The ongoing humanitarian crisis in South America has led to the outflow of more than three million Venezuelans over the last three years into neighboring countries and beyond. This migration has become the largest to affect the Western Hemisphere in modern history. Access to health care, education, food and nutrition, and safety and security begins the growing list of humanitarian aid needed for both the millions fleeing Venezuela and those who have been left behind. The joint UN report assess that $738M USD is currently needed to support those affected by this crisis.
Listen to the recording of our Feburary 27 Coordination Call, featuring insights and reports from the Columbian Ministry of Health, MercyCorps, UN's International Office on Migrants, and Columbian Chamber of Commerce
Learn more about organizations who are currently providing aid on the ground.