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A temporary floating bridge, which is constructed by plastic bags of polyethylene, located in south of Angkor Wat Western Causeway. It will be put to use before May 2017. The bridge is built to divert the visit and maintain safety for tourists in Angkor Wat temple, while the causeway will be closed completely for the experts of APSARA Authority and Sophia University to restore it.
Angkor Wat Western Causeway Restoration Project has been started since APSARA Authority got the recommendations from the International Coordination Committee for the Safeguarding and Development of Historic Site of Angkor. It is a working process of conservation before doing excavation to understand the archaeological data as well as the entire structure of the causeway.
Community working group of APSARA Authority provided the support packages to 1899 new mothers in 2016 for five districts including Siem Reap Town, Prasat Bakong, Banteay Srei, Angkor Thom, and Phouk.
Vegetable seeds imported from France, including salads, tomatoes and other vegetables are provided to villagers in Run Ta Ek Eco-village by SOMA Trading Company in order to grow for food or sell for money to support the family.
60444 trees, especially existing species of tree in Angkor were planted by APSARA Authority in available area of the region of Angkor in 2016. This is a response to the annual plan, which APSARA has set to plant at least 60 thousand trees per year.

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What kind of right do people, who live in the region of Angkor, have for their own lands?
1. The villagers, who have homes and live there for ages, can continue to live without forcing to leave the village.

2. The villagers can demolish old houses or build new ones with a request to get permits from Apsara Authority.

3. The villagers have right to manage their own lands such as: giving land possession to their relatives – parents to children, or selling it to the neighbours to get some money for living. However, it is forbidden on buying and selling for the purpose of making profitable business for companies or individuals to build hotels, restaurants, KTV....etc.