Venezuela is facing a severe crisis marked by power outages, supply shortages, sanctions, and political turmoil, leaving millions unable to access basic necessities. We are actively addressing these pressing needs by providing immediate food aid to starving families and developing sustainable farming projects to ensure local communities have access to food and job opportunities.
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Search and Preemptive Love’s programming In Mexico leans heavily towards emergency response –
that includes health services, food relief, and agriculture projects.
Search and Preemptive Love aims to weave Community programming into all programs.
Power cuts, supply crises, sanctions, political turmoil, and the rapid devaluing of the Venezuelan currency has left an entire country on the brink of collapse. Venezuela’s economy is the worst it’s ever been. What was left of its fragile healthcare system collapsed when COVID-19 hit in 2020.
Life’s bare essentials like food, fuel, medicine, and water are impossible to come by for millions of Venezuelans, many of whom make a monthly wage that barely buys a dozen eggs, due to massive inflation. By 2015, one in six Venezuelans had to leave the country to find work—and they’re the ones lucky enough to be able to move. 7.1 million Venezuelans have fled violence, insecurity, and economic devastation. Venezuela is now the poorest nation in Latin America. In some of the places we work, 75% of families go hungry.
All of this in a country that sits on the largest known oil reserves in the world.
Food security is a major concern in Venezuela. A generation of children are growing up malnourished, and more people are resorting to violence just to eat. Search and Preemptive Love are getting starving families the food they need, as quickly as possible. While addressing immediate hunger, Search and Preemptive Love are also working to develop sustainable farming projects to provide local communities with food and jobs. Setting up a mobile clinic has also kicked off, so those on the margins can get the care they so desperately need.