The Yanomami Land, the largest indigenous territory in Brazil, is home to over 20 thousand indigenous people. However, it also harbours another 20 thousand people: illegal miners. Illegal mining in indigenous lands of Brazil has a devastating impact not only on the environment but also on the health and lives of those living in those lands. Polluting rivers, destroying forests and threatening the very existence of an ancestral population, the explosion of illegal mining in the region has caused a humanitarian crisis that is making the news all over the world. As the newly appointed Lula Government, analyse the urgent humanitarian and environmental crisis in the Yanomami Land.
Provide a comprehensive plan that prioritises environmental protection and the well-being of the indigenous community, and innovative strategies to effectively prevent illegal miners from further exploiting the region. Write in about 500-650 words.