Association Internationale pour le Développement, le Tourisme et la Santé

Magnum photos

CAMBDODIA. Centre of Phnom Penh. « The Building. » Destined to be destroyed, but currently occupied by local pimps, organized in gangs and their prostitutes.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. Prostitutes called « Oranges Sellers ». Working outside, at night, they are the sex workers the most exposed to danger.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. Toukok Street / « Little Flowers Street ». Red-light district established when U.N soldiers arrived in Cambodia.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. Toukok Street / « Little Flowers Street ». Room inside the brothels established when U.N soldiers arrived in Cambodia and now frequented by Cambodian clients.

CAMBODIA. Prostitutes.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. « Walkabout » Bar. Prostitutes working alone in the hustler bar. The floor above is a hotel.

CAMBODIA . Siem Reap . Minors in a Vietnamese massage parlour and a dancer at the Sor-San club. Phnom Penh . The girl in the window of the massage parlour wears a badge with a number to help the client's in their choice.

CAMBODIA. Siem Reap. In a Karaoke Club. These establishments are now illegal.

CAMBODIA . Siem Reap. « Lady-Boys » - transsexual - at the Zanzibar, hustler bar. Cambodia. Phnom Penh. « Beers girls ». Girls paid by the big beer companies to encourage the customers to drink beer in the bars and restaurants (« Beergardens »). It is often an alibi for prostitution.

CAMBODIA . Portraits of prostitutes.

CAMBODIA. Phnom Penh. Sisowath Quay or Riverside. Neighbourhood frequented by paedophiles and men looking for prostitutes.

Cambodia. Photo album belonging to a paedophile, seized by the police.

CAMBODIA . Phnom Penh . Ex street children, living now in a safe home called « Our Home » run by a Cambodian NGO. Most of the children living here have been victims of pedophiles.