Authorities of Chile and Peru must immediately provide protection and lasting security to people trapped in the borderland.
Mas de 5 millones de personas venezolanas han tomado la difícil decisión de abandonar sus hogares debido a la grave crisis humanitaria en Venezuela.
One year into the pandemic, displaced Venezuelans in Peru are struggling and cannot be left behind.
The Center for Global Development and Refugees International launched a report today about COVID-19’s economic effects on Venezuelan refugees in Peru.
Venezuelans in Peru can make positive contributions to the Peruvian economy if given the chance to access work.
The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately impacted displaced Venezuelans in Peru when compared to their hosts.
Read in Spanish Three incredible women—Maria Virginia, Estefania, and Efigenia—are community leaders and changemakers in Peru. Maria Virginia runs a successful business selling tequeños to grocery stores throughout the country. Estefania works in the Peruvian health service industry. And Efigenia is a teacher and life coach. Besides being important members of their communities, all three…
El gobierno peruano debe de actuar rápidamente para incluir a todos los venezolanos en su respuesta nacional para el alivio y la recuperación frente al COVID-19.
Refugees are more likely to work in sectors financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and refugee-hosting countries are projected to experience slower growth in 2020.
Among the more than 800,000 Venezuelans in Peru is Martha Fernandez, a woman who has risen against all odds to protect and empower other Venezuelan women in Peru.