Peasant families in Kosovo see only one future: to send their underage boys abroad. That is, to Italy, with human traffickers: 4,000-4,500 euros are paid per child, a huge amount for Kosovo. Each family begins to collect it when the child destined to leave is 13 or 14, to be sure to be able to send it abroad before he turns 18. And there are those who sell the cow, some the tractor, those who make debts. In Italy many problems await.

Cecilia Ferrara
Cecilia Ferrara

Language: Italian

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