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

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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA.  A young scavenger of the Anlong Pi dump poses to show the typical Khmer scarf called “krama” that they use to protect themselves from breathing in the toxic smoke. As a result of this new burning, which did not take place two years ago, the air that Anlong Pi residents breathe every day has become increasingly dangerous for the health of the more than three hundred people who are still working there daily. Photo: ©Omar Havana
SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA. A young scavenger of the Anlong Pi dump poses to show the typical Khmer scarf called “krama” that they use to protect themselves from breathing in the toxic smoke. As a result of this new burning, which did not take place two years ago, the air that Anlong Pi residents breathe every day has become increasingly dangerous for the health of the more than three hundred people who are still working there daily. Photo: ©Omar Havana
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