“From the Venezuelan embassy in Panama, we continue to be a solidarity link to continue providing support to Venezuelan families in Panama. After more than 7 months of this difficult situation where the pandemic and the economic crisis has reached and continues to affect our diaspora,” Ambassador Fabiola Zavarce said this Friday.
Although without resources, the embassy does not remain with arms ajar, it looks for alternatives and the way to help the Venezuelans in a situation of vulnerability who call for help to our headquarters.
In this way, through the solidarity sponsors, network of networks, and the ultimate help provided by foundations such as Activados Panama, has enabled the delivery of medicines and milk for infants, and has managed to reach a significant percentage of this needy population.
“We continue working 7 days a week in favor of our Venezuelans, and we are deeply grateful to all those who make these deliveries possible. In the last two days we made another allocation of 95 food aid vouchers in San Miguelito and we continue to do so every week as supplies reach our solidarity partners,” said Zavarce.
The beneficiaries come from the all the provinces of Panama, from east to west and from north to south, both from the municipalities of Panama and San Miguelito. In this group we find people from Acarigua, Bachaquero, Maracaibo, Barquisimeto, Caracas and also many Valencians.
“For us the most important thing is to feel supported, to know that we are not alone, and the money, even if it is a lot or a little, is more than financial help, it is moral support. Thank you, Ambassador, for caring about us”, stated one of the family heads who benefited on this occasion.
The deliveries organized by the embassy of Panama always seek to privilege the most vulnerable population, such as pregnant women, nursing women, people with chronic diseases, etc.
“We continue to bring joy to their tables and tranquility to their homes. We continue to extend a helping hand to our fellow citizens in Panama,” said Ambassador Zavarce at the end of the day.