In Cambodia, people use groundwater as their source of freshwater. In some of those water source such as river, ponds, creeks…., some groundwater naturally contains dissolved elements such as arsenic, boron, selenium, or radon that these natural contaminants are health problems depends on the amount of the substance present. In purpose to support, enhance and develop water utilities in Cambodia so that a greater number of Cambodians have access to competitive, quality, lasting professional water services, provide all Cambodian people access to drinking for better living standard. iSEA was started as a project of GRET in 2012, to improving access to water and sanitation services is essential for public health, well being & economic development, and improved, supply water, sanitation and hygiene - reduce the risk of disease, and expense of families. Nowadays, iSEA upgraded bigger and bigger with professional services more than 10 years experience in the water supply sector.
Source: The Phnom Penh Post Date: February 17, 2021 The General Population Census of Cambodia 2019 has provided detailed information regarding sources of clean drinking water for the provincial populations across the Kingdom, determining which regions depend on rivers, streams, lakes and ponds as primary sources while others depend mostly on wells or transported water.Read More
Source: Agence Kampuchea Presse Date: July 16, 2020Demand for clean water in Phnom Penh capital is on the rise due to the growing population and constructions in the city. To respond to the current demand, Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) has planned to attract investments and seek financial support for the expansion of investment inRead More
Source: Khmer Times Date: June 30, 2020State-owned utility Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PWSA), the first Cambodian Securities Exchange-listed company, aims to collect substantially more revenue in 2020 after a sharp drop in total revenue last year, according to the result of its eighth annual general shareholders’ meeting.In 2019, PWSA revenue declined more than 18Read More
Source: Khmer Times Date: 13 May 2020Residents and authorities in Kampong Thom province’s Kampong Svay district yesterday expressed deep concern over the persistence of severe drought in the Stung Sen River.Provincial governor Sok Lou said yesterday many communities are suffering from a scarcity in water supply, which has led to concerns regarding the cultivation ofRead More
Source: The Phnom Penh Post Date: 07 April, 2020HATTHA Kasekar Limited (HKL), a subsidiary of Thai-based Bank of Ayudhya Pcl, (Krungsri), received a $50 million loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) to expand its operation and support Micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in rural areas.The loan agreement was reached on March 27 andRead More