Honduran citizens hoping for improvements at home amid migrant crisis

Victoria Moll-Ramírez, an ABC News producer and International Women's Media Foundation fellow, discusses the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Honduras.
3:26 | 06/11/19

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And guys and move on to on duress really. Honduras is the epicenter of the migrant humanitarian crisis. People risking their lives and fleeing their country's violence to seek asylum here in the US and our reporter Victoria mole Ramirez is right there in the heart of the capital. Is also a fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation victorious so good to see you. I just wanna start you know president's trump has been focusing on these parents. And Mexico as a way to halt the surging migrants but I wanna know that's even on the radar of the people. Where you are. 888. Shore. Not if you're all right now people are trying to though it's off. Education isn't there well it's not that many you're the president is trying to privatize. The trump and it's here. I'm not hurt at all here. While yes I can imagine m.s. So you've been there for. A little bit now and I want to know what has surprised you the most about being on the ground. It's probably surprised and is that people are all are eaten. I eat it did you match here and talk about violence the act this desolate it. It's not our street actually attic university. Is furious. Well they're not eat eat and eat it eat it. How. Police believe it's okay. Just thought here. So you wouldn't believe. That you're only here if he could leave me. Sorry how it. Actually does he went. Half of concern that Jerker country that the future I'm right I don't eat or future. And on air you're a larger area. The more I ate our. People art me that they did not happen more they're wrapped. Up. How. It's so interesting to get this perspective Victoria and just before we go what do you wind Americans appeared to know about the crisis there what's the main thing that you think is important for altering member. A lot more country. Ski ball then it's great. Hounds and worst you've heard. People aren't trying keep all it's really want each year are all. We created life here sociology there are about to call me I want to beat Hamas wants to be I'm not Michael treats you I am here. And just like we know other immigrant groups and that. People don't let it completely lost hope. But they're still people buy or are a little bit of. All right Victoria mall or mayor as right there in Honduras thank you so very much for joining us today we appreciate that.

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