We cannot find published data on the average daily water consumption per person in Pu Ngaol village. However, we have summarised some facts about the Pu Ngaol village in the design brief that can support you in making your assumptions. For example, in the ‘Introduction to Cambodia context‘ section, we have reported the number of households and various water sources. It is also helpful if you list down the activities that can contribute to water usage, considering what you learned about the lifestyle of the villagers.
This open-access journal seems like a good reference as the authors conducted a survey of household water use in one of the rural communities in Cambodia.
I hope this helps.
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