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 August 20, 2015 - Pis Village - Omlaing (Cambodia). Ms. Pheun Ra (40) in front of her house. In 2010 she was evicted and forced to move with her family in the resettlement village and was given a small plot of land (40x50m) to farm. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom for OXFAM Australia
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
 January 16, 2013 - Srei Ambel (Cambodia). N. T. at just 9 years old, helps his parents counting and making bunches with the sugar canes. He's from Bang Village - about 2 hours drive away from the plantations, where he lives with his other 2 brothers. His family decided to start working in the plantations as they suffered a very strong drought and they are not able to cultivate their lands. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
 August 19, 2015 - Pis Village - Omlaing (Cambodia). Villagers from Pis Village at work in the plantation. During raining season, workers are paid less than 3 USD a day to clean and fertilize the sugar canes. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom for OXFAM Australia
 August 19, 2015 - Pis Village - Omlaing (Cambodia). Ms. Yan Sophea (37) together one of her sons - Heng Iyhour (7). In 2010 she was evicted and forced to relocate with her family in Pis village. Nowadays she shares a plot of land with her mother and runs a small shop. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom for OXFAM Australia
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
 August 20, 2015 - Pis Village - Omlaing (Cambodia). Mr. Vaen Mak (57) overlooks Pis village. His family lost 3.5 hectares of land when the company evicted them to build the plantation. The family now owns a small plot a land (40x50m) close to the mountain. The land was full of rocks and It took Mr. Vaen Mak almost 4 years to make it farmable. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom for OXFAM Australia
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
 October 1, 2014 - Phnom Penh (Cambodia). Villagers evicted by Phnom Penh Sugar in Kampong Speu protest in front of the headquarters of ANZ Royal in Phnom Penh. Using fake blood and forcing the bank to close, villagers are seeking the group to take responsibility for their action and request compensation for the eviction. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom
 September 30, 2014 - Phnom Penh (Cambodia). Demonstrators in front of the headquarters of the ANZ Royal bank protest the funding by ANZ Royal to Phnom Penh Sugar who are involved in an ongoing land dispute in Kampong Speu. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
 January 15, 2013 - Srei Ambel (Cambodia). K. K. (13) hugs his litle sister after a day working in the sugar cane plantations. Chhoyk village, Srei Ambel district, Koh Kong, Cambodia. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
Blood Sugar: The life in the Cambodian sugar cane plantations
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