André Rafo, 13, from an Iraqi Christian family sits in the living room of their new home in the United States. He and his family have been in the US for 3 months. They were forced to flee Iraq because they were Christians, they received threats, the church the belonged to was bombed and because André's parents worked for a contracting company that serviced the British Embassy. They spent their resettlement money on basic furniture and a car, but barely have enough to pay their rent.
Madison Heights, Michigan, USA.