The Kogi village of Domingueka in northwestern Colombia has been replacing coca plantations with coffee farms. The government is hoping that such crop-substitution programs can help reduce the cocaine trade.
The Kogi village of Domingueka in northwestern Colombia has been replacing coca plantations with coffee farms. The government is hoping that such crop-substitution programs can help reduce the cocaine trade. Jim Wyss Miami Herald Staff
The Kogi village of Domingueka in northwestern Colombia has been replacing coca plantations with coffee farms. The government is hoping that such crop-substitution programs can help reduce the cocaine trade. Jim Wyss Miami Herald Staff

Coffee, not coca: Colombia doubles down on solutions to win drug war

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