Not without the help of prostitutes like Hawa Abdallah. She knows how HIV spreads, she is tested regularly and she’s confident enough to insist that her customers use condoms every time.
"There are so many tombs. They can even bury you alive."
Drug gangs rule the streets in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where more than 20 people are murdered each week. Located at the crossroads of drug shipments from South America to the U.S., that city is now called the most dangerous place on Earth.
Eleven-year-old Ali arrived in Lebanon just two weeks after being shot in the face.
Fearing reprisals on their families back in Syria, most refugees don’t want to reveal their last names to reporters, and many cover their faces to protect their identities.
Ali is blind in one eye and still has fragments of shrapnel in his chest and face. “I can feel the shrapnel in my chest and my nose when I breathe. It hurts,” he said.