Reducing the vulnerability of Venezuelan migrants and refugees in Peru

Tumbes, Lima and Callao   Project aimed at reducing vulnerability, improving food security, and maintaining human dignity of Venezuelan migrants and refugees and host communities. Contact person: lharman@care.org.pe Donor: Strategic partners: Municipalities, health centers, soup kitchens and churches Impact:   10,806 Venezuelan migrants and refugees received humanitarian aid through

Juntos ante el Zika: Together against Zika

Cajamarca (Jaén), Lambayeque, Piura and Tumbes   Pilot project and scaling-up in 15 districts demonstrating reduction of Zika virus and other metaxenic diseases infections through community strategies and peer-to-peer training, aimed at disseminating knowledge about best control practices, with two related strategies. Contact person: lharman@care.org.pe Donor: Strategic partners: Ministry

Come on, Piuranos!

Piura   Helped vulnerable communities and institutions in areas exposed to hydrometeorological hazards to be more resilient to its adverse effects. Contact person: lharman@care.org.pe Donor: Strategic partners: CENEPRED, INDECI, PCM and private institutions including NGOs. COOPI and Radio Cutivalú are part of the consortium Impact: 1,856,809 people benefited. 6,497

Somos Chamos

Tumbes   The project sought to strengthen the capacities of the local public sector to support the Venezuelan diaspora through the replacement of equipment/furniture in health centers that is essential to continue providing services. Contact person: lharman@care.org.pe Donor: Strategic partners: DIRESA Tumbes Impact: Biomedical equipment (furniture, laboratory equipment, computer equipment,