Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia

by PAN Corporacion Social
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia
Support to Venezuela Migrant Families in Colombia

Project Report | Apr 25, 2024
"Thanks to PAN, I was able to return to a safe place"

By Natali Romero | Coordinadora de Comunicaciones

Familia Mendez Fuenmayor
Familia Mendez Fuenmayor

English

"I am deeply grateful to the program for the attention and support received; they are my support to carry out my life project and to realize the value I have as a woman. Thanks to PAN, I was able to return to a safe place, so I will put all my effort into moving my daughters forward".

Ana Gabriela

Ana Gabriela's story and her family's are just one among the 44 Venezuelan migrant families actively participating in our program, 'Echando Bolas.' Among these families, there are 193 individuals, including adults, teenagers, and children, all sharing their dreams and hopes on a path filled with challenges.

Our goal is to provide each of them a ray of light amidst adversity, to facilitate their adaptation process in our country, and to ensure that every child and adolescent feels protected and has access to their most basic rights, enabling them to build a dignified and promising future.

On the journey towards regularization, every step is a battle won, every document a triumph that brings us closer to the stability and security we long for. Currently, there are 59 children and adolescents born in Venezuela in the process of regularization in Colombia, while the remaining 33 are children of Venezuelan parents born in Colombia.

Every child and adolescent who gains access to the healthcare system is a victory, a demonstration that together we can overcome any obstacle. At the beginning of the process, 78 children and adolescents and 77 adults were not affiliated with the healthcare system. Currently, 66 children and adolescents and 62 adults are affiliated, while the rest are in the process.

And in the educational realm, every child and adolescent who returns to school is a seed of hope, a promise of a better tomorrow. At the start of the process, there were 28 children and adolescents who were not enrolled in school. Today, all of them have their right to education guaranteed, except for 3 who are waiting for spots in educational institutions near their homes.

Each of the 25 adults who have found employment thanks to the support and accompaniment of the program is an example of perseverance and courage, proof that with effort, dedication, and trust and support from the program, we can build a more prosperous future for everyone.

Between January and March, we have witnessed stories of pain and obstacles, but also of love and resilience. We have provided unconditional support to each family, listening to their concerns, sharing their joys, and helping them find solutions to their problems.

We have conducted 187 consultations related to family crises, parenting guidelines, authority management, individual and family life projects development, rights guarantee assistance routes, and strengthening of affective, economic, and social bonds. We have also provided 42 consultations on regularization issues, writs of protection for rights guarantee, and citizenship procedures.

We know that together, we can make a difference, we can change lives, and we can build a fairer and more humane world for everyone.

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En español:

“Estoy en profundo agradecimiento con el programa por la atención y acompañamiento recibido, son mi apoyo para realizar mi proyecto de vida y darme cuenta del valor que tengo como mujer. Gracias a PAN pude retornar a un lugar seguro, por eso le voy a Echar Bolas para sacar a mis hijas adelante”.


Ana Gabriel de la Hoz

 

La historia de Ana Gabriela y su familia es solo una entre las 44 familias migrantes venezolanas que participan activamente en nuestro programa Echando Bolas. Entre estas familias, hay 193 personas, entre adultos, adolescentes y niños, que comparten sus sueños y esperanzas en un camino lleno de desafíos.

Nuestro objetivo es brindarles a cada uno de ellos un rayo de luz en medio de la adversidad, facilitarles su proceso de adaptación en nuestro país y asegurar que cada niño, niña y adolescente pueda sentirse protegido y contar con acceso a sus derechos más básicos, que les permitan construir un futuro digno y prometedor.

En el camino hacia la regularización, cada paso es una batalla ganada, cada documento es un triunfo que nos acerca un poco más a la estabilidad y seguridad que tanto anhelamos. Actualmente, hay 59 niños, niñas y adolescentes nacidos en Venezuela en proceso de regularización en Colombia, mientras que los 33 restantes son de padres venezolanos nacidos en Colombia.

Cada niño, niña y adolescente que logra acceder al sistema de salud es una victoria, una muestra de que juntos podemos superar cualquier obstáculo. Al principio del proceso, 78 niños, niñas y adolescentes y 77 adultos no estaban afiliados al sistema de salud. Actualmente, 66 niños, niñas y adolescentes y 62 adultos están afiliados, mientras que el resto se encuentran en proceso.

Y en el ámbito educativo, cada niño, niña y adolescente que vuelve a las aulas es una semilla de esperanza, una promesa de un mañana mejor. Al inicio del proceso, había 28 niños, niñas y adolescentes que no estaban escolarizados. En la actualidad, todos tienen garantizado su derecho a la educación, a excepción de 3 que están en espera de cupos en instituciones educativas cercanas a su hogar.

Cada uno de los 25 adultos que han conseguido empleo gracias al apoyo y acompañamiento del programa es un ejemplo de perseverancia y valentía, una prueba de que, con esfuerzo y dedicación, y la confianza y el acompañamiento desde el programa, podemos construir un futuro más próspero para todos.

Entre enero y marzo, hemos sido testigos de historias de dolor y obstáculos, pero también de amor y resiliencia. Hemos brindado nuestro apoyo incondicional a cada familia, escuchando sus preocupaciones, compartiendo sus alegrías y ayudándoles a encontrar soluciones a sus problemas.

Durante los meses de enero a marzo, hemos llevado a cabo 187 asesorías relacionadas con crisis familiares, pautas de crianza, manejo de autoridad, desarrollo de proyectos de vida individual y familiar, rutas de atención en garantía de derechos y fortalecimiento de vínculos afectivos, económicos y sociales. También hemos proporcionado 42 asesorías sobre temas de regulación, acción de tutela para garantía de derechos y trámites de ciudadanía.

Sabemos que, juntos, podemos hacer una diferencia, podemos cambiar vidas y podemos construir un mundo más justo y humano para todos.
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Dec 28, 2023
Fortalecemos familias efectivas y afectivas

By Natali Romero | Project Leader

Aug 30, 2023
Reporte - 2023 familias Venezolanas

By Monica N Riascos Arbelaez | Coordinadora Mercadeo Social

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PAN Corporacion Social

Location: Medellin - Colombia
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Twitter: @corporacionpan
Project Leader:
Natali Romero
Medellin , Antioquia Colombia
$1,600 raised of $3,000 goal
 
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