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Life-saving Assistance for Vulnerable Venezuelans in Tumbes, Peru

Humanitarian assistance will be provided to 80,000 Venezuelan refugees and migrants. Follow-up actions will be established for highly vulnerable cases (critical food insecurity or health conditions). The arrival is the most vulnerable phase in the migration route, which needs urgent response as there are visible gaps observed by the interagency mission held in July. To follow-up the most vulnerable cases, coordination and agreements will be established with counterparts in Tumbes, Tacna, Piura and Lima.

Technical Assistance for Work Implementation Services to the Regional Government of Tacna (WISTAC)

The project's objective is supporting the improvement of the living conditions of the inhabitants of the Tacna Region through the construction, extension and improvement of health-care related infrastructures, precluding internal displacements in areas with high levels of internal migration, and building better tools supporting the transparency of justice, giving more security, confidence and peace to the population in terms of criminal proceedings, through the delivery of technical assistance services.

Technical Assistance Project for Essalud's Work Management Services - Peru (TAPES)

The project is designed to contribute in executing the Emergency Plan: Aid Action for Health Social Security, as an immediate activity adopted by the Government of the Republic in the field of health aiming to relieve the congestion in the number of pending appointments and their postponement, to reduce the delay concerning the ambulatory and surgical attention, to avoid the lack of beds and litters in hospitals and polyclinics all over the country, as well as to eliminate obsolescence and inoperativeness of medical equipments, so as to benefit the population assured in that system.

Provision of Repair Kits and NFIs to Vulnerable Populations and Returning Families Affected by Floods in Iquitos - Peru

It is estimated that nearly 32,000 houses have been affected by the floods in Loreto region. Having been forced from their homes with little personal effects, these families are living in precarious conditions. Initial visits carried out to the region by several UN agencies as well as non-governmental partners of IOM have identified over 50 collective centres in the areas surrounding Iquitos in which 6,649 people are being sheltered. The response will be focused on preparing affected populations to return to their communities.

Establish and Assist the Government of Peru to Manage Temporary Camps for Vulnerable Persons of the Earthquake Affected Area and Assist Local Populations in Three Main Camps ...(EAGP)

The shelter/camp management cluster faces the challenge of supporting all temporary settlements for as many as 60,000 people living in 40 camps for an estimate time of three months. The camps will be located in the three main affected provinces (Chincha, Pisco, Ica) in the Department of Ica, and will be managed by the National Authority (INDECI) in joint cooperation with the line ministries (Health, Water and Sanitation, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Women and Social Development) as well as by the local government of the Department of ICA.