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Coronavirus Emergency

 

As COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly around the world, displaced families are at serious risk. 

 

This virus does not discriminate, and hits the vulnerable hardest. 

 

Displaced families despertaly need your help. Please donate today. 

 

HELP NOW

£40

could help fund two emergency hygiene packs to help reufgees stay clean and safe.


£78

could provide soap to 50 vulnerable families. 


£150

could provide essential medicine to 15 refugees 


£290

could provide basic and emergency healthcare services to 25 refugees. 

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Michelle Bachelet and Filippo Grandi reflect on why the world's response must encompass and focus on the people society often neglects. Otherwise, it will fail.

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COVID-19: How will my donation be affected by the lockdown?

Please read our FAQs if you have a question about your recent donation to UNHCR. Thank you for helping refugees in this challenging and difficult time. 

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Key takeaways from the Global Refugee Forum

Read about the pledges and commitments from the historic meeting that will boost opportunities for refugees and their hosts going forward.

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After eight years of conflict, many Syrian refugees are facing another winter far from home. As temperatures drop, find out how you can help refugee families prepare for the cold nights ahead.