Many refugees and families in need live below the poverty line, which makes them suffer even more during the winter season. The coronavirus pandemic has added to their suffering, and for many of these families, this had lead to a loss of resources, due to unemployment and to the slowing down of the economic cycle. You can help in many ways, among the most important of which is finding ways to boost livelihood opportunities. By doing so, you would have contributed to preparing them for a better life and enabled them to live in dignity and peace, and saved them from the burden of asking for money.
Tomorrow, the final phase of the “30 Days of Kindness” initiative begins, where we will share with you daily messages that include means of helping refugees and people in need in securing sources of income.