the actual situation of Venezuelan households in terms of food security, nutrition and child protection, World Vision launched an in-depth needs survey in cooperation with local organizations. The results found that 70% of Venezuelan families are facing moderate hunger, and severe hunger causes 30% of children to have a height-to-age ratio below the average, which means that children cannot get enough nutrition, resulting in intellectual, physical and mental development. irreparable damage. In addition, the survey found that 20% of the refugees who fled would leave their children alone in the country,
resulting in social problems such as child protection and intergenerational parenting. This not only presents the impact of the economic crisis on local families, but also allows us to see the outlines of children who are in urgent need of help. After Prosperity: Vulnerable Children Denied Basic Rights to Life It may be hard to imagine that Venezuela, which sms services is now facing economic difficulties, used to have a comprehensive social welfare system including medical care, education, housing, etc. In the past, despite the problem of inequality between the rich and the poor,
people's lives are still stable. Guest Professor Yang Jianping analyzed that the difference between heaven and hell between the present and the past is actually due to the unique oil output of Venezuela: In the golden age of soaring international oil prices in the past, Venezuela relied on oil exports to obtain huge profits to support the country's huge expenditure. According to the investigation of international organizations, the policy strategy at that time did reduce the problem of inequality between the rich and the poor.