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2018_Venezuela_Crisis 

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Resource details

Resource ID

51425

Access

Open

Downloads

2

Contributed by

Chandra Prasad

Uploading member

CI Secretariat

Region

South America

Country

Ecuador

Theme

Humanitarian response, Food security and nutrition

Keywords

Conflict, Refugee/displaced people, Refugee camps

Additional Keywords

Nazereth Piloira 27

Credit

PADDY DOWLING

Copyright

Paddy Dowling/CARE

Date Image Taken

05 September 18

Expiration date

-

Embargo Date

-

Orientation

Horizontal

Consent form provided?

Yes

Style

Documentary

Subject Keywords

Women, Woman

Image size

6720x4480

Source

Digital Camera

Camera make / model

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Caption

Nazereth Piloira 27, waits near Carcelen Bus Terminal in Quito near the informal tented settlement with her children waiting for public food donations
Background:Venezuela is currently experiencing the worst crisis in its recent history. As a result of the critical situation of democracy and political rights; and the socio-economic crisis that has worsened alarmingly in recent years, Venezuelans are facing unprecedented levels of extreme poverty, exacerbation of violence and insecurity, and significant deterioration of the quality of life.
Consequently, over 2.6 million Venezuelans have fled into neighbouring countries including Ecuador and Colombia. CARE is currently operational in the Venezuelan border crossing areas and refugee influx points: Quito (province of Pichincha); Tulcan (province of Carchi); Machala and Huaquillas (province of El Oro including mobile service to Guayaquil) and is responding in the areas of Food security and nutrition (in partnership with WFP) providing Health service referral and SRMH through partners, Psychosocial support including legal counselling/information provision and working to reduce risks related to trafficking and women’s rights. CARE Ecuador is also working in Colombia through partners (Jesuit Service for Refugees) supporting the legal counselling to the refugees and providing cash transfers to the more vulnerable families. CARE is calling for 4 million USD to respond to the most urgent needs over the next 12 months.

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