Feiy is from Boeung Kachhang, which is a 20 minute boat ride from the capital of Koh Kong. The beauty of the village is tainted by litter, which is regularly dumped on the island during strong sea surges. There is no electricity or water supply and villagers use generators and water bought from the mainland. Most people living here are fishermen, garment factory workers and boat drivers. Many are struggling to earn a living due to changes in the local climate, with fish stocks rapidly declining and storms increasing.
Feiy is a teacher at the local primary school. Through Save the Children’s programme he has been learning how to teach children to adapt to the changing climate and prepare for disasters.