“Now I feel like the door for me to grow and improve myself has opened.” Says Tesfalem
After fleeing #Eritrea, Tesfalem continued studying in #Ethiopia where he applied for a #UNICORE scholarship.
Full story 👉https://t.co/dQnsR5s3CH
#TesfaelemsStory #TellingtheRealStory https://t.co/xk2WAKn09B
Love can blossom in the most unlikely of places. Naima and Omar, from Somalia, met in a traffickers warehouse in #Libya.
"The first time I saw her she was in a difficult situation," says Omar. "She was being tortured and beaten."
For many families, #Ramadan is bittersweet. Fosia’s son was forced to grow up too soon in order to provide for his family. The pressure drove him to go on Tahriib.
Families have lost breadwinners to Tahriib. During this Ramadan, let us remember them. https://t.co/bQax4BWk6thttps://t.co/cEbnYdbw5p
During this #SportDay refugee youth in Addis Ababa engaged in volleyball matches organized by #TellingtheRealStory and @JesuitRefugee.
Sport can help refugees:
🥋 Build confidence
🏈 Empower them
🏊♀️ Improve mental health
⚽️ Feel welcomed
👬 Form friendships https://t.co/thoyRDyKMF
During this #Ramadan, let us remember all the refugee families who may have lost loved ones to #tahriib.
Haweya’s son was kidnapped by traffickers in Libya. It has been two years and six months since she heard his voice. Listen to her story 👉https://t.co/19vrnzu1RU https://t.co/FE6nO6N6B3
Kiflom is a man of many talents. He is a painter and educator and was also our outreach volunteer in #Ethiopia where he offered art therapy workshops for refugees.
Watch his full story https://t.co/yqRMyjR4Zuhttps://t.co/a4Ju2Woqgc