this migrant Travel through the jungle Darien They often face traumatic situations, ranging from the reasons that forced them to flee their home countries to the difficulties they experienced during the migration process, leaving physical and mental traces.Coordinator of the organization doctors without borders In Darien, Alejandrina Camargo told En Contexto that when migrants arrive, they suffer muscle pain all over their bodies.
While the obvious consequences are the first thing to be addressed, mental health is increasingly becoming a priority in immigrant treatment.organization doctors without borders Aiding people affected by armed conflict, violence, epidemics or forgotten diseases, natural disasters and exclusion from medical care (as is the case with immigrants).
This year, doctors without borders, has handled 450 to 490 immigration cases. Among them, general sexual violence cases (abuse and rape), this is because most people are not familiar with sexual violence help.
Missing people have attracted widespread attention from the team, and their identification is becoming more sensitive every day, with people sometimes being recognized based on migration flows. doctors without borders for the logo.
Some migrants arrive under great stress because they lost contact with their children in the jungle; some manage to regain contact with their children, but others do not.