How can local health services overcome disparities between Venezuelan migrants and Colombian nationals in access to essential healthcare services?
Questions of how to reach marginalized vulnerable groups, including migrants and internally displaced people, will continue to be critical for many governments around the world in the aftermath of COVID-19. This study used data from 6 different databases across 60 municipalities in Colombia to generate insights on how Venezuelan migrants accessed healthcare during the pandemic, and the impacts of public health policies, to inform local health services planning and decision-making.
The study found:
Photo credit: Venezuelan women and children staying the night in tents next to the Red Cross health centers. © European Union (Photographer N. Mazars) 2018 (Source: Flickr)
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