Vera Sytch photography
Monk in a village templeKhmer child at the top of the stairsSeller in Russian Market, Phnom Penh Villager in his home getting coffeeTuk-tuk by Mekong River ferry landingKhmer girl in classroomWoman by temple, Angkor WatFruit seller, Phnom PenhVillager on hammock with girlVillager pushing bicycle loaded with woodWomen with bikes and babyKhmer mother with childWoman in her home at mango tree villageTwo Khmer workersToddler in his village home, which doubles as a shopKhmer boy washing dishesSiem Reap trafficA child of the dumpBoy carrying sister in handlebar basket
Cambodia is still feeling after effects of the massive genocide carried out by the Khmer Rouge in 1975-1979 when the country lost a quarter to one-third of its population at the hands of the Communists. Today about one-third of the population is under 15 years of age.

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