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An orchid rehabilitation project is turning a small Mexican community into a tourist magnet — and attracting far-flung locals back to their hometown.
Children left to fend for themselves when their parents seek work abroad often suffer emotional struggles and educational setbacks. Now, psychologists are raising alarms about the quiet but building crisis.
More than 1,100 people have registered as displaced in Kayna since early 2022. Many arrive with nothing, but the area’s sandy clay soil gives them the opportunity to build a new life.
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