As the country battles economic collapse, parents have been forced to migrate, leaving their offspring in the care of family, neighbours or sometimes alone
It has been four months since Isabel Carrasco skipped her crumbling country, entrusting her daughters to a neighbour to join modern South America’s largest ever exodus.
Carrasco’s destination was Guyana, although the woman now raising her children isn’t sure which part.
It’s survival. It’s necessity. It’s this president of ours.