Untold numbers of Venezuelans traverse the pass as they trek hundreds of kilometres in search of safety in Colombia and beyond.
While many Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia have enrolled in school, without the right papers their futures are at risk
The number of Venezuelan refugees and migrants has now reached 4.3 million and is growing by the day.
UNHCR Chief, Filippo Grandi, concluded a four-day visit to Brazil with an urgent appeal for increased international engagement in the communities hosting Venezuelans
Filippo Grandi’s visit to Chile – the first by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees – comes amidst the largest population movements in Latin America’s recent history
After violence broke out in their native Venezuela, hundreds of members of the Pemon indigenous group fled to a village across the border in Brazil
Colombia has taken a major step in combatting statelessness by ensuring that children born in the country to Venezuelan parents can acquire Colombian nationality.
Thousands of pregnant women who are unable to receive proper pre-natal care have left Venezuela to protect the lives of their unborn babies and their own.
A survey of Venezuelans who have fled their country has found that half of the families interviewed faced or continue to face risks during their journey
Half of Venezuelans who have fled are particularly vulnerable due to their age, health issues, or the choices they had to make to survive.