Drought-hit Cambodian farmers now face floods

10 August 2016

Agriculture in Cambodia is set to be hit by disaster for a second time. Shortly after the end of one of the worst droughts in the countrys recent history, farmers are set for the arrival of floods.

The adverse weather has widely impacted on agriculture, as water was scarce during the planting season.

Caritas Cambodia has reported that rice planting was delayed until August, which will lead to poorer crops than usual.

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