Central American women and children, who are victims of domestic violence, child abuse, extreme poverty, state neglect, and terrorization in their home countries flee for their lives to their northern neighbor daily.
With over 80% of Burundians living on less than $1.45 and 45% of young people unemployed, the organization Kaz’O’zah Art, empowers Burundian women with sustainable livelihoods to support their families.
The news last month that Kenya would be closing the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab, and repatriating its 350,000 residents by November prompted two reactions – complete shock or dismissal.
A high number of migrants have died or disappeared while attempting to reach the United States. These are the stories of the wives and daughters left behind.
El desamparo de las madres y las esposas en los países de origen de migrantes desaparecidos o fallecidos en su tránsito hacia los Estados Unidos.
Congolese women refugees are creating a vibrant bitenge market in Uganda and give back to their new homeland.