Relief, Resettlement, Development

Over 5.7 million Venezuelans have left their country.

The Journey of a Venezuelan Refugee

The most desperate Venezuelan refugees cross the border with absolutely nothing, not even $30 that would buy them an 18-hour bus ride to the capital, Bogota. Left with no other option, they walk.

The Journey of a Venezuelan Refugee

The most desperate Venezuelan refugees cross the border with absolutely nothing, not even $30 that would buy them an 18-hour bus ride to the capital, Bogota. Left with no other option, they walk.

Recent Blogs

Christo Rey: A new project towards inclusion for Venezuelan children

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In June of 2022 OTGI started participating in a local...

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July Fundraiser

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Two of our volunteers, Tabatha and Jenny, have created a fundraiser to raise money to buy clothes and shoes for caminantes (refugees). This can often be life-saving if they don’t have sufficient warm clothing for the freezing temperatures.

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The lawyer who couldn’t afford a bus fare

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Currently on a career break from her job as a journalist at BBC News in London, Catherine is volunteering with us for 2 months. Here is a humbling and real account of just one couples story.

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