Majorie Edoi sells food from a stand in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince — or she used to, until a conflict with armed gangs cut off the city from suppliers, paralyzed trade routes and pushed the Caribbean country to its highest levels of hunger on record.

The 30-year-old mother of three now sells food out of one of the many makeshift camps for displaced people set up across the city's schools.

But with goods harder to come by, opportunities to provide for her young children are shrinking fast.