Save The Children Describes Efforts To Address Humanitarian Crisis In Venezuela

Save the Children: The Huge Humanitarian Crisis of Venezuela
Save the Children author Zoe Bennell discusses the humanitarian situation in Venezuela, where “deteriorating economic and political conditions” have caused at least four million people to flee the country. Bennell describes a sexual and reproductive health clinic Save the Children opened in a Colombian border town, as well as how the organization is assisting in opening temporary learning centers for children affected by the crisis (9/9).

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