The Child Tobacco Farmers of Kazakhstan
In the Fields
Thousands of workers travel across the border from Kyrgyzstan to Kazakhstan to work on tobacco farms. Many of these migrant laborers are accompanied by their children, who help their parents harvest the crops. Above, a child migrant worker from Kyrgyzstan picks tobacco leaves near the village of Koram in Kazakhstan.
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