Many people are now trapped in Tijuana at the Mexican border with the US. They need practical support and they need our solidarity.
In October a group of about 3,000 people decided to leave Honduras because life had become unbearable. And they decided to travel as a group because it is a perilous journey.
This became the Migrant Caravan and it grew in size to around 10,000. In the run-up to the US mid-term elections they were called criminals and invaders. This is false.
They have been driven from their homes by a combination of climate change, extreme poverty, shocking violence and a criminal political elite. The migrants are refugees and like all refugees a cross-section of society with many children. They want to work and to build a better life for their families. You can learn more by listening to our podcast with photo-journalist Sean Hawkey who was with the caravan on their journey.