Healing Venezuela has recently been involved in different initiatives related to diaspora organisations engaged in a humanitarian response to the crisis.
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Our masks haven been received by the surgical department at the Dr. Francisco Torrealba in the Guárico state.
Thanks to the donation of our friend Roddy Rodríguez and the Gracithan community in Europe the equipment will benefit the community through the San José medical service.
The newly repaired equipment will benefit hundreds of people at the Bolívar state
Soon after we were nominated as a finalist in the Times Charity Awards 2021, our founder and CEO, Cinzia de Santis, was interviewed at Noti-America UK.
We were delighted and honoured to present to the UK Parliament on 13 April about our work in Venezuela and the challenges that lie ahead
Healing Venezuela had the honour to represent our country at the London New Year’s Parade. The event was covered by Express News UK.
Iria Luz Suarez, one of our senior volunteers, gave an interview to TRT World where she explains the dramatic situation Venezuela is going through
Asia Weekly has interviewed Healing Venezuela and has dedicated this week magazine to Venezuela
A successful vaccination campaign in the UK is bringing hope that at some point life here will get back to normal. But the situation in Venezuela continues to be dire and the tide of refugees is creating even more stress to health systems in neighbouring countries.
Since our last report 3 months ago, in the UK, we are seeing the light at the end of the COVID19 tunnel. But the situation in Venezuela didn't improve. In fact, it got worse.
A very difficult year comes to an end and we are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. We at Healing Venezuela have many reasons to be grateful and positive about 2021 and would like to share with you what we could achieve thanks to your support.
Healing Venezuela interim financial accounts for the first half of 2020
The challenges of the pandemic around the world continue and have only made things worse in Venezuela. Of the total deaths there, 33% are health professionals. Malnutrition has also worsened in the country. Because of this, during Q3 we mainly focussed on delivering PPE to health centres and on continuing and expanding our food programmes.
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