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Cambodia’s economy continues to be dominated by agriculture, with exports contributing US$758.4 million in 2014.1 More than 70 percent of Cambodians depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.2 Fishing and fisheries make up another cornerstone of Cambodia’s rural economy, providing an estimated 80 percent of animal protein in the typical Cambodian diet.3
ODC first published its report in 2013. Following feedback and discussions with other experts and agencies, including Cambodia’s Forestry Administration, a revised version of the maps was created in 2014 and published in early 2015.
Land is fundamental to the livelihoods of many Cambodians. Around 80 percent of people live in rural areas and around 73 percent depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.1 In urban areas, many are dependent on plots of land close to livelihoods, services and social support networks.
Energy is about more than just electricity. It includes all means used to provide energy for industrial and domestic purposes, from firewood for cooking to national electricity production. This section focuses on production, distribution and use of power. Activities involving the exploration, extraction and refining of oil and gas are described in the extractive industries section.