Archives: Emails Archive

Message Eleven

January 10, 2021

During winter and through the bitter cold, the needs of refugees and families in need increase day by day. The coronavirus pandemic has magnified people’s suffering and left many unemployed, leading to a loss in income and an increase in poverty. You can provide financial help to these families, to assist them in securing food…

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Message Ten

January 9, 2021

Many refugees, after fleeing violence and persecution, settle in informal settlements or urban areas, where they depend on emergency food aid that keeps them alive and helps them recover and regain stability in their lives. You too can help them cover some of their food staples from your own pantry. Ask about their most important…

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Message nine

January 8, 2021

Many refugees and families in need live under the poverty line, and thus may resort to reducing the number of daily meals for family members, including children. When preparing lunch or dinner for your family today, if you can, prepare a bit more food to share with some of these families in your neighbourhood. Inform…

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Message Eight

January 7, 2021

Did you know that many refugees and families in need are threatened by food insecurity? Did you ever think about a person to whom and to whose family food is a matter of life and death? The lack of food, in many cases, can force them to adopt coping mechanisms that can negatively impact their…

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Message Seven

January 5, 2021

You may know people in need including refugees and internally displaced persons who need housing that would shelter them and protect their young and the elderly, but you cannot support them. Did you know that you could be considered as a supporter, if you just look among your loved ones and acquaintances for someone to…

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Message Six

January 4, 2021

Many refugees and internally displaced families and families in need do not own their own housing. Therefore, they rent simple homes in order to be able to secure a decent living for their members. Many of these families go through unparalleled financial hardship, especially due to the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. You and…

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Message Five

January 3, 2021

Many refugee and internally displaced families and families in need live in overcrowded housing, which increases their chance of being exposed to COVID-19 if one of the family members is sick. You have an important role to help with the support of your neighborhood in securing a separate room equipped for use by those recovering…

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Message Four

January 2, 2021

You may have a house whose doors and windows are closed and fortified with its cover and at the same time you cannot resist the winter cold, in this case remember that there are many refugee and internally displaced and needy families who live in random camps made of tin, wood or plastic sheets, and…

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Message Three

January 1, 2021

In urban areas, many refugee and internally displaced families and families in need share accommodations, or live in unused public buildings, community centers, slums, or informal settlements, and conditions of the shelter are often substandard. Look at them with mercy and summon humanity within you. Consult with your neighbors and your family about the ways…

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Message Two

December 31, 2020

Many refugee and internally displaced families and families in need live in makeshift shelter made of tin, wood or plastic sheets, and some of them may need simple materials to fill a gap or a hole that causes cold air or rainwater to enter their homes, turning their lives into a daily struggle that threatens…

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