First in a series of six images of the human cost of Venezuela’s crisis
Two-year-old Anailin, left, suffers from severe malnutrition and treatable muscular paralysis. Her mother can’t take her to the local hospital — it has been abandoned. The last patient there died without care.
According to the U.S. Agency for International Development, nearly 70 percent of Venezuela’s hospitals report power outages and lack of safe drinking water. The illegitimate Maduro regime blocks international aid that is desperately needed to help Venezuelans.