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| Nina Strochlic, Natalie Keyssar

How this quiet region in Guatemala became the epicenter of migration

A child’s death at the U.S. border put a spotlight on the peaceful highlands, where more people than ever are fleeing for the United States. In Yalambojoch, Catarina Gomez Lucas makes her family’s tortillas every…

| Alexia Webster, Nina Strochlic

In Tijuana, a street studio attracts migrants and locals

Migrants on the caravan, commuters, and visitors form a backdrop to the world’s busiest land border crossing. Fabric and a few props are enough for photographer Alexia Webster to make portrait studios on sidewalks and…

| Nina Strochlic

Mourning refugees risk a war zone to bury their dead at home

In Uganda, refugees must choose to bury their loved ones in a temporary camp or make the dangerous journey back to a war-torn homeland. Lily Ipayi was 42 or 43 years old when she died…

| Nadia Shira Cohen

An unlikely feud between beekeepers and Mennonites simmers in Mexico

Survival is at stake as Mennonite colonies’ illegal soy farms threaten the livelihood of Maya beekeepers. BY NINA STROCHLIC PHOTOGRAPHS BY NADIA SHIRA COHEN CAMPECHE, MEXICO “How did it start?” asks Everardo Chablé. He’s propped on a…

| Jane Hahn, Heather Gies

Once lush, El Salvador is dangerously close to running dry

The country’s shrinking water supply is in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services, and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. BY HEATHER GIES PHOTOGRAPHS BY JANE HAHN SAN SALVADOR – As the sun comes up through a thick…

| Gena Steffens

Changing climate forces desperate Guatemalans to migrate

“It only rained three times, and the crops all died. Normally, it rains so much you lose count, but this year it didn’t rain at all,” says Pascuala Súchite, of the village of El Potrerito…

| Tamara Merino, Luján Agusti

Scenes From a Migration Crisis—On Both Sides of the Border

Vanessa (name changed for safety) found refuge and safety at a domestic violence shelter in Laredo, Texas, after her boyfriend threatened her with deportation. “They could deport me without my daughters, because [my daughters] are…

| Nina Strochlic

Meet the Vets Risking Their Lives to Treat Wild Gorillas

A version of this story appears in the December 2017 issue ofNational Geographic magazine. GOMA, Democratic Republic of the Congo-Trackers swing their machetes at the thick jungle, and veterinarians Eddy Kambale and Martin Kabuyaya follow…

| Hannah Reyes Morales, Denise Hruby

These Mothers Are Building Homes in Refugee Camps

Sharon Kide, a South Sudanese woman, sits with her children inside her home in Pagirinya, a refugee camp in Northern Uganda. South Sudanese mothers, amidst their own trauma, are creating homes for a generation of…