The peak of the Covid-19 in Venezuela could take place between June and September 2020, according to a study recently published by the Venezuelan´ s Academy of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
Even though there have been only 400 cases, as stated by local medical doctors and the international press, the Academy considers that “the country need to prepare for the impact that could represent between 1,000 and 4,000 new daily cases during the peak of the pandemic. The report explains that the official numbers might not be completely clear. The real numbers could be from 63% to 95% higher than those registered until April 23. It considers there is an urgent need to amplify the number of diagnostic PCR tests, and not the sort of quick testing, to asses the real magnitude of the pandemic. It recommends decentralising the diagnostics capacity to different areas of the country.
Concerned by this threat, the Healing Venezuela ambassadors are holding a Covid-19 fundraising campaign. You can find it here. Your donation will allow us to distribute PPE kits across the country in an effort to protect the Venezuelan population.
It's difficult to grasp the scale of the change we have been going through in the last few months. The new challenge imposed by Covid-19 will test yet again the impoverished and defenceless Venezuelan population.
On February 26th at the Virgin Money Haymarket Lounge in London we had our Annual General Meeting where we discussed our results for 2019 and our goals for 2020.
2019 was a fantastic year at Healing Venezuela with income growth of 40% and a corresponding increase in the support we can give to Venezuela. As ever, we are truly grateful for the generosity of our donors.
During the summer Healing Venezuela continued working and have some good news to share. Read the summary of what we have achieved thanks to your support.
Healing Venezuela interim financial accounts for the first half of 2019
Although the political conditions in Venezuela continue to be uncertain, we’ve had a very successful quarter thanks mostly to our donors and our Venezuelan partners.
The news from Venezuela is bad and not getting any better. Refugees have overwhelmed the region's neighbours, blackouts have produced more disruptions and deaths, and the political scene -which seemed clearer at the beginning of the year- is as confusing as ever.
On the 15th of January at the Royal College of Surgeons in London we had our AGM where we presented 2018 results. It was a very exciting opportunity to meet old and new friends and to share with them our achievements and the challenges we face in 2019 both in Venezuela and in the UK.
At the end of a very successful year at Healing Venezuela, we are humbled by all the support and solidarity we have received from so many of you. Too many to mention in a short email.
At the end of the third quarter, Venezuela continues its downward spiral, but international pressure is mounting and the Government is starting to show some signs of openness to foreign aid. As always, we hope that the country will recover soon.
As you might have read in the press and social media, at the end of the second quarter of 2018, the news from Venezuela is alarming. Our families and friends there are struggling to cope with the crisis and the less fortunate are facing the worse humanitarian crisis that our country has ever had. We, at Healing Venezuela, are determined to make a difference and here is a summary of what we have achieved to in the second quarter of 2018.
We had a successful first quarter, both from a fundraising point of view and because we achieved our objectives.
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