Recently, I had the opportunity to re-visit Cambodia, documenting social justice matters to highlight more awareness in the areas of people affected by poverty HIV and disability. Cambodia has one of the largest populations of disabled people in the world, with an estimated 40,000 landmine survivors. Whilst, landmine eradication is very pro-active throughout Cambodia, these perilous devices still exist in the countryside, inflicting suffering, pain and even death. Fortunately, there are wonderful organisations doing great work to provide assistance to disabled people, promoting their services with dignity and hope.