The U.S. has poured aid into Honduras based on a simple hope: If the streets were safer, fewer people would migrate north. That logic has proved false.
This quiet hamlet of grey-walled houses is cut off from rail and expressways.Three years ago, Taiwan’s central government hired a mural artist who painted colorful seascapes on the walls and the ground in public spaces. These paintings brought more than color to the village. They helped revive it.