For rural farmers, the influence of village leaders must never be underestimated. In Cambodia, when only 29% of the population has a latrine, mass change is hard to imagine when too many village chiefs, schools, and health centers don't have latrines themselves.
Telling the story of village chief, Sok Chamreoun, we show an inspiring story of a man who believed his village would be significantly healthier if everyone had a latrine, so much so that he worked with other village leaders and families to make buying toilets a community priority. Three months after he began his movement, 100% of the families in his village had their own latrine.
Special thanks to New York based director from Humble, Sam Stephens, as well as Miguel Drake-McLaughlin, Todd Brown, and 391 Productions.