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Investigation Report Impact of the Development Project Benh Hoeurk Kratie Rubber I Company Limited Chork Char Village, Sre Chhouk Commune, Keo Seima District, Mondulkiri Province

Release Date : 18-March-2016
Category : Land rights,
Type : Report
Source : CCHR, ADHOC, CLEC

Description
Residents of Chork Cha village, cosisting of 180 families with 869 people (408 female), are Bunong indigenou people who have common ethnic, social, cultural, and economic unity. They practice thei customaruy lifestyle and cultivation of their land, which they have occupied with a tradition of collective land use. This community is in the process of registering their indigenous, collective land, and are now completing the second stage, in which the community has been recognized by the Ministry of Interior.

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