“At 11 years old, I watched my neighbors’ house crumble before my eyes. The flood water washed away the earth and clay most people used to build their homes” 🌊
Thank you, @EmiThePoet
Our planet needs your voice!
Numeir was only 15 when he fled Syria alone. After 3 years, he was finally reunited with his family.
Family reunification is often the only way to bring families separated by war back together.
What if you didn’t know when you could see your family again?👨👨👧👦
❄️ The Middle East
Millions of people #ForcedToFlee could face a much harsher winter this year.
UNHCR has launched a global fundraising campaign to help forcibly displaced families through the cold months. Read more 👇
Yemen is one of the world's most severe humanitarian crises, with families like Yasin’s struggling to access enough food, safe shelter and basic needs.
Thanks to Sweden's support, UNHCR can provide them with cash assistance so they can access basic goods they need to survive. https://t.co/MuaCLOi5v5
🌊 In South Sudan, waters have swept away homes and livestock, forced people to flee, and flooded large swathes of farmland – worsening an already dire food emergency.
We ask world leaders to take #ClimateAction today!
🇫🇮 additional funding to UNHCR in Eastern and Horn of Africa means refugees can receive:
- Sustainable shelters resilient to climate shocks
- Psychosocial support for gender-based violence survivors
- Cash grants for families affected by drought so they can meet their own needs https://t.co/ZON1qFrFQG
Underfunding risks leaving refugees behind. @Ulkoministerio additional support to Rohingya refugees means:
- Community training on preventing child marriages
- Safe spaces for children to play and learn
- Training volunteers to work with children with disabilities