Skip to content

Climate Migration: Honduran Couple Flee Amid Storms, Threats

Hondurans Ana Morazan, left, holds her dog, Jabibi, as she and her boyfriend Fredi Juarez, sit in their tent inside a migrant shelter Friday, May 20, 2022, in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico. Back-to-back hurricanes destroyed her Honduran home in 2020, forcing her and Juarez to join the millions of people uprooted by rising seas, drought, searing temperatures and other climate catastrophes. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
Hondurans Ana Morazan, left, holds her dog, Jabibi, as she and her boyfriend Fredi Juarez, sit in their tent inside a migrant shelter Friday, May 20, 2022, in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico. Back-to-back hurricanes destroyed her Honduran home in 2020, forcing her and Juarez to join the millions of people uprooted by rising seas, drought, searing temperatures and other climate catastrophes. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
Updated on

Tijuana, Mexico (AP) -- With its cheery unicorn printed case, Ana Morazan's iPhone contains all that's left of what she calls her “other world," referring to her middle-class life before back-to-back hurricanes destroyed her home in Honduras.

There are glam shots of the 42-year-old with blond, salon-styled hair, impeccable makeup and cocktail dresses. And pictures of her as a home health aide in her white medical coat, smiling proudly as a professional who owned her home and was living debt-free.