Venezuela in 2022: Building solutions with communities affected by armed violence
2022 was a year of growth, in which we explored new ways of protecting and assisting people affected directly or indirectly by the armed violence in Venezuela. We improved people's access to clean water, sanitation and health care and helped ensure they received the protection they deserved, could maintain contact with their families and earn a living. We also worked to improve the conditions of those in detention and ensure that the dead were treated with dignity and their families received answers.
It is thanks in no small part to the passion and guidance of the people we encountered that we were able to carry out such a wide array of humanitarian projects. Their enthusiasm, resilience, ingenuity and desire to make things better inspired and motivated us to keep going even in the most challenging circumstances.
As in previous years, the Venezuelan Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies collaborated with us on many of these projects, and we helped them to strengthen their capacities.
Learn more about our work in 2022 here
What we did in 2022