Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's supergranny!
This might sound like a joke but grandmas around the world do super things (not limited to 1980s TV). We just don't hear about them often enough.
So when I met 72-year-old Dum Ream in Cambodia, I wanted her story to be told. Dum like millions of other grandmothers around the world is raising three grandchildren on her own.
I have to take on this challenge
The children's father passed away and their mother remarried so Dum now looks after them. She told me: "It is very difficult for someone older like me to look after young kids but they are my grandchildren so I have to take on this challenge." She lives in a small hut on the banks of the Sangker River in Cambodia and earns money selling rice noodles.
However, she struggles to earn enough to raise her grandchildren so her local older people's association, set up by HelpAge, gave her a loan of 20,000 riels (US$50) for her rice noodle business. The association is also a place where she can share her problems with other older people.
She says: "I really like the association meetings. I have many friends there and we talk about our problems, our work and we share how best to care for our grandchildren. I always tell others that all children are different and that there is no recipe for raising them. But by sharing our problems we feel better and we advise each other. The association and HelpAge also organise health camps every two months and I get my medicine for hypertension there."
I will fight for them until the day I die
Even though she is 72, Dum says: "I do this [continuing to work at 72] because I want my grandchildren to have an education. All I want for my grandchildren is for them to be educated. I want all of them to complete their studies so that they can succeed.
"I have seen in the past that those who are educated get work and can succeed. I would prefer to deprive myself so that my grandchildren can succeed. I will continue fighting for them until the day I day."
Dum Ream's 11-year-old grandson, Heran lives with her and says: "I go to school in the next village. Mathematics is my favourite subject but I like playing games with my friends too. I miss my grandma very much when she has to go to work. I love her from the bottom of my heart and she has taken care of me since I was very young.
"She looks after me and gives me cake and noodles to eat whenever she cooks it. She looks after me when I am sick. She also buys me medicine which makes me better. When I have a fever she holds my hand when I have to get an injection. She takes me to school. She is my mother."
Is your gran super?
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