Capacho, Venezuela. Since four in the morning people with different ailments, physical disabilities and their family members have been gathering in a small hospital in Táchira, Venezuela, a bordering state with Colombia. Because free mobility between the two countries was severed seven months ago, we are hoping to receive an administrative authorization which will allow … Continue reading No Medicines, No Treatment, No Hope
Dear readers, Please check out an article we wrote for the International New York Times Opinion Section where we discuss the Venezuelan government's aggressive shutdown of its border with Colombia and how this has affected residents. Thank you, Directus International.
Last week NPR posted an article titled “San Diego Installed Public Loos, But Now They're Flush With Problems” and in it they describe how the installation of two prefabricated public restrooms in this California city has caused discomfort and mistrust amongst business owners and the general population. The reason of this uneasiness? Homeless individuals’ use … Continue reading Not Allowed to Use Public Restrooms