Transforming Lives

Live reef fishermen in Timor-Leste head out for their daily catch. About 15 million people in the Asia-Pacific’s Coral Triangle

Asia-Pacific nations that ring the pristine Coral Triangle are beginning to pool their ideas and strengthen their collective commitment to protect a delicate regional fish trade sustainably.

Prof. Bunleng Se discusses climate change with professors from Asia-Pacific region

There’s been a change of climate in Cambodian classrooms—brought about by the first climate change course curriculum taught in the country’s universities. With support from USAID, students can now study the impact changing climate will have on Cambodia and the region.

Migrant workers and families borrow bednets while working at a rubber plantation in Battambang province.

In rural Cambodia, Si Dara’s employee health coverage starts with nets covering beds. Each seasonal worker on Dara’s farm gets an insecticide-treated netan effective way to keep biting mosquitoes from spreading malaria among her workers.


Last updated: June 17, 2014

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