A strong voice echoes in the Tancredo Neves Shelter in Boa Vista, Roraima. A different, striking singing. Anderson, the owner of that unmistakable voice, is a young Venezuelan refugee who, like others, arrived in Brazil in search of new possibilities for his life, in search of a dream. For art there are no borders.

He waited for a month and a half at the Boa Vista bus station until he got a place at a shelter. And it was there that the missionaries of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF) discovered his talent and are encouraging him to get a school certificate so that ways may open up and he is able to develop all his potential for lyrical song.