RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Selling all her things and leaving the country was the reaction of Venezuelan Keila Ruiz Yepez when she found herself in the midst of a social and humanitarian crisis. She crossed the border with Brazil, reaching the state of Roraima in August 2018. She left one end of the country for another and currently, at 45, lives with her husband and two children in Esteio, a town near the capital of Rio Grande do Sul (RS).
"We are from the capital Caracas, but we lived on Margarita Island. And there was no food. Supplies depended on . . .