BOGOTA, Colombia (BP) -- Fernando* felt like a failure. For a month-and-a-half he had been looking for work in Colombia, where he didn't know anyone. He longed to hold his wife and daughter again but couldn't return to Venezuela without a solution to the uncertainties there.
The young Venezuelan couple had agreed: If they wanted a better future for their daughter, he needed to go. Although Fernando had maintained a good job in Venezuela, the country's growing instability -- political tumult, poor schooling and a shortage of basic medicine and food -- compelled him to try ... Read More