SIF Governor Lian Wee Cheow (second from right) taking a commemorative shot at the launch of the second phase of the Water for Life programme in Siem Reap, with SIF partners who are instrumental in ensuring the smooth delivery of the programme. (from left) Svay Leu District Deputy Governor Chum Chantheng, Chi Kraeng District Deputy Governor Chrea Mony, Deputy Provincial Department of Rural Development Director Nhol Kheng and (first from right) Water for Cambodia Director of Operations Liugi Giani.
The VIPs at the launch experienced first-hand a demonstration of proper handwashing as part of basic hygiene training for school children - one of the two components of the Water for Life project. The other component is the installation of bio-sand water filters.
The Singapore International Volunteers from the Institute of Technical Education striking a pose with Cambodian students after having put up a joint performance on hygiene education. The performance was the highlight of the launch ceremony for the over 300 villagers who had attended.
The SIF reaches another milestone in its 15 year friendship with Cambodia with the launch of the Water for Life (Siem Reap) Phase 2 Project. A strong spirit of mutual cooperation and a deep sense of mutual respect underpin this friendship.
The Singapore International Volunteers team from the Institute of Technical Education posing with SIF Governor Lian Wee Chow and the bio-sand water filter they had installed to bring clean water to the home of a Cambodian family.
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On 27 September 2017, the Singapore International Foundation launched another of its signature Water for Life projects in Siem Reap, the third instalment in Cambodia and fifth in Asia. The four-year project aims to provide 9,000 Cambodian villagers in the districts of Chi Kraeng and Svay Leu in Siem Reap with access to clean water and equip them with basic hygiene knowledge to reduce the incidence of water-borne diseases.


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