“We have never seen drought like this, it has affected everyone. We have named it ‘the unseen," says Ardo.
Ardo is one of the 80% of displaced people living in #climate “hot spots." These areas experience extreme weather conditions that cause droughts, heavy rains & flooding.
❗It has been two years since the crisis in #Tigray began.
❗Millions have been forced to flee their homes.
❗They need food, shelter, and education.
❕They need hope.
Find out what’s happening to people in the Tigray region of #Ethiopia:
“I think it's really important that we provide opportunities for #refugees to have safe places to go wherever they might be or whatever the conflict is. I can't stress enough how significant I think this is.”
Check out Eric's full story:
"I'm running for you. I'm running in your honor.”
When millions were forced to flee Ukraine in February, Eric knew he had to take action. Motivated by his own family’s story of displacement, he decided to fundraise for @UNRefugeeAgency during the @nycmarathon. https://t.co/4ATReJZN0X
📈 Digital literacy
📈 Increased student and teacher motivation
📈 Improved academic performance
These are just a few of the ways Instant Network Schools benefit refugee students and teachers, providing better learning opportunities through innovative digital resources.
We’re launching a new platform that features films, books, art, music and other forms of cultural expression created by and about #refugees, and offers tools and resources for YOU to get involved.
But we need your help giving it a name!
👇Which of these names do you like?
Your local medic. Your neighbor. Your friend. Refugees are living in communities across the U.S. If you live in Atlanta, GA, Abdallah’s smiling face may have brought you comfort when you called an ambulance.
Meet other newcomers in your community using our new story map!