By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The profile of refugees and refugees arriving in São Paulo has changed, according to a survey released yesterday (March 22nd) by Caritas, a non-profit NGO of the Catholic Church that works with the global issue.
Among the 3,234 people served by the entity in 2016, women accounted for 36 percent of the total, more than double the thirteen percent registered in 2013. The proportion is growing steadily: in 2015, women refugees and applicants were 27 percent of the public that Cáritas saw.
"In 2013, it was more . . .