Esica Garcia Acevedo, 32, holding her nice, Kendy Camilo, 2, and her daughter, Francenny Acevedo, 14, left, on their balcony in Nuevo Occidente, a massive social housing complex, of mostly displaced or forced evicted families, in Medellin, Colombia. 18 family members live in a 70 square meter apartment given to them by the city in order to relocate the family from Moravia, a former garbage dump turned garden. The family's world takes place mostly inside their apartment. The children do not play outside because the parents say its too dangerous with speeding motorbikes and bad neighbors. The family says the city promised parks and programs for the children, but it never came. They often miss their old neighborhood.