Take a look for yourself and listen to the voices of villagers on their views of the land.
|Amlee talks about their
|Amleuam talks about
his rights with the land.
|Amnote expresses the
importance of protecting
the land for future generations.
|Amphan describes how everything comes from
|Amphone talks about using the land to grow his crops.||Amsong talks about how people are still hunting animals improperly.|
|Bot talks about how land conflicts has decreased in their village.||Bouat talks about their need of a water filter.||Chouvanh’s views on being productive with the land.|
|Khamleuang talks about the market for their crops.||Khamon about the crops from the land.||Khampa talks about the various designated types of forest near his village.|
|Malee’s views on the importance of protecting the land.||Manivanh talks about the importance of understanding nature.||Mon describes their traditional ceremonies for
|Nalee’s views on the understanding of their land rights.||Preeah talks about how dependent they are on the land.||Somboun would like others to join him in learning more about their rights.|
|Thak would like to learn more about laws pertaining to land conflicts.||Yeun states that she is happy to participate in the useful project activities.|
|An Introduction to VFI||Land Is Life||Our Work in Laos|
|Water in Cambodia||Bunong Community Center||A School in a Cambodian Slum|
|The Amazon of Asia||Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia|