The pandemic is leaving behind those who have the least resources. In Mexico, with all schools closed, the education gets complicated for those who do not have access to online classes.
In the city of Culiacán, in the state of Sinaloa, the sons of the narco El Chapo Guzman have helped to raise a makeshift school in the middle of the street so that the youngest can continue receiving their classes.
Now fulfilling life imprisonment in an American prison, El Chapo he is revered in his home state as a hero. Therefore, and in recognition of his help, the initials of Joaquín Guzmán Loera are well visible.
The new school is equipped with computers with internet access, televisions, books and even uniforms and shoes.
Now, volunteer teachers take care of the education of about 90 children, while her parents are barely making a living working at a nearby landfill.