Honduras has one of the highest murder rates in the world and gangs frequently recruit children as young as nine years of age. Educator Eduardo Sabillon is leading a movement to restore moral values and his work is creating a safer country.
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“Gangs recruit children and once they’re in it’s very difficult to get them out.”
This educator’s message of hope is helping to turn the tide against gang violence.
“It is a spark that has lit a fire.”
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