Most refugees live in cities, beyond the reach of traditional aid. In response, refugees build grassroots organizations to support their communities, providing critical services. Our team works directly with these leaders to help their organizations become self-sustaining. Our pilot in Malaysia proved our approach works, and it has been recognized as a major social innovation by Ashoka. Our replicable model has the potential to impact 3 million refugees in the next 10 years.
The refugee crisis is global, but most of it is invisible. Over 60% of the global refugee population resides in cities, underserved by an international system that has relied on camps to access those in need. The result: over 12 million urban refugees struggle to survive, facing precarious living conditions, discrimination, and a lack of access to basic services like healthcare, education, and livelihoods. As the refugee crisis continues to grow, so does the need for sustainable solutions.
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