In Venezuela, people fear the night, and the cops are not much help.
Hospitals lack 80% of medicines.
As the country collapses, children are dying of hunger.
Economic crisis has left many families unable to send their kids to school.
Sick people are taking dog medicine because pharmacies are empty.
Basic services such as electricity and water are either rationed or unavailable.
Venezuelans try to protect themselves. But adapting to insecurity means they are losing their freedom.