Venezuela Crisis Response Update September 2023

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Thursday, February 1, 2024

Explore the "Hope Without Borders" Situation Report, World Vision's Multi-Country Response to the Venezuela Crisis, from July to September 2023. Amid ongoing political, economic, and social challenges in Venezuela and the region, vulnerable populations continue to face heightened levels of food insecurity, limited access to basic services, unemployment, a lack of protection systems (especially for children and adolescents), and the harsh realities of violence and xenophobia.

Since 2019, World Vision has been dedicated to providing support to over 1.9 million individuals inside and outside Venezuela who find themselves in vulnerable situations. The commitment to this cause remains steadfast, with over 82.6 thousand people served in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2023 alone. It's essential to note that 30% of these beneficiaries are girls, boys, and adolescents.

Learn in detail about our actions and responses during this period in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. Join us in our ongoing efforts to bring hope and support to those facing adversity in the region.