Thank you for hosting Venezuelans

Thank you for hosting Venezuelans


[TEXT: More than 4.6 million Venezuelans have been forced to flee
their country.] [TEXT: Thank you for your generosity in hosting Venezuelans] [TEXT: alongside 15 other neighboring countries in the region.] [TEXT: Your kindness and support allow people like Luisa and her
daughters] [TEXT: to live a better life until they are able to return to
Venezuela.] They detected breast cancer in me, and I said:
“If I stay here in Venezuela, I am going to die.”
[TEXT: Luisa Rojas, Venezuelan] Venezuela is experiencing a general power outage, people are dying
who need dialysis, people with cancer like me. I was lucky enough that I was able to get out and fight, and I feel
bad, and my head hurts, my breast hurts, but I put my girl in the sling, and I go to
the trolley, with the greatest hopes, thinking that my daughters can have the chance to eat well here. [TEXT: Luisa was able to bring one daughter with her,] [TEXT: but she still had two daughters left behind in Venezuela.] I brought an entrepreneurship plan, in order to support me while I
was here, to be able to pick up my girls in Venezuela. I worked from 5:30 in the morning until 11 at night, and I was able
to go get them. For Venezuelans, everything has been falling apart little by little. And I always want to be smiling, and I want to be relaxed, and I want to say, “At least I was able to get out,” and I want to have hope that Venezuela is going to come out of this. [TEXT: Thank You
#Venezuela
#EstamosUnidosVE] [TEXT: Produced by the U.S. Department of State]

One thought on “Thank you for hosting Venezuelans

  1. Thank you for hosting me in your country US. Thanks to this country and the generosity of many Americans I can send help to my family in Venezuela. God bless America and God bless Venezuela!

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