“Living in the Angkor Hell”. Anlong Pi, Siem Reap. Cambodia. 2010-2013Photography: ©Omar Havana

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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA.  One of the men that work in the Anlong Pi dumps takes a nap during the hottest hour of the day at his home in the landfill. Hundreds of people work every day in the rubbish dumps situated near the famous temples of Angkor. Dozens of families live day and night under improvised plastic shelters using the hammocks as beds where they rest before continuing their search for plastic, metal and copper. Photo: ©Omar Havana
SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA. One of the men that work in the Anlong Pi dumps takes a nap during the hottest hour of the day at his home in the landfill. Hundreds of people work every day in the rubbish dumps situated near the famous temples of Angkor. Dozens of families live day and night under improvised plastic shelters using the hammocks as beds where they rest before continuing their search for plastic, metal and copper. Photo: ©Omar Havana
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