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Here's how you can help Venezuelans in need. Mariza, a certified nurse, made the journey across the border from Venezuela to Colombia two years ago, leaving behind her mother and three children. Like most immigrants with professional careers, she expected to find a job in her own field, but when doors were repeatedly closed in her face and even a cleaning job was nowhere to be found, Mariza found herself making an impossible decision.
But as a mother, "you don't think -- you do what you have to. The transformation of Juan Guaido, Venezuela's self-declared president. Disappointment rings in her voice when she speaks of her time spent in education and being unable to work as a nurse. Five years of my life studying, preparing -- I feel at this moment that it's five years I've lost because I can't practice," she said, tears streaming down her face.
Back home, she was a woman with a career and a dream, but the crisis in Venezuela created a downward spiral she couldn't control. As a certified nurse, 15 days' work only earned her enough to buy a bag of flour. A normal grocery run became a two-day ordeal and even then there was no guarantee Mariza could find the items she needed, like diapers for her baby.