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Venezuelans make perilous journey in search of safety
UNHCR is on the ground aiding Venezuelans, but resources are stretched too thin. Your gift will offer hope for a safe future.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has joined over 228 partners in implementing the 2023-2024 Regional Response Plan for Refugees and Migrants (RMRP) with the goal of ensuring a coherent and coordinated operational response to the needs of refugees and migrants from Venezuela.
In close collaboration with host governments, partner organizations, civil society, faith-based organizations and UN agencies (in particular IOM), UNHCR undertakes the following activities:
Learn more about What We Do.
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