Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia, December 2014. Women's Fish Processing Groups in floating villages. ► Livelihoods in floating communities on the Tonle Sap are dependent on fisheries. Fishing and fish processing are the main sources of income. Options for livelihood diversification in these communities are limited. Fish processing led by women is one important livelihood. SUBSCRIBE & Get more videos: http://bit.ly/2oNs9OA FILMING & EDITING http://www.dominiquetardy.com © Fintrac / Conservation International Cambodia http://www.fintrac.com http://www.conservation.org Jump to the Following: 01:00 Presentation of the Project 01:55 Fish Processing 03:22 Smoke stove 05:10 Marketing Group 06:32 Trade Fair in Phnom Penh 07:53 Green Garden Shop 08:51 Savings Group 11:34 Conclusion KHMER VERSION OF THE FILM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6ZDtiMgaEo LET'S CONNECT! Facebook ► http://facebook.com/DominiqueTardyFilmConsultant/
Nature Is Speaking
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