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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Poverty reduction

Start date of service provision: Nov 2019

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Service users: 1k+ villages


This DIB is the first one in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector and aims to end open defecation in 1600 villages across six provinces in Cambodia. Through the DIB, the Stone Foundation will invest in iDE’s market-based sanitation program, which trains and coaches sales agents to sell toilets to households and communities and works with businesses, such as cement companies, to expand into the toilet business. The outcomes focus of the DIB provides flexibility for iDE to evolve its programme in a complex and constantly changing market—especially important as iDE tests new strategies for reaching the poorest and most vulnerable households

Target population

Rural communities across six provinces in Cambodia: Svay Rieng, Kandal, Prey Veng, Kampong Thom, Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey. With a focus on poorer and harder-to-reach groups including women, children, people living with disabilities and older people.



  • Cambodia

Service delivery locations

  • 6 provinces (Svay Rieng, Kandal, Prey Veng, Kampong Thom, Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey), Cambodia

Involved organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • 1600 villages to achieve Open Defecation Free (ODF) status. Completion of the government process to get certified and iDE’s metrics.


Outcome achievements

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Outcome payments

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