ColombiaWhat still needs to be done? "Although the government of Colombia has extended extraordinary support to Venezuelans, conditions remain dire for many, " says IRC country director Marianne Menijvar. Just over 1 percent of Venezuelans have access to health care. Thousands live in overcrowded rooms that expose them to many dangers. They are unable to access clean toilets or provide enough food for their families. And many children are missing out on education. More humanitarian funding is needed before this crisis deepens further. The IRC’s work in Colombia is more critical than ever as the country struggles to support hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans affected by economic crisis and conflict. We pledge to put the needs of those most affected by crisis, specifically women and girls, at the forefront of our efforts and to achieve measurable improvements in the following areas: Safety People should be safe in their communities and receive support when they experience harm.
To that end, the IRC launched the “Familias hacen la diferencia” (Families make a difference) program, which provides case management and psychosocial support services for children who have been harmed or are at risk of being harmed. It also works with parents to reduce violence in the home and community. The IRC is also providing programming to ensure that women and girls who have survived violence are safe and receive the support they need to recover and grow. Economic Wellbeing People should have the means to meet basic needs; they should have opportunities to earn an income and build their assets.
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