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Donations in Venezuela are necessary to help fight the humanitarian crisis in that country
The lack of food, medication, job opportunities, added to the crisis and political instability, are some factors why today Venezuela is mired in one of the worst humanitarian crises of this century.
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Against this, it is important to increase and allow the entry of donations and prevent the situation from worsening.
From LatinAmerican Post, we believe that the income from this type of aid goes beyond being a political reason. It is essential to focus attention on trying to meet the needs that currently affect the quality of life in the country.
And how can we achieve that? We as Latin Americans have to help, we cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the problem. If donations are not allowed, the lives of around 300,000 Venezuelans would be even more at risk. Faced with this bleak panorama, we must reach out to those who suffer, helping them to bear the burden; by understanding them.
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In LatinAmerican Post we invite all our readers to look for ways to help Venezuelans since the change can also start from us. Let's try to put aside the prejudices that are faced in this situation and focus more on the human. There are thousands of people whose basic human rights are being violated. There are thousands of Venezuelans, including children, who are suffering from malnutrition due to lack of food; of treatable diseases, for lack of medicines; thousands are those who do not have a job due to lack of opportunities.
If we begin to help, to donate, no matter how small, we will be generating a change; since with these aids, we can contribute to restore the rights and welfare of a population that is at risk, which is vulnerable.
Although with donations we are not going to show a radical or immediate change, the fact that we start with something can create a large chain of humanitarian donations that help guarantee and change the basic living conditions of the Venezuelan population.
This is how we highlight and reiterate the importance of uniting ourselves as a Latin American people since it would not be the first time that together we express our solidarity. The situation in Venezuela has to stop being alien, let's stop politicizing the aid and start really implementing them.
LatinAmerican Post | Editorial Team
Translated from "En Venezuela son primordiales las ayudas humanitarias"