“They do not value those who work for entertainment services. They discriminate and bully, but they never help. If I do not work hard, who will take care of my mother and child? Working for this job has faced a lot of health issues because I had to drink beer every day. I left work around 3 or 4 in the early mornings. I request to relevant ministries provide an NSSF card for us in order for us to receive a health check-up at the hospital for free. Also, I request having a wage and holidays for us.” Ms. SreyAun (pseudonym), an entertainment worker in Phnom Penh.

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1. Mr. PIN Nhanh, fishing gear maker in Siem Reap Province

2. Mrs. LUY ENG, a garment worker and a union leader in a garment factory in Phnom Penh

3. Mrs. SOVANN Vary, Tuk Tuk driver, living in Phnom Penh

4. Mrs. AY Vanny, domestic worker, living in Phnom Penh

5. Mrs. MONG Simon, a street​ vendor in Phnom Penh

6. Miss. HENG Soklin, youth living in Phnom Penh

7. Mrs. KAY Srey Orn, director of People with disability Representative Organization in Siem Reap province

9. Ms. Nimnoun (pseudonym), LGBTQ+ and an entertainment service worker in Phnom Penh