Dr. Kimberly Sarmiento shows a picture on her phone in which she stands on the line that divides Colombia and Venezuela.
Yeider, 10 years old, waits in line for a medical check up organized for the village of 3 Bocas by a local foundation with the support of Banco de Medicamentos.
Through the grills that work as window, Yurgen, looks at outside from his room.
Yurgen, 30 years old, suffers from a complex neurological condition that makes him lose control of his movements.
Yurgen's mother, Carmen, kisses and sings to her son in their home in Tibu.
Yurgen's health began deteriorating at 8 years old, and has continued to do so.
Camila, 10 years old, stands for a picture before participating in a cultural performance as part of the health brigade visit to the village of 3 Bocas.
Equipment and supplies used by for Dr. Wilander Moreno at the health center in Campo 2.
Dr. Moreno says he often runs out of items like stitches, gloves, gauze and meds including local anesthesia.
On the Campo 2 health center, a makeshift poster states that for any emergency the doctor can be called.
Dr. Moreno, who migrated from for better job opportunities, is the only doctor. He handles every consultation, treatment and intervention at the center, 7 days a week.
A shrine to Dr. Jose Gregorio Hernandez, who is seen as figure of hope in Venezuela, as well as in border communities throughout Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
Yaneth Barrientos, 23 years old, stands with her daughter in the house they share with other 4 family members.
Dana, 11 years old, feeds a baby squirrel she found in the bushes of 3 Bocas village.
Mr. Leon arrived at hospital with his son-in-law, Wilmer, thanks to local electricity workers who drove them.
Dr. Wilander Moreno stitches the head of Mr. Misael Leon, who was struck by a falling branch while working on his farm.
The Guerrero-Perez family on the 2nd floor of their house. The river often floods their town, so people spend much of the year on the 2nd story.