We support refugees who are changing lives in their communities.

Our bold idea

We believe in sustainable solutions to break the cycle of perpetual aid. Our work puts refugees at the center of these solutions, and provides the tools for refugees themselves to positively transform their communities. Although the communities we partner with face overwhelming obstacles, their members have the same energy, hope, and tenacity as anyone else.

How we work


Most refugees lack access to even basic healthcare. Their only chance of finding care is through alternative medical solutions such as doctors or nurses within their community or free clinics. These programs save lives. We help refugee communities build partnerships with these service providers.


In many countries, refugee youth are denied access to education. In order to educate their young people, refugee communities create and operate their own schools. We support and strengthen these initiatives so refugee children can have access to quality education and build a foundation for their future.


In environments of extreme scarcity, refugees struggle to provide for themselves and their families. In their host country, they must learn new skills to find work. We help refugees build their own skills training and connect to the job market so they can make ends meet and contribute to the local economy.


In many countries, refugees live in constant fear of being arrested or detained, simply because of their refugee status—which can have devastating effects on families. We reinforce the informal safety strategies refugee communities put in place to prevent detention, and address it when it occurs.




“We are now able to develop many more activities and provide essential support to our community”

Ali Akbar, Afghan refugee community leader

The program in action

Our impact

  • 3700

    refugees have better access to education and livelihood opportunities

  • 40

    countries in which our partner NGOs are implementing solutions

  • 490

    refugee children benefit from mathematics, english, art and sports classes

  • 700

    women can now support their families

  • 650

    refugees have access to critical healthcare and safety information

Get Involved

We’ve accomplished so much, but the growing urgency of refugee issues in cities means we have a lot more to do and we can’t do it alone. Support the refugee communities that need it most.

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