Lien AID, aims to help more than 200,000 direct beneficiaries in rural Cambodia, China and Vietnam gain access to water and sanitation by the end of this year, doubling the direct beneficiary count from 2013.
Securing four new collaborations with the UN children’s agency, UNICEF, international NGOs such as the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, as well as corporations such as environmental engineering company, United Envirotech, further strengthens Lien AID’s mission to expand its programmes in scale and locations in order to alleviate health issues surrounding the lack of access to clean water and sanitation.
“We are excited to be inking new and strong partnerships with international foundations and corporations who believe in our vision to help improve access to water and sanitation – the very basics of wellbeing – to poor communities in the region,” said Koh Lian Hock, CEO of Lien AID.
“Having new partners onboard would mean that we are able to synergize the strengths of our partners who come from various sectors including global development partners, private corporations, governments and NGOs, and we are able to deploy solutions to those in need in a more cost and time effective manner,” added Koh.
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