Refugees

Iraqi Refugee Resettlement

Published by AFSC, Spring/Summer 2008

Iraqi families identified as most vulnerable by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) are now arriving in the United States. These families, traumatized by physical and psychological violence and the loss of support from their extended family members, will need the help of communities as they rebuild their lives

U.S. Must Respond to Humanitarian Crisis in Somalia

Aid Agencies Appeal to President Obama:

Mon, 20 April 2009

Somalia - Humanitarian Response

Response to Humanitarian Needs with Peace Intent

Afmadow district in Lower Shabelle region and especially Doble town housed most of the children and women internally displaced persons (IDPs) stranded on Somalia side or seeking entry into Kenya as refugees.  AFSC responded to the plight of IDPs and host communities through a local partner.  The main objective of the project was to improve living conditions through the provision of essential drug- kits and sanitary pads to IDPs and host communities for three months. 

Dayton, OH

african diaspora

African Diaspora Dialogue: Community Building & Integration.

AFSC’s Dayton Refugee Justice Program creates awareness of African Refugee Community issues in Southwest Ohio, empower the community to advocate for just refugee policies that would guarantee access to basic human needs, enhances  civic participation, recognizes refugee contributions, and lifts up their voices, hopes, and dreams for a peaceful world.

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AFSC has offices around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.

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