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The stomach has become accustomed to not getting food

The newly built warehouse is deserted at the border between Colombia and Venezuela. It was built a few years ago, but opened never. The president of venezuela,

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The stomach has become accustomed to not getting food

The newly built warehouse is deserted at the border between Colombia and Venezuela. It was built a few years ago, but opened never. The president of venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has kept the border closed to prevent their countrymen, smuggling of cheap venezuelan gasoline to Colombia. But now you want to Colombia to open the border to bring in the humanitarian aid that the U.S. sent to Venezuela.

"We want Maduro to take away their containers and trucks that block their part of the border," says general Aladino, from the colombian civil defense.

He opens one of the bags that the u.s. assisting authority, USAID sent and picks up canned tuna, spaghetti, coffee, chocolate and toothpaste – products that are no longer possible to get hold of in Venezuela. On the bag it says ”Del pueblo de los Estados Unidos de América”, from the american people.

" the Need is huge. This food will be devoured quickly, " said the general.

the u.s. air force sent three C-17 transport aircraft landed in the colombian border city of Cúcuta, with 3 500 food parcels for malnourished children and 25 000 hygiene kits for families. The idea is that venezuelans who fled to Colombia to carry out assistance on Saturday, but the risk is great for Nicolás Maduro asks his elite troops to stop the help.

" How he do he will lose face. He releases through the assistance allows the regime to the failed economy of the world's most oil-rich country. He releases not through the help so seems he is an evil person who lets his people starve, " says a colombian lagerarbetarna.

Image 1 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Image 2 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Image 3 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Image 4 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Image 5 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Image 6 of 6 Help from the united states have arrived to Cucuta in Colombia. Yet help is not released in Venezuela by the president, who insists that the country's population does not need help. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slideshow

president of the united states Donald Trump has said that the soldiers who stand on the Maduro side ”will lose everything”. His threat is a signal that the united states is considering to provide assistance to a military operation in the country.

the Escalation can be fatal since Russia promised to defend Venezuela because of Russian interests in the country's oil and gas production. According to Maduro, Russia, along with China and Turkey, sent 300 tons of humanitarian aid to the country, but no one has seen the smoke of the broadcasts.

the tense atmosphere at the border of british billionaire Richard Branson has invited some of the world's greatest artists to a free concert in Cúcuta on Friday night. The british singer Peter Gabriel, the Catalan superstar Manu Chao, and the mexican band Maná are some of them that will perform on the stage built up on the broad highway at the border. Välgörenhetsgalan called Venezuela Aid Life and is inspired by Live Aid in London in 1985 recorded 1.5 billion to the nutritional crisis in Ethiopia. The goal of the gala is to collect a billion dollars to the malnourished children in Venezuela.

”I hope that this will be the start of a humanitarian caravan like Berlin,” wrote Francisco Santos, Colombia's ambassador to the united states on Twitter.

In the meantime, the venezuelan collapse is turning to international politics, the continuing flow of migrants across the footbridge to the border city of Cúcuta in Colombia. Every day walk about 6 000 venezuelans across this bridge to buy food, make visits to the doctor or give birth to a child. The bridge has become venezuelanernas lifeline. Many of those fleeing are going to migrate to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru or Chile. Those who cannot afford the expensive bus tickets are allowed to stay in the border town a few days to eat up before returning to Venezuela.

Image 1 of 3 Nurse Geraldine Lopez weighs a girl at the doctor's office in Colombia. Eighty per cent of all children who come are malnourished, or at risk to become malnourished. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slide 2 of 3 A group of people waiting at a doctor's office in the city of Cucuta in Colombia. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slide 3 of 3 Daibelis Briceño is just over a year old and has come from Venezuela to Colombia to get medical care. She is at risk of becoming malnourished. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slideshow

Colombia has donated a piece of land to the united nations high commissioner for refugees UNHCR, who built a modern clinic that is run by the Spanish Red cross, German Humanitäre Hilfe and Norwegian Flyktninghjelpen. In a caravan with the air conditioning working nurse Geraldine Lopez.

"Eighty percent of all children who come are malnourished, or at risk to become malnourished," she says.

At the front of the queue is the father Henrique Gomez from Venezuela. He has with him his three daughters.

– Sometimes we have been unable to find food on a whole day. Then we put us hungry, " he says.

He has lost eight kilos since the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela took off.

– There is not even flour to bake bread.

his four-year-old daughter she finds that the daughter weighs several kilos less than what she should do. The nurse opens a packet with a pink nutrient solution, which she sprays into the mouth on her.

– You must give her this several times a day. Otherwise, she may become malnourished, " says Geraldine Lopez to the father.

Image 1 of 2 Nurse Geraldine Lopez provides nutrient solution to the four-year Endri Gomez. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slide 2 of 2 Nurse Geraldine Lopez provides nutrient solution to the four-year Endri Gomez. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano Slide show

Then rub her down content from a yet package in the girl's mouth.

– the Stomach is accustomed to not getting food. You have to get up and running again, " says the nurse to her father.

What aggravates the health situation is that the daughter also have worm in the stomach. Clean water is now difficult to get hold of for poor families in Venezuela.

"We were afraid that she would dry out so we gave her the water we had," says the father.

When the father leaves the caravan, he also a handful of packages with peanut butter as matersättningsmedel.

" the Nurse said to me that I need to get in her at least three packages a day.

Father put his daughter in the knee and asks his oldest daughter to keep henens province head still. It doesn't work. Highly recommended screaming so that the wan eyes filled with tears.

" I don't want to! I don't want to! I don't want to! she shouts.

their four-year-old daughter's desire and the risk that she will become malnourished. He decides. Provides a steady gaze to his 12-year-old daughter. And takes a firm grip on her daughter's mouth. The oldest daughter, holds his province arms while he squeezes out the paste in her mouth and press his chin to force her to swallow. It managed to. The father waits for five minutes before he takes the package number two. It is not as good. Four-year Endri Gomez vomit up the contents.

"I don't know what I'm going to do," says the father while his eyes watered with tears.

Jose Enrique Gomez with her daughter Endri Gomez. Photo: Luis Bernardo Cano

in Order to disrupt the regime's resistance to receiving help has US Aid collected 46 tonnes of food at four different places along the Venezuelan border. Most food there is at the border of the Cucúta. The other places are the Pacaraima in Brazil and on the autonomous Dutch island of Curacao in the Caribbean. The fourth location is as yet undisclosed. Maduro regime claims that there are economic ulterior motives behind the u.s. aid: the united states is interested in Venezuelan oil.

– It is better to help go through the UNHCR, says Sofia Ollvid, head of the Swedish collection for the UNHCR in Venezuela.

she was on the spot at the border in Cúcuta.

" Our problem is that solidarity with the Venezuelan people is low. During the collection for Syria gave the people a lot of money, but to Venezuela will be almost nothing. Yet it is a major disaster which has already generated three million refugees, " she says.

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