A caregiver help a child dress at Bambi House, Venezuela's second largest private orphanage.
A caregiver help a child dress at Bambi House, Venezuela's second largest private orphanage. Alejandro Cegarra For The Washington Post
A caregiver help a child dress at Bambi House, Venezuela's second largest private orphanage. Alejandro Cegarra For The Washington Post

As Venezuela's economy collapses, desperate parents are leaving their children at orphanages

February 13, 2018 03:57 AM

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