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Grandmother and baby in hammock. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save n Wildlife). These people have to endure the inconvenience of daily flooding around their homes, Cambodia.
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Grandmother and baby in hammock. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save n Wildlife). These people have to endure the inconvenience of daily flooding around their homes, Cambodia. stock photo

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Extended family in a village which is often flooded. Don Tok village, Kampot, lies beside a river estuary and is often flooded by sea water, a consequence of climate change during the last few years. CRS is studying the problem through its partner agency, SCW (Save n Wildlife). These people have to endure the inconvenience of daily flooding around their homes, Cambodia. stock photo
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