Livelihood does not lead to Debt

Tobacco companies take advantage of the Farmer's needs by leading them to a 'livelihood' that will just end up in debt. Debt is not what the farmers deserve for all their hard work. Livelihood should lead to 'living' not 'debt', it should end the poverty cycle. The land used for tobacco is not worth it especially in the middle of the pandemic, it should be used for necessary food crops. Farmer represents itself. Ash represents debt. Person smoking above represents Tobacco Companies.
Submitted from: Philippines