Colombia has received more people fleeing Venezuela’s ongoing humanitarian, political and economic crisis than any other nation. The influx is overwhelming the country’s health-care system and inciting major health concerns.
What's New in Colombia
3 Portraits of Displacement: The Reality of Life as a Venezuelan Refugee
Nearly 4 million Venezuelan women, children and men have fled economic and political turmoil in their country. Thousands cross the border to Colombia every day, forging ahead into uncertainty – each with their own story and hope for a new future.
Field Update: Venezuelan Families Struggle Amid Worsening Conditions
Christine Bragale, Project HOPE’s head of public engagement, visited Project HOPE’s programs in Cúcuta, Colombia and shares what she’s seeing.
Olympusat joins forces with NATPE’s LA Screening Independents 2019, Jencarlos Canela, and Project HOPE to bring humanitarian AID to Venezuelan Children
Olympusat Inc., one of the largest independent media companies specializing in the ownership, distribution, production and technical services of Spanish and English-language networks, joins forces with Jencarlos Canela, Project HOPE and NATPE to bring humanitarian aid to Venezuelan children with a charity concert at NATPE’s LA Screenings Independents (LASI) Official Welcome Cocktail Party.
Venezuelan Crisis Update: Situation Worsens as HOPE’s Medical Team Deploys to Colombia
Thousands of displaced Venezuelans are still pouring across the border with Colombia each day, escaping extreme food and medicine shortages and exponential inflation. As Project HOPE continues to scale up its health care service provisions in border regions, our team on the ground reports on how the Colombian health care system is handling this significant spike in patient volume.