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Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA)

Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA) is an independent, non-profit and non-political organization which brings together all private water suppliers in Cambodia and acts in the interest of the members of the Association.
CWA was established on 28 December 2011 by a group of Cambodian private water operators and under the financial and technical support of USAID Cambodia-MSME Project. It was legally granted the license by the Ministry of Interior on 06 August 2012.

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Promotion for Accountable Water Sup...

Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA) received a financial supported from WaterAid to implement a project, named “Promotion for Accountable Water Supply Services”. The project’s aim  is to make a g...

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Basic Technical Management Training...

CWA is conducting a Basic Technical Management Training on Water treatment plant, water quality, operation and maintenance to the sub-nation authorities and community people which funded by WaterAid u...

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Announcement – Financial Audi...

Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA) is a local professional association specializes in water service supply both in urban and rural areas of Cambodia. We work closely with water service providers...

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Job Announcement – Finance In...

Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA) is a local professional association specializes in water service supply both in urban and rural areas of Cambodia. We work closely with water service providers...

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Job Announcement: IT Assistant (Ful...

Cambodian Water Supply Association (CWA) is a local professional association specializes in water service supply both in urban and rural areas of Cambodia. We work closely with water service providers...

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Status of Piped Water Connection to...

Status of Piped Water Connection to Public Healthcare Facilities in Cambodia

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