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Alone and Against the World 

Alone and Against the World 

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Greenpeace went into the field two weeks ago to investigate how the haze wave was affecting communities in Sumatra and to get an insight into how the forest fires had turned people's lives upside down.

30 year old Laskar Harianja, is a single father with three children (11, 8, and 7). His wife passed away in 2009. To feed his family, he is has to rely on his 1 hectare pineapple plantation. To build his farm, he paid about IDR 10 million for the seeds and the maintenance. When the fruit is ready for harvesting (which would have been early next year) he would have got approximately IDR 20 million. The recent forest fires destroyed all his farm. He criticized the illegal forest burning practices, but he stated to us that he is not angry, or frustrated. Has no money now, he is replanting but to fund it and of course to feed the children, he is now working everyday on any work he can find. 
Farmer in Sumatra
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Farmer and Children in Sumatra
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Farmer's Children in Sumatra
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Farmer's Children in Sumatra
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Farmer's Land Destroyed by Forest Fires in Sumatra
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Farmer's Land Destroyed by Forest Fires in Sumatra
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