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From farmer to entrepreneur

Two years ago, Habitat for Humanity started working in a community in Northern Bangladesh to improve water, sanitation and hygiene practices amongst households. This included training to construct toilet facilities to a safer…

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Sophany’s story

Sophany is a 31-year-old taxi driver living in Phnom Penh with his wife and daughter. He only earns about $3 - $6 AUD a day and tries to supplement his income by taking…

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Zakir’s story

Fechia is a remote community located in Northern Bangladesh. With a lack of knowledge on proper water, sanitation and hygiene practices, open defecation was a widespread issue in the community.

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