Entrepreneurship skills for Venezuelan migrants and refugees


CARACAS, Venezuela – International Labour Organization (ILO) chief technical advisor, María Olave, explains how the ILO has provided entrepreneurship training to Venezuelan migrants and refugees in Ecuador and Peru during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Well over five million Venezuelans have become refugees and migrants in recent years, the majority of whom are living in neighbouring countries in Latin America.

The project is funded by USAID and is part of a wider Regional Refugees and Migrants Response Plan (RMRP), which brings together the ILO and other United Nations agencies, as well as NGOs, host governments and civic society.


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