Drugs and hunger: What awaits Colombia’s newly displaced families

A small crowd of children gather in the dusty streets of Soacha Alta, waiting for Fundación Las Pulgas to open. (Lucy Sherriff/TNH)

Last year, 32-year-old Ana Maria* and her four children were forced to flee for their lives after guerrillas entered their village in Tumaco, southwestern Colombia.

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