Cambodia is a beautiful country still showing the scars of its recent past, and these include the thousands of landmines littering the countryside even today. All too often, farmers and their families are disabled by the explosions from this hidden ordnance, thus frequently depriving them of an already precarious existence. Victims of disabling diseases such as polio, still widespread in Cambodia, and those suffering from mental challenges, are also marginalized, and find it almost impossible to gain regular employment.

However, there are Non-Governmental Organizations and other social enterprises throughout the country that support the disadvantaged, and here on Able NOT Disabled we celebrate their work by showcasing some of the great variety of fairly-traded fashion accessories and home wares produced by disabled artisans.

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