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Miriam Mondragon worker with abused children

'I have been assaulted several times by gun, knife, and machete'

I'm a Honduran Viking.  I came to Honduras for 21 years from Sweden to work as an educator and missionary in the slum areas of Tegucigalpa, the capital city of Honduras. I'm working with abused children within the Association for a More Just Society, and as a Tearfund "Inspired Individual".

I don't know anyone who has been assaulted in Sweden.  In Honduras, I don't know anyone who hasn't been.

I grew up as Miriam ...

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