Venezuelans cross the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the structure on an average day to buy food and medicines, or to migrate
       
     
 Brenda Vera, 32, posses for a portrat by the healthcare center run by the Red Cross near the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018
       
     
 A man points at San Jose de Cucuta. This is the first sight of the city that Venezuelans see before descending to it. September 19, 2018
       
     
 A pregnant woman waits to be seen by a doctor inside one of the tents at the healthcare center run by the Red Cross on September 17, 2018
       
     
 A woman waits to be admitted into the delivery room while a nurse draws Caro Rivero's blood at the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018
       
     
 Pregnant Venezuelan women wait to be admitted into de Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018. 12 out of 23 women in the waiting room were Venezuelan
       
     
 Eduardo Hernandez, 20, looks at his newborn baby while he and his partner Caro Rivero, 18, wait for the civil registry the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, September 19, 2018
       
     
 Overgrowth from the river that flows under the Simon Bolivar International bridge sways in the breeze on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the bridge every day and about 5,000 do not return, accordin to Cucuta's mayor, Cesar Rojas Ayala | A tattoo on Karina Lopez's belly at the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. The 14 year old teen plans to give birth at a Colombian hospital because she feels it is unsafe to do this at a Venezuelan hospital
       
     
 Venezuelans wait for the Red Cross volunteers to open the improvised primary healthecare center on September 17, 2018. Most of them come to get treatment for their children or during their pregnancies
       
     
 A girl plays in front of the migration center run by the Catholic Pastoral Diocese of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 18, 2018. They feed about 2,200 people everyday
       
     
 Venezuelans cross the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the structure on an average day to buy food and medicines, or to migrate
       
     

Venezuelans cross the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the structure on an average day to buy food and medicines, or to migrate

 Brenda Vera, 32, posses for a portrat by the healthcare center run by the Red Cross near the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018
       
     

Brenda Vera, 32, posses for a portrat by the healthcare center run by the Red Cross near the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018

 A man points at San Jose de Cucuta. This is the first sight of the city that Venezuelans see before descending to it. September 19, 2018
       
     

A man points at San Jose de Cucuta. This is the first sight of the city that Venezuelans see before descending to it. September 19, 2018

 A pregnant woman waits to be seen by a doctor inside one of the tents at the healthcare center run by the Red Cross on September 17, 2018
       
     

A pregnant woman waits to be seen by a doctor inside one of the tents at the healthcare center run by the Red Cross on September 17, 2018

 A woman waits to be admitted into the delivery room while a nurse draws Caro Rivero's blood at the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018
       
     

A woman waits to be admitted into the delivery room while a nurse draws Caro Rivero's blood at the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018

 Pregnant Venezuelan women wait to be admitted into de Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018. 12 out of 23 women in the waiting room were Venezuelan
       
     

Pregnant Venezuelan women wait to be admitted into de Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 17, 2018. 12 out of 23 women in the waiting room were Venezuelan

 Eduardo Hernandez, 20, looks at his newborn baby while he and his partner Caro Rivero, 18, wait for the civil registry the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, September 19, 2018
       
     

Eduardo Hernandez, 20, looks at his newborn baby while he and his partner Caro Rivero, 18, wait for the civil registry the Erasmo Meoz University Hospital of Cucuta, Colombia, September 19, 2018

 Overgrowth from the river that flows under the Simon Bolivar International bridge sways in the breeze on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the bridge every day and about 5,000 do not return, accordin to Cucuta's mayor, Cesar Rojas Ayala | A tattoo on Karina Lopez's belly at the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. The 14 year old teen plans to give birth at a Colombian hospital because she feels it is unsafe to do this at a Venezuelan hospital
       
     

Overgrowth from the river that flows under the Simon Bolivar International bridge sways in the breeze on September 17, 2018. 30,000 people cross the bridge every day and about 5,000 do not return, accordin to Cucuta's mayor, Cesar Rojas Ayala | A tattoo on Karina Lopez's belly at the Simon Bolivar International bridge on September 17, 2018. The 14 year old teen plans to give birth at a Colombian hospital because she feels it is unsafe to do this at a Venezuelan hospital

 Venezuelans wait for the Red Cross volunteers to open the improvised primary healthecare center on September 17, 2018. Most of them come to get treatment for their children or during their pregnancies
       
     

Venezuelans wait for the Red Cross volunteers to open the improvised primary healthecare center on September 17, 2018. Most of them come to get treatment for their children or during their pregnancies

 A girl plays in front of the migration center run by the Catholic Pastoral Diocese of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 18, 2018. They feed about 2,200 people everyday
       
     

A girl plays in front of the migration center run by the Catholic Pastoral Diocese of Cucuta, Colombia, on September 18, 2018. They feed about 2,200 people everyday