Ningxia region’s ‘ecological migrants,’ most of whom are Muslim, face cramped conditions and a lack of government attention in resettlement villages
"It's a primitive society here because no one cares about us," complained one resettled migrant of nearly 330,000 in Ningxia, where climate change, poor policies and other human activity have led to the world's largest environmental migration project. The government-allotted housing is a fraction of the size of the homes in the migrants' original villages, and health and economic conditions in the new communities are poor.
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