In the country with the world’s worst gang problem and highest murder rate, social workers go where police fear to enter

In a country with the world’s largest gang problem and the highest murder rate, El Salvador is not an easy place to practise social work. Tens of thousands of children have been abandoned, abused, trafficked, organ harvested, and denied access to health or education services.

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