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TV video documentary Aquatic plants grown in sewage

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Uploaded on Jan 13, 2009

Cambodias capital Phnom Penh enjoys a beautiful setting on the Mekong. The river provides both transport and income for the citys one million population. Now another, unlikely, stretch of water - Beung Cheung Ek Lake which receives 80% of the citys sewage - is offering economic opportunities for three and a half thousand lower income families through the cultivation of the edible aquatic plant - Morning Glory - which is widely consumed by the city's expanding population. See below link to this video which was produced in conjunction with Hands On Films, the Papussa project's Albert Salamanca (University of Durham UK), Khuong Khov, Sok Daream and Sok Seyha (Royal University of Agriculture, Phnom Penh) and DFID (Dept for International Development UK)

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