Cambodians impacted by Covid-19 turn to small plots of land to survive

When Covid-19 choked off the tourism that throttles Cambodia’s temple town of Siem Reap, Mr Yu Thy and his wife lost their gardening jobs and headed home to grow something different.

They have not looked back.

For the switch from hotel gardeners to vegetable farmers has been a rare sliver of good fortune forced on them by a pandemic that has killed almost 400 Cambodians.

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