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“Bareebo: Tuk, Aha, Sahmahtuhpeeup” stands for “Enough: Water, Food, Ability”. Bareebo uses water as a liquid foundation for social, community and personal development in Cambodia, working with low income families with an average annual household income of US$600 in rural Banan district, Battambang province, northern Cambodia on addressing issues of water quality, supply or availability, food security, and local capacity to adapt to a changing climate and a modernizing economy. Bareebo’s projects include Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting, Shallow Pump Wells, Biological-Sand-Water-Filtration, Composting Latrines, Organic Home Gardening, Self-Help-Groups & Capacity Building, and Economic Development. Their vision is to develop a water and food systems model that ensures every rural Cambodian family has the ability to provide themselves with year-round access to healthy water for drinking and cooking and ample water for growing food.Donate Now
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