UNDP is supporting a tree planting project in Prey Veng. Van Lyna, 6, plants a small tree during 'Green Day' which will result on the plantation of a total of 500 trees in Prey Veng.
Peam Krosaop mangrove conservation area, an ecological local project, is located just a few minutes from Koh Kong town.
Fishermen Heng Diep, 68, poses for a photograph at Koh Kapi, a village in Koh Kong that has been recently affected by floods.
A landscape of new pine plantations that are affecting the forests in Mondulkiri province.
Illegal loggers cut wood at O'Chbar stream in Srey Huy commune, Chhuol village, Koh Nhiek district in Mondulkiri.
Yalas, 43, cleans mangrove-snail at Beung Kachang Commune in Koh Kong, an area that has been heavily affected by flooding water in the last years.
Fishermen Som Eoun, 20, uses the traditional fish net to catch more fish as the Mekong river levels are very low at O-Roun Village; O-Svey Commune; Stung Treng Province.
A landscape of the isolated forests in Mondulkiri province.
A group of kids are riding a bicycle at Gati village, a developing area in Sre Preah Commune, Keo Seima district in Mondulkiri.
Som Phet, 10, plays at a tree's root at O-Roun Village; O-Svey Commune; Stung Treng Province. The Mekong river is very low at the end of the dry season and many trees are dying as a consequence of droughtness.
May, 3, plays with an umbrella at the bamboo bridge of Beung Kachang Commune in Koh Kong that has been heavily affected by flooding water in the last years.
From left to right, Nouv Bun, 62, Kim Ngouch, 55, and Lim Pheng, 47, are sitting on a rice field in Kampong Thom in some of the areas supported by Oxfam America.
Peam Krosaop mangrove conservation area is located just a few minutes from Koh Kong town.
Svay Rieng province: Kampong Rou district, Thnort commune, Thlork Thmey village. The village is located at border with Vietnam: drought and flood on the paddy fields are abundant.
UNDP is supporting a tree planting project in Prey Veng . Monk Yoin Chivoin, 17, observes how some school children planting trees on 'Green Day' which will result on the plantation of a total of 500 trees.
Andoung Kraloeng village, Sen Monorom commune and Pu Antreng village of Dak Dam commune.
Monk Tha, 10, runs to the dried Mekong River at Preh Nengkorl District, Thala Communce, Stung Treng Province.
Prek Torn Horn flood controlling dike was renovated and additional construction of water gate to protect seas water in 2008 by the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology.
Kum Sarom, 30, is collecting mules (locally known as Chi Keung) in Prek Krues village. Chi Keung is used to feed their hundred duck at home daily.