PAMOL plantation

Photo | 12 July, 2012

Workers of the PAMOL plantation company. This woman is in charge of the transportation of the cones from the trees to the road where a truck will load them. The working conditions in this state-owned plantation are very bad. Salaries are continuously dropping down, while the facilities and services the company is supposed to provide in its workers' camps, such as electricity, water or health care are hardly ever delivered.02/20/2012

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