The consequences for children who live in Bolivia's prisons
Hundreds of children live in Bolivia's prisons, most because they have nowhere else to go when one, or both, of their parents are incarcerated. But the experience is traumatizing and children may be both psychologically and physically scarred for life. The following article, published on 14 October 2012, speaks to this issue and gives us a glimpse of life as a child inside Bolivia's prisons. Read about the infamous San Pedro Prison Tour of La Paz, here.