UNICEF Young Honduran And Dreaming Of A Way Out
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AT JUST 15, NAKISHA IS NOW IN CHARGE OF HER SIBLINGS
My mom, I don’t know. She said if things don’t work out for her in Belize, she’ll go to Mexico. But she hasn’t called me. She left yesterday and still hasn’t called me. When she calls me, I will tell her, “I am here.” That’s my mom. That’s how she is. It’s not the first time. She is always traveling.
HER MOTHER ONCE TRIED TO TAKE NAKISHA TO THE U.S.
I didn’t even know about the trip. We went because my stepfather was a smuggler. It was my birthday. I told my mom, “Mom, it’s my birthday!” She was excited about leaving so she said, “Let’s go!” I asked where we were going. She said, “To the North.” I said, “What? It’s my birthday. You’re not even going to say happy birthday to me?!”
She said, “Well, we’re leaving for the North. Come on.” We had to pay a small boat to take all of us across the river. But there wasn’t enough money, so some of us had to swim across the river. I had to swim across the river.
THEY WERE CAUGHT BY AUTHORITIES AND SENT HOME
Where I live, there are gangs, so it’s not safe. We’re told not to leave the house after 10 pm because. If you do and you get killed, then it’s your fault, they’ll say. Gangs look for children from their neighborhood so they can make them join their gang.
NAKISHA WORRIES CONSTANTLY ABOUT HER BROTHER AND SISTER
I would like to go to the U.S. one day, but with papers, relaxed. Because of high school and college over there.
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