Venezuela Humanitarian Crisis

6/19/19

Venezuelan Migrants at High Risk for Trafficking and Abuse

LA GUAJIRA, COLOMBIA (June 19, 2019) — Abuse and exploitation of women migrating from Venezuela has reached alarming levels, the leading humanitarian organization CARE has found in a snapshot gender analysis at the Venezuela-Colombia border released today.

2/26/19

CARE: Humanitarian Assistance in Venezuela Should Not be Used as a Political Tool

ATLANTA—CARE President and CEO, Michelle Nunn, issued the following statement on the escalating humanitarian crisis in Venezuela:

12/14/18

CARE Scales Up Response to the Venezuela Crisis, Warns that Venezuelan Women Face Unprecedented Suffering Across Latin America.


QUITO (December 13, 2018) – CARE is scaling up operations across Latin America to meet the huge and increasing needs. It is urgently seeking an addition US $45 million to support people both inside Venezuela and in Ecuador, Colombia and Peru over the next three years. 

9/13/18

Venezuela: Mismatched Migration Policies Leave Displaced People in Dire Conditions Between Borders

QUITO (September 13, 2018) - The international community urgently needs to step up funding and better coordinate their efforts to support hundreds of thousands of refugees from Venezuela, warns aid organization CARE. 

8/22/18

Venezuela is experiencing what could be the worst crisis in its recent history

CARE is appealing for $4 million to meet the immediate needs of those in need in Venezuela and its borders.

8/3/18

Funding for Venezuelan refugees urgently needed

The international community urgently needs to step up funding to support hundreds of thousands of refugees from Venezuela, warns the aid organization CARE.