For several years, a series of multifaceted factors have been prompting people to leave Venezuela and seek better living conditions for themselves and their families in other countries. The political, economic, and social crisis in Venezuela and the region are contributing to the accelerated deterioration of the situation of food insecurity, limited or no access to basic services, lack of employment opportunities, absence of protection systems (especially for children and adolescents), violence, and xenophobia experienced by vulnerable Venezuelan people.
Since 2019, World Vision has served more than 1.9 million people inside and outside Venezuela who are in a vulnerable situations. From April to June 2023, more than 60,000 thousand people have been served.
This is the situation report published by "Hope without Borders," World Vision's Multi-Country Response to the Venezuela Crisis. It highlights the current situation of vulnerable Venezuelan people, both inside and outside the country, as well as the main actions and our response in the second quarter of 2023 in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.