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Tang, north Laos, August 13, 2007.Ee-Kor mountain people have come down from their hills as the government is preventing them from cultivating their traditional crop:opium. As a result, they have to receive food aid from the UN WFP (World Food Programme) before they can resettle and initiate alternative crops such as mountain rice, corn or rubber.
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Tang, north Laos, August 13, 2007.Ee-Kor mountain people have come down from their hills as the government is preventing them from cultivating their traditional crop:opium. As a result, they have to receive food aid from the UN WFP (World Food Programme) before they can resettle and initiate alternative crops such as mountain rice, corn or rubber.