Peru, 2013). The beauty of this landscape with a football goal cage hides many frustrations and contradictions. Peru's Valley of the Apurimac and Ene Mantaro (VRAEM) rivers is the major coca and its derivates production area worldwide. The farms are small plots of no more than one hectare, where farmers have a humble hut to store their tools. Essentially devoted to growing coca, like this photo, but also some coffee, cassava and vegetables in very small quantities. In the valley, in addition to coca or coffee, it gives cocoa. The problem is that coca is by far the most profitable crop, the only way the local population has to survive. They would need to have at least three hectares for coffee or cocoa in order to be profitable.