Rebuilding Khao I Dang is an ongoing effort to digitally reconstruct the Khao I Dang refugee camp. Established near the Thai–Cambodian border by UNHCR in the wake of the Cambodian genocide, Khao I Dang (1979–1993) had a peak population of 140,000 and was, in many ways, the hub of the Cambodian relief operation.

 

Using archival research, interviews, and interactive mapping, Rebuilding Khao I Dang explores the camp's history and legacies, focusing on how Khao I Dang is remembered by refugees, relief workers, journalists, and government officials.