Working for Indigenous Peoples' Rights and Natural Resources Management
"My Village (MVi was founded in November 2006 and officially registered with the Ministry of Interior in 25 January 2007. My Village Orgainsation (MVi) operates in the Northeast provinces of Cambodia, in Mondulkiri and Stung Treng, working for Indigenous peoples rights, natural resource management and alternative livelihoods."
Mr. Chan Mut and other five peoples who live since they born in Nhang Sum village, Stung Treng, used to earn their living by fishing in the Sekong River by using the illegal fishing gears.After joining a series of skills and knowledge training workshops that subjected the importance of fishery resource and fishery conservation,
Chrob is one of the four villages in Kbal Romeas commune, Sesan district, Stung Treng province. It borders Katot village to the north and west, Kratie province to the south, Srea Sronuk village to the east and is located about 42 kilometers from Stung Treng town.
Pou Nhav is one of the seven indigenous communities in Mondulkiri that are in the process of implementation the ICLT. Since 2010, with facilitation from MVi, Pou Nhav community members started the ICLT project in order to be recognized and received legal ownership to their indigenous land under the state law.