International Medical Corps is one of only a few international non-governmental organizations to receive import licensing to support healthcare facilities in Venezuela. Since August 2021, International Medical Corps has been involved in Venezuela’s vaccination campaign by supporting cold-chain management, which has so far ensured adequate refrigerated transportation for 2.8 million vaccine doses. In addition, we have distributed 589,177 vaccination items and equipment, such as personal protective equipment, antiseptic solutions, vaccine carriers, safety boxes and syringes, and trained 144 members of COVID-19 vaccination teams. International Medical Corps has been asked by the Ministry of Health to continue providing this support in 2022 to reach the target of a fully vaccinated population, and to assist in delivering boosters where needed. In 2021, our Venezuela team provided additional COVID-19 training for 1,029 frontline staff in 36 health facilities. Since late February 2020, we have screened 13,144 patients for COVID-19, have donated 427,402 items of PPE and have reached more than 2.6 million people indirectly to date. Our mental health team in the country has provided consultations to more than 3,171 vulnerable people and their families, including those affected by COVID-19. The team continues to coordinate with UN agencies, INGOs, key health officials and mayors of municipalities, as well as directors of health facilities in Miranda and Bolivar states.