A film by Our Better World.

A 4-day trip to Cambodia changed Diana Saw's life. While visiting a slum area to find a baby that had, in fact, been sold, Diana wondered how two women of approximately the same age could live in such different circumstances. Within months of her visit, Diana moved to Phnom Penh and started a business to employ single mothers. "I'm not here to change the world," Diana says. "I'm just here to change the lives of those six women, twelve women and their families." More than that, Diana has inspired Cambodian women to help the poor in their own ways.

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    I FEEL I AM JUST LATE TO VIEW THIS VIDEO. I HAD BEEN TO PHNOM PENH FOR FOUR DAYS AND CAME BACK TODAY. HAD I KNEW ABOUT DIANA SAW OR IF I SAW WHAT SHE DID, I COULD HAVE GOT A CHANCE TO TAKE PART. HOWEVER, I AM LEFT WITH A THOUGHT FROM MY ONE DAY VISIT TO SIEM REAP: WHY DO WE HAVE A COMMUNITY SET UP IN THE TONLE SAP LAKE WHERE BASIC HYGIENE IS NOT KEPT UP. WE BETTER OFF RELOCATING THOSE FLOATING VILLAGE TO THE LAND SOME WHERE. IF MONEY IS REQUIRED, BETTER START INSPIRING THE VISITORS TO CONTRIBUTE. WHO WILL TAKE HE LEAD? THOSE SO MANY INTERNATIONAL NGOS OR THE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF CAMBODIA?

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