Just enough, for the city
Bangkok's Keeb Moo labourers' camp is just one of the many communities experiencing a rapid influx of workers seeking employment in the city _ but as the government continues to neglect dwellers in these tin-clad slums, violence, alcoholism and crime run rampant
'We used to live more peacefully," Keeb Moo community resident Nucharee Fenti says. "They brought building development and have improved the economy, but the more people come, the more problems they bring with them."
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The 46 year old has lived in the community, on the outskirts of Bangkok in Khlong Sam Wa district, for more than 20 years. In the past six years or so, she says, the once tight-knit community of residents has undergone massive transformations as workers looking for cheap accommodation have moved into the area.
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