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Cambodian History

Cambodia borders Thailand to its west and northwest, Laos to its northeast, and Vietnam to its east and southeast. In the south it faces the Gulf of Thailand. The geography of Cambodia is dominated by the Mekong river (colloquial Khmer: Tonle Thom or "the great river") and the Tonlé Sap ("the fresh water lake"), an important source of fish. Much of Cambodia sits near sea level, and consequently the Tonle Sap River reverses its water flow in the wet season, carrying water from the Mekong back into the Tonlé Sap Lake and surrounding flood plain.

Cambodia's main industries are garments and tourism. In 2006, foreign visitors had surpassed the 1.7 million mark. In 2005, oil and natural gas deposits were found beneath Cambodia's territorial water, and once commercial extraction begins in 2009 or early 2010, the oil revenues could profoundly affect Cambodia's economy. More ...

Sex Trafficking

Every year, over one million people will be trafficked globally for the purpose of sex, labor, and soldier slavery. A multi-billion dollar industry is involved in the trading of human lives for money. In the 21st Century, for slavery to exist, is a strong indictment against humanity to take action.

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Transitions Cambodia

What do you do when you have spent the last two years making a dent in child sex trafficking? A good friend of mine, Trevor, once asked, "how will you top this?" After working for with sexually trafficked and exploited Cambodian and Vietnamese girls, this seemed to be a fair question. One that I am in the process of trying to figure out. More ...
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