Children in line to receive food from the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, in a near by slum, of Kep Province, South West of Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children in barques, slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Nude children and their fathers in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A child crying in the arms of his brother in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A child right outside “La Maison des Anges” which is run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children sleeping at the orphanage “ La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 The Chams, a Muslim community in the village´s school during an inauguration, welcoming The NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”. The two French NGOs put together a watering system for the whole village to share, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, carrying flowers during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, in line to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham children, a Muslim community, holding a red ribbon to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children after receiving food and water. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the near by areas of Kampot, Kep and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children recieving food by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act. The two NGOs deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Families standing on the side while watching the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act serving food to their community. The two NGos deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 An elderly woman being thankful. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A man with his children & wife in front of his house showing his left leg who had been shot by the Khmer Rouge, Slums of Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A man living daily with a broken leg, in one of the slums of Siem Reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A 44 years old woman with Leukemia unable to afford treatment being examined by a Spanish doctor in one of the villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A boy and his father working in front of their home.  Cham village, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 A group of men inside in their home.  A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham men right outside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Cham men inside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Siem-reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Muslim community outside a mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz in a nearby slum of Siem Reap, Cambodia, October 2017.
       
     
 A Buddhist orphanage. Due to a high percentage of orphans in Cambodia, a Buddhist temple takes in many children from the streets and offers education through the teaching of Buddhism. Many end up staying through adulthood. Approximately 97% of Cambodia's population follows Theravada Buddhism with Islam, Christianity, and tribal animism making up the bulk of the remainder. Siem-Reap, Cambodia / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 The prince of Cambodia, Norodom Sirivudh , inaugurating “La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     
 Children in line to receive food from the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, in a near by slum, of Kep Province, South West of Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children in line to receive food from the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, in a near by slum, of Kep Province, South West of Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children in barques, slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children in barques, slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Nude children and their fathers in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Nude children and their fathers in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A child crying in the arms of his brother in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A child crying in the arms of his brother in the slums of Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A child right outside “La Maison des Anges” which is run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A child right outside “La Maison des Anges” which is run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children sleeping at the orphanage “ La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children sleeping at the orphanage “ La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 The Chams, a Muslim community in the village´s school during an inauguration, welcoming The NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”. The two French NGOs put together a watering system for the whole village to share, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

The Chams, a Muslim community in the village´s school during an inauguration, welcoming The NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”. The two French NGOs put together a watering system for the whole village to share, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, attending an inauguration in the schoolyard of their village. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children in line during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system, filling up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, carrying flowers during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, carrying flowers during an inauguration in their schoolyard. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, in line to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, in line to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham children, a Muslim community, holding a red ribbon to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham children, a Muslim community, holding a red ribbon to inaugurate a watering system. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act” put together a water tank system up to 5000 liters for the whole village to share, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children after receiving food and water. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the near by areas of Kampot, Kep and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children after receiving food and water. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the near by areas of Kampot, Kep and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children recieving food by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act. The two NGOs deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children recieving food by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act. The two NGOs deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Children in line for food. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Families standing on the side while watching the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act serving food to their community. The two NGos deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Families standing on the side while watching the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act serving food to their community. The two NGos deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 An elderly woman being thankful. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

An elderly woman being thankful. The French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act deliver 7000 meals monthly in the slums and villages in the nearby areas of Kampot, Kep, and Siem -Reap. A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A man with his children & wife in front of his house showing his left leg who had been shot by the Khmer Rouge, Slums of Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A man with his children & wife in front of his house showing his left leg who had been shot by the Khmer Rouge, Slums of Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A man living daily with a broken leg, in one of the slums of Siem Reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A man living daily with a broken leg, in one of the slums of Siem Reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A 44 years old woman with Leukemia unable to afford treatment being examined by a Spanish doctor in one of the villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A 44 years old woman with Leukemia unable to afford treatment being examined by a Spanish doctor in one of the villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A boy and his father working in front of their home.  Cham village, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A boy and his father working in front of their home.  Cham village, Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 A group of men inside in their home.  A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A group of men inside in their home.  A village in Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham men right outside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham men right outside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Kampot, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Cham men inside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Siem-reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

Cham men inside the village mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. Siem-reap, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 Muslim community outside a mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz in a nearby slum of Siem Reap, Cambodia, October 2017.
       
     

Muslim community outside a mosque. The Chams (also called Khmer Islam) is a minority in Cambodia. The Pew Research Center estimated that 1.6% of the population or 236,000 people were Muslims. The Chams have their own mosques, in 1962 there were about 100 mosques in the country. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz in a nearby slum of Siem Reap, Cambodia, October 2017.

 A Buddhist orphanage. Due to a high percentage of orphans in Cambodia, a Buddhist temple takes in many children from the streets and offers education through the teaching of Buddhism. Many end up staying through adulthood. Approximately 97% of Cambodia's population follows Theravada Buddhism with Islam, Christianity, and tribal animism making up the bulk of the remainder. Siem-Reap, Cambodia / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

A Buddhist orphanage. Due to a high percentage of orphans in Cambodia, a Buddhist temple takes in many children from the streets and offers education through the teaching of Buddhism. Many end up staying through adulthood. Approximately 97% of Cambodia's population follows Theravada Buddhism with Islam, Christianity, and tribal animism making up the bulk of the remainder. Siem-Reap, Cambodia / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

The Cambodian police surrounding the area of the orphanage “La Maison des Anges”run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.

 The prince of Cambodia, Norodom Sirivudh , inaugurating “La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.
       
     

The prince of Cambodia, Norodom Sirivudh , inaugurating “La Maison des Anges” run by the French NGOs “Un Geste Pour Tous” and “Coeur et Act”, Kep Province, Cambodia. / All rights reserved © Clément Martz.