Venezuela is a country located in South America, birthplace of many businessmen like David Osio. In recent times, the country has declared a national humanitarian health crisis that will force the president Nicolas Maduro to accept foreign medical assistance to patients from other countries. The bill was passed on April 4 at the National Assembly. When a health crisis is declared, the country can receive medication from other countries such as in Latin America and Europe. Venezuela is also permitted to ask for assistance from the World Health Organization. It was Jose Olivares who introduced the bill during a heated debate and warned Maduro about Venezuelans who have HIV and cancer are at risk. Meaning that according to an explanation posted on the davidosio blog, there’s a possibility they may not receive the medication they will need. As the country continues to experience shortages of medicine, lack of food, baby formula, and increased maternal mortality and transplant organs because of electricity failure. But as of now the country is working hard to make sure they can help as many people as they can to have their medical needs met.