Venezuela Crisis
Venezuelans fight for survival by fleeing to neighbouring countries

According to the United Nations as of May 2020, approximately 5.1 million Venezuelans have fled their homes to seek refuge in neighbouring countries such as Colombia, Brazil Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, and Chile.

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5.1 million Venezuelans have fled their homes to seek refuge in neighboring countries such as Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Chile.

Once considered one of the most prosperous countries in the region, almost 90% of Venezuela's population now live in poverty. 

Before the global coronavirus outbreak caused countries to close their borders, about 5,000 people were crossing every day from Venezuela into neighbouring countries like Colombia and Brazil. Half of them are children. Some travel alone and others with their families, but all are fleeing life-threatening poverty and insecurity to seek a brighter future. Measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 have made families even more vulnerable, in the region and inside Venezuela, where the monthly minimum salary has fallen to less than $2.50.

Venezuela Emergency Map
Where we are working
Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile

Our programs in Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile have helped address the needs of more than 247,346 refugees and migrants and host-community residents since January 2019.

The Situation


Venezuelans Leave Their Country Every Day

5.1 Million

Have fled their homes to seek refuge in


Number of People we plan to support

Venezuelan Children Need Your Help

“Girls and boys, in their tens of thousands, are suffering from the actions, inactions and decisions of adults. Venezuela's children deserve better."
Andrew Morley - World Vision International CEO & President
Venezuelan Migrant Crisis
Venezuela's Children Need Your Help
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