In Cambodia, only 29% of the population has a latrine. Improving these statistics is hard to imagine when so many village chiefs, schools and health centers don’t have latrines themselves.
Because village chiefs are very influential in changing rural people’s behavior, we told the inspiring story of Sok Chamreoun, a village chief who believed that every family in his village could own a latrine if they all worked together, and he succeeded. Watch Sok Chamreoun’s story here.
Special thanks to New York-based director, Sam Stephens, from Humble, as well as Miguel Drake-McLaughlin, Todd Brown and 391 Productions.