(Global Post) The roads in the Sailiya labor camp are littered with construction rubble and cast-aside couches. Far from the glistening high rises and 5-star hotels of Doha, workers live jammed together without running water or sewage pipes. Tens of thousands of contract laborers, mostly from South Asia, live in company housing here out of sight of wealthy Qataris and foreign business investors. Because the land is owned by private companies, the camps lack city services. Electricity comes from small generators belching pollution. Tankers periodically deliver drinking water, and truck hoses suck sewage from latrines. Four Sri Lankans emerge from a wooden shack that they share for housing. They work as construction laborers in the city center for 8-12 hours a day in 105 degree heat. One says he earns the equivalent of $330 per month, typical pay for unskilled workers. Read more here.