Tajikistan: Farmers Say City Livestock Ban Breeds Corruption

Restricting livestock in Dushanbe: order, vanity, or a chance for graft? (Photo: David Trilling.)

Twenty-seven-year-old Manucher has spent every day for the past six years cleaning out manure and, in winter, snow from his cattle barn. In his impoverished village not far from Dushanbe, Tajikistan’s capital, he counts himself lucky to have the work.

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Asel Kalybekova is a reporter based in Kyrgyzstan.

Tajikistan: Farmers Say City Livestock Ban Breeds Corruption

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