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With average wages less than the equivalent of $50 a month at black market rates there is an increase in parents handing children over to the state, charities or friends and family.

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    1. Emergency constrains some Venezuelan guardians to give away children

    2. Zulay Pulgar (C), 43, rest in a café with her child Emmanuel, 4, subsequent to remaining in line to purchase bond in a tool shop in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. The family lives on Pulgar's dad's annuity, worth $6 a month at the bootleg market rate, in a nation where costs for some essential products are outperforming those in the United States.

    3. Zulay Pulgar (C), 43, remains in line outside a handyman shop, alongside her child Emmanuel, to purchase concrete and exchange it in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. Pulgar said only one chicken supper would now consume a large portion of its month to month wage. Breakfast is frequently simply bread and espresso, with rice alone for both lunch and supper. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    4. Zulay Pulgar, 43, cooks a feast in her home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. Consistently at the social administrations focus in Carirubana, which regulates Pulgar's case, more than twelve guardians argue for help dealing with their youngsters in this segregated, dry corner of Venezuela with a precarious water supply and little nourishment. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    5. Juan Pulgar, 73, holds a photo of himself taken about a year back, as he postures for a representation in his home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    6. Zulay Pulgar (C), 43, gives Venezuelan bolivar notes to her better half Maikel Cuauro, 30, in their home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    7. Juan Pulgar, 73, sits in a seat as he rests in his home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    8. Emmanuel Cuauro, plays with a ball beside his folks Zulay Pulgar (R), 43, and Maikel Cuauro, 30, in their home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    9. Emmanuel Cuauro, sits on the walkway by his mom Zulay Pulgar, as they make a line outside the tool shop to purchase concrete and re-offer it in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

    10. Zulay Pulgar (R), 43, holds her child Emmanuel, 4, alongside her better half Maikel Cuauro (L), 30, and her dad Juan Pulgar, 73, while they posture for a picture in their home in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. Attempting to bolster herself and her seven youngsters, Venezuelan mother Zulay Pulgar asked a neighbor in October to assume control care of her six-year-old little girl, a casualty of a beating monetary emergency. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins