Contribución para el Portal de la ANM por: Lilia Cruz, Individuo de Número, Sillón XIX. ORCID: 0000-0001-6405-1059. 25/03/2022
This report was prepared by faculty and students from the Center for Humanitarian Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Contributors from Johns Hopkins include lead author Dr. Shannon Doocy, Dr. Kathleen Page, Ms. Charissa Liu, Dr. Victoria Chou, Ms. Hayley Hoaglund, and Dr. Daniela Rodriquez. Inquiries can be directed to Shannon Doocy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The research was supported financially by the Simon Bolivar Foundation.
The political and economic crisis that Venezuelans have endured over the past five years has impacted
all facets of life and has had widespread ramifications across many sectors. The COVID-19 pandemic
has further exacerbated the situation, with respect to health and food security. While relatively little
data is available from Venezuela and many questions and limitations surround the available evidence,
humanitarian response planning and decision-making must rely on currently available information
despite its limitations. This report summarizes the health situation in Venezuela using data sources
available thru October 2021 with the aim of informing humanitarian health programming