Resilient animal raising does matter
Amid loud clucks and quacks, Ms. Sun Pon happily feeds her chickens and ducks. Poised with a grin reaching from ear-to-ear, the 53-year-old widow rises each morning to tend the coop behind her home in Lhong Village, Sronal Commune, Kralanh district. Meanwhile, her son is feeding their frogs, which they raise in car tires closely surrounded by wire netting. The roof to the frog habitat is made from green recycled plastic and old palm leaves, and helps to protect the frogs from the hot Cambodian sun.