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2019_Venezuela_Crisis_Paddydowling 

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Resource details

Resource ID

55851

Access

Open

Downloads

8

Contributed by

Chandra Prasad

Uploading member

CI Secretariat

Region

Southern Africa

Country

Venezuela

Theme

Humanitarian response

Keywords

Conflict, Gender based violence, Hunger/Malnutrition, Refugee/displaced people

Credit

PADDY DOWLING/CARE

Copyright

PADDY DOWLING/CARE

Date Image Taken

03 July 19

Expiration date

-

Embargo Date

-

Orientation

Horizontal

Consent form provided?

Yes

Style

Documentary, Portrait

Focal point

Centre

Subject Keywords

Woman

Image size

6720x4480

Source

Digital Camera

Caption

Venezuala’s Refugees: anti-socials, delinquents & criminals?

Paddy Dowling Humanitarian Photojournalist returns to Columbia and Ecuador where Xenophobia has forced Venezuela’s most vulnerable to a life in the shadows.

Keinya Alvarez, 22, from Zulia in Venezuela sits in the kitchen area of her 12 square metre flat. To the rear of the damp room was a dark space with no windows, a bedroom which had to accommodate five people. “We have all lost our jobs, and we survive on $3 a day to feed all of us. We left our country because there was no food, we were starving and now we are starving again here.”

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