Fisheries play an important economic and social role in many parts of Cambodia, contributing to food and nutrition security. But many young people in fishing families no longer want to carry on their families’ traditional way of life.
The Phou Phanang forest in Lao PDR, in Nahoi village not far from Vientiane, is crucial to local livelihoods and is home to gibbons and elephants. Young people are joining local communities to raise awareness and restore the Phou Phanang forest.
Learn about the experiences of student volunteers in Vietnam from the story of Le Trong Thang, a student from Can Tho University who is actively working with local people in the Mekong Delta.