Cambodian Children's Fund

Children find refuge from the stench and squalor of life in Phnom Penh's dump.

Cambodian Children's Fund

Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
Cambodian Children's Fund
The Steung Meanchey garbage dump site in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, spans eight football fields. The stench of the 100-feet-deep dump carries for miles in the humidity. It is where the poorest of Cambodia's poor eke out a living, collecting scraps of glass and metal, which they then sell for less than a dollar a day. (Margaret Conley/ABC)
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