Eric Huxley – Country Director, Samaritan’s Purse, Colombia

The brilliance of TodoSomos is in the way they are able to humanize an unprecedented refugee crisis while also offering a tangible way for their audience to interact with the material on an emotional as well as intellectual level. Having led humanitarian projects for the past several years along the Venezuela-Colombia border, it has been impossible for me to transmit the thousands of personal interactions I’ve had with Venezuelan refugees as they seek a new life in another

Steve Hide — Head of Mission Médecins sans Frontières, Colombia

TodoSomos gives voice to the ongoing tragedy of Venezuelan migrant families trudging the roads of Colombia searching for peace and security. This is one of the world’s largest untold humanitarian crises, affecting tens of thousands of the most vulnerable people, made now worse by the covid-19 outbreak and economic decline of both their host and home country. I have seen first-hand the impact of this disaster – both in Venezuela and Colombia – and the heartbreaking scenes of

On the edge of one crisis comes another

notes from Cúcuta at the Venezuelan border with Colombia From:  Douglas Lyon MD (Director TodoSomos) Date:  March 21, 2020 It’s the things we don’t see, the things I don’t see that worry me the most – the things that are out of sight and out of mind while we are preoccupied with the other.  Decisions followed by edicts and orders and mandates, as we see with the government response to the Corona virus outbreak can be life saving. 
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