⚠️This is one of the largest migration crises! ❌37% of Venezuelans live in extreme poverty. 🚷 Over 3.7 million people have fled the country since 2015 The majority of Venezuelans arriving in neighboring countries are families with children, pregnant women, elderly people and people with disabilities.
🚸Children are the most vulnerable group of refugees. In Colombia, their number already reaches over 327,000! ✔️Our team provided parents with blankets, warm hats, pampers, water, food, milk, and milk bottles 🍼 ➡️How can you help? Donate: http://bit.ly/2If3du5 The funds will allow us to take further action - we ask for your support!
Did you know that by the end of 2018: 👥 41.3 million people are living as IDP's as a result of conflict and violence in 55 countries, 🚷 30.9 m people forced to flee their home are most reporting in the 10 countries: Syria, Colombia, Dem. Rep. Congo, Somalia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Nigeria, Ethiopia Sudan, Iraq. ℹ️ Find more info here: Global Report on Internal Displacement 2019 - ReliefWeb ⬇️
💬"Before the crisis, I ate five meals a day, and now I have nothing to eat. In Venezuela, you can no longer eat meat, drink juice or eat dessert," says Ingrid Lugo, who decided to escape due to unemployment and lack of possibility to satisfying basic needs. ...
💦Conflicts and natural disasters destroy the water and sanitary infrastructure, it means worse hygienic conditions and more diseases. In the camp for IDPs in Adado, in Somalia ➡️ we distributed cleaning equipment and we also instruct people how to keep good hygiene practice in difficult conditions with limited access to clean water. Our priority is to provide people with access to clean water and improved sanitation! 🚰
💬"Now there is poverty, misery, hunger" - says Maria Berrientos about the situation in Venezuela. Due to the crisis her family decided to leave their home and escape from the country. ➡️Watch all interview and find out more about the situation of refugees from Venezuela. ✅Support our efforts: http://bit.ly/2If3du5
⚠️ Already nearly 3.7 million people have fled Venezuela in which the violent internal conflict has led to shortages of food, water, power outages, unemployment, and lack of medical care. ➡️Read how risky journey Venezuelans have to take in search of safety in Colombia, where we operate on. ℹ️ More on UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency ⤵️
In Iraq, we provide cash transfers to help the most vulnerable families ➡️Thanks to that, they are able to cover their daily needs by buying what is most needed for them. ✅The ability to make ordinary choices, leading towards the sense of dignity, freedom, and normality - especially when your life has been impacted by conflict. The Project is co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.