One of the most affected and needy groups in Colombia are the Venezuelan and Colombian populations at the border. Facing this situation, we activated our work to bring them help and support in Cúcuta and Vía del Caminante. With the help of our volunteers, we provided medical, gynecological and dental care, and delivered pantries, medicines, mats, personal hygiene items, blankets, backpacks and clothing. On the other hand, a first aid workshop was given to 80 migrants in Cúcuta to prepare and train them in risk situations. We managed to help 3,000 people directly!
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