Cambodia’s fisheries—some of the most diverse and expansive freshwater fisheries in the world—are under pressure from both population growth and rising demand for fish. As the need to protect these vital fisheries grows stronger, I meet one small-scale fisher who’s working to conserve fish stocks and combat illegal fishing in his rural village.
WorldFish’s recipe for Khmer small fish, bean and vegetable stew (samlor kako) – a nutritious and healthy one-pot dish made from common Cambodian ingredients – has won best savory recipe in Feed the Future’s 2016 global contest for the best bean recipes.
In conversations about fisheries and aquaculture in developing countries, the topic of religion seems an unlikely fit.
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