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SOURCE: Kohler Co.
For residents of the remote Cambodian village of Roka, the dry season means annual water shortages and the rainy season means flooded, impassable roadways. Even during the rainy season, the bountiful water supply isn't safe for drinking and cooking.
Kohler Asia Pacific worked with the Shinta Mani Foundation to bring clean water to Roka with the KOHLER Clarity water filtration system. Read the full story and watch the video on Kohler's DesignFul blog.
KEYWORDS: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives, Health & Healthcare, Kohler Co.
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