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A relatively small number of people in Cambodia see fi sh as income only. Fish as an extractive resource, caught and traded in the market for cash, disproportionately benefit only a minority of Cambodia’s wealthy elite. To most
Cambodians fi sh are food and income. Fish are also culture. Fish, combined with rice and vegetables, provide essential nutrition, and ultimately survival for Cambodia’s rural poor (McKenney & Prom, 2002). Continue Reading