Informashon tokante e Hub Humanitario

Informashon tokante e Hub Humanitario

(English version below)

Kon pa hasi uso di e Hub Humanitario

Gobièrnu di Kòrsou a traha un pakete di regla pa laga e resepshon i depósito di e produktonan di ayuda kana bon. Esaki ta nesesario pa por fasilitá e posibel avalansha di avion i barku for di diferente pais i organisashon. E produktonan ku ta yega ku e transportenan, por keda wardá na Kòrsou, te dia nan por bai Venezuela na un manera seif i sigur.=

Puntonan importante pa tene kuenta kune

  • Tur partido ku ke hasi uso di e oportunidat pa, via di Kòrsou, trese ayudo humanitario Venezuela, mester tuma kontakto ku Gobièrnu di Kòrsou. Por fabor hasi uso di e adrès di e-mail riba e pagina aki
  • Tur prosedura eksistente di imigrashon i duana ta keda fingente
  • Responsabilidat pa organisashon i ehekutashon di transporte i depósito di e produktonan di ayudo ta keda den man di e organisashon dunadó
  • Tur gastu ku tin di haber ku e transporte i wardamentu di e produktonan na Kòrsou ta pa kuenta di e organisashon/ pais dunadó
  • E ayudo humanitario por tuma lugá solamente ku esfuersonan sivil (pues sin militarnan i/òf ekiponan militar
  • E produktonan di ayudo por bai Venezuela solamente ora esaki por tuma lugá na un manera seif i sigurá

Adrèsnan di kontakto

Adrèsnan di kontakto pa gobièrnunan (GO) i organisashonnan internashonal (NGO)
Tim di CUR-HUB
e-mail: cur-hub@gobiernu.cw
telefon: +5999 672 3600 (durante oranan di ofisina)

Adrèsnan di kontakto pa inisiativanan lokal:
Ora e ayudo humanitario por tuma luga berdaderamente, lo tin informashon di e organisashonnan lokal ku ta kolektá produktonan di ayudo.

Adrèsnan di kontakto pa prensa
Corinne Leysner
e-mail: corinne.leysner@gobiernu.cw
telefon: +5999 4630519 (durante oranan di trabou) of +5999 6668793

 

Mensahe pa habitante i kompania di Kòrsou

Por lo pronte ta mihó pa no kolektá produktonan lokal ainda pa warda den e depósito. Ora esaki ta bira posibel, lo anunsia - entre otro pa medio di e website – aki, kua organisashonnan lokal ta sòru pa kolektanan lokal.

 


English version

How to use the Humanitarian Hub

The Government of Curaçao has drawn up rules to ensure the reception and storage of aid to the Venezuelan population. This is necessary in order to properly facilitate a possible abundance of aircraft and ships from different countries and from different organizations. The products that are transported can be stored on Curaçao until they can be transported to Venezuela in a safe and secure way.

Important points to take into account

  • All parties wishing to transfer relief goods to Venezuela via the hub of Curaçao, should make themselves known to the government of Curaçao. Use the mail address on this page.
  • All immigration and customs procedures remain in full force
  • The responsibility for organizing and carrying out the transport and storage of relief goods is always at the donor organization
  • All costs arising from the use of the hub on Curaçao are carried by the donor
  • Humanitarian aid can only take place with the use of civilian means (i.e. without military personnel and / or military equipment)
  • The relief goods may only be transported to Venezuela if this can be done in a safe and secure manner

Contact addresses

Contact address for governments (GO) and international organizations (NGO)
CUR-HUB team
e-mail: cur-hub@gobiernu.cw
telephone: +5999 672 3600 (during office hours)

Contact address for local initiatives:
As soon as the humanitarian aid to Venezuela can actually take place, this page will contain information about the organizations in Curaçao that organize the collection of relief goods.

Contact address for press contacts:
Corinne Leysner
e-mail: corinne.leysner@gobiernu.cw
telephone: +5999 4630519 (during office hours) or +5999 6668793

 

Message for the inhabitants and companies of Curaçao

For the time being it is not advisable to collect goods locally for storage in the hub. In due course, it will be announced via this website which local authorities are responsible for local collection campaigns.

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