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

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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA. Workers at the Anlong Pi dump arrive daily during the early hours of the morning to start digging for recyclable material that they will later sell for just a few dollars in order to make a living. Only a few kilometers away from the famous Angkor Wat temple, almost 300 people work every day for more than ten hours collecting metal, plastic and copper. Many of them live in small villages around the dump; every day, they ride their bicycles to Anlong Pi where they try to make a living from the tons of waste in the landfill.  Photo: ©Omar Havana
SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA. Workers at the Anlong Pi dump arrive daily during the early hours of the morning to start digging for recyclable material that they will later sell for just a few dollars in order to make a living. Only a few kilometers away from the famous Angkor Wat temple, almost 300 people work every day for more than ten hours collecting metal, plastic and copper. Many of them live in small villages around the dump; every day, they ride their bicycles to Anlong Pi where they try to...
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