Caring for Families Facing Crisis

Since the start of the Venezuela crisis, Colombia has received nearly 1.5 million Venezuelans — enough to increase the country’s entire population by 3 percent. They’ve come in search of the things they need to stay alive: medicine, medical supplies, and healthcare they could no longer find on the other side of the border. But the huge influx of new patients has overwhelmed the country’s healthcare system.   

A health crisis can strike at any time. When every minute means life or death, Project HOPE is there on the front lines of humanitarian crises that affect the health of the world’s most vulnerable people — in Colombia, and around the world.