UNHCR / VENEZUELAN REFUGEES APPEAL

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The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) launched a US$1.35 billion regional plan to respond to the increasing humanitarian needs of Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean and the communities hosting them. UNHCR

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FILE - 4 JUNE 2019 RUMICHACA, ECUADOR

1. Pan right, refugees and migrants that had just entered Ecuador from Colombia
2. Med shot, mother with her two children at the Rumichaca side of the border
3. Med shot, refugees and migrants
4. Close up, young girl sleeping on her backpack
5. Med shot, refugee and migrant families waiting for transportation
6. Close up, father sleeping on the floor with his baby
7. Med shot, woman covered in a blanket
8. Med shot, boy covered in blanket
9. Med shot, boy sleeping on luggage
10. Wide shot, refuges and migrants waiting to board buses
11. Pan right, Venezuelan refugees and migrants
12. Med shot, UNHCR team speaking to refugees and migrants from Venezuela
13. Med shot, Venezuelan woman holding baby
14. Med shot, Venezuelan family listening to UNHCR team

FILE - 29 - 31 JULY 2019; 1-2 AUGUST 2019, CÚCUTA – PAMPLONA – PARAMO DE BERLIN – MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA

15. Wide shot, Venezuelans crossing Simon Bolivar Bridge to Colombia
16. Med shot, Venezuelans on the bridge, man in wheel chair
17. Wide shot, Venezuelans arriving in Colombia, Simon Bolivar Bridge, Cucuta
18. Med shot, people dragging luggage on the bridge
19. Close up, Venezuelan young man wearing socks on his hands to keep them warm
20. Wide shot, caminantes
21. Close up, their feet
22. Med shot, child sleeping outside
23. Wide shot, Venezuelans gathering in front of a private shelter
24. Wide shot, Venezuelan caminantes waiting for assistance at a Red Cross center
25. Med shot, Red Cross Aid worker from the back, talking to Venezuelan caminantes
26. Med shot, Red Cross aid worker walking out of a tent where Venezuelans get assistance

FILE - 03 APRIL 2019, COLOMBIA, CÚCUTA

27. Wide shot, support space
28. Wide shot, Venezuelans crossing Rio Tàchira with the help of a rope into Colombia
29. Close up, woman and her child crossing Rio Tàchira being assisted by the Colombian Guardia Civil
30. Med shot, Venezuelans crossing Rio Tàchira via makeshift bridges into Colombia
31. Aerial shot, people exiting and re-entering Venezuela via makeshift bridges
32. Wide shot, people stuck on Simon Bolivar bridge between Colombia and Venezuela
33. Close up, Venezuelan woman crying and drinking water on Simon Bolivar Bridge

STORYLINE:

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) today (13 Nov) launched a US$1.35 billion regional plan to respond to the increasing humanitarian needs of Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean and the communities hosting them.

As of early November 2019, there were approximately 4.6 million refugees and migrants from Venezuela around the world. Nearly 80 percent are in Latin American and Caribbean countries, with no prospect for return in the short to medium term. If current trends continue, 6.5 million Venezuelans could be outside the country by the end of 2020.

The 2020 Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan (RMRP) launched in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, is a coordination and a fundraising tool established and implemented by 137 organizations. These are working across the region, aiming to reach almost four million people - including Venezuelan refugees and migrants and host communities - in 17 countries.

The 2020 RMRP is the result of a wide-ranging field-driven consultation process involving host governments, civil society and faith-based organizations, local communities and donors, as well as refugees and migrants themselves.

The plan includes actions in nine key sectors: health; education; food security; integration; protection; nutrition; shelter; relief items and humanitarian transport; and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). In addition to the emergency response, the 2020 RMRP puts a strong focus on ensuring the social and economic inclusion of refugees and migrants.

The RMRP 2020 is the product of the Regional Interagency Coordination Platform, the coordination mechanism for the response to the Venezuelan refugee and migrant crisis, is co-led by UNHCR and IOM and involving a wide range of UN, NGO and civil society organizations.
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