Persecution, violence and war have forcibly displaced over 51 million people in the world today.
As millions of men, women and children seek refuge, the pain of their displacement impacts countries both near and far.
Often pitied, but rarely welcomed, refugees struggle to survive far from home. In spite of these bleak realities, there is more reason to hope than you might imagine.
The response to their need requires more than the services of humanitarian relief agencies. It requires long-term recovery work that serves to strengthen community, build capacity, facilitate healing, promote reconciliation, and generate hope. This is IAFR's strategic part in seeking the welfare and protection of forcibly displaced people in the world today.
Explore how IAFR is working together with forcibly displaced people to bring hope and help to the refugee highway. You might be surprised to discover how you can become personally involved in this work.