As development in Cambodia continues apace, these Khmer Loeu indigenous groups face existential challenges to their way of life, as the forests they have depended on for centuries are decimated by agricultural and urban expansion.
In 2014, ISIS militants kidnapped hundred of Yazidi girls from the village of Kocho in Iraq. They sold, raped and abused them. This short film captures the pain and the stories of the girls in water color paintings. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.