In Cambodia, there are over 70,000 people living with HIV/AIDS and many face daily challenges around accessing housing and basic services.
Meng Nat and her husband, Sambo sold their family home to pay for medical treatment after both of them fell ill. With nowhere to go, the family found themselves living in one of Phnom Penh’s many slums.
Chea Ser is no stranger to hardship. As a child she was orphaned and started working in Phnom Penh when she was very young. She married and had three children, but now is a single mother.