Children’s rights do not have borders

Hyperinflation, unemployment, lack of food and medicine, collapse of transportation, among other very serious problems, affect the Venezuelan population on a daily basis, including children and adolescents. As a result of this crisis, more than 860,000 Venezuelan citizens have arrived in Peru in a vulnerable situation.

Since 2018, our humanitarian response program aims to provide assistance to meet the basic needs of Venezuelan children in Peru and their families, as part of our actions to ensure the exercise of all children’s rights.

45% of the migrants arrive into Peru accompanied by children and/or adolescents

4 out of 10 Venezuelans experience discrimination during their migratory journey

9 out of 10 migrants do not have the resources to buy food at their arrival in Peru

33% of Venezuelans in Peru lost their sources of income during the State of Emergency

FOR ALL OF THIS, WE ARE INTERVENING IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

Protection

Nutrition and Health

Education

Livelihoods

Cash Transfer Program

Gender-based violence

Shelter

Food Security

Social Inclusion

Our Areas of Intervention

In , to date we have supported:

ícono niños
Boys
ícono niñas
Girls
ícono adulto
Men
ícono adultas
Women

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