This photo essay speaks about the drama that thousands of Mexican families suffer, because a daughter, a sister or a mother is missing. Their lives are broken and paralyzed.
The families of missing women and girls are totally helpless because of the negligence, and in a lot of cases the complicity of the police with human trafficking networks.
Their families must often carry out a great part of the investigation to give this information to the policemen assigned to the case.
This drama opens a big wound within the family. This wound will only heal the day that the families find their relatives.