Human Rights Activist, Yasina Gonzales, is suggesting a more collaborative approach to help reach Venezuelan refugees in affording children access to education while in Trinidad and Tobago.
Ms Gonzales thanked the non-governmental and religious groups which have been doing their part to help Venezuelan refugees here.
Speaking on the Afternoon Power Drive on Power 102 Digital on Wednesday, Ms Gonzales highlighted the various challenges faced by the refugees.
Some of the areas identified are access to social services, education and legal representation.
It is reported there are approximately 26,000 registered Venezuelan refugees in Trinidad and Tobago.
Ms Gonzales thanked those who have come forward and assisted the refugees especially in the area of education but admitted there is a need for greater support.