HELP VENEZUELA STOP HUNGER NOW

HELP VENEZUELA STOP HUNGER NOW

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Help children, families and communities who need it, break the circle of hunger by offering people of all ages, a decent meal every day, until they are able to find the means to feed by themselves.

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8 months ago

The Fifth Day Venezuela blackout: Plunged into Darkness Continues
A widespread electrical blackout in Venezuela began on 7 March 2019 at 4:56 pm local time (GMT-4). The largest power outage in the history of Venezuela. The blackout affected the electricity sector in Venezuela in most of its 23 states, causing serious problems in hospitals and clinics, industry, transport and in water service. On 12 March, power returned to some parts of the country, but Caracas remained only partially powered and western regions near the border with Colombia remained dark.The blackout has yet to be fully resolved as of 14 March. Maduro's government attributes the blackout to a sabotage. Experts and Venezuelan National Electricity company Corpoelect sources attributes the blackout to lack of maintenance.

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Help children, families and communities who need it, break the circle of hunger by offering people of all ages, a decent meal every day, until they are able to find the means to feed by themselves.

The Fifth Day Venezuela blackout: Plunged into Darkness Continues (VIDEO)

Venezuela blocks US aid transports | DW News (VIDEO)

BBC HARDtalk on the road in Venezuela (VIDEO 1)

FOOD CRISIS IN VENEZUELA GETTING WORSE - No End In Sight To Economy Collapse (VIDEO 2)

Thanks to all, for the understanding of our cause to Help Venezuela Stop Hunger Now.

At this moment, Venezuelan government is as close as it can be compared, to the 55 years of Fidel Castro's Cuban dictatorship revolution or even worse.One of the worst economic problems in Venezuela is that it is legaly prohibited the free market of purchase and sale of foreign currancies.

Our national currency, the bolivar, due the political and economical problems, is suffering an every day devaluation with respect to any other foreign currencies.

Hiperinflation is out of control making the prices of goods and services raise to a point where it becomes very dificult almost impossible, with the current Venezuelan salaries, to buy basic groceries.

Since we are located right in the Venezuelan border with Colombia, we are able to freely exchange every day the foreign currencie of the USD funds raised in our campaign to Bolivars.

The first target is to buy in the local market, with all the raised funds in USD freely exchanged in Bolivars, enough basic groceries to prepare and donate to the people of all ages in need, free meals every day.

The second target is to buy in the local market enough basic groceries, in order to donate to all local charity organisations capable to prepare and feed people in need of all ages with free meals.

The third target is to mantain a basic nutritional medical check-up program to keep track of the people in need of food to know how is their health in terms of the world basic nutritional standards.

Under this tragic circumstances, we could not sleep tight every night, while our people in Venezuela due to the hunger crisis keep being drag every day to all kinds of illness and death, due to starvation.

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HELP VENEZUELA STOP HUNGER NOW posted a new update:
8 months ago

Update #2

The Fifth Day Venezuela blackout: Plunged into Darkness Continues
A widespread electrical blackout in Venezuela began on 7 March 2019 at 4:56 pm local time (GMT-4). The largest power outage in the history of Venezuela. The blackout affected the electricity sector in Venezuela in most of its 23 states, causing serious problems in hospitals and clinics, industry, transport and in water service. On 12 March, power returned to some parts of the country, but Caracas remained only partially powered and western regions near the border with Colombia remained dark.The blackout has yet to be fully resolved as of 14 March. Maduro's government attributes the blackout to a sabotage. Experts and Venezuelan National Electricity company Corpoelect sources attributes the blackout to lack of maintenance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DifgYCKBNzAA

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HELP VENEZUELA STOP HUNGER NOW posted a new update:
9 months ago

Update #1

Venezuela blocks US aid transports | DW News
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