The average income of the families living in different parts of the country stands at BRL 3,212—five times higher than families remaining in Roraima (BRL 621).
After one year in implementation, the process of resettling Venezuelans immigrating to Brazil is initiating its 24th stage today (Feb. 15).
Since the surge in the number of Venezuelan immigrants entering Brazil this year, schools in the border town of Pacaraima, in the northern Roraima state, have struggled to cope with overcrowded classrooms.
A technical team assembled by the Brazilian government with specialists from multiple ministries is visiting the town of Pacaraima, in the northern state of Roraima, which currently shelters thousands of Venezuelan immigrants.
Over half of the 127.7 thousand Venezuelan immigrants that came to the country in Brazil last year and this year through the northern state of Roraima, on the border with Venezuela, have left the country.