In the places where ChildFund Cambodia works, services are severely limited, meaning any breakdown could result in a long journey on foot to the closest town.
Sopheak knows this work requires a reliable mode of transport. Cars are too big. Bicycles are too slow. Motorcycles are often the only thing connecting people in remote communities with the supplies they need.
They are light enough to be carried on an ox-drawn cart across a flooded road, but powerful enough to transport even the heaviest supplies.