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Livelihood of Villagers Along Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake Threatenedi
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Say Mony
October 10, 2012 8:45 PM
Villagers on Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, who depend on fishing for subsistence, say their livelihoods are threatened by illegal commercial fishing, which continues after a government ban. And they say authorities in charge of enforcing the ban are being bribed to look the other way. More in this report from Say Mony of VOA’s Khmer Service -- narrated by Wayne Bowman.

Livelihood of Villagers Along Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake Threatened

Say Mony

Published October 10, 2012

Villagers on Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, who depend on fishing for subsistence, say their livelihoods are threatened by illegal commercial fishing, which continues after a government ban. And they say authorities in charge of enforcing the ban are being bribed to look the other way. More in this report from Say Mony of VOA’s Khmer Service -- narrated by Wayne Bowman.


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