Analyzes how a water from developing country Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) becomes one of the most successful water utilities of the developing world. Provides a brief background of social, economic and political conditions of Cambodia. Examines the comprehensive documentation and analysis of PPWSA’s performance from 1959-2019. Analyzes four domain (4-D) framework for analysis of urban water utility, including physical, operational, financial, and institutional domain. Assesses the challenges that PPWSA is likely to face in the coming years. Discusses the lessons that water utilities from cities of the developing world can learn.
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