From October 2020 to February 2021, as a part of its built-in safety response, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and Encuentros Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes (hereinafter Encuentros) have carried out a complete of 429 family safety monitoring interviews with Venezuelan displaced inhabitants dwelling within the districts of San Juan de Lurigancho and San Juan de Miraflores of Metropolitan Lima. With a complete of 1,384 assessed displaced individuals, the outcomes of this monitoring have particularly bolstered the Individualised Safety Help (IPA) and referral elements of the safety intervention and it has allowed to determine danger patterns throughout the inhabitants to tell the subsequent part of the mission and the general humanitarian response in Lima. The outcomes and findings of the safety monitoring are introduced beneath. Principal findings of the safety monitoring train may be visualised at this link.
In anticipation of upcoming challenges, you will need to keep in mind that Peru ranks because the second-largest recipient of Venezuelan displaced inhabitants after Colombia, and the biggest host of Venezuelan asylum seekers worldwide. Predictions by UNHCR and IOM mission the whole displaced inhabitants within the nation will attain 1.17 million by the top of 2021.