diversified economic development. Slide 8 Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio World Vision's response to Venezuela's economic problems is to restore the relationship between communities and the land through the "Home Garden" program. One of the key points of the home garden project actually stems from the aforementioned problem of child hunger. Through the following three gradual processes, from food aid, technical assistance to capacity building of local organizations, the children of many beneficiary families have not only improved their nutrition, but also their parents have become more confident,
and the community in Venezuela has developed even more helpful. 1. Emergency Food Aid Provide immediate food aid to families and children who are in financial difficulties and food insufficiency. 2. Technical assistance to help earn a living. Through sms services workshops, the beneficiary families are taught planting techniques and related materials, including planting techniques, seeds, food techniques, etc., and slowly establish community relations. The process of giving fish and fishing rods is also restoring people to people, The diverse coexistence of people and communities, people and land.
3. Long-term child protection Under the economic depression, problems such as child labor and child marriage have emerged one after another. Therefore, World Vision is also in the process of supporting, strengthening the training of child protection concepts, educating the public on how to prevent children from being exploited, and how to report back to relevant units to prevent exploitation when it occurs. Not only Venezuela, the new crown epidemic hits the global food distribution issue However, the problem of food and poverty is not limited to countries with collapsed economies.