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    Cambodia Dump

    A mother carries her daughter, who can't walk due to diseased feet, as another child who lives in the Stung Meanchey dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia looks on.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A woman gathers and stacks cardboard from the trash piles in the Stung Meanchey dump. Flies and maggots are a constant companion. She will sell her bundled piles for as little as 75 cents for the days work.

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    Cambodia Dump

    Many children, some of which are orphans, are taken into the active child sex trade in the region.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A group of scavengers rush to a dump truck as it lowers the trailer to reveal a fresh load of garbage.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A young girl uses a metal pick to seperate the garbage as she rummages through for anything of value. 2000 people call this dump thier home, on whom 600 are children.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A girl covers her head to block the methane and smoke coming from the trash fires in the dump.

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    Cambodia Dump

    Three young residents walk along a make-shift road at the Stung Meanchey dump. Many children don't have shoes and need to beware of broken glass and other sharp objects on the ground.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A girl perspires as the humid smoke filled air surrounds her while she scavengers for anything of value.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A young girl hangs out in the make-shift shelter called home, located on the dump grounds.

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    Cambodia Dump

    A woman cries as a pastor prays with her needs at the Stung Meanchey dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia .

Cambodia: Lives in Waste

Over 2,000 people call the Stung Meanchey Dump in Phnom Penh Cambodia home. The residents sift through trash seven days a week, looking for anything of value to sell as a means of survival. To donate or learn more about Joyce Meyer's "Hand of Hope: Ministry division, go to: https://www.joycemeyer.org/handofhope