Rebuilding Khao I Dang is an oral history project exploring how the Khao I Dang camp for Cambodian refugees is remembered by UN officials, relief workers, and refugees.

 

Established in Thailand 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.

 

The project is coordinated by Hudson McFann, a PhD candidate in geography at Rutgers University. For more information, please write to info@rebuildingkid.com.