Whoever wins Cambodia's general election next week, 27-year-old Khen Srey Touch (pictured below) knows only that she will have to keep working hard for years to come.
Each morning she catches a ride in an open pickup truck to a footwear factory owned by a Taiwan company. She earns $240 a month making shoes for American, British and Japanese brands.
But it is dark when she returns home to cook the evening meal and wait for her husband, a temporary construction worker.
Khen Srey Touch is among thousands of workers in the garment industry who are being courted by Prime Minister Hun Sen ahead of the July 29 election.
"I want my children to have a good education...not to be like me and my husband," she said.