Key Figures

RMRP 2020 - People in Need and Targeted
Image
Target Blanco
People in Need 249,900
People Targeted 75,360
31 Dec 2020
RMRP 2021 -Budget Requirements
Image
Requerimientos financieros
USD 46.1 M
Requirements for the Response Plan RMRP 2021- Chile Chapter
10 Dec 2020
RMRP 2021 - Project Population
Image
Proyecciones Blanco
479,000
Project Venezuelas Refugees and Migrants in Chile in 2021
10 Dec 2020
RMRP 2021 - People in Need and Targeted
Image
PiN Blanco
People in Need (PIN) 370,000
People in Targeted 143,000
10 Dec 2020

A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY…. ABOUT THE CHILEAN COORDINATION PLATFORM

In April 2018, the UN General Secretary gave the instructions to IOM and ACNUR in order to lead and coordinate the regional response to the situations of Venezuelans refugees and migrants, who look for the access of rights and basic services, protection, as well as self-sufficiency and economy integration. Consequently, the Inter-Agency Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela was established as a forum for coordinating the response and joining efforts in 17 Latin America and Caribbean countries, with the particularly approach of achieve coherence and consistence throughout the response.

At the national and sub-regional level, the Regional Platform is complementary with the local coordination mechanisms. The nationals and sub-regionals platforms dedicated, which work closely with local governments, they are in charge of the operational coordination and the implementation of The Refugee and Migrant Response Plan. Chile since 2019 had been part of the Conosur Platform with Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay y Paraguay.  However, due to the increasing number of refugees and migrants in the country, Chile became in the third country to receive a larger number of Venezuelans in the Latin American region. Under this frame, Chile has created an Independent National Platform since 2020, which is dedicated to the territory implementation of the Plan with 17 active partners; eight international organizations: UNHCR, IOM, UNICEF, UNAIDS, WHO/PAHO, ILO and UN Women; in addition to nine civil society organizations: International Red Cross Federation (IFRC), INCAMI, Scalabrini Foundation, Vicaría de Pastoral Social de Caritas, Fundación de Ayuda Social de las Iglesias Cristianas, FASIC and ASOVEN. Between January and March 2021, the National Platform has reached 29,633 Venezuelans beneficiaries.

Documents

Data and statistics
Document image
REGIONAL CASH WORKING GROUP-R4V- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The Regional Interagency Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela recognized the need to create a product-oriented Regional Working Group on Cash-Based Interventions, which aims to support national / sub-regional platforms and country-level working groups under the regional platform umbrella while recognizing the leadership of country-based responses (ToR, 2019).

Downloads:
2
Published:
16 September 2021
Tags:
Training Material cva
Report
Cover Regional SitRep April - June 2021
R4V Regional SitRep: April - June 2021

Situation Report covering main developments and response highlights from April to June 2021 of RMRP partners in 17 countries of the R4V regional response. 

Downloads:
105
Published:
30 August 2021
Tags:
Situation Reports sitrep regional RMRP 2021 r4v
Report
Document image
IOM-MPI: Socioeconomic Integration of Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees: The Cases of Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru

To examine the socioeconomic integration of Venezuelan migrants and refugees, this report analyzes data from the International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix, as well as a variety of other surveys and studies. This report offers a sociodemographic profile of Venezuelans in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, which together host more than 70 percent of the total Venezuelan migrant and refugee population worldwide. It also explores several key dimensions of integration for Venezuelans in the five countries—levels of economic inclusion, education, access to health care, and social cohesion.

Downloads:
81
Published:
29 July 2021
Tags:
Data & Statistics Situation Reports
Guía
Document image
Guía informativa sobre políticas de emprendimiento para personas migrantes y refugiadas

Esta guía sostiene que el emprendimiento puede ser una forma eficaz de incluir a las personas migrantes y refugiadas en las economías locales, compartiendo sus conocimientos y espíritu emprendedor, y creando nuevas oportunidades de mercado y redes transfronterizas. El emprendimiento también puede formar parte de las soluciones a largo plazo necesarias para hacer frente a las consecuencias de los grandes movimientos de personas desplazadas por la fuerza, además de las importantes medidas que se han adoptado para hacer frente a los efectos inmediatos de las crisis humanitarias. La creación de oportunidades económicas para todos y todas, con el propósito de no dejar a nadie atrás, es una de las prioridades principales de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible de la ONU. Uno de los mecanismos para lograrlo es, por tanto, la promoción del emprendimiento.

Downloads:
36
Published:
28 July 2021
Tags:
Material de entrenamiento
View all documents
Type of view
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
 
 
 
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
 
 

Last news

Article
Learning English as a second language
06 Sep 2021

Minutes before the clock strikes the time for her lesson to begin, Charlotte is sitting eagerly in front of her mobile device, books and pens at the…

Read article
Artigo
Plataforma R4V parabeniza Operação Acolhida por mutirão de vacinação contra a COVID-19 entre refugiados e migrantes venezuelanos
11 Aug 2021

Com apoio da Prefeitura de Boa Vista, a Operação Acolhida reforçou a vacinação contra COVID-19 de pessoas refugiadas e migrantes abrigadas na cidade…

Read article
See all news

Social Media - IOM Chile

SOCIAL MEDIA - UNHCR SURAMERICA

Partners - National Platform Chile