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A married mom of three and struggling financially, this lady runs the family business growing rice and raising poultry at home. She has been involved in agriculture for many years and earns an average income that was not adequate to supply her family with a basic human need - a latrine. The main challenge that she faced in her business is the low crop yields caused by insects and the fluctuating prices of her products. A loan helped her to build the household latrine they so desperately needed.


Cambodia, a country located in Southeast Asia. Between 1975 and 1979 the country was devastated by the reign of the Khmer Rouge, a rural communist guerrilla movement. The major challenges are sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues, including STIs and HIV/AIDS (prevalence of 0.2 percent among youth aged 15-24), unwanted pregnancy, pregnancy-related illnesses, unsafe abortion, mental health problems, accidents, and violence. Cambodia continues to have a serious infrastructure gap. Water, sanitation, roads, and solid waste management are among the most critical services in need of improvement.