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Through the sobbing, she describes how her family has suffered at the hands of one of the world’s deadliest street gangs.

In El Salvador, a teenager worries about raising her child in a climate of violence SAN MARTIN, San Salvador, El Salvador, – Every word spoken by Patricia is preceded by the smile of a playful girl who is not old enough to take life seriously.A warmer winter for refugee children in Serbia DIVLJANA, Serbia, 14 November 2017 – As you watch 8-year-old Aya Rekani playing with her friends among the fallen leaves, it’s difficult to imagine how different her life was just a year ago.Stolen childhood: Gang violence in El Salvador SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador, 24 November 2017 – Tears roll down her face.In many of these areas, children and adolescents are yet to be guaranteed their rights to quality education, health and to a welcoming and protective environment.A place called home: looking after Syrian children who have lost their families ALEPPO, Syrian Arab Republic, 21 March, 2017 – On a street in Aleppo lies a two-floor house with a bright green door.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.

Rain runs through the muddy gravel streets and the water has crept into the home of Isabel, Jorge Luis and their son Brandon.

Preventing violence through sport in El Salvador SAN MARCOS, San Salvador, El Salvador, 11 January 2018 – Seven-year-old Natividad Sánchez Ventura is the youngest of ten children, and their daily life is predictably chaotic.

The search for Lesotho’s most vulnerable families HA TŠEPO, Lesotho, 28 November 2017 – A cloud of yellow dust blows into the group sitting on the ground at the village centre.

Carrying his plastic light sabre, he walks through the devastation in Carapongo - a community near Lima, the capital of Peru - caused by some of the worst flooding in decades.

Meet the teenagers in Brazil’s urban centres who are taking charge of their future SÃO PAULO, Brazil, 22 March 2017 – In Brazil, more than 84 per cent of the population lives in urban areas.

They decided Lupita would stay with her father, David.