provide access to safe drinking water. Through KUSANONE, the Japanese people are able to provide support for the improvement of health in Cambodia.