World Refugee Day

7 Facts You Need To Know For World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day commemorates the obstacles refugees face each year, while also celebrating their courage and strength. Since 2001, the United Nations and more than 100 countries have observed World Refugee Day annually on June 20th.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has started the #WithRefugees petition to send a message of action, solidarity, and responsibility on behalf of refugees to governments worldwide.

Together, we can work to end the refugee crisis and find homes for displaced peoples worldwide. Here are seven facts to help you better understand the current refugee crisis, and how you can help:

According to the UNHCR, there are 65.3 million forcibly displaced people around the world. 

More than 21 million of these people are refugees and 10 million are stateless. 

On average, 42,500 people per day flee their homes to seek protection within the borders of their own country or other countries.

In the last year alone, there have been 13.9 million people newly displaced.

The civil war in Syria has led to one of the worst humanitarian crises of our lifetime.

More than 11 million Syrians are currently displaced. This amounts to 45% of the Syrian population.

86% of the world's refugees are hosted by developing countries.

This number has jumped by 16% in the last decade. Refugees only account for a tiny percentage of overall immigration.

The world’s largest refugee camp is located in Dadaab, Kenya, which is home to more than 329,000 people.

The Dadaab refugee camp was been threatened with closures due to potential security risks.

Of the 20 million refugees worldwide, 51% are under the age of 18.

This is the highest number of child refugees since World War II. 

The first-ever Refugee Team competed at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. 

The team was comprised of athletes from Ethiopia, South Sudan, The Democratic Republic of Congo, and Syria.

How You Can Help

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  2. Choose a project that speaks to you from the list below. GlobalGiving has a number of partners working on the ground to provide support in various ways—from empowering refugees by sharing to stories to ensuring access to food for families—and you can support any one of them today.

 

Projects working to assist refugees around the world

 

Promoting Human Rights of Refugees in Europe
A major humanitarian crisis and child protection failure are unfolding across Europe. In 2015, more than one million refugees and displaced people arrived in Europe - most fleeing conflict, persecution or poverty. While aid agencies and grassroots groups have stepped in to provide crucial short-term aid, the absence of human rights centred political action means that a long-term resolution to the situation seems a distant possibility. We aim to change that.
Washable Feminine Hygiene for Syrian Refugees
Days for Girls Lebanon is bringing Days for Girls washable menstrual hygiene kits to Syrian women and girls.
Child Refugee Crisis
Child refugees live in constant fear, uncertainly and instability. The conflicts taking place in countries like Syria, South Sudan, Uganda, and Bangladesh have turned over 10 million children's homes into darkened memories. Violence has become a way of life for them, while persecution makes these children especially vulnerable. Recent attacks in Syria have forced many families to flee, leaving even more children with no place to call home.
UNFPA: Clean Delivery Kits in Emergency Situations
For as little as $15 you can help UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, get 3 emergency clean birthing kits, including a bar of soap, clear plastic sheet, razor blade, an umbilical cord tie, cloth and latex gloves into the hands of pregnant mothers and health care workers as they safely deliver babies in crisis situations.
Peace for Syrian Refugee Children
To enhance the wellbeing, resilience and psychological reintegration of children impacted by armed conflict and violence and reduce violent behavior risk, IAHV conducted till now Stress Relief and Resilience workshops for 5,560 children; Resilience and Empowerment programs for 1,658 parents; Stress Management and Professional Care for 450 social and youth workers. 310 at risk and traumatised youths underwent a deep Healing and Human values Training, while 68 were trained as peace ambassadors.
Let's Help Syrian Refugee Children in Serbia Now!
Over 650,000 refugees from Middle East, mainly from Syria, have entered Serbia over the last 18 months and are still coming in hundreds on daily basis. Amongst them are more than 200,000 children and over 5,000 of them are unaccompanied ones. We are trying to help them stay physically and mentally healthy. Alongside humanitarian aid, we are also trying to develop an online Q&A list for their protection, information and education on how and where they can seek medical, legal and social help.
Advance Relief Efforts for Refugees in Greece
Lighthouse Relief was formed on the Greek island of Lesvos in September 2015, as thousands of refugees were arriving every day. We mobilised quickly to provide structured emergency response to the area, and - when it became apparent that people were stranded for longer periods in mainland Greece - expanded to support vulnerable groups like women, children and youth. Three years later, we remain committed to advancing a dignified and empowering humanitarian response for as long as it's needed.
Why We Speak: Help Spread Syrian Stories
Our longstanding focus on refugee rights will be highlighted when Lost In Lebanon, a feature documentary featuring Syrians in exile in Lebanon, is released. Lost in Lebanon is not the story of the war in Syria, nor is it an account of those who have made the journey to Europe; it is the next chapter. What is happening to the 12 million who have been displaced but have absolutely nowhere to go. What are their hopes, their fears, their future?
Syrian Refugees Relief Fund By CHCS pakistan
Customs Health Care Society, Pakistan(CHCS) has started a relief fund to help the Syrian Refugees living in Turkey.In 2016, the United Nations (UN) identified 13.5 million Syrians requiring humanitarian assistance, of which more than 6 million are internally displaced within Syria, and over 4.8 million are refugees outside of Syria. In January 2017, UNHCR counted 4,863,684 registered refugees. Turkey is the largest host country of registered refugees with over 2.7 million Syrian refugee
Train and Empower 50 Refugee Women in Jordan
The Advocacy Project (AP) is seeking funds to build on our 2017 campaign for 50 women refugees from war who receive services from our partner in Jordan, the Collateral Repair Project (CRP). CRP will use the funds to professionalize training at the refugees' collective, the Hope Workshop. The women are already selling as much as they produce. They have also told their stories through three spectacular quilts which AP exhibits in the US and Europe as we make the case for welcoming refugees.
Empower Refugees To Build A New Life In Athens
We Need Books was founded in 2016 in response to the overwhelming refugee crisis. We have provided refugees in camps and shelters with hundreds of books in their native languages. This project will contribute to funding Athens' first multilingual library, which will also serve as an inclusive community center. It will provide the more than 400,000 refugees and migrants in Athens with access to educational resources, vocational training and networking opportunities.
Heal Syrian Refugee Children Through Photography
This healing PhotoTherapy project , offers the Syrian Refugee children the opportunity to freely express their feelings and thoughts, deal with their psychological traumas, socialize by participating in group activities, develop their skills and receive the psychological support they need. Furthermore the children's photos will travel around the world, highlighting the real refugee problem through the eyes of children, raising worldwide awareness and sensitizing the public opinion.
The E-HUB Leros: Prepare Refugees for Integration
In October 2016 Echo100Plus launched the Echo-Hub, a community centre in the town of Lakki on the island of Leros, to help arriving refugees from war-torn countries prepare for the next steps of their journeys and foremost the arduous task of integration. Neither the Greek authorities nor any other NGO currently offer similar assistance to adult refugees on the island.
Syrian Mothers Matter
COHI supports one of the remaining hospital networks operating in the Aleppo and Idlib region left to care for the citizens in the cities and surrounding rural areas, which has been a theater of war. Due to frequent hospital bombings, there are incredibly limited resources for mothers and infants to receive healthcare, and general supplies are low. COHI and partner organization Human Appeal are committed to delivering much needed supplies, resources and support to the last health care center.
Syrian Refugee Crisis: CARE at the front lines
by CARE
The conflict in Syria has led to the killing or displacement of more than half of the country's population. It is the largest human displacement since WWII and Syrians easily represent the largest refugee group in the world today. CARE reaches Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Egypt, Yemen, and those displaced inside Syria with food, hygiene items, and emergency cash assistance. Learn more at www.care.org/country/syria.
Meals for All
The project aims to support the Lebanese and Syrian families residing in the Damour area. Twice a week our local representative "Oui pour la vie" provides them balanced meals from a nutritional point of view . Thanks to this initiative, children and their parents have the chance to enjoy a full meal. The repast consists of vegetables, rice, a main course of meat or fish and fruit. Besides this service, our operators try to help families in their daily basic needs, such as shelter,medicines etc
Support Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan
The high number of Syrian refugees now living in Jordan has overwhelmed the country's healthcare system, which struggles to adjust to increased patient loads and shortages of medicines and vaccines. International Medical Corps is providing primary healthcare, secondary care and mental health support to Syrian refugees living in Jordan's camps, urban settings and rural areas. In the Azraq Refugee Camp, the largest camp in Zarqa Governorate, our health teams operate three clinics and a hospital.
Provide Relief for Syrian Refugees
Over 4 million Syrians have fled the civil war in their country for the relative safety of neighboring countries. The flow of refugees into camps and host communities continues to swell - far beyond initial expectations - and strain limited resources in the region. Mercy Corps is helping refugees and community members in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and within Syria by providing essentials like clothing and blankets, digging wells and building safe places for children to play and be kids.
Help Refugees at Risk in the U.S.
President Trump has signed an executive order that jeopardizes the protection and services historically afforded to refugees in the United States. The International Rescue Committee (IRC) has launched an emergency appeal to aid families in the U.S. who have fled war or persecution-mostly women and children. Help the IRC deliver critical assistance, including: education, livelihoods training, youth programs, and citizenship assistance to refugees and other vulnerable immigrant populations.
Feed & Empower Over 5000 Refugees in Greece
The Food Project delivers fresh fruit, vegetables & dry food to over 5000 refugees stranded in Greece. Through operating in 17 refugee sites and partnering with 15 organisations, each family receives two food packs a week. The project gives malnourished children access to the vital nutrients they need to grow strong and healthy. It allows families to cook for themselves, empowering individuals and upholding dignity. A project that aims to enhance the health and well-being of those fleeing war.
Empower 30 Refugee Women In Leros Through Sewing
The Advocacy Project (AP) is launching this campaign to help Sewing 4 Solidarity, an inspiring voluntary initiative on the Greek Island of Leros, to train 30 refugee and migrant women in making handbags. Most of the women have fled war in the Middle East, and they are deeply uncertain about what lies ahead. The campaign will help them to draw comfort from working together and fortify them for the future. The campaign will also build trust between the refugees and local residents on Leros.
Self-defense Training for Refugee Women on Lesvos
"Asylum seekers fleeing war or abuse shouldn't have to hide in their tents to feel safe in Europe" (Eva Cosse, Human Right's Watch). Today, more than 1,300 women stranded in Moria refugee camp are under constant threat of gender-based violence and sexual harassment. Often, these women are forced to hide or avoid going to the bathroom in fear for their own safety. We want to teach 300 refugee women in self-defense so they can learn how to protect themselves today and in the future.
Syrian Refugee Crisis
More than 12 million people have been impacted by the 5-year war, and nearly 4 million have fled to neighboring countries of Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey, where World Vision is providing aid. Thousands more families are mired in a difficult journey to Europe, and are stranded in transit on their way to welcoming European Union countries. We providing help to families traveling along what is called the Balkan Byway, with a focus on Serbia.
Help Syrian Refugees to Help Themselves
With over four million Syrian refugees in neighboring countries and continued cuts in humanitarian aid, NEF is helping refugee women and adolescent girls in Lebanon and Jordan achieve self-reliance through urban agriculture, skills training to improve economic opportunity, financial literacy, group savings, conflict management, and social networking.
Holistic Support for Refugees Arriving in Greece
by IsraAID
The "Holistic Support for Refugees Arriving to Greece" project will provide emergency aid and psychosocial support to refugees in Greece which has been the first point of entry into Europe for refugees making the treacherous journey in hope of finding asylum and refuge. Greece's resources have been overstretched, bearing the brunt of the recent mass influx of refugees for over 1.5 years.
Education For Children Inside Syria
Now in its eighth year and with no end in sight, the conflict in Syria has become the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Education remains central to the humanitarian response plans in Syria. To ensure access to education for internally displaced children and those living in hard-to-reach and besieged areas in Syria, UNICEF has designed a Self-Learning Program, which aims to reach 95,000 Syrian children who have limited or no access to schooling.
Housing and Employment for Syrian Refugees
The crisis in Syria has forced hundreds of thousands of Syrian families to flee, many to neighboring Iraq. Peace Winds has been assisting families in camps by providing shelter, food, and schooling. Peace Winds is constructing housing for families living in tents, with the added benefit of employing and training refugees in construction. Peace Winds has more than 20 years of experience in Iraq with established local partnerships and is well-received by the refugees in the camps.
Refugee Educator Academy: Reaching 10,000 Teachers
By 2025, the Refugee Educator Academy will provide 10,000 teachers around the world, with online training, resources, and support, on any mobile device and one million refugee students will receive a better education. Access will be openly available to the refugee educator workforce including in schools, camps, relocation centers. We will improve the educational outcomes for world's most vulnerable individuals: refugees. This project will support the training of our first 20 refugee educators.
Jordan - Syria Refugee Relief fund
by CARE
CARE is working to help Syrians meet their most urgent needs and protect their dignity. Jordan, the second refugee-hosting country in the world on a per capital basis and a country with one of the longest histories of doing so, hosts an estimated number of 1.3 million Syrians (among whom are 650,000 approx. registered with UNHCR as refugees). CARE is on the ground collaborating with partners and helping people displaced by the conflict and the communities hosting them.
Giving citizens a say in development
We believe people affected by aid should have a say in how it happens. Too often development and humanitarian organizations concentrate on reporting to donors rather than really engaging with, and listening to, the people they are supposed to serve. We help these organizations harness feedback from the people they seek to help, and use this data to improve their performance leading to better outcomes for all.
Empowering 80 people with disabilities in Iraq
Some of the most vulnerable and neglected Syrian refugees and Yezidi IDP's (Internally Displaced People) in Northern Iraq are families who have a family member with a disability. Operation Mercy empowers people with disabilities and their families by providing assistive devices, physical therapy and emotional resilience programs. Currently, Operation Mercy serves 80 clients and their families.
Provide Education for Refugee Children in Lebanon
Insan Association will provide Access to Education at Insan School, as well as Psycho-Social support for the most marginalized children in Lebanon. Children of refugees from Iraq and Syria, children of migrants, as well as vulnerable Lebanese children, have no access to schooling due to poverty and discrimination. Accordingly, Insan aims to help these children to fully live out their childhoods, and continue to play, learn, discover, and laugh, despite the hardships they face
Support Syrian Refugees
Support two community centers for refugees near the Syrian border, where young women are transforming their lives through business training, women's health sessions, child care, computers, and a safe space to build community.
Social Health Care for Healing Syrian Refugees
In any war or conflict, it is the children who are the most vulnerable and devastated. Children are the largest and fastest growing number of victims in the Syrian conflict, and women are the 2nd. We are working to heal a whole generation of Syrian children from the deep and life draining trauma of violence and rebuild devastated families. Our Social Health Care Program conducts disaster health care field clinics and trains a growing pool of local therapists in emergency trauma recovery skills.
The Tafel Refugee Integration Project Fund
The number of people, especially refugees, seeking help at the Tafel has sharply increased. Local Tafel initiatives have a variety of ways to address the challenges like language barriers, food and volunteer shortages or increased conflict potential, and this fund offers financial support for the best concepts.
Paint murals with 300 Syrian Refugee children
Syrian refugee youth have experienced the trauma of war and displacement from their communities and now face an uncertain future in a desert refugee camp with limited opportunities or hope for the future. Through collaborative, participatory public art- making, our initiative will promote healing, resilience and a transformational experience in which Syrian artists and children will become agents of social change in their communities by creating 3 percussive sculptures and 15 murals.
Rise Now for the Syrian Refugee Children
Today, more around 2.5 million Syrian Refugees are living in Turkey. Around 50% of this population is children. Bridge to Turkey Fund's project will help refugee children to achieve developmental progress and will provide continuity in their education. Our project will raise funds to provide the Syrian Refugee Kids with backpacks and education kits; to sponsor their language education & social development; to build libraries for Syrian schools; and to empower these children's mothers.
Education Versus Lost Generation!
Today, Turkey is home to the largest refugee population in the world with nearly 4 million refugees coming from over 60 nations. Having a sustainable life in Turkey is the part that you can take action by supporting education not only by encouraging over 1 million refugee children to get enrolled in schools but also continue their education at university. Fight against "lost generation", child labor and marriage and be part of the resilience and empower youth to build their countries' future!
Give Food Vouchers to 400 Syrian Refugee Families
Focus of DKH in the countries of Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon and Turkey is the supply of refugee families, especially outside the camps, and support for host families and communities. Especially now, as winter sets in, people urgently need accommodation, clothing, blankets, stoves, and coal and food.
Help Strengthen the Resilience of Syrian Refugees
Now in its fifth year, the Syrian civil war has sparked one of the greatest population exoduses in modern history, with more than four million Syrians fleeing to neighboring countries, and 7 million displaced internally within Syria. Since July 2013, Concern Worldwide has worked with displaced persons inside Syria and with refugees and vulnerable host families in Lebanon and Turkey to meet basic needs, improve access to health care, and provide psycho-social support.
Bringing Help and Hope to Lebanon's Refugees
Refugees fleeing violence in Serbia, Iraq and Syria have established their own "camp" in Lebanon making a long-term community as best as they are able. Working with UNHCR, these refugees have established latrines. Working with GHNIs team, they've dug a well for clean water and begun growing vegetables and fruit in a nearby plot. Recently, working together, they've begun educating young children in a "home-school" setting. Please help continue to develop a community of dignity and belonging.
Save mothers and children in the Mediterranean Sea
Since 2013 the Foundation's medical teams have worked on board of the Italian Navy's ships to save and rescue migrants adrift in the Sicily Channel, providing first aid to 70,000 people and focusing on mother and child emergency healthcare: to date the Foundation's pediatricians, gynecologists and midwives assisted 10,000 women, 9,000 children, 500 pregnant women, several of them during labor and delivery. An estimated 2,000 women and 1,500 children will need help in the next months.
F4L: Syria - Restore hope and dignity to Children
Football has to power to unite more than anything else in the world. More significantly, it has the power to restore childhood to children who have lost everything. The F4L programme will am to secure funds to launch a F4L Syria programme and support the child-survivors through play and normalcy. The F4L virtual stadium is a call for all football fans to help us launch our Syria Programme and bring some sense of hope and future to children.
Investing in the Future for a Syrian Community
This project provides refugees with vocational training courses, giving them the chance to learn new skills and earn an income for themselves and their family within the local Lebanese community. This enables them to become more self-sufficient both in the short and longer term, if they return home.
Bringing Help & Hope to Syrian refugees in Jordan
The Syrian conflict began almost 7 years ago. Jordan has received over 600,000, Lebanon more than 1 million. GHNI staff in both countries are working to offer dignity to families seeking safety. Providing immediate shelter, food and water, as well as hygiene items often launches healing for those who have seen such horrific actions and experienced unspeakable trauma. Our staff are trained to provide a helping hand while refugees work to rebuild in a new country, finding ways to make a home.
Give solar powered electricity to refugee families
Electricity is an essential need for everybody. Imagine living in a tent in a refugee camp where you don't have it. Kids are not able to read and learn at night, women do not feel safe to go to the bathroom in the dark, and people are unable to contact their families using charged mobile devices. We are changing this on Kara Tepe camp in Lesvos, Greece! We are installing solar panels and contributing to the environment by using renewable energy. Fitting our innovative Camp to Campus philosophy.
Native-Language Medical Advice for Refugees
Over 4,000,000 persons are now in squalid refugee camps and 800,000 more have moved to a Europe increasingly reluctant and incapable of handling their medical and psychological needs. On the border of the United States with Mexico another tragedy is being acted out. IMCRA offers a unique and effective solution by providing free native-language access to specialists in medicine, psychology and the psychosocial sciences.
Help for Refugees
In order to help the millions of people who have been displaced due to armed conflict, persecution, or other dangers, the member organizations of Aktion Deutschland Hilft are implementing numerous projects for refugees worldwide. These projects cover areas such as the provision of emergency shelters, psycho-social support for traumatized children, distribution of food and hygiene articles, assistance for unaccompanied refugee minors, and medical care.
Syrian Women Empowerment Program
Syrian refugees are facing longer and more uncertain time periods in camps. In Kara Tepe, a refugee camp for the 1200 most vulnerable cases, we are empowering Syrian women by providing them with weekly, capacity building activities with nutrition, inspiration, consistency, culture sharing, and a stress relief from the difficult period in their lives. We believe that by empowering women, we are also helping their families, kids, increasing livelihood and strengthening the community.
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Women and girls displaced by armed conflict suffer most from not having suitable accommodation or access to a bathroom and fresh water. Many live in shared shelters or abandoned buildings without a change of clothing or the means to attend to their hygiene needs. A lack of sanitary pads and clean underwear prevents women and girls from going out and can also cause infections and skin disease. The project will provide clothing and a supply of sanitary pads to restore dignity and well-being.
Clean Water for 200 Displaced Syrian Families
Seven years of war and violence has forced nearly 12 million Syrians from their homes, fleeing for their lives. As a result, Syrians lack sufficient access to water, sanitation and health care services. GlobalMedic will deliver 200 Family Emergency Kits for 1,200 people. Each kit includes one Rainfresh Household Water Purification Unit and one Hygiene Kit to support the health of families displaced by the conflict in Syria. Each kit purchased will be matched 1 to 1 by a GlobalMedic donor.
Emergency Aid for Children Fleeing Syria
The Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA) will provide emergency aid for thousands of children and women fleeing the terrible violence in Syria. Dozens of children arrive each day to already overcrowded and impoverished Palestinian Refugee Camps or informal encampments in Lebanon. Most arrive with no belongings. Some are accompanied by their mothers or elderly relatives; others arrive alone or with other children. They need everything from soap to blankets to medicine.
Support Syrian Refugee Mothers in Turkey
No one gives more than moms, it's now time to give back to them! Make your mother happy by giving to another who is as strong as her, support a newly-born baby just like she once supported you. Syrian Crisis is on its 8th year. Since the beginning, 225 thousands Syrian babies are born in Turkey. Displaced by the war, refugee mothers are trying to keep their children and our hopes well and alive. Let's envision a world in which every baby that's born is growing in health, wealth and safety.
Emergency Relief for Refugee Families in Greece
There is a refugee crisis at Europe's door. The reason we talk about a "crisis" is not because of the number of refugees but because of the incapacity of Europe to deal with the problem in an organized and predictable way. There is a need for all European countries to cooperate with solidarity in order to confront this problem with cooperation and goodwill. The Greek islands receive 2.500 refugees every day. Source: The Greek Police Site and the UNHCR
Help Create Smiles for Refugees
Health-Point Foundation helps Alleviate Pain for thousands of Refugees in Camps in Thessaloniki Greece. As a volunteer-led, grassroots, non-profit organisation we rely heavily on kind donations to keep our project running. Funds go towards purchasing essential dental equipment to carry out the dental work, medication and supporting long-term ground coordinators.
Help Young Syrians Affected By War
You can support Syrian children to cope with the effects of war, to build their resilience so they might prosper despite their experiences. International Alert provides safe spaces where children can engage in arts and play based therapies, build relationships with their peers, and enjoy the simple joys of childhood.
EDUCATE A CHILD - Primary Education for Refugees
Almost half of the 57 million out-of-school children are affected by conflict. In 2012, UNHCR entered a partnership with the Educate A Child (EAC) Programme of the Education Above All (EAA) Fundation, to plan activities across 12 countries where there are high numbers of refugee children out of school. Since then, UNHCR has already ensured primary education for 1,000,000 children around the world who were out of school. Following this huge success, last phase is going for 1.2 million children.
Support Refugee Babies
Over 3.2 million Syrian Refugees, displaced by the war, currently reside in Turkey. Every 2 people out this number, is under 6-years-old. Given all the challenges of trying to survive through the crisis, refugees' biggest support today is being able to live with their families. The newborns keep their hopes alive...
COLD TEMPS. to WARM HANDS - REFUGEE WINTER AID
Ilyas, Marvan and 7-months-old Halil are just 3 of all the children who fled from their homes with their families due to the conflict in Syria and the surrounding region. Ilyas (9) and Marvan (7) arrived to Turkey with minimal supplies and clothing. Putting their childhood aside, they now have to take care of themselves as well as their brother. Currently, Turkey hosts the most amount of refugees in the world: 2.2 million Syrian and 2800 Yazidis. THIS FUND WILL PREPARE THE REFUGEES FOR WINTER.
Help Syrian Refugee Children Stay in School
The project is to support the education of Syrian refugee children living in Turkey by allowing them to attend school taught in their native language. Bunat Al Mustakbel in Antakya Turkey is a small private school of around more than 1,000 students and 46 teachers. The school has a standard curriculum for an international school geared for primary and secondary students. Given the desperate situation the student body lives with, the school plays an irreplaceable roll in their lives.
Language Course & Recreational Events for Refugees
Together with you, we support organizations and initiatives in the recording, management and integration of refugees .
Yummy food opens hearts and integrates refugees
Donors will help to fund a great project of integrating refugees in different ways. On a social base by cooking with new friends and connecting with others, and in a local community by presenting themselves and their work at big events.
Warm Touch (Lamset Dafa)
Campaign's immediate goals (KPI's): - collecting minimum 120 tons of clothes and blankets. - Securing minimum 100,000 liters of heating fuel Campaign long term goals: - Affirming youth involvement and their ability to work together. - Showing solidarity with people inside Syria. - Networking and Connecting people together.
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