Children in Venezuela have been going hungry, or even starving. They have been being abandoned by their parents for lack of money to feed them, going without basic needs, missing their educations, and coming under the control of human traffickers and criminal gangs.
Imagine a place where grocery stores often are empty, where you might walk 20 kilometers in scorching heat to reach a gas station for fuel for your car, where water or electricity can be off for a week at a time, and where parents have begun to abandon young children on the streets for lack of money to feed them.
This is a compilation of some of the photos taken during our past projects. We chose these photos because we thought they did the best job of giving a quick overview of what our projects have entailed and what we do.
These projects have included Winter Clothes for Refugees, Homes for Children, education for refugee children, and emergency aid for refugee children stranded in humane conditions due to sudden border closures.