Mekong Regional Water and Sanitation Program (MEK-WATSAN

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EXTENSION OF WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION IN KAMPOT DOWNTOWN PROJECT OF UN-HABITAT COMMUNITY-BASED WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECT Output Under The Cooperation Agreement Between UN-HABITATAT and Kampot Water Supply Utility Report on Preparatory Activities Including Stakeholders Workshop, Indicator Categories, Questionaire for MDG Monitoring and Selection of Enumerators (D1)

2010

KAMPOT WATER SUPPLY UTILITY
K A M P O T

, CAMBODIA

S O R N

B Y S O M O L I N E

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Table of Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 3 Objective ................................................................................................................................. 3 Participations ........................................................................................................................... 4 Workshop Venue and Date ..................................................................................................... 4

5. Presentation from Resources Persons ......................................................................................... 5 5.1 Presentation ........................................................................................................................... 5 5.2 Discssion on Questionaire for MDG Monitoring .................................................................. 6 6. 7. Sellection of Enumerators ....................................................................................................... 7 Conclusion............................................................................................................................... 8

Annex 1: List of participants Annex 2: Detail workshop agenda Annex 3: Revised questionnaire for MDG monitoring of water and sanitation indicators Annex4: Name list of enumerators for data collections

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1. Introduction
MEK-WATSAN is a collaborative effort between UN-HABITAT and Cambodia Government has been implementing water and sanitation investment in Kampot town. The whole philosophy of MEK-WATSAN is to support participating governments attain their water and sanitation related MDGs agreed in 2000, to halve the proportion of people without access to improve water supply and sanitation services by 2015.

The Royal Government of Cambodia has set out a CMDG which is compliant with the world MDGs. The CMDG composes of many targets for year 2015 but two of them are focusing on water and sanitation. MEK-WATSAN was initiated at the request of Governments of the Mekong Region - the Royal Government of Cambodia, the People's Republic of China (Yunan Province), the Lao People's Democratic Republic, and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. MEKWATSAN program was developed to provide supports those governments in improving water and sanitation condition in peri-urban or secondary towns in the above four countries by expanding water supply infrastructure. The program focuses on improving the livelihood of lowincome urban population that lack adequate water facilities.

The primary purpose of Community-based Water Supply and Sanitation Project is to improve water supply and environmental sanitation for at least 7,500 poor people or 75% of the poor in Kampot Town.

Currently on 02 September 2010, MIME and Kampot Water Supply Utility have conducted workshop that include stakeholder workshop and training on sampling and methodology of baseline survey in Kampot Town.

2. Objective
The overall objective of MEK-WATSAN program is to support the Royal Government of Cambodia to attain its water and sanitation related MDGs agreed in 2000. The stakeholder workshop was held in Kampot Municipality Office with the objective as follow: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduce the CMDGs Monitoring; Explain and discuss on baseline survey questionnaire; Explain the survey methodology; Conduct field-test on water and sanitation indicators and survey; Sellect enumerators to conduct the baseline survey. 3

The purpose of stakeholder workshop is to discuss and plan the MDG monitoring strategies for secondary towns follow the framework of the Urban Inequities Survey (UIS). MIME will define the rationale and objectives of the envisaged MDG-monitoring; adapt relevant indicator categories to the situation of water and sanitation in secondary town ; oversee the design and development of a survey for monitoring the MDGs; define criteria for suitable enumerators from community, water utility, NGO and municipality; and develop an action plan. A follow up monitoring will take place at the end of project implementation.

3. Participations
There were 79 participants included 11 women in this stakeholder workshop. These participants come from six government institutions i.e. MIME, Kampot Water Supply Utility, Provincial Department of Industry, Mines and Energy, Toek Chhu District, Kampot Municipality, Kampot Provincial Office, Provincial Department of Environment and local authorities; and two NGOs like GRET SWY, Theang Thnot Association were invited to attend the workshop. The detailed list of participants is attached in Annex 1.

4. Workshop Venue and Date
The stakeholder workshop was held at Kampot Municipality Office, Kampot Town, Kampot province, Cambodia, on 02 September 2010. It was a full day workshop. The morning session started to register at 7:30 am, followed workshop by introduction of

objectives,

welcome

speech of Chief of provincial governor, and opening speech of H.E. Heng Sok Kong. From 8:409:10 presentation of Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDGs and CMDG related to water and sanitation. From 9:10-9:25 coffee break. From 9:25-9:45 was presentation of Mr. Bun Chan Kong on Kampot Water Supply Utility operation. From 9:45-11:40 was presentation of Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires. The evening session starts at 14:00, continue discuss on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires. From 15:30 to 15:45 coffee break. From 15:45-16:15 was presentation of baseline survey methods of Ms. Sorn Somoline and chaired by

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H.E. Heng Sok Kong. From 16:15-17:30 formulated enumerators for data collection. The detail workshop agenda is attached in Annex 2.

5. Presentation from Resources Persons
5.1 Presentation
There are four during presentations the were presented stakeholder

workshop where: i) First presentation was presented by Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDGs and CMDG related to water and sanitation :

This

presentation explains about: MDG target 10:
Increasing the proportion of urban population with access to safe water source from 60% in 1998 to 80% in 2015and 11: Increasing the proportion of urban population with access to improved sanitation from 49% in 1998 to 74% in 2015. • • •

Explain about indicator, benchmarks and target of Cambodia MDG Water Supply in Cambodia Water Supply Service for all province in Cambodia Water Supply situation compare to CMDGs The percentage of household can access to safe water for drinking in Cambodia for year 1998 and 2008

• • • • • •

The percentage of household can access to safe water for drinking in Kampot Province for year 1998 and 2008 The percentage of household use different type of latrines in Cambodia for year 1998 and 2008 The percentage of household use different type of latrines in Kampot province for year 1998 and 2008 The objective of water supply extension project in Kampot downtown

ii)

Second presentation illustrates about the present operation of Kampot Water Supply Utility. 5

iii)

Third presentation presented by Mr. Teang Sokhom about the water and sanitation indicators for baseline survey.

iv)

Forth presentation presented by Ms. Sorn Somoline about baseline survey method and sampling selection.

All presentations are attached in Annex 3.

5.2 Discssion on Questionaire for MDG Monitoring
The base line data collection on water and sanitation questionnaire was designed by UNHABITAT. This questionnaire was prepared to monitor indicator for MDG. It consists of the main sections as following: Water and Sanitation Module Volume and payment for drinking water:Consumers with piped water connections; Consummers without piped water connections Disruptions to the water supply Household treatment of drinking water Source of water for cleaning, washing and bathing Sanitation Sewage Treatment Solid Waste Disposal and Health questions 6

There is a discussion topic: water and sanitation baseline survey indicators (questionnaires). The UNHABITAT's indicators were used for the discussion. There were a lot of questions on the questionnaires but not much comment because the questionnaire already revised after received some comments from the participant in the stakeholder workshop of others four provinces to add some indicators to the existing one like Added the note at the beginning of the questionnaire in order to explain the surveyor to get more understanding about the objective of the project as well as the purpose of survey. The distance of latrine to water sources like well and pond. (added in Sanitation Section) The reason of not having toilet (added in Sanitation Section, on question WS 23A) Did your family get any awareness campaign on health care from the government or NGOs so far? (added in Health Section) Added the code (H1, H2, H3, H4) of each question in Health Section,

The revised questionnaires are attached in Annex 4.

6. Sellection of Enumerators
The participants were invited to register in order to conduct the base line survey. The enumerators were divided into nine groups for conducting the base line survey in the project target areas. Below are the target villages and communes/Sangkat to be surveyed. Group survey in Sangkat Kampong Kandal. The responsible person is Mrs. Pov Synat Sangkat council. This group has only one sub-group and survey only one villages: Sovansakor Village. Group survey in Sangkat Krang Ampil. The responsible person is Mr.Mao Soeun- Vice Chief of Sangkat. This group was divided into two sub-group and survey two villages: Krang and Svay Thom. Group Survey in Sangkat Kampong Bay. The responsible person is Mr. Khhurn Vat-and Mr. Som Sy Em-Sangkat Council. This Group was divided into two sub-group and survey in two villages Kampong Bay Kang Cheung and Kampong Bay Khang Tboung. Group Survey in Sangkat Angdoung Khmer. The responsible person is Mr. Yoy Sareth Sangkat Chief and Mr. Kheng Sokhorn-Sangkat Council. This group was divided into 5 sub-group and survey in 5 villages Tvi Khan Cheung, Tvi Khan Tboung, O Toch, Angdoung Khmer, Ta Deb.

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Group Survey in Sangkat Treuy Koah. The responsible person is Mr. Neak Seu-Vice Chief of Sangkat. This Group was divided into 3 groups and survey in three villages Daun Toak, Ta Ang, Sre village.

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Group Survey in Trapeang Thom Commune. The responsible person is Mr.Thorn Chhil. This group was divided into 4 sub-group and survey in 4 villages Trapeang Chrey, Krang, Trapeang Thom and Svay Thom.

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Group survey in Chum Kreal Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Meiy Yeun-Vice Chief Commune. This group was divided into 3 sub-groups and survey in 3 villages Trapeang Thom, Chum Kreal and Samrong.

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Group Survey in Kampong Kraeng Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Tith NanChief Commune. This group was divided into two sub- groups and survey in two villages Prey Thnot and Kampong Kraeng.

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Group survey in Makprang Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Soth Seun. This group has only on sub-group and survey in one village.

The survey will start on 13 September 2010 and will be finished in 15 days. The members of each group for data collections Annex 5. and number of households to be surveyed are attached in

7. Conclusion
The stakeholder workshop was finished with the closing remark by H.E. Heng Sok Kong, Under Secretary of State of The ministry of Industry Mines and Energy. The workshop was held smoothly and provided fruitful results with the good cooperation from all relevant stakeholders and their active discussion and recommendations. H.E. Heng Sok Kong also proposed to have good cooperation from all relevant stakeholders in implementing the project in Kampot Town in the future and have setup next step work plans and assigned teams for carrying out the baseline survey. These sellected enumerators will provide training on base line survey questionnaire and sampling method and do the field-tested before conduct survey.

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Table of Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 3 Objective ................................................................................................................................. 3 Participations ........................................................................................................................... 4 Workshop Venue and Date ..................................................................................................... 4

5. Presentation from Resources Persons ......................................................................................... 5 5.1 Presentation ........................................................................................................................... 5 5.2 Discssion on Questionaire for MDG Monitoring .................................................................. 6 6. 7. Sellection of Enumerators ....................................................................................................... 7 Conclusion............................................................................................................................... 8

Annex 1: List of participants Annex 2: Detail workshop agenda Annex 3: Revised questionnaire for MDG monitoring of water and sanitation indicators Annex4: Name list of enumerators for data collections

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1. Introduction
MEK-WATSAN is a collaborative effort between UN-HABITAT and Cambodia Government has been implementing water and sanitation investment in Kampot town. The whole philosophy of MEK-WATSAN is to support participating governments attain their water and sanitation related MDGs agreed in 2000, to halve the proportion of people without access to improve water supply and sanitation services by 2015.

The Royal Government of Cambodia has set out a CMDG which is compliant with the world MDGs. The CMDG composes of many targets for year 2015 but two of them are focusing on water and sanitation. MEK-WATSAN was initiated at the request of Governments of the Mekong Region - the Royal Government of Cambodia, the People's Republic of China (Yunan Province), the Lao People's Democratic Republic, and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. MEKWATSAN program was developed to provide supports those governments in improving water and sanitation condition in peri-urban or secondary towns in the above four countries by expanding water supply infrastructure. The program focuses on improving the livelihood of lowincome urban population that lack adequate water facilities.

The primary purpose of Community-based Water Supply and Sanitation Project is to improve water supply and environmental sanitation for at least 7,500 poor people or 75% of the poor in Kampot Town.

Currently on 02 September 2010, MIME and Kampot Water Supply Utility have conducted workshop that include stakeholder workshop and training on sampling and methodology of baseline survey in Kampot Town.

2. Objective
The overall objective of MEK-WATSAN program is to support the Royal Government of Cambodia to attain its water and sanitation related MDGs agreed in 2000. The stakeholder workshop was held in Kampot Municipality Office with the objective as follow: 1. 2. 3. 4. Introduce the CMDGs Monitoring; Explain and discuss on baseline survey questionnaire; Explain the survey methodology; Conduct field-test on water and sanitation indicators and survey; 3

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Sellect enumerators to conduct the baseline survey.

The purpose of stakeholder workshop is to discuss and plan the MDG monitoring strategies for secondary towns follow the framework of the Urban Inequities Survey (UIS). MIME will define the rationale and objectives of the envisaged MDG-monitoring; adapt relevant indicator categories to the situation of water and sanitation in secondary town ; oversee the design and development of a survey for monitoring the MDGs; define criteria for suitable enumerators from community, water utility, NGO and municipality; and develop an action plan. A follow up monitoring will take place at the end of project implementation.

3. Participations
There were 79 participants included 11 women in this stakeholder workshop. These participants come from six government institutions i.e. MIME, Kampot Water Supply Utility, Provincial Department of Industry, Mines and Energy, Toek Chhu District, Kampot Municipality, Kampot Provincial Office, Provincial Department of Environment and local authorities; and two NGOs like GRET SWY, Theang Thnot Association were invited to attend the workshop. The detailed list of participants is attached in Annex 1.

4. Workshop Venue and Date
The stakeholder workshop was held at Kampot Municipality Office, Kampot Town, Kampot province, Cambodia, on 02 September 2010. It was a full day workshop. The morning session started to register at 7:30 am, followed workshop by introduction of

objectives,

welcome

speech of Chief of provincial governor, and opening speech of H.E. Heng Sok Kong. From 8:409:10 presentation of Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDGs and CMDG related to water and sanitation. From 9:10-9:25 coffee break. From 9:25-9:45 was presentation of Mr. Bun Chan Kong on Kampot Water Supply Utility operation. From 9:45-11:40 was presentation of Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires. The evening session starts at 14:00, continue discuss on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires. From 15:30 to 15:45 coffee break. From 15:45-16:15 was presentation of baseline survey methods of Ms. Sorn Somoline and chaired by 4

H.E. Heng Sok Kong. From 16:15-17:30 formulated enumerators for data collection. The detail workshop agenda is attached in Annex 2.

5. Presentation from Resources Persons
5.1 Presentation
There are four during presentations the were presented stakeholder

workshop where: i) First presentation was presented by Mr. Teang Sokhom on MDGs and CMDG related to water and sanitation :

This

presentation explains about: MDG target 10:
Increasing the proportion of urban population with access to safe water source from 60% in 1998 to 80% in 2015and 11: Increasing the proportion of urban population with access to improved sanitation from 49% in 1998 to 74% in 2015. • • •

Explain about indicator, benchmarks and target of Cambodia MDG Water Supply in Cambodia Water Supply Service for all province in Cambodia Water Supply situation compare to CMDGs The percentage of household can access to safe water for drinking in Cambodia for year 1998 and 2008

• • • • • •

The percentage of household can access to safe water for drinking in Kampot Province for year 1998 and 2008 The percentage of household use different type of latrines in Cambodia for year 1998 and 2008 The percentage of household use different type of latrines in Kampot province for year 1998 and 2008 The objective of water supply extension project in Kampot downtown

ii)

Second presentation illustrates about the present operation of Kampot Water Supply Utility. 5

iii)

Third presentation presented by Mr. Teang Sokhom about the water and sanitation indicators for baseline survey.

iv)

Forth presentation presented by Ms. Sorn Somoline about baseline survey method and sampling selection.

All presentations are attached in Annex 3.

5.2 Discssion on Questionaire for MDG Monitoring
The base line data collection on water and sanitation questionnaire was designed by UNHABITAT. This questionnaire was prepared to monitor indicator for MDG. It consists of the main sections as following: Water and Sanitation Module Volume and payment for drinking water:Consumers with piped water connections; Consummers without piped water connections Disruptions to the water supply Household treatment of drinking water Source of water for cleaning, washing and bathing Sanitation Sewage Treatment Solid Waste Disposal and Health questions 6

There is a discussion topic: water and sanitation baseline survey indicators (questionnaires). The UNHABITAT's indicators were used for the discussion. There were a lot of questions on the questionnaires but not much comment because the questionnaire already revised after received some comments from the participant in the stakeholder workshop of others four provinces to add some indicators to the existing one like Added the note at the beginning of the questionnaire in order to explain the surveyor to get more understanding about the objective of the project as well as the purpose of survey. The distance of latrine to water sources like well and pond. (added in Sanitation Section) The reason of not having toilet (added in Sanitation Section, on question WS 23A) Did your family get any awareness campaign on health care from the government or NGOs so far? (added in Health Section) Added the code (H1, H2, H3, H4) of each question in Health Section,

The revised questionnaires are attached in Annex 4.

6. Sellection of Enumerators
The participants were invited to register in order to conduct the base line survey. The enumerators were divided into nine groups for conducting the base line survey in the project target areas. Below are the target villages and communes/Sangkat to be surveyed. Group survey in Sangkat Kampong Kandal. The responsible person is Mrs. Pov Synat Sangkat council. This group has only one sub-group and survey only one villages: Sovansakor Village. Group survey in Sangkat Krang Ampil. The responsible person is Mr.Mao Soeun- Vice Chief of Sangkat. This group was divided into two sub-group and survey two villages: Krang and Svay Thom. Group Survey in Sangkat Kampong Bay. The responsible person is Mr. Khhurn Vat-and Mr. Som Sy Em-Sangkat Council. This Group was divided into two sub-group and survey in two villages Kampong Bay Kang Cheung and Kampong Bay Khang Tboung. Group Survey in Sangkat Angdoung Khmer. The responsible person is Mr. Yoy Sareth Sangkat Chief and Mr. Kheng Sokhorn-Sangkat Council. This group was divided into 5 sub-group and survey in 5 villages Tvi Khan Cheung, Tvi Khan Tboung, O Toch, Angdoung Khmer, Ta Deb.

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Group Survey in Sangkat Treuy Koah. The responsible person is Mr. Neak Seu-Vice Chief of Sangkat. This Group was divided into 3 groups and survey in three villages Daun Toak, Ta Ang, Sre village.

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Group Survey in Trapeang Thom Commune. The responsible person is Mr.Thorn Chhil. This group was divided into 4 sub-group and survey in 4 villages Trapeang Chrey, Krang, Trapeang Thom and Svay Thom.

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Group survey in Chum Kreal Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Meiy Yeun-Vice Chief Commune. This group was divided into 3 sub-groups and survey in 3 villages Trapeang Thom, Chum Kreal and Samrong.

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Group Survey in Kampong Kraeng Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Tith NanChief Commune. This group was divided into two sub- groups and survey in two villages Prey Thnot and Kampong Kraeng.

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Group survey in Makprang Commune. The responsible person is Mr. Soth Seun. This group has only on sub-group and survey in one village.

The survey will start on 13 September 2010 and will be finished in 15 days. The members of each group for data collections Annex 5. and number of households to be surveyed are attached in

7. Conclusion
The stakeholder workshop was finished with the closing remark by H.E. Heng Sok Kong, Under Secretary of State of The ministry of Industry Mines and Energy. The workshop was held smoothly and provided fruitful results with the good cooperation from all relevant stakeholders and their active discussion and recommendations. H.E. Heng Sok Kong also proposed to have good cooperation from all relevant stakeholders in implementing the project in Kampot Town in the future and have setup next step work plans and assigned teams for carrying out the baseline survey. These sellected enumerators will provide training on base line survey questionnaire and sampling method and do the field-tested before conduct survey.

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Annex 1: List of participants in the stakeholder workshop

02 September 2010 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Name H.E. Heng Sokkong Neak Sovannary Te Chinarith Bun Chankong Sorn Somoline Teang Sokhom Som Sethy Mak Chhorvannarey Bun Thorn Chun SreyTouch Thon Vannak Long Sok Un Sokdany Sex M M M M F M M M M F M M M Position Under Secretary of State Chief of Kampot Municipality Deputy Chief Chief Community Specialist GIS and Mapping Specialist Officer Office Chief Network Chief Staff Staff Staff Staff 1 MIME Kampot Municipality Provincial department of Industry Mine and Energy Kampot Water Supply Utility Local Consultant Local Consultant MIME MIME Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Organization Signature

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Sor Veasna Ty Kean Kong Ma Pulim Vong Samon Nun Vanny Som Sorn Ser Mert Ung Kea Kheng Sakhon Ou Sakhon Hang Sean Sem Sarath Mea Bunchhoeurn Svay Met Ouk Chher Ma Dol

M M M M M F M M F M M M M M M M

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Sangkat Council Member Village Chief Village Deputy Chief Sangkat Council Village Deputy Chief Sangkat Council Village Chief Village Chief Provincial Department Chief Office Chief Village Member 2

Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Kampot Water Supply Utility Treuy Koh Treuy Koh Treuy Koh Ondong Khmer Ondong Khmer Ondong Khmer Kampong Bay Treuy Koh Kampot Municipal Kampot Municipal Ondong Khmer

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Kum Bun Hem Saren Pov Sinat Oun Somol So Danavy Mey Touch Sok Sopheap Ouk San Dy Bunsang Pen Sophearith Chhor Sorn Prum Vanthoeurn Phen Amrak Deng Pokanal Pheang Phanith Kouy Vanthy

M M F F F F F M M M M M M M M F

Village Deputy Chief Village Deputy Chief Sangkat Council Village Deputy Chief Village Member Sangkat Council Village Member Village Chief Village Deputy Chief Municipal Officer Public Work Office Chief Public Work Office Deputy Chief

Ondong Khmer Tvy Khang Cherng Kampong Kandal Krang Ampel Krang Ampel Krang Ampel Krang Ampel Krang Ampel Kampong Bay Kampot Public Work Office Public Work Office

Provincial Department of Environment Kampot Provincial Department of Environment Kampot Administration Office Chief Social Affair Office Deputy Chief 3 Tek Chhou Tek Chhou

46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

Keng Puthrea Pronh Chhoun Hang Kuy Ngin Tet Nan Mei Yoeurn Mam Lida Thorng Chhel Bou Ery Kong Kysral Tem Keaty Pen Rotha Kum Chey Ouk Chhoeun So Chhom Hean Veasna Nek Ser

M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M

District Officer Village Deputy Chief Village Chief Commune Chief Village Deputy Chief Village Chief Village Deputy Chief Village Member Municipal Officer Student Construction Worker Student Municipal Officer Village Chief Village Chief Sangkat Deputy Chief 4

Tek Chhou Chum Kreal Tropang Thom Kampong Krang Chum Kreal Kampong Krang Tropang Thom Tropang Thom Kampot Kampong Bay Khang Tbong Kampong Bay Khang Cherng Sovann Sakor Kampot Municipal Ondong Khmer Ondong Khmer Treuy Koh

62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

Sot Soeurn Mao Soeurn Khoun Eat Koim Bunny Em Kimsophorn Ty Veasna Plov Pon Touch Bunleang Hong Horng Se Dang Ty Komsan Long Chy Sin Hak Ouch Thun Sam Si Em Yoy Sareth

M M M M M M M M M M M M M M F M

Commune Council Sangkat Deputy Chief Sangkat Council Village Chief Village Chief Village Chief Village Chief Village Chief Village Chief District Deputy Chief Village Deputy Chief Municipal Administration Office Chief Village Chief Village Chief Sangkat Council Sangkat Representative 5

Mak Prang Krang Ampel Kampong Bay Ondong Khmer Ondong Khmer Sovann Sakor Krang Chum Kreal Chum Kreal Tek Chhou Kampong Kandal Kampot Municipal Kampong Bay Kampong Krang Kampong Bay Ondong Khmer

78 79

Bun Chy Nget Sothy

M M

Village Chief Officer

Tropang Thom Theang Thnot Community

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Annex 2: Detail Agenda of Stakeholder Workshop

Stakeholder Workshop Agenda on Indicator categories, Questionnaire for MDG Monitoring and Selection of enumerators
02 September 2010 Kampot Municipality Office, Kampot Town, Kampot Province ------------------------Thursday, September 02 Time
7:30-8:00 8:00-8:15 8:15-8:25 8:25-8:40 8:40-9:10 9:10-9:25 9:25-9:45

Program
Registration Workshop Objective Welcome Speech Opening Speech Presentation on MDG related to water and sanitation Coffee break Presentation on present water supply in Kampot Town Presentation on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires Lunch break Presentation on MDG's water and sanitation indicators and discussion on questionnaires Coffee break Presentation on the process and methodology of baseline survey for Kampot Town Formunlate enumerators for base line data collections Discussion the process and methodology of baseline survey for Kampot Town Closing speech

Responsible

Coordinator
Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

Mr. Som Sith, Project Officer Neak Sovanary, Chief Governor H.E. Heng Sokong, Project Manager Mr. Teang Sokhom, GIS Expert

Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

Mr. Bun Chan

Kong, Director of KWSU
Mr. Teang Sokhom, GIS Expert

Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

9:45-11:40

11:40-14:00 14:00-15:30

Mr. Teang Sokhom, GIS Expert

Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

15:30-15:45 15:45-16:15

Ms. Sorn Somoline, Sanitation Expert

Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

16:15-17:00 17:00-17:30

H.E. Heng Sokong, Project Manager, H.E. Heng Sokong, Project Manager

Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry Mr. Som Sith Mr. Mak Chor Vanry

17:30

Baseline Data Collection on Water and Sanitation The Mekong Region Water and Sanitation Initiative (MEK-WATSAN)
Province:…………………………………………… Downtown:………………………………………… Commune:………………………………………… Village:……………………………………………… Name of the Lead of Family:………………………………………… Male Female

Number of People in the family:…………………. ……Male:………….Female:…………… HH. total monthly income:……………………. HH. total annual income:…………………... HH. total monthly expenditure:………………. HH. total annual expenditure:…………….. HH. total water related monthly expenditure:…………………….. HH. total water related annual expenditure:………………………

WATER AND SANITATION MODULE

WS

This module is to be administered once for each household visited. Record only one response for each question. If more than one response is given, record the most usual source or facility. WS1A. WHAT IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF DRINKING Piped water WATER FOR MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD? Piped into dwelling .................................... 11 11 WS5B Piped into yard or plot ............................... 12 * PLEASE ALSO ASK QUESTION WS1B BEFORE Public tap/standpipe .................................. 13 SKIPPING TO OTHER QUESTIONS Tubewell/borehole ......................................... 21 Dug well Protected well ............................................ 31 Unprotected well ........................................ 32 Water from spring Protected spring ........................................ 41 WS2A Unprotected spring .................................... 42 Rainwater collection ...................................... 51 Vendors Tanker-truck .............................................. 61 Cart with small tank/drum/buckets ............ 71 Power tiller with small tank/drum/buckets ..................................... 72 Surface water (river, stream, dam, lake, pond, canal, irrigation channel) ................. 81 Bottled water................................................ 91 Other (specify) _______________________96 Piped water Piped into dwelling .................................... 11 Piped into yard or plot ............................... 12 Public tap/standpipe .................................. 13 Tubewell/borehole ......................................... 21 Dug well Protected well ............................................ 31 Unprotected well ........................................ 32 Water from spring Protected spring ........................................ 41 Unprotected spring .................................... 42 Rainwater collection ...................................... 51 Vendors Tanker-truck .............................................. 61 Cart with small tank/drum/buckets ............ 71 Power tiller with small tank/drum/buckets ..................................... 72 Surface water (river, stream, dam, lake, pond, canal, irrigation channel) ................. 81 Bottled water................................................ 91 Other (specify) _______________________96 Number of minutes .............................. __ __ __ Water on premises .......................................... 1 DK ................................................................... 9 96 WS3 1 WS5B 96 WS3 11 WS5B

WS1B. WHAT IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF WATER
USED BY YOUR HOUSEHOLD FOR OTHER PURPOSES SUCH AS COOKING AND HAND WASHING?

WS2A

WS2A. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GO THERE, GET WATER, AND COME BACK?

WS2B. HOW FAR IS THE WATER SOURCE FROM THIS DWELLING? WS3A. IS THERE A QUEUE WAITING TO GET WATER DURING THE RAINY SEASON? WS3B. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO WAIT IN A
QUEUE TO GET WATER DURING THE RAINY SEASON?

Distance in metres............................... __ __ __ DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Number of minutes .............................. __ __ __ DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Number of minutes .............................. __ __ __ DK ................................................................... 9 Adult woman.................................................... 1 Adult man ........................................................ 2 Female child (under 15) .................................. 3 Male child (under 15) ...................................... 4 No specific person ........................................... 5 NA or delivered to the house........................... 8 No answer or DK ............................................. 9 Early morning .................................................. 1 Midday ............................................................. 2 Afternoon ......................................................... 3 Late evening .................................................... 4 Anytime ........................................................... 5 DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No, risk of crime .............................................. 2 No, risk of accident……………………………...3 No, risk of both crime and accident Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Yes ................................................................. 1 No, service has been disconnected because I did not pay my bill, ...................... 2 No, the connection is faulty and we are waiting to have it repaired ........................... 3 No, but there is some other reason why its not working, (specify) .............................. 4 Yes .................................................................. 1 Yes, but not working ........................................ 2 No .................................................................... 3 No. of cubic meters ............................. __ __ __ Meter is not read/inoperative........................... 8 DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Flat rate per month ......................................... 1 According to monthly consumption ................. 2 Other (Specify) ............................................... 9 Amount (Riels) ............................... __ __ __ __ Meter is not read/inoperative....................... 888 2 WS5A

2 WS4A

WS4A. IS THERE A QUEUE WAITING TO GET WATER DURING THE DRY SEASON? WS4B. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO WAIT IN A
QUEUE TO GET WATER DURING THE DRY SEASON?

WS5A. WHO PRIMARILY COLLECTS DRINKING WATER FOR THE HOUSEHOLD?
IS THIS PERSON UNDER UNDER AGE 15? WHAT SEX?

Circle the code that best describes this person. WS5B. AT WHAT TIME OF THE DAY IS WATER MORE READY AVAILABLE AT THE WATER SOURCE?

WS6. IS THE LOCATION OF THE SOURCE OF WATER
CONSIDERED SAFE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN?

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VOLUME AND PAYMENT FOR DRINKING WATER: CONSUMERS WITH PIPED WATER CONNECTIONS

WS7A. DOES YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAVE PIPED WATER CONNECTION? WS7B. IS YOUR CONNECTION WORKING AT THE PRESENT TIME?

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2 WS12 3 WS12 4 WS12 2 WS9 3 WS9

WS7.1

IS YOUR PIPED WATER METERED?

WS8. WHAT WAS LAST MONTH’S WATER
CONSUMPTION ACCORDING TO THE METER READING?

WS9. DO YOU PAY FOR YOUR WATER? WS10. HOW DO YOU PAY FOR YOUR WATER?

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WS11. AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL?

RIELS WS16

WHO PAYS FOR THE WATER BILL?

Mother:_______________ Father:_______________ Other_____________

CONSUMERS WITHOUT PIPED WATER CONNECTIONS

WS12. HOW MANY BUCKETS OF WATER DO YOU USE EACH DAY? Observ the bucket and convert to liter WS13. DO YOU PAY FOR YOUR WATER? WS14. HOW DO YOU PAY FOR YOUR WATER?

Number of buckets ................................... __ __ Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Pay per drum (200 liter) ................................. 1 Flat rate each week ......................................... 2 Flat rate each month ....................................... 3 Other (specify) ________________________4 Mother:……………………. Father:…………………….. Other:………………………. Amount (Riels) .................................... __ __ __ Other forms of payment .............................. 888

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WHO PAYS FOR THE WATER:

WS15. AMOUNT PAID PER DRUM (200 LITER) OR DRUM EQUIVALENT?
DISRUPTIONS TO THE WATER SUPPLY

WS16. DID YOU HAVE ANY DISRUPTIONS FROM
YOUR MAIN SOURCE OF DRINKING WATER DURING THE PAST 2 WEEKS?

WS17. HOW FREQUENT WERE THESE DISRUPTIONS?

Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Daily ................................................................ 1 Intermittent most days ..................................... 2 Intermittent several days ................................. 3 Occasional....................................................... 4 Several hours at a time ................................... 5 More than a day .............................................. 2 More than a week ............................................ 6 No water in the past two weeks ...................... 7 NA ................................................................... 8 DK ................................................................... 9 Clear ................................................................ 1 Not clear .......................................................... 2 Other ............................................................... 3 DK ................................................................... 9 Yes, smells of chlorine .................................... 1 Yes, smells bad ............................................... 2 No .................................................................... 3 DK ................................................................... 9 Primary Method: Boil .................................................................. 1 Add bleach/chlorine ......................................... 2 Sieve it through a cloth .................................... 3 Use water filter (ceramic, sand, composite, etc.) ........................................................... 4 Solar disinfection ............................................. 5 Let it stand and settle ...................................... 6 Other (specify) ________________________7 DK .................................................................. 9

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HOUSEHOLD TREATMENT OF DRINKING WATER

WS18A. WHAT IS THE COLOUR OF YOUR DRINKING WATER?

WS18B. DOES YOUR DRINKING WATER SMELL?

WS19. WHAT DO YOU DO TO THE WATER TO MAKE IT SAFER TO DRINK?

Secondary: .................. 1 .................. 2 .................. 3 .................. 4 .................. 5 .................. 6 _________ 7 .................. 9

Ask the respondent to recall the primary and secondary methods used to make the water safe to drink.

SOURCE OF WATER FOR CLEANING, WASHING AND BATHING

WS20. IS YOUR SOURCE OF WATER FOR CLEANING, WASHING, AND BATHING DIFFERENT FROM YOUR SOURCE OF DRINKING WATER?

Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2

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WS21A. WHAT IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF WATER USED FOR CLEANING, WASHING, AND BATHING BY MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD?

WS21B. WHERE DO MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD BATHE?

Piped water Piped into dwelling .................................... 11 Piped into yard or plot ............................... 12 Public tap/standpipe .................................. 13 Tube-well/borehole ........................................ 21 Dug well Protected well ............................................ 31 Unprotected well ........................................ 32 Water from spring Protected spring ........................................ 41 Unprotected spring .................................... 42 Rainwater collection ...................................... 51 Vendors Tanker-truck .............................................. 61 Cart with small tank/drum/buckets ............ 71 Power tiller with small tank/drum/buckets ..................................... 72 Surface water (river, stream, dam, lake, pond, canal, irrigation channel) ................. 81 Bottled water ................................................. 91 Other (specify) _______________________96 No answer or DK ........................................... 99 Private bathroom ............................................. 1 Other’s bathroom............................................. 2 Open air ........................................................... 3 At the stream, river, lake ................................. 4 Other (specify) ________________________5

WS22.

HOW DO YOU DISPOSE OF WATER, WHICH HAS BEEN USED FOR COOKING, WASHING DISHES, DOING LAUNDRY AND BATHING?

Piped into soak-away ...................................... 1 Piped into storm drain ..................................... 2 Piped onto street surface or empty space ...... 3 Piped directly to garden .................................. 4 Throw onto street surface or empty space ...... 5 Carry to garden ............................................... 6 Other (specify) ________________________8 Yes………………………………………………1 No………………………………………………..2

SANITATION

WS 23 A. DO YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS USE TOILET?

SW1

WS23B. WHAT KIND OF TOILET FACILITY DOES YOUR HOUSEHOLD USE?

If “flush” or “pour flush,” probe:
WHERE DOES IT FLUSH TO?

Modern latrine with septic tank...................... 11 Pour flush latrine with septic tank.................. 12 Pour flush latrine with no septic tank............. 13 Pit latrine with slab ........................................ 21 Pit latrine without slab/open pit ..................... 22 No facilities or bush or field ........................... 23 23 SW1A Other (specify) _______________________96 96 WS24A No facilities but use public or others’ facilities97 97 WS28

If necessary, ask permission to observe the facility.

WS23C. HOW DO YOU EMPTY YOUR PIT LATRINES?

WS24A. IS THIS FACILITY LOCATED WITHIN YOUR DWELLING, YARD, OR COMPOUND? WS24B. HOW FAR OUTSIDE THE DWELLING, YARD, OR COMPOUND IS THIS?

WS24C. HOW FAR FROM THE WELL WS25. DO CHILDREN UNDER 5 USE THIS SANITATION FACILITY? WS26. WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE STOOLS OF CHILDREN UNDER 5 WHEN THEY DO NOT USE THE SANITATION FACILITY?

Manually .......................................................... 1 Commercial Exhauster .................................... 2 Abandone ........................................................ 3 DK ................................................................... 4 Other (specify) ________________________5 Yes, inside dwelling/yard/compound ............... 1 No, outside dwelling/yard/compound .............. 2 Less than 20 metres ........................................ 1 20-50 metres ................................................... 2 50-100 metres ................................................. 3 More than 100 metres ..................................... 4 Less than 30 metres or on the water source... 1 More than 30 metres ....................................... 2 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 NA, no children under 5 .................................. 3 Thrown into the latrine ..................................... 1 Thrown outside in the yard .............................. 2 Buried outside in the yard ............................... 3 Not disposed of or left on the ground .............. 4 Other (specify) ________________________5

1 WS25

1 WS27 1 WS26 3 WS27

SEWAGE TREATMENT

WS27. WHAT TYPE OF SEWAGE TREATMENT METHOD DOES THIS HOUSEHOLD USE?
A SEPTIC SYSTEM HAS A SEALED TANK WITH EFFLUENT TO SOME KIND OF SOAK-AWAY.

Soak-away (seepage pit, unlined pit) .............. 1 Cesspit (sealed tank, no effluent).................... 2 Septic system .................................................. 3 Other (specify) ________________________4

Read out the responses. One answer only. WS28. IS THERE ANY VISIBLE EFFLUENT BEING
DISCHARGED FROM YOUR SANITATION FACILITY?

Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2

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WS29. DOES YOUR SANITATION FACILITY CAUSE
ANY PROBLEMS FOR YOU OR YOUR NEIGHBOURS?

Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Pooled sewage around the house................... 1 Odors from the facilities are unpleasant to residents ...................................................... 2 Both pooled sewage and odors....................... 3

2 SW1A

WS30.

WHAT SPECIFIC PROBLEMS ARE CAUSED BY YOUR SANITATION FACILITY?

Read out the responses. One answer only. SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SW1A. HOW DOES THIS HOUSEHOLD PRIMARILY
DISPOSE OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE THAT IS NOT COMPOSTED, RECYCLED, OR FED TO THE ANIMALS?

SW Collected by local government/authority ......... 1 Collected by community association ............... 2 Collected by private company ......................... 3 Dumped in the compound ............................... 4 Dumped in the street/vacant plot/drain ........... 5 Burnt in the open ............................................. 6 Buried .............................................................. 7 Other (specify) _______________________ 8 …………times/week ………….times/month

SW1B. HOW OFTEN IS WASTE COLLECTED? SW2. ESTIMATE THE AMOUNT OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE YOU DISPOSE OF EACH DAY (INCLUDE FOOD WASTE, PLASTICS, PAPER, TINS). [Estimate volume in terms of plastic bag and covert to kg] SW3A. . DOES YOUR HOUSEHOLD CURRENTLY PAY FOR THE REMOVAL OF SOLID WASTE / RUBBISH / GARBAGE? SW3B. AVERAGE MONTHLY FEE FOR SOLID WASTE COLLECTION? SW4. WOULD YOUR HOUSEHOLD WILLING TO PAY FOR SOLID WASTE COLLECTION? SW5. HOW MUCH ARE YOU WILLING TO PAY FOR MONTHLY COLLECTION? SW6A. DO YOU RECYCLE SOLID WASTE?

No. of plastic bag each time .......... __ __ .__ __

Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Amount in Riels………………….. DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Amount in Riels………………….. DK ................................................................... 9 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Food waste (composting) ................................ 1 Food waste (feed to animals ........................... 2 Plastic bags ..................................................... 3 Plastic (water bottles, containers) ................... 4 Paper items ..................................................... 5 Cardboards...................................................... 6 Textile .............................................................. 7 Tins .................................................................. 8 Garden waste .................................................. 9 Wood/charcoal .............................................. 10 Other (specify) _______________________99 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2

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2 SW6C

SW6B. PLEASE IDENTIFY THE TYPES OF ITEMS THAT YOU RECYCLE.

Circle all that apply.

SW6C. DO RECYCLING GROUPS/COMPANIES
COLLECT ANY OF YOUR WASTE FOR

2 SW7

RECYCLING? SW6D. WHAT TYPE OF WASTE DO THEY COLLECT?

Circle all that apply.

Food waste (composting) ................................ 1 Food waste (feed to animals ........................... 2 Plastic bags ..................................................... 3 Plastic (water bottles, containers) ................... 4 Paper items ..................................................... 5 Cardboards...................................................... 6 Textile .............................................................. 7 Tins .................................................................. 8 Garden waste .................................................. 9 Wood/charcoal .............................................. 10 Other (specify) _______________________99 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Yes .................................................................. 1 No .................................................................... 2 Yes, lots of litter visible .................................... 1 Yes, some paper and plastic bags .................. 2 No litter visible ................................................. 3 Yes………………………………………………..1 No…………………………………………………2 How many time…………………………. Amount spent……………………………Riel Yes………………………………………………..1 No…………………………………………………2

SW7. DOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD HAVE SMOKE, GAS, OR BAD SMELLS ASSOCIATED WITH BURNING RUBBISH? SW8. ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE POSSIBLE
HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF BREATHING THE SMOKE AND POLLUTED AIR?

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SW9. OBSERVATION: DOES THE FRONT OF THE 2 HOUSE WITHIN AN AREA OF 100M HAVE A LITTER PROBLEM? HEALTH H1. HAVE YOU OR YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS SUFFERED FROM WATER-BORNE DISEASES SUCH AS DIARRHOEA, DENGUE? H2. FREQUENCY OF ILLNESS PER PERSON PER YEAR? H3. HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU SPEND ON TREATMENT OF ILLNESS PER YEAR? H4. DID YOUR FAMILY GET ANY HEALTH AWARENESS RAISING?

2 SW9

Date: Signature of intherviewer

Date: Signature of supervisor

List of Enumerators for data collection on water and sanitation indicators
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pov Sinath Ty Kamsan Ty Vesna Kum Cheiy Bun Thorn Mao Soeun Ourn Sam Ol So Danavy Meiy Touch Ouk San Sok Sopheap Khhurn Eart Som Sy Em Dy Bun Leang Name F M M M M M F F F M F M F M Sex Function in the Group Survey Monitor survey data Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Monitor Surveyor Village, Sangkat to be surveyed Sangkat Kampong Kandal Sovan Sakor village Sovan Sakor village Sovan Sakor village Sovan Sakor village Sangkat Krang Ampil Krang village Karang village Karang village Svay Thom Village Svay Thom Village Sangkat Kampong Bay Sangkat Kampong Bay Kampong Bay Khang Cheung Number HH to be surveyed 158 40 40 39 39 186 38 37 37 37 37 112 112 42 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Number of days to be surveyed

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Sem Sarath Pen Ratha Sin Hak Toem Kea Ty Chun Srey Touch Yoy Sareth Kheng Sokhon Hem Saren Koim Bunny Ok Chheun Koim Bun Ma Dol Long Sok Heang Veasna Hang Sean So Chhom

M M M M F M F M M M M M M M M M

Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor

Kampong Bay Khang Cheung Kampong Bay Khang Cheung Kampong Bay Khang Tboung Kampong Bay Khang Tboung Kampong Bay Khang Tboung Sangkat Ondong Khmer Sangkat Ondong Khmer Tvy Khang Cherng Tvey Khang Cherng Tvy Khang Cherng Tvy Khang Tboung Tvy Khang Tboung Tvy Khang Tboung Or Touch Or Touch Ondong Khmer

43 42 32 32 32 210 209 33 33 33 38 38 37 43 42 28

9 9 7 7 7

7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 6

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Em Kimsophorn Ou Sakhon Long Thy Nek Ser Ser Mert Pen Sophearith Ung Kea Som Sorn Mea Bunchhoeurn Thorng Chhel Bou Ery Plov Pon Sun Chy Hang Kuyngin Mei Yoeurn Hong Horng

M M M M M M M F M M M M M M M M

Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor

Ondong Khmer Ta Deb Ta Deb Sangkat Treuy Koh Daun Toak Daun Toak Ta Ang Sre Sre Tropang Thom Commune Tropang Chrey Krang Tropang Thom Svay Thom Chun Kreal Commune Tropang Thom

28 33 33 178 31 31 46 33 33 110 27 25 28 30 158 26

6 7 7

6 6 9 7 7

6 5 6 6

5

47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

Sor Veasna Touch Bunleang Un Sokdany Pronh Chhun Tet Nan Mam Lida Ouch Thorn Sot Soeurn Keng Puthrea Pheang Phanith Koy Vanthy

M M M M M M M M M M F

Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Monitor Surveyor Surveyor Surveyor

Tropang Thom Chum Kreal Chum Kreal Samrong Kampong Kreng Commune Prey Thnot Kampong Kreng Mak Prang Commune Snom Prampi Snom Prampi Snom Prampi

25 36 35 36 79 29 50 120 40 40 40

5 7 7 7

6 10

8 8 8

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