Give them your voice,
so the world can hear theirs
Now, more than ever, we need to raise the #Voices4Refugees
Add Your Name Now!
As citizens of the Arab World, we stand united to support refugees.
Refugees are anxious, confused and heartbroken at the U.S. Program Suspension in what is already a lengthy process.
#Voices4Refugees believes that ALL refugees deserve to live in safety regardless of their religion, nationality or race, and should receive equal treatment for protection and assistance, and opportunities for resettlement.
Now more than ever, your voices need to be raised to tell these refugees and the entire world that you stand with their right to have a safe and dignified living.
This week alone, over 800 refugees were set to make America their new home, but instead find themselves barred from travelling to the U.S. UNHCR estimates that 20,000 refugees in unstable circumstances might have been resettled to the United States during the 120 days covered by the suspension announced Friday.
Once again, their lives or those of their families may be in jeopardy and uncertainty. Your voice is their safety.
Sign up now as a supporter for #Voices4Refugees initiative by UNHCR.
Once you add your VOICE, you will receive:
- Email updates on how your voice can proactively help refugees
- The positive impact you have made
- The hope you have given to those most in need.
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Some of our work on the ground so far, figures updated March 2015
1.5m with updated registration documents (61% to 2015 target)
1.9m receiving food assistance (cash, voucher or in-kind) (81% to 2015 target)
499k children (5-17) enrolled in formal education (60% to 2015 target)
Syrian Refugees So Far
More than 12m forced to abandon homes
Over 4m Syrian refugees
39% are under the age of 11