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Drinking Water, a Major Health Issue (Cambodia)
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Drinking Water, a Major Health Issue (Cambodia)

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Language(s): Plurilingual: Eng

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Education for sustainable development means learning to stay healthy. Nearly 1.5 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. In Cambodia, an organization assists them in setting up simple solutions. It carries out education campaigns to raise awareness of health risks. Hence with better living conditions, there are fewer sick people.

Place/Country: Cambodia
Series: From Green Economies to Green Societies
Type: Documentary
Credits: Pascal Fayolle, director ; Christian Lamontagne, director ; François Rousset, director. Lato Sensu Productions, producer ; Japan Funds-in-Trust, producer. UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development, co-producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 217124
Rights/Droits: UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development

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