Fields of maize, as tall in places as the mud huts of farmers, tower over the children who run past them.
Disowned by her parents, she was quickly thrown into adulthood.
Rain runs through the muddy gravel streets and the water has crept into the home of Isabel, Jorge Luis and their son Brandon.
In search of safety: South Sudanese children travel alone to reach refugee camps in Darfur EAST DARFUR, Sudan, 27 July 2017 – Fourteen-year-old Jonk Tonk Dack, and his brother Lowal, 9, are from Kair, Bahar Arab, South Sudan.
Child-friendly spaces offer respite for Raqqa’s displaced children RAQQA, Syrian Arab Republic, 23 August 2017 – When 12-year-old Rahaf and her family fled from violence in their hometown of Raqqa, they got caught in the crossfire.
The Dominican Republic’s invisible children SAN JOSÉ DE LOS LLANOS, Dominican Republic, 28 July 2017 – You won’t find the small town of San José de los Llanos in tourist brochures about the Dominican Republic.