It is the rainy season, malaria is endemic, on the border between Thailand and Burma, where uncountable thousands of refugees, migrants, and undocumented displaced people are condemned to foreign food rations, crowded camps, slavery sweatshop wages, abuse by authorities, and sifting through garbage to survive. This little market is busy because it is situated outside the Mawker Thei malaria clinic run by SMRU (Shokalo Malaria Research) on the Moi River, where Burmese, mostly Karen, people cross because of the free malaria treatment. I came here on a project entitled: Malaria and Human Rights on the Thai/Burma border. When people get sick they want to go home. These people have no home to go to.