Venezuela is anxiously searching for ways to feed itself, as the economic collapse of recent years has left it unable to produce or import sufficient food. In the home of Leidy Cordova, where she lives with four of her five children in Cumana, a broken refrigerator holds the only food in the house: a bag of corn flour and a bottle of vinegar.
Venezuela is anxiously searching for ways to feed itself, as the economic collapse of recent years has left it unable to produce or import sufficient food. In the home of Leidy Cordova, where she lives with four of her five children in Cumana, a broken refrigerator holds the only food in the house: a bag of corn flour and a bottle of vinegar. Meridith Kohut The New York Times
Venezuela is anxiously searching for ways to feed itself, as the economic collapse of recent years has left it unable to produce or import sufficient food. In the home of Leidy Cordova, where she lives with four of her five children in Cumana, a broken refrigerator holds the only food in the house: a bag of corn flour and a bottle of vinegar. Meridith Kohut The New York Times

Venezuela’s desperation grows as the nation struggles for food

June 29, 2016 06:27 PM

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