Continuing Venezuela exodus and COVID-19 highlights need for global solidarity for most vulnerable

continuing venezuela exodus and covid 19 highlights need for global solidarity for most vulnerable

Sumary of Continuing Venezuela exodus and COVID-19 highlights need for global solidarity for most vulnerable:

  • Datasets compiled in the last year, also indicate that women have become the target of an alarming increase in domestic violence, sexual harassment and abuse, negative coping mechanisms including survival sex, as well as human trafficking..
  • Concerns for the region are growing amid predictions by institutions including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, of an economic contraction of eight per cent in South America over the next two years, the worst economic recession in 120 years..
  • Healthcare shortages “Venezuelans have mostly been included in national health responses, but with hospitals operating at full capacity, access to treatment for other illnesses, including those associated with the winter season, has become ever more challenging,”…

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