Key Figures

Projected Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants in the Caribbean in 2022
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Proyecciones Blanco
223K
Aruba 19K
Curaçao 19K
Dominican Republic 121K
Guyana 29K
Trinidad & Tobago 34K
01 Jan 2022
People in Need (Venezuelans and Host Community)
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PiN Blanco
204K
Aruba 21.2K
Curaçao 19K
Dominican Republic 99K
Guyana 29.5K
Trinidad & Tobago 35K
01 Jan 2022
People Targeted (Venezuelans and Host Community)
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Target Blanco
111K
Aruba 6.7K
Curaçao 12K
Dominican Republic 54K
Guyana 13.6K
Trinidad & Tobago 24.5K
01 Jan 2022
Budget Requirements (USD)
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Requerimientos financieros
$68.4M
Aruba $5.3M
Curaçao $7.3M
Dominican Republic $24.4M
Guyana $10.6M
Trinidad & Tobago $21M
01 Jan 2022

About the Caribbean Subregional Coordination Platform

The Caribbean Subregional Coordination Platform was established in 2018 to link the 5 National Platforms of Aruba, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago with the regional response. The Platform aims to promote the coordination of the RMRP activities to ensure the assistance, integration, and protection of refugees and migrants, and jointly deliver an effective and efficient humanitarian response to their material needs, in complementarity with and reinforcing each country’s government’s response.

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Highlights

One pager, Response Plan
2022 RMRP Caribbean Two-pager
07 Dec 2021

Summary of the situation, planning scenario, and response priorities for the Refugee and Migrant Response Plan for 2022 in the Caribbean Sub-region …

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Report
Caribbean RMRP - 2021 Mid-year Report
23 Aug 2021

2021 has been marked by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination campaigns to mitigate them. For R4V partners, most of the work in the…

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Factsheet
R4V Caribbean Subregional Coordination Platform Structure
12 Jan 2021

Organigram showing the coordination structure of the R4V Subregional Platform

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One pager, Factsheet
2022 RMRP Caribbean Partners
07 Mar 2022

Overview of appealing partners to the 2022 Caribbean RMRP; 3W showing the partners with activities in each sector.

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Documents

Report
Cover Caribbean R4V Sitrep April 2022
R4V Situation Report - Caribbean - April 2022

Escalation of raids and detentions of Venezuelans in Aruba. Refugees and migrants registered in Curacao for the “Responsible Integration" program. R4V partners in the Dominican Republic supported  microbusinesses run by Venezuelan refugees and migrants within the framework of the Inclusive Cities project. R4V partners reported a 45% increase in the number of refugees and migrants requesting accommodation assistance in Guyana. Less asylum-seekers have been registering with one R4V partners since April 2021 in Trinidad and Tobago.

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10 June 2022
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Cover Caribbean R4V Sitrep March 2022
R4V Situation Report - Caribbean - March 2022

Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba and the Dominican Republic hosted national launches for the 2022 Refugee and Migrant Response Plan. Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) results were released for Trinidad and Tobago. Partners in the Dominican Republic continue to provide support to the Venezuelan population participating in the normalization plan.

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18 May 2022
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Cover Caribbean R4V Sitrep February 2022
R4V Situation Report - Caribbean - February 2022

The results of an R4V Study on the protection situation of Venezuelan refugees and migrants in the Caribbean were published. COVID-19 related restrictions were eased in all countries in the sub-region.   

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21 April 2022
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News

Article
Venezuelan empanadas, the flavours of integration in the streets of Chaguanas
13 Apr 2022

Jose Ricardo Diaz Madrigal and his wife Isabela Alicia Moreno*, arrived in Trinidad and Tobago from Venezuela seven years ago. They were seeking a…

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Luis Hernández, a Venezuelan teacher and friend bridging language and culture between Trinidadians and migrants
06 Apr 2022

Luis José Hernández Alemán arrived in Trinidad four years ago, in July 2018, from a small town called Pariaguan, just south of Anzoátegui State in…

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Video
IOM Trinidad and Tobago continues its electronic tablet distribution to help bridge the digital divide faced by both migrant and local children
05 Apr 2022

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Video
Meet our partners: Famia Plania Curaçao
30 Mar 2022

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Regional Contacts

COORDINATION
Livia Manente Maria Chiara Massetti

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