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Glendy Jimenez, 28, born in Chiapas, Mexico, while the community was there as war refugees, cleans up the area near her unit at the Single-Family Transitional Shelters while her daughter Saylin Camposeco, 8, watches her. She states: ''We haven't gone back to La Trinidad because we're scared of the volcano, and to protect our kids. It has been very active, and now with the rains, itís dangerous. There are new causeways that were created during the eruption and all that ash can come down anytime. My husband has been lucky to continue working a bit during the pandemic, so we are here most of the time. But yes, se do go back to watch our crops and tend the coffee a bit, we have no option.''