Venezuelans in Peru: NGO for the helpline for foreigners
The Venezuelan Union NGO in Peru reported that it will open a web program, which will be broadcast from this April 18 during the nights, to talk with their compatriots.
Oscar Pérez y Martha Fernández, de la ONG Unión Venezolana en Perú, preparan campaña de “abrigo”. (Foto: captura YouTube)
The crisis facing Venezuela has meant that hundreds of its citizens seek respite in other parts of the world. One of them is Peru, which, according to the National Migration Superintendency, currently has around 190,000 Venezuelans in the country. However, regrettable cases have been registered in recent days. A mafia sexually exploited minors and a man lost a leg after throwing himself on the train tracks of Line 1 of the Lima Metro.
Oscar Pérez and Martha Fernández, from the NGO Unión Venezolana in Peru, were present at the Good Days Peru studies and reported that they will provide an anonymous help line to guide and give emotional support to compatriots, especially in the face of recent events. the Panamericana.pe portal.
At the same time they regretted what happened to their compatriots in the metro in Lima, they said they will have a web program that will be broadcast from this April 18 during the night to talk with their countrymen and help them with problems or difficult situations. They will also offer talks to young people so that they will not be deceived and victims of sexual exploitation by trafficking mafias, the report said.
Pérez and Fernández indicated that they are also preparing the “Mi Abrigo” campaign to collect clothing for Venezuelan children. To contact the NGO Unión Venezolana in Peru, users can contact their office located at Avenida Benavides 3082, in the district of Miraflores or through the email firstname.lastname@example.org.