This low-lying country is extremely vulnerable to climate disasters and hosts a large number of refugees from neighbouring countries.
The impressive economic growth in Cambodia in recent years has had little impact on the most vulnerable people.
Many Cambodians have lived close to the poverty line for decades and now face a significant decline in their quality of life because of deforestation and climate change.
Cambodia is highly vulnerable to natural disasters, with regular monsoon flooding and localised droughts. Limited and unequal access to education and health services and low investment in public infrastructure, have also had an effect on access to food.