Monitoring dashboard

Impacts

Magnitude of the emergency in terms of impacts on the scale of humanitarian needs and damage to people caused by the collapse of internal capacities.

Response

Effective reach of people to a humanitarian response that is sufficient and adequate to their needs and rights, wherever they are and without discrimination of any kind.

Complexity

Circumstances and degrees of difficulty of the emergency due to the set of factors that limit, hinder or prevent the society from being able to support itself and recover as soon as possible.

Follow-up reports

March 2022

Third follow-up report on the Complex Humanitarian Emergency in Venezuela following the confinement due to the COVID pandemic, with data and indicators compared between the 3 measurements of impacts on living conditions, food, water and sanitation, basic education and health, at the national level and in 18 states of the country, until March 2022.

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June 2021

Second follow-up report on the Complex Humanitarian Emergency in Venezuela, with measurements of impact indicators on living conditions, food, water and sanitation, basic education and health, at the national level and in 16 states of the country, and assessments of indicators of the humanitarian response and the complexity of the emergency, until June 2021.

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March 2020

First follow-up report on the Complex Humanitarian Emergency in Venezuela, with measurements of impact indicators on living conditions, food, water and sanitation, basic education and health, at the national level, and assessments of indicators of the humanitarian response and the complexity of the emergency, until May 2020.

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Documentation reports

Foto: Sergio González

June 2021

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Foto: Francis Rivera

December 2018

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News

#HumVeNews Guayana hospitals have a 45% deficit of nurses due to labor precariousness | via: @DiarioTalCual Low salaries and loss of benefits of the nursing guild reduced to a minimum the capacity of specialized care. ow.ly/fmgu50ML25V (in Spanish)