Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The River

Blaine and I are home now, but I still wanted to finish out sharing the trip with you all. The next photos were taken on a portion of the Mekong River in Cambodia. This little floating village is made up of mostly Vietnamese refugees who don't belong to any country. They are hated by the Cambodians and their own country men. Most of the children that Remember Nhu has taken in have come from this area. 70% of the girls from age 3-20 are sold into the sex trade.

1 comment:

Jamie said...

Welcome home, and what a month! The photos are amazing and I'm sure you have so many stories to tell from your experiences. As always, thanks for sharing :)